Two U.K. government officials say a brutal attack that left one man dead near a London military barracks appears to have been motivated by radical Islam.
The 38-year-old Beckham recently won a league title in a fourth country with Paris Saint-Germain.
Russian state television has aired footage provided by Russia's security services claiming that another alleged American spy was expelled earlier this year.
The top Democrat on a House panel says the authors of the independent investigation into the deadly assault in Benghazi, Libya, should testify at a hearing, not in a private deposition.
Nearly three weeks after a Bangladesh garment-factory building collapsed, the search for the dead is over at the site of the worst accident in the industry's history. The death toll: 1,127.
The death toll from the building collapse in Bangladesh is approaching 1,000, as more bodies are pulled from the rubble Thursday.
President Barack Obama says the days when North Korea could use provocations to create a crisis and elicit concessions from the international community are over.
The paragraph read out loud by Rep. Doug Lamborn, R-Colo., at a House hearing last week was "miscategorized as unclassified."
A new Pentagon report says North Korea probably has nuclear weapons that can be launched by ballistic missile, although it says the weapons are not very reliable.
Global leaders expressed praise and admiration Monday for former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as news spread of her death.
Authorities slaughtered more than 20,000 poultry at a Shanghai market where the virus was detected in pigeons being sold for meat.
A strain of bird flu not known to infect humans until recently has caused a fourth death in China, with 11 people now confirmed as having contracted the virus.
North Korea is threatening to attack U.S. fighter jets in retaliation to sanctions from the U.S. and U.N.
State media say Kim "convened an urgent operation meeting" of senior generals just after midnight and signed a rocket preparation plan.
Russia's Foreign Ministry says Syrian rebels have used chemical weapons, killing 16 people and injuring 100 others.
White smoke signals Catholic church has chosen a new pope.
Cardinals have failed to elect a pope on their first try.
The outlook on North Korea comes as the communist regime announced that it was "completely scrapping" the 1953 armistice that ended the Korean War and has maintained peace on the peninsula for more than half a century.
The United Nations says about 20 peacekeepers in the force charged with monitoring the cease-fire between Israel and Syrian troops on the Golan Heights have been detained by approximately 30 armed fighters.
The American cardinals in Rome for the conclave to elect the next pope have canceled their popular daily press briefings.
Venezuelan Vice President Nicolas Maduro says President Hugo Chavez has died.
The helicopter taking Pope Benedict XVI to Castel Gandolfo is waiting on the pad at the Vatican.
He will be freed from custody pending his trial in the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
June Steenkamp was quoted by the Times newspaper in South Africa in a front page interview Monday asking: "Why my little girl? ... Why did he do this?"
The fall caused explosions that broke glass over a wide area.
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