Buycommonthings.com. It's hardly the catchiest of brand names and Olumide Olusanya knew it. Six months into running his online grocery business, the Nigerian entrepreneur was desperate to find a shorter, more memorable name -- but he'd run out of ideas.
China has smashed four child-trafficking rings and arrested more than a thousand people for using websites and instant messaging groups to trade babies, Chinese authorities said Friday.
Islamist militants have told Christians in a northern Syrian city that they will guarantee their safety. But there's a catch.
Men in military uniforms patrolled the main airport in Ukraine's Russian-majority Crimean region Friday, a move that Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov called part of an "armed invasion" by Russian forces.
'The Guardian' reports surveillance agencies from the UK and U.S. intercepted and stored Yahoo users' web cam images.
In new interviews, Raffaele Sollecito is telling the media he questions Amanda Knox's behavior the day after the murder.
Dozens of armed men seized the regional government administration building and parliament in Ukraine's southern Crimea region Thursday and raised the Russian flag.
The leader of the group tasked with removing chemical weapons from Syria met with Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem Thursday in Damascus to discuss the progress, the state-run SANA news agency said.
Accused of being a spy in the United States, Fernando Gonzalez can expect a hero's welcome when he returns to Cuba.
A car bomb exploded Thursday, killing at least nine people near Somalia's national intelligence headquarters in the capital Mogadishu, security spokesman Idris Aden said.
A soldier at an army camp in Indian-administered Kashmir killed five of his colleagues Thursday before turning his gun on himself, the military said.
Egypt's army claims it has invented a cure for AIDS and Hepatitis C, prompting an outcry from the medical community, which blasted the declaration as a "scientific scandal."
Washington Times' Guy Taylor reports on the Osama bin Laden informant the FBI had since 1993.
North Korea launched four short-range missiles into the East Sea, the South Korean Defense Ministry said Thursday.
Durable, shock resistant and, most of all, growing in a ready-to-use tubular form, it's a wonder bamboo hasn't always been used to make bicycle frames.
Accra, March 6 1957. Tens of thousands of rejoicing people flood the streets of the city center. Shouts of "freedom, freedom" fill the air as men, women and children sing and dance, celebrating the birth of a new state and the beginning of a new era: an independent Ghana.
Nazim Khan scans the vast fields before him, thick with sugarcane stalks that stand taller than his 6-foot-frame. Somewhere out there is a man-eating tiger on the prowl.
The container ship Maersk Alabama has seen a lot of drama.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Venezuelan Opposition lawmaker Maria Corina Machado.