Belgian police arrested three more people on Friday as investigations into Tuesday's suicide bombings by Islamist militants in Brussels threw up more links to killings in Paris last year.
The federal prosecutor's office sa
FIFA President Sepp Blatter came out fighting on Saturday as he began his fifth term in charge of soccer's governing body, implying that the US timed the announcement of a major corruption probe to try to scupper his re-election bid.
Swiss police arrested some of the most powerful figures in global soccer on Wednesday, announcing a criminal investigation into the awarding of the next two World Cups and plunging the world's most popular sport into turmoil.
Egypt has seen state violence on an "unprecedented scale" since the army overthrew Islamist President Mohamed Mursi last July following mass protests again his rule, Amnesty International said in a report on Thursday.
Egyptian authorities rounded up more than 1,000 Islamists as the Muslim Brotherhood leadership defiantly called a week of nationwide protests starting on Saturday after a day of carnage.
After Friday's bloodshed in which more
Forty-four suspects, including two women, have been arrested for committing terrorist activities in Bahrain following intensive police investigations, the Interior Ministry said in a statement last night.
Investigations also led t
Egypt's cabinet has approved a draft law giving the army the right to arrest civilians and assist the police in providing security, a cabinet source told Reuters on Monday after the death toll in five days of anti-government protests rose to
Bahrain officials arrested four suspects yesterday in connection with Monday's serial blasts, which left two people dead and another seriously injured.
This came as His Majesty King Hamad called for the terrorists to be arrest
British police on Saturday arrested five senior staff at News Corporation's mass-circulation newspaper, The Sun, as part of investigations into journalists paying police for information.
The probe is part of a wider investigation into ill
Siemens, a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, operating in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors, said it had discovered evidence of corruption at its business in Kuwait and had involved authorities.