News Analysis: Australian Gag Order Stokes Global Debate on Secrecy News Analysis: Australian Gag Order Stokes Global Debate on Secrecy

When a local judge placed a gag order on a high-profile criminal case, it muzzled journalists and publishers around the world from reporting on a subject of international interest.

today, 2:22
American tourist may have been killed by multiple people in Costa Rica, report says American tourist may have been killed by multiple people in Costa Rica, report says

There may be additional suspects in the murder of a Florida tourist in Costa Rica.

today, 3:03
Student turned high-end sex worker, 29, found ‘bludgeoned to death with pestle,’ court hears Student turned high-end sex worker, 29, found ‘bludgeoned to death with pestle,’ court hears

Christina Abbotts, a 29-year-old student turned high-class escort was discovered in bed in May bludgeoned to death with a pestle, a British court heard.

yesterday, 18:15
Church Leaders Accuse Princeton of Keeping Looted Manuscripts Church Leaders Accuse Princeton of Keeping Looted Manuscripts

In a lawsuit, officials of the Eastern Orthodox Church say the university has four manuscripts that were looted from a monastery in Greece in 1917.

yesterday, 21:11
Rajapaksa set to quit as Sri Lanka's premier to end crisis Rajapaksa set to quit as Sri Lanka's premier to end crisis

A Sri Lankan lawmaker said that disputed Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa will resign Saturday to end the country's political crisis.

today, 2:20
Rajapaksa set to quit as Sri Lanka's premier to end crisis Rajapaksa set to quit as Sri Lanka's premier to end crisis

A Sri Lankan lawmaker says disputed Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa will resign Saturday to end the country's political crisis

today, 2:20
Thai Islamic leaders tighten rules on child marriage

Islam's guiding council in Thailand has introduced new regulations requiring that marriages with children under age 17 be approved by a religious committee

yesterday, 15:21
EU leaders agree small steps to buttress euro currency EU leaders agree small steps to buttress euro currency

Leaders of the European Union have agreed to press ahead with a common eurozone budget to help the currency union weather future crises.

yesterday, 18:32
Nigeria suspends UNICEF work, alleges 'clandestine' activity

Nigeria's military suspends UNICEF work in troubled northeast, alleging 'clandestine' activity

yesterday, 18:24
WATCH: South Sudan marks 5 years of vicious civil war WATCH:  South Sudan marks 5 years of vicious civil war

More than 4 million people have been uprooted by the bloodletting, the majority of whom are children, according to UNICEF.

today, 0:02