Somali president calls for united front against Al-Shabaab
Washington (keydmedia) - The 5 p.m. news broadcast of a Charlotte, N.C., television station was cut short today when a woman with a gun entered the building and put the gun to her head.
The latest casualty of WikiLeaks fever is an iTunes app that promised "instant access" to the controversial site, feeding "new content and leaked documents regardless of coordinated attacks and server disruptions to the original Wikileaks website."
London (keydmedia) - Britain has said it had expelled a diplomat from Russia's embassy in London for espionage and that Russia had responded in kind.
Iraq's parliament has approved Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his new government, nine months after an inconclusive election left politics in limbo and delayed investments to rebuild the country after years of war.
Nairobi (keydmedia) - Scores were injured after a bus exploded in downtown Nairobi in Kenya on Monday evening. Emergency services were scrambled to the scene with unconfirmed reports indicating that 14 people had been initially injured after a loud explosion was heard at about 1700GMT.
Kuala Lumpur (keydmedia) - 28 people have died after a double-decker bus crashed in the Cameron Highlands region of Malaysia.
London (keydmedia) - Twelve men have been arrested in a major counter-terrorism operation in the UK.
South Korea has held live firing drills in a disputed area, despite threats of war from North Korea.
London (keydmedia) - The criticizers used to say that Facebook wasn’t making enough money because it never knew how to. Well guess what? Mark Zuckerberg’s company is now claiming that it made more than $2 Billion during 2010.
Five members of the Islamic Jihad and Popular Resistance Committees are killed in the strike.
Nairobi (keydmedia) - Al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab and Islamic Party insurgents plan merger to try to topple United Nations-backed government.
An oil pipeline exploded in central Mexico, creating a 'river of fire' and killing 23 people, a local official said.