21 Killed In Gang War Near Mexico Border Shootout

At least 21 people were killed on Thursday in a shootout near the US-Mexican border between rival groups linked with organized crime, confirmed the Mexican police officials. As many as two criminal gangs, involved in drug and human trafficking, took on each

Protests Take A Violent Turn at G20 Summit Toronto

Hundreds of black-clad demonstrators protesting the G-20 economic summit in Toronto, Canada turned violent today as they torched police vehicles and smashed windows. More than 150 people were arrested by the police, which used shields, clubs, tear gas and pepper spray to

NBA Draft 2010 Highlights

NBA Commissioner David Stern performed the duty of introducing the first-round draft picks in Thursday night’s NBA draft. The draft was kind of a warm up for the much awaited start to free agency where superstars like LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Amare

Red Cross Calls Gaza Blockade Illegal

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) today, asked Israel to lift its blockade of the Gaza Strip calling it a violation of the Geneva Conventions. The ICRC released a statement calling the blockade “collective punishment”, a crime under international law.

Florida Panhandle Fights 2 Huge Oil Plumes

While British Petroleum (BP) engineers step up their efforts to plug a gushing oil well in the Gulf of Mexico, skimmers at western Florida Panhandle are bracing up to collect two oil plumes from the Deepwater Horizon spill before it strikes the


Kristen Stewart Has Marriage Plans

Here’s another shocker from The Twilight Saga actress, Kristen Stewart: She wants to get married! Kristen who is dating her co-star Robert Pattinson made it to the headlines as the couple kissed on stage at the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles.

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