Saudi Arabia's largest oil exporter worldwide, will use this year a record number of offshore platforms to increase production, in terms of a possible shortage of oil on the market because of Western sanctions against Iran.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn denied that he used the services of prostitutes, but recognizing that the vocabulary used "inappropriate" posts his telephone calling in the young as "material" reveals Le Monde Wednesday, citing French police documents.
U.S. intelligence missed the chance to spy on the Taliban for a year before the attacks of September 11, 2001, because of a war between the FBI and NSA, who fought on the leader of the operation.
The author attacks in southern France, Islamist Mohamed Merah, had links with Central Directorate of Internal Intelligence (DCRI), says former Director of the French Territorial Surveillance, Yves Bonnet, quoted by the online edition of newspaper La Depeche.
European Commission proposed Wednesday to create a center to help European countries to combat organized criminal activities on the Internet, prioritizing counter data theft and pedophilia. Cyber attacks aimed and social environments.
Baghdad Wednesday offered a unique view at hosting his first Arab summit in 1990, with an army on a war footing across the streets become football field, a mobile network with absent subscribers and urged people to remain in housing.
French National Consultative Commission for Human Rights (CNCDH) criticized on Wednesday the Government's policy towards the Roma, denouncing the "discrimination" faced by these people, write newspaper L'Express, the online edition.
"Bashar duck", ridiculed on the Internet after publication of the presidential couple posts of Syrian
Publication of alleged emails between Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his wife, Asma, as it is affectionately called "duck" they made delights of Internet users, posting dozens of militants cartoons and movies in which irony is the head of state .
Russian Stavropol Mayor, under preventive arrest for corruption, said through his lawyer that he was tortured in detention. Bestuji claims that agents threatened and that the decisions of his family, and the mayor agreed to sign such declaration of guilt.
Drought wreaks havoc in Spain: More than 500 firefighters trying to extinguish forest fires in the region of Cantabria
Over 500 firefighters supported by planes and helicopters battled Wednesday against 15 forest fires that broke out in northern Cantabria (north) due to exceptional drought, the regional government said.
At least 21 people were killed Wednesday in violence in Syria, most of the fighting between army and rebels in the country especially in the center, said the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (OSDO).
Pope Benedict XVI called Wednesday Cuban authorities to give full exercise of fundamental freedoms Cubans and condemned "restrictive economic measures" of the U.S. embargo on Cuba.
UN envoy for Syria and the Arab League, Kofi Annan, it will travel to Tehran next week, announced on Wednesday his spokesman, refuting such statements Iranian Foreign Minister.
At least 31 people were killed and another 100 were injured in armed clashes between the Libyan tribes, the city of Sebha, according to a doctor in the area located 750 kilometers south of Tripoli.
Benalel Mohamed Merah, Islamic father Mohamed Merah, was convicted of drug trafficking.