Russia`s top military and space official launched a search Tuesday for a missing military satellite that apparently was put into the wrong orbit shortly after its launch. The Russian defence ministry confirmed that it had lost sight of the craft -- a dual-use vessel that can draw a ...
Context: Hamid Behbahani, Iran, Minister of Roads and Transportation, parliament, vote of no confidence
Recently claimed back
Polling in the General Election is to take place on Friday 25 February. The announcement was made following the dissolution of the Dáil this afternoon.
Ireland will vote on February 25 in the first general election in Europe dominated by the euro zone debt crisis and by demands to renegotiate an unpopular EU/IMF bailout.
Context: China, Dharamsala, India, Karmapa Lama, Ogyen Trinley Dorje, Tibetan Buddhist
US soldier accused of giving a dossier of secret documents to WikiLeaks is held in solitary confinement awaiting trial.
Context: International recognition of the State of Palestine, Palestinian, Suriname
Context: North Korea, South Korea, Yeonpyeong Island, attack
Context: Capital punishment in Iran, Iranian human rights, U.S., Zahra Bahrami, constitution
Shanghai Cooperation Organization
Context: Astana, Kazakhstan, Shanghai Cooperation Organization
Context: Indonesia, ferry
Context: Japan, Kyushu, Shinmoedake
Context: Governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker, US blizzard, Wisconsin, state of emergency
Context: Chicago, Midway International Airport, O'Hare Airport, US blizzard
A colossal winter storm stretching from New Mexico to Maine hit the agricultural heartland of the United States with snow and freezing rain on Tuesday, and experts said the worst was still to come as it moved northeast.
A “life-threatening” storm grounded one-fifth of all scheduled flights in the U.S. today as blizzard warnings were posted for nine states, Chicago faced a record-setting snowfall and ice and snow pelted the Northeast.
Context: Cyclone Yasi
Context: Australia, Cyclone Yasi, Queensland, north Queensland, tropical cyclone
Context: BP, London, share swap
Context: China, Sohu.com
Context: Buddhist, South Thailand insurgency, Thailand
King Abdullah II
Monarch asks ex-army general to form new government in the wake of streets protests over prices and reforms.
Context: Al Jazeera, Protesters
Context: Egypt, Google, Protesters, Twitter, internet, mobile phone
Context: Protesters, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkish Prime Minister
US President Barack Obama says an orderly transition of power "must begin now" in Egypt and lead to free and fair elections, after days of unrest.
Egyptians call on Israel to oppose Mubarak, say if support continues for leader, "we will start to hate Israel more and more."
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said on Tuesday he would not leave Egypt although he would step down from the presidency at the end of his term, due to end when the country holds a presidential election in September. "The Hosni Mubarak who speaks to you today is proud of his achievements over the years in serving Egypt and its people," he said in ...
Context: Egyptian National Railways, Government of Egypt, Protesters
More than a million rally in Cairo as massive countrywide protests are held against President Mubarak.
Context: Cairo, Hosni Mubarak, President, Protesters, Tahrir Square
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