The death of MI6 codebreaker Gareth Williams -- whose naked body was found inside an externally locked bag in his bathtub in 2006 -- was a "perfect crime," a confined spaces expert says.
Russia has released the first of thirty Greenpeace activists that were charged with hooliganism in September.
A suicide car bombing killed at least 25 people and injured 40 others at an outdoor market in northeastern Iraq on Thursday, police said.
The United States and Afghanistan have reached a deal on the final language of a bilateral security pact, an agreement that will be discussed Thursday by Afghanistan's loya jirga of tribal elders.
French authorities were able to identify the suspect in a series of shootings in Paris thanks to a man who recognized him and approached police on Monday, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said Thursday.
Security guards in Tripoli stopped a Libyan lawmaker Wednesday after they found a hand grenade in her handbag, the city council said in a statement.
An unidentified person allegedly wearing explosives has been captured by security guards, after attempting to enter Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's offices in Ankara, the Anatolian News Agency reported.
Britain allowed the United States to access and store digital records of Britons not suspected of wrongdoing in a deal agreed in 2007, according to UK newspaper the Guardian and broadcaster Channel 4 News.
Over her long lifetime, Lily Montejo has seen the city of Tacloban shaken by war, earthquakes and powerful typhoons.
An 85-year-old American man on an organized tour of North Korea was pulled off a departing plane in Pyongyang just minutes before it was to depart, the man's son told CNN on Wednesday.