A Libyan girl wearing a traditional Libyan folk costume participates ...
Feb 22nd, 2012
(Reuters) - A Libyan girl wearing a traditional Libyan folk costume participates at a ceremony organised by Libya's Ministry of Culture to commemorate the revolution of February 17, in Benghazi February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Esam Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT) -
By Marie-Louise Gumuchian and Ghaith Shennib TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya's central government has long had only a tenuous grip on the eastern city of Benghazi, but the bombing of the French embassy in Tripoli shows its control of the capital may now also be under threat. The early morning car bomb devastated France's embassy, wounding two F... [Full Article]
ROME (AP) - In the very moments Italy's new coalition government was being sworn in, ending months of political paralysis in a country hoping to revive a bleak economy, a middle-aged unemployed bricklayer opened fire Sunday in the square outside the premier's office, seriously wounding two policemen, authorities said. (Source: Associated ... [Full Article]
By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Charles Ramsey, the Cleveland dishwasher who became an overnight sensation for his street-wise poise under the media spotlight after helping save three women from an alleged decade-long kidnapping ordeal, has won a shout-out from McDonald's and legions of fans on social media. Ramsey responded to cri... [Full Article]