The suspect in the bombing and mass shooting in Norway believed the terrorist attacks were \"horrible,\" but \"in his head (they) were necessary,\" a man who identified himself as the suspect\'s lawyer said Saturday.
A high-speed bullet train collision in eastern China\'s Zhejiang province Saturday left 33 people dead , state-run news agency Xinhua reported.
At least 15 were killed in shootouts over the past two days in Karachi, police said, the latest victims in a surge of deadly violence that has gripped Pakistan\'s largest city and commercial capital.
Three times, Adrian Pracon prepared to die on Utoya island, a Norwegian paradise turned to hell Friday. Friends he laughed with earlier in the day fell one by one in a gunman\'s hail of fire.
An Iranian nuclear physicist, Daryoush Rezaie, 35, was killed in an attack Saturday afternoon in front of his Tehran house by assailants on a motorcycle, Iranian media said.
Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg spoke at a news conference Saturday about the two-pronged attack on his country the previous day -- a shooting at a youth camp that killed at least 84, and a bomb targeting government buildings in the capital, Oslo, that killed seven. The following is a transcript of his speech:
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An operation by Afghan and coalition forces in Helmand province left 16 militants dead, according provincial governor Gullab Mangall.
When Kasper Ilaug learned that something terrible was happening at Utoya island, he knew what he had to do: He donned his brightly colored weather gear, started up his 18-foot fishing boat and went to help.
Norway came under deadly attack Friday with a massive bombing in the heart of its power center and a shooting at the ruling party\'s youth camp on an island outside the capital. Q&A: WHY NORWAY? | PHOTOS |
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