1. Six die in Alaskan plane crash
  2. Men pose as police on Australian freeway, commit assault and robbery
  3. Jailed Swedish journalists tried as terrorists
  4. Chicago approves new handgun regulations
  5. Barroso names new European Union Commissioners
  6. Over half of Romanian terminal grade students fail baccalaureate exam
  7. Church of Scientology warns Wikileaks over documents
  8. US Senate confirms Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan
  9. Australian Budget for 2006-2007 released
  10. Girls sweep Siemens science competition for US high schools
  11. Microsoft announces prices for new Xbox 360
  12. Kyrgyzstan votes on referendum for new constitution
  13. 2006 U.S. Congressional Elections
  14. Rebels say 626 Ethiopian troops killed in clashes
  15. Warming oceans make it harder for fish to breathe
  16. Australian States to launch high court battle against IR reforms
  17. Colleges offering admission to displaced New Orleans students/AL-KY
  18. FBI interviews Hillary Clinton over emails
  19. Football: Chelsea beat Wigan to win fourth Premier League title
  20. Audit commision ethics report on Liverpool City Council questions Mike Storey appointment
  21. Sir Edward Heath, former British PM, dies at 89
  22. US Army chief of staff: more troops needed in Afghanistan
  23. Iraq approves execution of 'Chemical Ali'
  24. Indian Supreme Court issues notice to government over quota issue
  25. HIV vaccine trial ready to roll in Thailand
  26. TVNZ allowed to show Rainbow Warrior court footage
  27. Florida judge awards Zimmerman $150,000 bond in Trayvon Martin shooting
  28. Protesters rally in Beirut
  29. European Union calls for release of British crewmen in Iran
  30. New Zealand political party destroys leaked emails
  31. Bear in Tennessee kills six-year-old girl
  32. 45 feared dead in Pakistan air crash
  33. Murdoch's News Corp. Ends Automated Censorship of MySpace
  34. Microsoft Taiwan will bring on high-definition AV-media Market in Taiwan after Xbox360 will support HDMI interface
  35. Rotorua, New Zealand bans criminals from CBD
  36. New Zealand policewoman found moonlighting as prostitute
  37. Recent American E. coli outbreak linked to cattle
  38. EU warns France about auto rescue plan
  39. State of emergency in Sri Lanka remains despite calm returning after violence
  40. Obama's choice for Treasury issues warning on China
  41. State schools chief to appeal California High School Exit Exam ban to state high court
  42. 4-year-old boy killed by dog in Liverpool, England
  43. Tropical Storm Olga causes many deaths in Caribbean
  44. US, UK investigators seek 777 engine redesign to stop repeat of London jet crash
  45. Afghan Taleban attacks NATO base; several dead
  46. Spanish Socialist Workers' Party proposes human rights bill for great apes
  47. Benedict XVI meets Dalai-Lama
  48. Tennis player Rafael Nadal crowned "King of Clay"
  49. Reports say body of missing US soldier found in Iraq
  50. British tourists missing in Pichilemu, Chile
  51. Annoying someone online becomes federal crime
  52. Typhoon Parma spares Philippines capital
  53. X performs at the TLA in Philadelphia
  54. Pakistani Official claims 'foreign terrorists' among civilians killed in U.S. airstrike
  55. Crusaders to meet Hurricanes in Super 14 final
  56. Political scandal in Italy: reported interference on major media
  57. Francesc Solé wins Andorra Ultra Trail again
  58. Pakistan test fires nuclear-capable missile
  59. Russian court rejects move to ban Hindu scripture
  60. Domestic economic impacts likely after Japanese earthquake
  61. MySpace removes 90,000 sex offenders
  62. Taliban bombing in Kabul supermarket leaves eight dead
  63. Sydney's 'Angel of The Gap' dies after decades rescuing the suicidal
  64. Brazil defeat Japan 4-1 in Group F
  65. Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Family Coalition Party candidate Kristen Monster, Willowdale
  66. Australian Football League to hold match in China
  67. YouTube user gets instant fame for video defending Britney Spears
  68. Concert for peace held on Colombian-Venezuelan border
  69. Space shuttle Atlantis set for launch with Columbus module
  70. Alleged Bush-Blair Al-Jazeera bombing transcript leaked
  71. USA qualify for 2007 Rugby World Cup in France
  72. Car bomb kills seventeen in Pakistan
  73. International media mogul Conrad Black convicted of fraud
  74. Brazil receives Cuban Foreign Minister
  75. Liberia's World Cup woes averted
  76. Swedish Wikipedia reaches 100,000 articles
  77. Flooding Danube threatens thousands
  78. Syrian-born youth killed while building bomb in Norway
  79. British Prime Minister David Cameron makes unannounced visit to Libya
  80. Mauritania cuts ties with Israel, expels Israeli diplomats
  81. English Football: Manchester United News for August 6, 2008
  82. Legislative Assembly election results declared in 5 Indian States
  83. Ethiopian fighter jets attack Somalian towns
  84. Beckett to break ranks again?
  85. 20 dead in Hyderabad, India flyover collapse
  86. Arrests over phone-tap of British royal family
  87. Burma introduces military draft
  88. British soldier dies in Afghanistan, UK death toll rises to 222
  89. United States: At least fifteen dead in Southern California after rain causes mudslides and floods
  90. Jury convicts former aide to Dick Cheney in Plame case
  91. Forty Hells Angels locations in Canada raided by police
  92. Professor sought after three die in Georgia shooting
  93. India announces Lok Sabha elections for 2009
  94. F.C. Barcelona wins Copa del Rey 2014-2015
  95. Norman Kember returns home safely
  96. UK family wins asbestos payout in death of railway worker
  97. ALP appoints SLW Group for 2007 election campaign
  98. US Air Force tests Minuteman III missile
  99. Italian football: Roma and Lazio accused of fixing game
  100. University defeat Toads in 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union round two
  101. Music duo The Bellamy Brothers accuse Britney Spears of plagiarism
  102. International Committee of the Red Cross condemns Gaza blockade
  103. ADP says US economy lost 742,000 jobs in March
  104. Ben Folds performs at Western Connecticut State University
  105. Iran continues to lash out at film industry
  106. Austrian students protest new government's student fees plan
  107. U.S. develops parks above highways
  108. Sydney welcomes home the Australian Olympic Team
  109. Australia, Japan, Korea Republic, Netherlands all qualify for 2010 FIFA World Cup
  110. Roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan kills at least eleven
  111. Guyanese shadow finance minister Winston Murray dies aged 69
  112. One officer killed, three wounded in Miami-Dade County shooting
  113. Mass grave with 51 bodies from the Nazi era found in Germany
  114. Fernando Alonso wins 2008 Japanese Grand Prix
  115. Chilean earthquakes in the O'Higgins Region: photoessay
  116. British Gas to increase electricity, gas prices
  117. Sydney bus driver accused of kidnapping schoolchildren
  118. Ayman al-Zawahiri releases new tape
  119. Power crisis in Moscow and central Russia largest ever recorded
  120. White House urges patience on Iran
  121. Kimi Räikkönen wins 2007 Brazilian Grand Prix and the 2007 Championship
  122. Stage collapse at Canadian "Big Valley Jamboree" kills one, and seriously injures four others
  123. Yasser Arafat may have had HIV
  124. Joey Logano wins his first NASCAR Sprint Cup race of 2016
  125. Irish Senator Kieran Phelan dies at age 60
  126. Ferry capsizes in Bangladesh, at least five dead and 50 missing
  127. Muslim youth to guard Christian churches in Indonesia
  128. Rescue efforts underway after China earthquake
  129. Melbourne Victory held to draw by Perth Glory
  130. Defamed man to sue website over cheat 'slur'
  131. Further demolition of Hare Krishna homes in Kazakhstan seems imminent
  132. Security Measures Increasing In Iraq
  133. Islamic vigilantes acquitted of murder by Iran supreme court
  134. Two arrests made in Zotob worm attack
  135. Poison sue Capitol Records and EMI Music Marketing over royalties
  136. Markets rally as world's central banks infuse cash
  137. PM reshuffles Cabinet, Pranab Mukherjee is new Indian Foreign minister
  138. World conference of expatriate Greeks to take place in Athens
  139. Six dead following flash flooding in Palestine, Texas
  140. Canadian MP Belinda Stronach has first interview since affair with Tie Domi
  141. UK inflation rate increases to 4%
  142. Red Cross asks for more volunteers
  143. Bosnian football fan's suspected killer escapes police custody
  144. Convicted sex offenders in US targeted for on-line identity registration
  145. Team formed to investigate suspicious Pakistan PNSC office fire
  146. Melbourne Victory clinch A-League premiership
  147. Israeli Defense Force admits to targeting media center in Gaza City airstrike
  148. Chubu International Airport opens
  149. Christian church leader kidnapped in Pakistan
  150. Former US President Jimmy Carter meets with Hamas Leader
  151. Report finds LOT Airlines plane was lost over London due to pilot error
  152. RadioShack CEO resigns
  153. Quaker website editor launches music podcast programme
  154. Poison control centers educate public on hand sanitizer consumption
  155. Hewlett-Packard to expand partnership with SAP
  156. G20 Summit plans to inject US$5tn into economy before 2011
  157. United Nations passes Declaration on human cloning
  158. Two New Zealand children die in fire
  159. Inter lead race to snap-up Figo
  160. US Defense Secretary announces cuts in Pentagon programs
  161. Australian TV networks reprimanded for breaching code of practice
  162. 33 killed by firecracker blaze in India
  163. Teacher confesses to having sex with student
  164. CanadaVOTES: CHP candidate Stefan Jetchick in Louis-Hébert
  165. Washington state lawmaker looks to outlaw handheld cell phones while driving
  166. Teenager sentenced to four years for manslaughter
  167. Wikinews interviews specialists on Russian intervention in Ukraine
  168. Climber dies on Mount Cook
  169. Security tightened at Singapore courts after two attempts to escape
  170. Wikinews Shorts: August 3, 2008
  171. Chess grand master Kasparov arrested after protest
  172. Liberal MP resigns as deputy foreign affairs critic
  173. Chaudhry's son marries Tui Lau descendant in Fiji
  174. Evo Morales hoaxed by a Spanish Church-owned radio station
  175. Man cleared of Belfast bomb attempt on retrial after eleven years
  176. New photos of Abu Ghraib prison abuse
  177. Homes destroyed and feared loss of life in New South Wales bush fires
  178. Real IRA claims responsibility for gun attack
  179. Massive earthquake strikes Indonesia on September 12
  180. Airplane crashes into ocean in Micronesia
  181. Southern Sudan's defence minister among those killed in major plane crash
  182. Michael Moore's controversial new documentary 'Sicko' opens strongly
  183. Ceasefire signed in Georgian-Russian conflict
  184. Maldives to become the world's first carbon-neutral country
  185. Asteroid to fly by Earth
  186. Somalia food hijackers make new demands
  187. United Kingdom expels four Russian diplomats
  188. Transrapid collision in Germany kills 23
  189. Military storehouse explodes near Sofia
  190. Pakistani President met with protest on fifth day of UK tour
  191. Scientists create micro-battery using 3D printing
  192. 6.7 magnitude quake shakes Hawaii
  193. Wal-mart way to be revised
  194. Rwandan genocide investigations to be completed by end of July
  195. Ramadan begins today in India
  196. Vancouver will run out of office space in 5 years
  197. New Zealand's anti-spam bill now law
  198. China plans anti-secession law for Taiwan
  199. Large study provides new insights in autism's genetic code
  200. Former Governor-General of New Zealand Paul Reeves dies aged 78
  201. Greek parliament votes in favor of new Papandreou cabinet as debt crisis deepens
  202. Rainy weather in Hawaii enters sixth week
  203. Arizona helicopter collision kills six
  204. Anonymous people reveal animal cruelty at Australian Inghams poultry producer factory using CCTV footage
  205. Jeremy Corbyn wins UK labour leadership election
  206. Chinese fishing boat hijacked off coast of Cameroon
  207. Slovenian alpinist in rescue on Nanga Parbat
  208. Coup leader finds little proof of Thaksin's alleged corruption
  209. 2008 Taiwan Excellence Gold and Silver Awards announced
  210. British soldier killed in Afghanistan
  211. Albanian group claims responsibility for Macedonia clashes
  212. New York fugitive Ralph Bucky Phillips caught
  213. Princeton library joins Google project to digitise books
  214. Son charged with eye-gouging attack on mother dies
  215. 2012 Paralympic Village occupied by competitors as nations ready for the Games
  216. UK freedom of information acts come into effect
  217. Uruguay ex-ruler Gregorio Alvarez dies at age 91
  218. Zimbabwe church leader calls for uprising against Mugabe
  219. Gambia confirms exit from Glasgow-hosted Commonwealth Games
  220. UK court jails man for trolling online tribute pages
  221. Two children die after contracting H1N1 virus in Northern Ireland
  222. GAA: Westmeath beat Donegal by narrowest of margins
  223. US VX nerve gas disposal test a success
  224. Ontario, Canada byelections announced
  225. McCain ad questions Obama's benefit to families
  226. Cuban tobacco grower Alejandro Robaina dies at age 91
  227. United Nations: More people with access to cell phones than toilets in India
  228. New Zealand to get new postal codes
  229. Russian spacecraft Phobos-Grunt falls in Pacific Ocean
  230. FIFA World Cup 2018 semifinals: Umtiti scores only goal, France reaches finals beating Belgium
  231. United States Supreme Court Justice O'Connor to retire
  232. Toads cause traffic jam on British Columbia highway
  233. American singer and actor Al Martino dies at age 82
  234. Hundreds feared dead after Indian ferry boat capsizes
  235. Gene mutation produces autism-like traits in mice
  236. Eleven Quebec locations to be renamed to remove racial slur
  237. Qantas ordered to check oxygen cylinders
  238. Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces UK budget 2021
  239. Microsoft extends warranty on Xbox 360 following an "unacceptable number of repairs"
  240. N.Y. orchestra helps forge relations with North Korea
  241. Iranian newspaper website attacked
  242. Taco Bell mascot Gidget dies from stroke at 15
  243. Rugby player Bryan Habana tackled by fan
  244. 76 dead in plane crash near Medellín, Colombia
  245. Mujahedeen Army issues threat of attack on Vatican City
  246. Final match of the Chappell-Hadlee trophy washed out in Brisbane
  247. Tanker crash kills two in Brevard County, Florida
  248. Train accident in Spain kills at least twelve
  249. Syria's National Museum re-opens after six years of civil war
  250. Bayern Munich's technical director Michael Reschke leaves the club, becomes sporting director of VfB Stuttgart
  251. 'Imagine a world without free knowledge', in Russia
  252. May Day protests occur throughout Switzerland
  253. Arsenal signs Mönchengladbach captain Granit Xhaka
  254. Greece, Greeks celebrate Independence day
  255. 2007 FIFA U17 World Cup: Germany eliminates Americans; sets up England quarter final
  256. UK MPs vote not to lower abortion limit
  257. Witness convicted of perjury in Best Bakery trial sentenced to one year
  258. Space shuttle Discovery back in Florida
  259. Subway sandwich empire co-founder Fred DeLuca dies
  260. Seven die from H1N1 swine flu virus; total virus victims in Wales rises to 21
  261. Two killed in Istanbul explosion
  262. Blender Foundation launches open movie, open game projects
  263. Cyclist crosses Canada in 30 days for orphans
  264. Bart Simpson used to promote Scientology
  265. Britain's Royal Windsor Castle to get hydro-electric power plant
  266. Central Michigan quarterback sets passing record, becomes finalist for award
  267. British man dies five days after wife in honeymoon shooting
  268. Rapper Snoop Dogg arrested on cannabis charges
  269. Six killed in UK car crash
  270. Report: 50,000 American casualties in Iraq
  271. Thirtieth anniversary of Australia's constitutional crisis
  272. Figo will not transfer to Liverpool
  273. Two Wikimedia employees announce resignations
  274. Anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's spaceflight marks fifty years of human space travel
  275. Conference discusses the credibility of blogs
  276. John Roberts sworn in as Chief Justice of the United States
  277. US and Vietnam begin talks to decontaminate areas affected by Agent Orange
  278. Gerald Ford oldest living US President ever
  279. Wikinews Shorts: April 17, 2008
  280. British retailer Littlewoods plans to axe 3,200 jobs
  281. Malaysian general election 2008 update
  282. Creativity celebrated at Fan Expo Canada 2018 in Toronto
  283. Past Eurovision contestants give advice to this year's performers, speculate on who will win
  284. The White Stripes to tour 'Great White North'
  285. Consumer database of several major North American stores hacked
  286. Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to attend Modi inauguration
  287. New Zealand dollar hits new high versus the United States dollar
  288. Violence continues in Baghdad, suspected al-Quaeda leader arrested
  289. Typhoon Mirinae heads towards the Philippines
  290. 8th case of mad cow disease found in Canada
  291. Illinois House lessens penalty for sexting
  292. Canada's Beaches—East York (Ward 32) city council candidates speak
  293. Baltimore Ravens' Deion Sanders announces retirement
  294. Iran's Ayatollah Jannati re-affirms anti-US stance
  295. Oakland, California record release party catches fire
  296. Vestas delays closure of Newport plant
  297. WHO: 36 million cured of tuberculosis in last fifteen years
  298. Queensland's biggest oil spill in 35 years
  299. Overclocking experts gather in the Intel Overclocking Live Test in Taiwan
  300. Transgender woman hired as city manager for Lake Worth, Florida
  301. Football: Chelsea confirm Joe Cole and Michael Ballack departure
  302. Japanese motorcylist Shoya Tomizawa dies aged 19 after crash in San Marino
  303. Seven players added to lineup for United charity match
  304. Gallup poll: Islamophobia prevalent in United States
  305. Discovery lands at Kennedy Space Center
  306. Science museum hosts first-ever 'Maker Faire' for city of Tyler, Texas
  307. FIFA World Cup 2018 day four: Mexico beats Germany; Serbia leads Group E, Brazil shares the spoils with Swiss
  308. Main Page
  309. English football: Chelsea announces Maurizio Sarri as their head coach
  310. Sharon considered temporary Israeli coup in 1967
  311. New South Wales to introduce 'parenting contracts'
  312. BBC Reporter Alan Johnston is released in Gaza
  313. 8 Afghans killed in early morning raid
  314. Twin babies in NZ foster home die of head injuries
  315. Australian PM announces $1.8 billion mental health plan
  316. Oklahoma State men's golf wins 10th NCAA title
  317. U.S. Navy officially retires F-14
  318. Australia Rollers victorious against Great Britain men's national wheelchair basketball team
  319. Apple unveils new Intel-based Mac
  320. Business jet crashes in California killing four
  321. New human HIV strain discovered in France
  322. Two rockets hit southern Beirut
  323. Early Canadian federal election set for October 14
  324. Fourteen dead as passenger helicopter crashes off Estonia
  325. Rallies in Greece as Universities' strike continues
  326. Magnitude 7.5 earthquake strikes Aceh
  327. Wikinews interviews Don Blankenship, U.S. Constitution Party presidential nominee
  328. American Samoa received eight minutes warning before 2009 tsunami
  329. The Green Party of Canada to elect new leader
  330. US says Zimbabwe government has “a long way to go” before sanctions are lifted
  331. UK soldiers kill rare African animal
  332. Thousands march in London calling for David Cameron's resignation over tax affairs
  333. UK electoral commission asked to investigate News International payoffs
  334. At least four killed by bomb thrown from motorcycle in Cairo
  335. Hawaii governor Lingle lobbies GOP for Akaka Bill passage
  336. Interior Ministry, Fatah offices in Gaza hit by Israeli airstrikes
  337. Memorial service held for Sir Bobby Robson in Durham Cathedral, England
  338. BJP's Narendra Modi elected new prime minister of India
  339. 20 tons of cocaine seized by US Coast Guard
  340. Neville Chamberlain's War Diaries go on display
  341. Presidential candidate of Haiti, Dany Toussaint, arrested by United Nations troops
  342. Ousted president Manuel Zelaya heads back to Honduras
  343. Mary Harney resigns as leader of the Progressive Democrats
  344. Avalanche buries cars in Colorado
  345. Tanimbar Islands of Indonesia hit by earthquake
  346. Altered HIV a potential cancer treatment?
  347. Iraqi provincial elections relatively peaceful
  348. US Republicans elect first African-American chairman
  349. John Reed on Orwell, God, self-destruction and the future of writing
  350. New Zealand man sentenced to life in prison for murder
  351. Global premiere of Lordi horror movie Dark Floors next month in Oulu, Finland
  352. Coal miners trapped in West Virginia mine
  353. King George Tupou V of Tonga dies in Hong Kong hospital
  354. 'Incident' at East London tube station
  355. White House considering auto rescue plan
  356. U.S. Producer Price Index shows inflation at bay
  357. Immigration raid at Ohio poultry plant
  358. U.S. Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann narrowly edges Ron Paul in Ames Straw Poll
  359. Stephen Lawrence police corruption allegations lead to calls for investigation
  360. Microsoft announces web version of Office
  361. Manuel Zelaya sworn in as President of Honduras
  362. Supreme Court of India begins hearing against triple talaq
  363. Associated Press will charge for online content in 2006
  364. Volvo announces all new car models electric or hybrid from 2019
  365. Indonesian anti-corruption chief convicted of murder
  366. TEST PAGE:Self-publish yesterday
  367. Oxford to use online voting for Professor of Poetry election
  368. British Airways and Iberia agree to merge
  369. Son of actress and model Anna Nicole Smith dead
  370. Fanime convention winds down in San Jose, California
  371. Australia celebrates Australia Day 2009
  372. CFPB records fewer complaints in early days of US government shutdown
  373. Karachi, Pakistan shut down by strike
  374. Main Page/PrintEd
  375. BC man is selling the boat from old TV series Gilligan's Island
  376. Plane crashes in Khartoum
  377. UK sex offenders to be banned from some websites
  378. Danish clothing company sells T-shirts to support FARC and PFLP
  379. Afghans go to the polls
  380. Russian embassy attacked by Molotov cocktails in Minsk
  381. Tony Blair speaks in Canada
  382. New video released shows BBC journalist Alan Johnston wearing 'explosive belt'
  383. Time magazine refutes US President Donald Trump's Twitter claim he was nominated Time 'Person of the Year'
  384. Homage to Chilean politician Jaime Guzmán nineteen years after his death
  385. Controversial blog relaunched in New Zealand
  386. Judge to decide on Nigerian election re-run
  387. Injured NASA astronaut replaced on crew of upcoming mission
  388. Eden Park to be upgraded for New Zealand's Rugby World Cup
  389. Bull fighting banned in Catalonia
  390. Twenty-seven die as bus falls into gorge in Kashmir
  391. Zimbabwe minister warns media
  392. Thai police to wear 'Hello Kitty' armbands as punishment
  393. Polish exercise book advertisement copies Wikipedia content, violates copyright
  394. NFL: Marshall Faulk expected to retire
  395. IndyMac Bank placed into conservatorship by US Government
  396. Wikinews Shorts: February 6, 2009
  397. UN probing allegations US is 'torturing' soldier over leaks
  398. Chinese human rights activist faces trial
  399. Expedition 27 crew successfully returns to Earth
  400. American actor Robert Culp dies at 79
  401. Charles Lazarus, founder of US-based toy retail giant Toys 'R' Us, dies at 94
  402. Five-year-old girl dies after car crashes into river in Worcestershire, England
  403. Seeds placed in Norwegian vault as agricultural 'insurance policy'
  404. Courts uphold firing of Pennsylvania cop who lost sense of smell
  405. Australian Treasurer hands down budget, announces two years of deficits
  406. Sarkozy ends French job ban for Eastern Europeans
  407. North Korea seeks diplomatic relations with the US
  408. Cindy Klassen named Canada's female athlete of the year
  409. Interview: cracked iPhone working in New Zealand
  410. North Korean Research Institute for Nutrition Care of Children director slams UN's report on child malnutrition due to COVID-19
  411. Chinese market fire kills seventeen, child detained
  412. US soccer: Sounders 2 maintain win streak with 2-1 victory over Timbers 2
  413. Kansas Professor assaulted by angry intelligent design supporters
  414. Abbott calls for independent boards to govern Australian hospitals
  415. Libyan court upholds death sentence for foreign medics in HIV case
  416. Major fire in Montreal, Canada, destroys several businesses
  417. Eleven killed in train crash in northern Victoria, Australia
  418. Intel ends partnership with One Laptop Per Child program
  419. Mecca stampede kills hundreds
  420. Danish and Austrian embassies in Tehran attacked
  421. New Zealand riot police use batons to disperse unruly pub-crawl
  422. Gordon Brown calls for national day to celebrate 'Britishness'
  423. Execution deadline for kidnapped journalists expires
  424. Microsoft Office dropped by Massachusetts, USA
  425. 'Scooter' Libby jail sentence commuted by US President George Bush
  426. Storms hit UK, five dead
  427. Pirates attack UN ships in the Malacca Strait
  428. Indonesia warns Australia over West Papuan asylum seekers
  429. Sinkhole reported in Buffalo, New York
  430. Woman aged 66 gives birth
  431. Oldest ex-Major League Baseball player, Billy Werber dies at age 100
  432. Excellent crafts from indigenous peoples showcased in Taipei, Taiwan
  433. Australia commits more troops to Afghanistan
  434. Wikinews Shorts: February 12, 2007
  435. 2007 Rugby World Cup: South Africa, Australia and New Zealand qualify
  436. Brazilian soccer team defeats New Zealand All-Whites
  437. Partially collapsed building in Buffalo, New York likely to be demolished
  438. Suspect in Oklahoma girl's murder blogged about depression, "dangerously weird" fantasies
  439. Canada's Parkdale—High Park (Ward 13) city council candidates speak
  440. Records, competitiveness and creations centre-stage at 2007 Soochow International 24H Ultra-Marathon
  441. District of Columbia Public Schools chancellor Michelle Rhee announces resignation
  442. 23rd Southeast Asian Games officially begins November 27
  443. Woman appointed as Bucharest prefect
  444. Iraqi, American forces raid insurgent training camp, killing 85
  445. New Zealand Labour party sells pledge card
  446. Palestinian security forces clash with militants, Palestinian Interrior Minister Nasser Yousef declares state of emergency
  447. Borussia Dortmund's team bus hit with explosives before Champions League match, Marc Bartra injured
  448. Wikinews Shorts: October 18, 2009
  449. Russian Soyuz space capsule lands safely with crew
  450. Strongest earthquake in 40 years hits Southeast Asia
  451. Billionaire philanthropist Leonore Annenberg dies at 91
  452. Syrian minister rejects proposed U.N. resolution
  453. Harvard lawyer who advises IDF asked about "rules of engagement" in 2004
  454. Georgia mother loses child custody over humorous religion
  455. Cricket: Australia defeats New Zealand in series opener
  456. Wikinews Shorts: December 10, 2008
  457. Bayern Munich signs Corentin Tolisso from Lyon
  458. Japan Airlines to file for bankruptcy
  459. Former Yugoslavian footballer Stjepan Bobek dies aged 86
  460. Australian PM announces public affairs channel
  461. Historic gym the site of Benet Academy, Illinois victory over Oswego
  462. New York City Subway N service to be restored to Coney Island May 29, via the Sea Beach Line
  463. US nationals arrested for alleged abduction of Haitian children
  464. New Mars Orbiter arrives for launch
  465. Tsvangirai released by Zimbabwean police
  466. Iran continues enrichment in defiance of UN according to IAEA report
  467. More than 100 die in riots in Ürümqi, China
  468. Egypt registers first domain name in Arabic
  469. 16-year-old arrested over alleged plot to hijack US airliner
  470. ABC comes under fire for alleged partisan slant in 9/11 miniseries
  471. New al-Qaeda video shows Osama bin Laden meeting with 9/11 hijackers
  472. American comedian Harvey Korman dead at age 81
  473. Large forest fire continues to burn into third day in southern Norway
  474. Israeli foreign minister reportedly boycotts Brazilian President's visit
  475. Meteorites in Morocco found to be from Mars
  476. Sudanese government signs major deal with opposition group
  477. Australian senator to oppose petrol deregulation
  478. 51 suspects named by UN for war crimes in Darfur
  479. U.S. House Republicans continue speaking after lights turn off
  480. Explosion injures at least 14 in Colorado
  481. Four arrested in three Naperville, Illinois prostitution stings
  482. Passenger airplane crashes in Siberia
  483. France and Germany resume growth, exit recession
  484. White House accepts judicial review of NSA eavesdropping
  485. Court date "as needed" for lawsuit against Buffalo, N.Y. hotel proposal
  486. Luxembourg votes Yes to the EU treaty
  487. Israelis, Pakistanis watch and wait as ties develop
  488. Romanian president warns of high-level corruption
  489. Halloween faces pumpkin shortage
  490. New York Governor Eliot Spitzer resigns
  491. Madagascar political rivals agree to unity government deal
  492. Russian flight returns to Athens after bomb threat
  493. Two injured in two car crash on Isle of Man
  494. Sun Microsystems cuts 6,000 jobs
  495. Homes of six Minnesota politicians vandalized
  496. US turns security for Karbala over to Iraqi forces
  497. UN report says 80 per cent of world's refugees live in poor countries
  498. Actress and writer Carrie Fisher dies at 60
  499. Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Family Coalition Party candidate Tad Brudzinski, Newmarket-Aurora
  500. Wikileaks claims news organisations pressured to remove articles on billionaire fraudster