Archive for February, 2010
Chile's quake-ravaged city, Concepcion, declared an overnight curfew as reports of looting raised fears about security. Parts of the country are still without water or power.
Thousands of Canadians turned the streets of Vancouver into rivers of red on Sunday in jubilant celebration of the country's Olympic gold-medal win in men's ice hockey.
Chile's president-elect pledged Sunday night to rebuild his earthquake-ravaged nation, which he said will be a centerpiece of his administration.
With the Winter Games set to close Sunday night, you can almost hear the voices of Canadian officials saying, "We told you everything would work out."
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak called Saturday for new sanctions against Iran to curb its nuclear ambitions, encouraging the financial pressure to continue "until it becomes effective."
The British Embassy in Israel plans to interview the British nationals whose identities were stolen and passports used in a plot to kill a Hamas leader.
No one will question Paramount Pictures' decision to move "Shutter Island" out of last year's crowded fall corridor into Spring 2010 after it racked up a number one slot for the second weekend in a row.
The man believed to be the suicide bomber who killed seven CIA employees and contractors last year appears in a newly released video, claiming to have tricked Jordanian intelligence officers as a double agent.
A Pacific-wide tsunami warning triggered by the Chilean quake has been canceled. Earlier today, tsunami waves as high as 4 feet rippled across Japan's coast.