TRIPOLI - Members of Libya's mission to the United Nations have slammed Colonel Muammar el-Qaddafi and his regime for carrying out a "genocide" against the citizens of the country, and even went to the extent of calling for his resignation "as soon as possible."
WELLINGTON - A 6.3-magnitude earthquake has struck the city of Christchurch in New Zealand for the second time in less than six months, killing a number of people, while scores of others are still trapped in buildings.
LONDON - A feline's purr is usually a soothing, content sound - but not in the case of Smokey - the cat whose purr sounds as noisy as a Boeing 737.
LONDON - Former UK Home Secretary Jacqui Smith has admitted that her husband liked watching porn.
LONDON - An Indian head teacher has sued her primary school in Reading, Berkshire, after parents who had "deeply held racist attitudes" had made her life miserable.