A sweep of a jail in the resort town of Acapulco, Mexico, turned up a number of surprising guests over the weekend, including 19 prostitutes, two peacocks and 100 fighting roosters, authorities said.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A woman who has publicly accused Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain of groping her several years ago says she has "nothing to gain" by coming forward.&..
A stampede at a religious festival in northern India killed at least 16 people Monday, officials said.
A new prime minister will be named Tuesday to replace George Papandreou, a Greek government spokesman said.
They distrust government and the justice system as well as Europe's political elite.
A man known as "Carlos the Jackal" will go to trial on Monday, accused of fatal bombings in France during the 1980s.
In a report to be released early this week, the International Atomic Energy Agency will make the most detailed charges to date that Iran's nuclear program is geared toward weapons development and military use, several Western diplomats briefed on the report told CNN.
Dr. Conrad Murray has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson. He faces up to four years in prison and will most likely lose his medical license.
Authorities have arrested a top lieutenant of the Arellano Felix cartel, the Mexican defense ministry announced Monday.
A U.N. peacekeeper died in an attack launched by "unidentified armed persons" in the south Darfur region of Sudan, the global body said Monday.
The effort to rescue hundreds of trekkers stranded for six days in a town near Nepal's iconic Mount Everest due to bad weather continued Monday.
Signaling South Korea may be attempting to cool tensions with its neighbor, Seoul has vowed to actively review sending humanitarian aid to North Korea through third channels.
Left-leaning Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega looked poised to win re-election late Sunday after leading the polls in a three-man race.
Authorities will have to await a necropsy to find out killed one of the equine world's top athletes, a stallion named Hickstead.
Guatemalans return to the polls Sunday in a runoff presidential election dominated by the issue of security.
Greek PM George Papandreou and the head of Greece\'s leading opposition party will meet Monday to discuss who will become the nation\'s next prime minister.
All 27 of the detained activists from two aid ships stopped by the Israeli military on their way to Gaza last week have been deported or are waiting for flights out of the country, Israel's foreign ministry said Sunday.
Following an outbreak of violence that left more than 100 people dead, the U.S. Mission in Nigeria issued a warning to Americans on Sunday, saying more attacks may be imminent in the northeastern part of the nation.
Millions of Muslims from around the world were in the holy city of Mecca on Saturday for the first day of Hajj, the annual pilgrimage that every able-bodied Muslim is expected to perform at least once in his or her life.
Smoke from a bonfire and fireworks show caused a fiery weekend crash on a highway in southwestern England that killed seven people, police said Sunday.