Documents related to a lawsuit heard last week by a federal court in New York suggest that Iran and Hezbollah were involved in the 9/11 terror attacks, the London-based Arab daily Asharq al-Awsat reported Tuesday.
Armed Belgian police, with French support, were hunting one or more gunmen who wounded three officers during a raid on Tuesday in Brussels linked to the investigation of November’s Islamist attacks in Paris, officials said.
Fracking King Aubrey McClendon Hit 89 MPH Without Braking Before Fatal Crash, One Day After Being Indicted
Oklahoma oil tycoon Aubrey McClendon was driving close to 90 mph just seconds before the fiery crash that killed him a day after his indictment on bid-rigging charges, Oklahoma City police said Monday.
BERLIN — Police in Berlin say they suspect a bomb caused the explosion that killed a man who was driving through the German capital early Tuesday.
A Silicon Valley venture capitalist has been sued for $40 million by a woman who claims he used her as a virtual sex slave for 13 years.
Yoav Liberman says the solicitations can be relentless.
During May 2000, the IDF’s Military Intelligence branch obtained reports and photographs from observation points and aerial patrols which proved that senior Hezbollah officials were coming from their Beirut headquarters to tour south Lebanon.
President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial pullout of the Russian military from Syria Monday, voicing hope the move will contribute to the success of Syria peace talks.
For the first time in history, an Israeli rabbinical court has sentenced a man to prison because his son will not grant his wife a divorce.