1. Maiyo and Romanova triumph in Charleston's Cooper River Bridge Run
  2. 13 dead when roof crashes over ice-skating ring
  3. FDA warning on Honduran cantaloupes after salmonella outbreaks
  4. Airplane crashes into flats in South Africa
  5. Australia has mixed OECD rankings for literacy and numeracy amongst adults
  6. Connecticut ex-death row inmate Robert Courchesne dies
  7. Danish Elections have endorsed the current Centre-Right Coalition
  8. Bank of America declares 1.2 million account records "lost"
  9. Climate conference in Bali begins on Monday
  10. Mayawati denies calling Muslims fanatics
  11. Luis Enrique wins 2015 FIFA World Coach of the Year
  12. Shiites win dominating role in Iraq
  13. International arms dealer Viktor Bout arrested in Thailand
  14. Search for climbers on US mountain ends; two presumed dead
  15. BDSM as business: Interviews with Dominatrixes
  16. Online buyers conned by fake Olympics ticket web sites
  17. Ethics complaint by police dismissed by Ontario Press Council
  18. Cambridge, MA, landmark "Gas With a Smile" requests waiver in conversion to Hess Express
  19. Kidnapped Indian engineer killed by Taliban
  20. Egypt opens border crossing with Gaza
  21. Whale spotted in river Thames, Central London
  22. US Chief Justice candidate John Roberts' nomination goes to full Senate
  23. Four dead after explosion at police station in Peshawar, Pakistan
  24. On the campaign trail, October 2012
  25. Disney has high hopes for new 'Ferb' Christmas special
  26. Israeli PM Sharon rushed to hospital
  27. Conservative Party launches manifesto
  28. Worldwide student competition brings WTO debate battle to Geneva
  29. Employees killed in Foxconn manufacturing factory
  30. ISS crew bypass faulty switch to power-up computers
  31. Boy stops wearing Brett Favre jersey after four years
  32. Australian foreign minister tells inquiry it was the UN's job to investigate Iraq kickback claims
  33. Brazilian President party received money from FARC, say documents
  34. Bush inaugurated for second term
  35. US denies plans for attack on Iran amid report of hunt for evidence against Iran
  36. 900 oil refinery workers fired after strike at Lindsey
  37. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pledges support for Afghanistan
  38. Double bomb blasts kill at least twelve in northern Caucasus
  39. Digg 3.0 released
  40. Actor Vincent Schiavelli dies in Sicily at age 57
  41. Eurovision '82 winner Nicole talks about 'Ein bißchen Frieden', her success and the Contest today
  42. Seven prisoners die in mortar attack on Iraqi prison
  43. Jobs unveils new products after cloud of secrecy and lawsuits
  44. Government shuts off water to California farms in controversial effort to help threatened species
  45. Death toll from Chinese earthquake passes 2,000
  46. Bronisław Geremek, former Polish Foreign Affairs Minister, dies at age 76
  47. Ice Hockey: Claude Giroux scores overtime goal to lift Flyers to victory in Game 3 of the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals
  48. Italian political leader threatens forcible rebellion against government
  49. French director Jean Delannoy dies at age 100
  50. Vodafone buys Connex and Oskar
  51. Claims from British quake may run into "low tens of millions of pounds" - Insurance association reps
  52. Canada's Etobicoke Centre (Ward 4) city council candidates speak
  53. AFC Asian Cup: Saudi Arabia edge out Indonesia, Uzbekistan trounce Malaysia
  54. Judge orders residents and city to come to agreement on partially collapsed building in Buffalo, New York
  55. PSNI confirms Northern Bank notes are from Northern Bank Robbery
  56. Former Ukrainian PM Yulia Tymoshenko arrested on contempt of court charges
  57. Two NATO soldiers captured in Afghanistan
  58. A portrait of Scotland: Gallery reopens after £17.6 million renovation
  59. Local communities in the UK must "root out" extremism, says Ruth Kelly
  60. Italy seeks indictment of U.S. marine
  61. George Bush discusses Iraq 5 years after invasion
  62. European Union offers to train Somali troops as fighting breaks out
  63. Wrestler Kid Kash released by employer
  64. Actor Robert Blake acquitted
  65. Conductor Israel Yinon dies after collapsing on stage
  66. Burger King CEO insults British women during speech to students
  67. Nigeria votes in parliamentary elections
  68. IPCC claims about Himalayan glaciers were not based on science
  69. Hurricane Felix strengthens to Category 4
  70. Disney animator Ollie Johnston dies at 95
  71. Subtropical storm brews off eastern Florida, USA
  72. Edinburgh Fringe festival begins
  73. 43 dead in Iraqi bomb blast
  74. Gillibrand named as Clinton's Senate replacement
  75. Eritrea moves troops into UN buffer zone
  76. Human to human transmission of the H5N1 Avian Flu may have infected seven Indonesian family members
  77. UK court rules Pringles are potato-light
  78. Saddam Hussein formally charged with the killing of Shia Muslims
  79. United States and Poland sign missile-defence deal angering Russia
  80. 2009–10 UEFA Champions League: Round of 16 field set
  81. U.S. Supreme Court overturns Arthur Andersen conviction
  82. Gas leak kills six and injures 28 at Chinese fertiliser factory
  83. Heavy rains start in central and southern Chile while aftershock takes place
  84. Oracle to acquire Siebel for USD 5.85bn
  85. Wikileaks.org restored as injunction is lifted
  86. US peace activist to be deported from Australia
  87. Communal tension erupts in Vadodara, India
  88. Cuba sentences USAID worker to fifteen-year prison term
  89. UEFA Euro 2008: March 28th qualification game roundup
  90. Despite passage of bailout bill, two US states may need loans
  91. "Dr Dino" gets 10 years in prison after failure to pay taxes
  92. Murat Kurnaz describes systematic torture in Guantanamo
  93. Four dead, more than a million in U.S. without power after Pacific Northwest storm
  94. Australia announces levy bill to offset cost of Queensland floods
  95. California Supreme Court revives High School Exit Exam
  96. Israeli website reports speculation over U.S. attack on Iran in April
  97. African Union considers proposal to resettle Haitians
  98. NHL: Senators regain series lead over Penguins
  99. Six-Party talks to resume on North Korea's nuclear program
  100. Jesse Jackson apologizes for comment about Barack Obama
  101. San Jose replaces Detroit as 10th-largest U.S. city
  102. 17 troops killed in bombing on Afghanistan-Pakistan border; Separate bombing kills dozens of civilians
  103. Kyoto Protocol comes into effect
  104. Fire brings down two domes of historical Russian cathedral
  105. Malaysian court rules Christian woman can't remove Islam from ID
  106. EU to give 280 million euro in aid to dairy farmers
  107. US plan for broadband Internet released
  108. KSTAR tokamak test reactor sees first plasma
  109. NASA's Phoenix spacecraft lands safely on Mars
  110. Iraq peace talks draw to a close in Finland
  111. Wikinews interviews You-peng Wang of Taipei Electrical Commercial Association
  112. Former Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian detained
  113. Actor Justin Mentell dies in road accident at age 27
  114. Broadcasters push for new layer of intellectual monopoly at WIPO
  115. Police find owner of Wendy's chili finger
  116. George Bush delivers State of the Union address
  117. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks about Iranian presidential election protests at prayers
  118. Stores in Australia lower toilet paper limits per transaction
  119. News briefs:July 9, 2005
  120. "World Can't Wait" protesters rally outside the White House
  121. Pentagon announces end to ban on women in combat
  122. Controversial wind farm approved by US government
  123. British seaman appears in court, charged with murder after shooting on nuclear submarine
  124. Romanian artists auction off their works for tsunami victims
  125. NHL: Penguins rally, defeat Senators in shootout
  126. Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Progressive Conservative candidate Jim Chapman, London-Fanshawe
  127. Tail from Air France jet recovered from Atlantic Ocean
  128. Suicide bombers attack Istanbul's Ataturk airport
  129. 2000 houses still have no power in Canterbury, New Zealand
  130. British government apologises for suggesting the Pope could create a brand of "Benedict" condoms
  131. Greenpeace, Sea Shepherds end Southern Ocean whaling protest
  132. Truck crashes through downtown Toronto sink hole
  133. Formula 1 new team USF1 sponsored by YouTube co-founder
  134. Argentina and Netherlands play 0-0 stalemate in Group C
  135. Coalition forces: Eleven 'suspected terrorists' captured
  136. Apple cancels NBC Fall TV lineup on iTunes
  137. Wikinews Shorts: April 26, 2008
  138. Dutch TV kidney reality show was a hoax
  139. China sentences dissident to eleven years in prison
  140. European football: Santa Cruz to Rovers
  141. New Doctor Who quits series, BBC searches for replacement actor
  142. Former Taiwanese president jailed for life on corruption charges
  143. West Indies cricket team in England 2007 - 2nd Twenty20
  144. China's Tiangong-1 space station crashes into Pacific
  145. Ford, Fiat to produce small cars together
  146. Leaked emails show UK RAF were aware of Nimrod problems prior to fatal crash
  147. US and Japan offend Beijing over Taiwan
  148. Controversy over New Orleans photos captions
  149. News briefs:May 4, 2006
  150. British schoolgirl told to return home for wearing crucifix
  151. 6.2 magnitude earthquake hits northern Chile
  152. Suspected bomb derails Moscow-St Petersburg train, kills at least 25
  153. English town wants to move to Scotland
  154. Australian refugee contractor accused of breaching its duty of care
  155. Japan opposes resumption of six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear program
  156. A-League 2007-08: Round 6 Results
  157. Fastest "zorb" ride set by New Zealanders
  158. United States 2003 National Adult Literacy Survey released
  159. Five children found dead in Graham, Washington
  160. Suspected serial killer appears in British court
  161. Pope visits World Youth Day in Cologne
  162. Scheduled power outages in Northern California begin
  163. Fire erupts in parking structure at Sola Airport, Norway
  164. 11-year-old California girl charged for throwing stone in defense
  165. Jørn Utzon, Sydney Opera House architect, dies at the age of 90
  166. Bangkok nightclub owner to face charges over New Year's fire
  167. Petr Čech retires from international football
  168. Messi scores hat-trick as Barça become table toppers
  169. Japanese earthquake death toll surpasses ten thousand
  170. North Korea fires missiles during training exercise
  171. NATO tankers in Pakistan attacked, four killed
  172. Wikinews interviews Mark Bunker, producer of anti-Scientology website 'XenuTV'
  173. Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Communist Party candidate Shona Bracken, Toronto Danforth
  174. 6.3 earthquake rocks Laos
  175. Rush Limbaugh and Pat Robertson under fire for remarks about earthquake in Haiti
  176. Fishermen make "very rare" find in Siberia
  177. UK Wikinews Shorts: July 8, 2013
  178. Wisconsin Democratic Party calls for Impeachment of Bush, Cheney, & Rumsfeld
  179. Brazilian soccer player's mother has been kidnapped
  180. Bin Laden banished from Islam in Iberia
  181. Australian rules football: 2010 Gippsland Football League round 2 - Leongatha v Morwell
  182. Former Pennsylvania State Senator Vincent Fumo convicted of fraud, corruption
  183. Japan changes Iwo Jima's name
  184. Thai Rak Thai dissolved, ex-premier Thaksin banned from politics
  185. Greek Socialist party wins general elections
  186. Suicide attack at Yemen shrine leaves nine dead
  187. Woman neglected medical treatment; dies in hospital ER
  188. 2008 Tour de Taiwan Stage 6: A jersey battle between American cyclists
  189. University of Florida coach Donovan signed to coach the Orlando Magic
  190. Palestinians storm Egyptian border near Rafah
  191. Devon prison rooftop protest ends peacefully
  192. Lewis Hamilton wins 2007 Japanese Grand Prix
  193. Brush fires threaten neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California
  194. Egyptian-mediated ceasefire between Israel and armed factions in Gaza starts
  195. 67th Annual Golden Globe Award highlights
  196. Madagascar's leader Andry Rajoelina 'will not run in polls'
  197. Tensions rise between North Korea and United States
  198. UN releases 2006 list of "10 stories the world should hear more about"
  199. Three peacekeepers in Sudan killed by gunmen
  200. Derailment in China; at least nineteen dead
  201. Matt Smith revealed as 11th incarnation of Doctor Who
  202. BBC to cut Electric Proms for financial reasons
  203. News briefs:August 22, 2006
  204. NASCAR: Johnson beats Bowyer for victory in Aarons' 499
  205. Brazil ceases hunt for bodies from Air France crash
  206. Several episodes of 'Orange is the New Black' released prematurely by hacker
  207. Fiji girls missing; feared dead
  208. Church of Scientology falsely accuses internet group 'Anonymous' of 2007 school shooting
  209. 2007 America East Tournament
  210. Google prepares to launch WiFi service
  211. Frank Ponta inducted into the Paralympic Hall of Fame
  212. Nigeria allies join fight against Boko Haram
  213. Report says UK teachers 'boosted GCSE marks'
  214. Chinese hostage rescued in the Philippines
  215. Somali piracy: Kenyan navy kills three, Chinese ship hijacked, British couple freed
  216. Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Libertarian candidate Mark Scott, Toronto—Danforth
  217. Delhi Police question South African cricketer Herschelle Gibbs over match-fixing scandal in 2000
  218. At least fifteen dead in Iraq after gunmen attack central bank
  219. US presidential candidate Duncan Hunter speaks to Wikinews
  220. Israel to webcast al-Aqsa mosque excavations
  221. Immigration and asylum turn voters off UK Tories
  222. Al-Qaeda leader in Iraq 'killed'
  223. Western Australian court to set precedent on the burqa
  224. Huckabee, Obama win Iowa caucuses
  225. Dolphin dies during performance at theme park
  226. Beijing 2008: Michael Phelps wins eighth gold
  227. Sensitive Canadian document found on rainy streets
  228. Iran election going to run-off, challenger alleges fraud
  229. A Watch Company to Hold a Charitable Auction
  230. Google now worth over $80 billion
  231. Pope to lift restrictions on Latin Mass
  232. Three dead, over 70 injured in Bangkok blasts
  233. David Cameron elected new UK Conservative Leader
  234. Paris Court of Appeals overturns restrictions on Maryam Rajavi, NCRI officials
  235. Buddy Roemer suspends U.S. presidential campaign
  236. Home Secretary says about 30 major conspiracies threaten UK this Christmas
  237. Thousands of Rwandan refugees living in overcrowded Burundi transit centre
  238. Tom Wolf inaugurated as Pennsylvania Governor
  239. U.S. Senate releases version of Healthcare Bill
  240. Saddam Hussein admits to requesting trials
  241. Toronto to have socialized city-wide wi-fi access
  242. Chesapeake Bay Program issues first-ever water quality forecast
  243. Bosnian administrator outlines plans
  244. Buddhist relic collection tours North America and world
  245. Fire breaks out at Dubai, United Arab Emirates hotel on New Year's Eve
  246. Man claims Blue Man Group put camera down throat; allegations denied
  247. Noosa win 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union premiership
  248. Wikimedia board of trustees announces restructure
  249. 2008 Taiwan Tourism Exposition to encourage tourism industry after Sichuan earthquake
  250. Fernando Alonso wins 2010 Korean Grand Prix
  251. Picasso prints stolen from Brazilian museum
  252. Former 'American Idol' finalist Jessica Sierra not allowed to perform for US troops
  253. Victoria Cross fetches record price at auction
  254. Wikimedia Foundation receives copyright infringement claim from Mormon Church
  255. Suspected hijackers of Arctic Sea detained by Russian Navy
  256. Australian rules football: Traralgon defeat Warragul in round 14 of 2010 Gippsland Football League season
  257. Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Green Party candidate Cecile Willert, Ajax—Pickering
  258. Vladimir Putin dismisses head of Russian Navy Admiral Vladimir Kuroyedov
  259. After killing wife and children, police officer commits suicide in Noyon, France
  260. Flooding in Honolulu wreaks havoc
  261. Occupation in London enters fifth day
  262. American Airlines plane overshoots runway in Jamaica; injuries reported
  263. Angry Azeris protest allegedly faked results of parliamentary elections
  264. London Underground train derails leaving passengers trapped
  265. James Bond set at Pinewood Studios destroyed by fire
  266. Two Jordanian ministers caught breaking lockdown measures, resign
  267. Violence in East Timor causes United Nations evacuation
  268. One year on: IFALPA's representative to ICAO, pilot and lawyer on ongoing prosecution of Garuda Indonesia Flight 200 pilot
  269. Bush says US troop build-up in Iraq has brought 'hope'
  270. French film director Alain Corneau dies at age 67
  271. Canada considers trade retaliation against the U.S.
  272. Californian Governor denies clemency for Stanley Tookie Williams
  273. Scientists develop 'Smart Bomb' treatment that targets cancer cells
  274. US stocks slump as crude oil surges, gold hits 25 yr high
  275. Poison drummer Rikki Rockett arrested for rape
  276. Bronislaw Komorowski sworn in as president of Poland
  277. Colorado counties consider forming new U.S. state
  278. Death toll rises in Nigeria building collapse
  279. Microsoft's attempt to buy out Yahoo may never happen
  280. 98th annual East Texas State Fair opens in Tyler, Texas
  281. New Yorker's Obama cover sparks outrage
  282. Cabinet to discuss UK nuclear deterrent for the first time tomorrow
  283. Noosa defeat Caloundra in Sunshine Coast Rugby Union round seventeen
  284. Biologist Nick Bos tells Wikinews about 'self-medicating' ants
  285. WHO declares Ebola outbreak an international emergency
  286. Qantas says A380 aircraft are safe to fly after 'serious' incident
  287. Mao-style suits fading away in China
  288. Dow falls 340 points amid unemployment and retail sales rates news
  289. London Mayor Ken Livingstone to appeal over suspension
  290. Scientists: Snow on Mt. Kilimanjaro to melt in twenty years
  291. FBI asked to assist in murder, kidnap investigation of Jennifer Hudson's relatives
  292. Scotland: Northern Constabulary launch murder investigation over teen death
  293. Ex-priest Shanley sentenced to 12-15 years for child rape
  294. Spanish police reportedly closing in on fugitive Nazi doctor
  295. New stars found in Southern Cross
  296. China women's national wheelchair basketball team tops Japan for third place at Rollers & Gliders World Challenge
  297. Suspect arrested for murder of Iraq's entire taekwondo team
  298. Chinese political dissident Hu Jia freed as Chinese Premier Wen visits Britain
  299. American bandleader Kevin Eubanks to leave 'Tonight Show'
  300. Potential Wikia mass exodus
  301. Bush attendance at Australia CEO conference a hoax
  302. NASCAR driver Labonte terminates deal with TRG Motorsports
  303. Paralympic cyclists test out the London Velodrome
  304. Qatari proxy IP address temporarily blocked on Wikipedia
  305. Space Shuttle Discovery to return to Earth
  306. Hong Kong police move to open roads in Mong Kok
  307. Seven killed in Kenyan protest for radical Islamic cleric
  308. Utah taser incident triggers debate and death threats
  309. Final withdrawal of Australian troops from East Timor
  310. Queen Elizabeth II unveils New Zealand Memorial in London
  311. Wikinews Shorts: January 27, 2012
  312. Walter Frederick Morrison, inventor of frisbee, dies at age 90
  313. Red Arrows pilot killed at 2011 Bournemouth air display
  314. Queensland state election shorts: January 30, 2012
  315. Hezbollah leader both threatens Tel Aviv and offers ceasefire
  316. News briefs:May 13, 2010
  317. Researchers find preserving spotted owl habitat may not require a tradeoff with wildfire risk after all
  318. Wikinews at the Rugby: Sunshine Coast Stadium April 27, 2013
  319. Hualien warm-up of 2007 ING Taipei Marathon kicked off
  320. Bush unveils America's new Iraq plan
  321. NSW Parliament passes alcohol-fuelled violence bill hours after drafting
  322. Were New Orleanians caught in political crossfire?
  323. North Korea says it will test a nuclear weapon in the future
  324. Russian police to 'check' officer allegedly involved in large theft and murder
  325. Mersey hospital takeover by the Australian government
  326. Fifteen killed in Somalia bombing
  327. Zimbabwe prepares for election
  328. Courtrooms in Ontario to get cameras
  329. Japanese skiers compete at IPC Nor-Am Cup Super G
  330. UK teachers strike in first national teachers strike in 21 years
  331. Disney buys Pixar
  332. Royal Commission recommends single council for Auckland
  333. Harry Browne, former US presidential candidate and best selling author, dead at age 72
  334. Youth forum to submit suggestions to UN
  335. New study claims Stonehenge was a place of healing
  336. Australian Government under pressure to reveal nuclear sites
  337. New Orleans police officer commits suicide
  338. Beatles' 'Hey Jude' becomes their most downloaded song on iTunes
  339. Darfur rebel leader signs peace plan
  340. Riots in Île-de-France : 70 arrested after 200 cars burned
  341. Ontario, Canada Health Minister set to marry this summer
  342. Canadian Prime Minister Harper plays small role in television show Corner Gas
  343. Del Bosque to quit Spanish team management after contract expiry
  344. HIV-positive man receives 35 years for spitting on Dallas police officer
  345. David S. Touretzky discusses Scientology, Anonymous and Tom Cruise
  346. Thai PM declares state of emergency over airport blockades
  347. Police embarrassed after car stolen from station
  348. FIFA World Cup 2018 Last 16: Brazil, Belgium advance at expense of Mexico, Japan
  349. Tiny planet discovered in mini solar system
  350. Key town captured by Islamist Somali militants
  351. US army commander in Afghanistan asks for more troops in leaked report
  352. Gordon Brown says the UK won't run out of gas
  353. Argentina beats Colombia 5-4 over penalties in Copa America quarter final 2015
  354. U.K. MPs' expenses to be investigated by police
  355. New South Wales decriminalizes abortion
  356. UK to ban Islamist group al-Shabaab
  357. Self-immolating law grad dies in Morocco
  358. Italian PM Berlusconi resigns to form stronger coalition
  359. Mark Ingram wins 2009 Heisman Trophy
  360. Former Paraguayan President's daughter found dead
  361. U.S. vice president Joe Biden says positive consensus on same-sex marriage is 'inevitable'
  362. Maroochydore win 2013 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union Grand Final
  363. Maoists in India kill 13 and free 25 hostages
  364. Labour Party UK members win right to vote in leadership contest
  365. Ugandan government, rebels agree to ceasefire
  366. Sesame Street to promote healthy lifestyles
  367. Leaked Syrian government emails indicate weapons supplied to Hamas
  368. US Navy sailors jailed in Australia on drug smuggling charges
  369. Digest/1January2005exp
  370. Male Magellanic penguins pine for pairings: Wikinews interviews biologist Natasha Gownaris
  371. British oil firm claims discovery off coast of Falkland Islands
  372. Iran reported to U.N. Security Council
  373. American Airlines MD-80 engine fire prompts emergency landing
  374. U.S. Senate defeats bill banning gay marriage
  375. USA sledge hockey team beats Italy in Winter Paralympics opener
  376. Mayor of Baltimore indicted on theft, perjury
  377. Pandora radio to prevent access from outside U.S.
  378. Manned Soyuz space mission aborts during launch
  379. Maine Senator Olympia Snowe announces she won't seek reelection
  380. Massive ice shelf expected to break away from Antarctica
  381. Delhi University to honour actor Amitabh Bachchan, four others on 4 November
  382. UK Attorney General says Guantanamo should close
  383. Chip Ganassi makes American motor sports history
  384. Judge dismissed in Hussein trial
  385. Guatemalan government may suspend liberties under state of emergency
  386. Burris sworn in as US Senator for Illinois
  387. Russia asks Iceland for details of bank rescue plan before giving loan
  388. Teen arrested in Wal-Mart racial case
  389. Egyptian archaeologists announce discovery of marble statue and 132 new sites
  390. U.S. offers direct talks on nuclear issue; Iran dismisses as 'propaganda'
  391. Three Indonesian terrorists executed by firing squad for 2002 Bali bombing
  392. Jenson Button wins half of the 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix points
  393. Obama wins Wyoming caucus
  394. Nine killed by car bomb in Iraq, 31 injured
  395. Queensland win W-League Grand Final
  396. Interview with Brazilian blogger Ricardo Serran Lobo
  397. Coca growth up in Bolivia, Peru, claims U.S. State Department
  398. Startup web broadcaster Joost signs deal with Warner Brothers
  399. Brazilian astronomers propose new model of our galaxy
  400. Australian PM to be snubbed by up to six Irish MPs
  401. Mysterious power failure takes down Wikipedia, Wikinews
  402. Cisco sues Apple for iPhone trademark
  403. Myanmar's pro-democracy leader Suu Kyi to contest in by-election
  404. Flash floods hit Australia's eastern coast
  405. Kimi Räikkönen wins 2008 Spanish Grand Prix
  406. Automobile manufacturer Ford posts unexpected profits
  407. Howard Dean elected chairman of U.S. Democrats
  408. Australian bird flu vaccine trial results "promising"
  409. Duke of York arrives in New Zealand
  410. US sergeant pleads guilty to four murders in Iraq
  411. Rescue teams try to save London whale
  412. Accident in Jacksonville, Florida, releases low-radioactive gas
  413. Nguyen Cao Ky, former leader of South Vietnam, dies aged 80
  414. Student arrested over "art" shirt with exposed wiring at Boston Airport
  415. Stolen minibus recovered 35 years after theft
  416. 7.2 magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia
  417. Bomb hurt seven police in Basque city of Bilbao
  418. Australian government to provide Internet filters for families
  419. 2007 Cricket World Cup: Australia vs Netherlands
  420. Canada wins gold at 2007 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championship
  421. Film director Sydney Pollack dies at age 73
  422. CanadaVOTES: NDP candidate Michael McMahon running in Prince Edward—Hastings
  423. US indicts eleven alleged pirates from Somalia
  424. Thousands gather in Jantar Mantar and other cities to protest against mob violence
  425. State Bank of India employee strike settled
  426. Wife of English footballer Wayne Rooney gives birth to baby boy
  427. Time Warner, Sprint close to mobile pact
  428. Sri Lanka - Government Army strikes at Tamil Tiger enclaves in the north east
  429. Al-Qaeda releases new videotape
  430. First Czech Winter Olympics champion Jiří Raška dies at age 70
  431. Greek lawmakers approve contentious campus police legislation
  432. Indiana teen softball player recovering after lighting strike
  433. Pakistan's Musharraf announces resignation
  434. George Bush meets with US governors
  435. Norway to withdraw troops from Iraq
  436. Netherlands flight alert suspects to be freed
  437. American hostage Tom Fox found dead in Iraq
  438. MV Sirius Star oil tanker released by pirates
  439. 51 killed in Yemen election rally stampede
  440. Toyota to recall Sienna minivan in North America
  441. Microsoft Network users experience international outage
  442. Torrential rainstorms kill over 200 in Karachi, Pakistan
  443. British police launch computer hacking investigation
  444. Five police officers injured in Naples protest over new garbage tip
  445. Study: kidney damage increasing, patients remain unaware
  446. US minimum wage moves to Congressional negotiations
  447. Two killed, two seriously injured after boulder collapses onto house in Stein an der Traun, Germany
  448. Body found in the Christchurch, New Zealand Avon River
  449. Canadian Liberal Gerard Kennedy to run in Parkdale-High Park
  450. "PGR4" pre-launch in Taiwan: TOP Drivers' Derby
  451. Iran's Ahmadinejad wants change in US policies, not 'tactics'
  452. Ryan Dunn twice over drink-drive limit at time of fatal accident
  453. Venezuelan President Chavez in Beijing to boost trade
  454. British snooker player Alex Higgins found dead at age 61
  455. CIA gives up search and interrogation on Iraq WMDs
  456. Record snowfall in Japan: in pictures
  457. Hidden treasure worth billions of dollars discovered in Indian temple
  458. Florida man charged with stealing Wi-Fi
  459. Expo 2005 opens in Aichi, Japan
  460. Noynoy Aquino elected Philippine president
  461. Officials: Almost 100 killed in air raids in Pakistan
  462. Sweden names Jan Eliasson new Foreign Minister
  463. Noel Edmonds, British TV presenter, starts boycott of TV license fee in UK
  464. UK Parliament discusses nationalisation of Northern Rock
  465. UK City Councillor suspended from party after expressing controversial views
  466. Taiwan to violate Tamiflu patent due to vaccine shortage
  467. Microsoft to buy back US$40 B of its stock over 5 years
  468. Ukraine win penalty shootout; beat Switzerland for quarter-final spot
  469. Pennsylvania court sentences child porn priest to eight years in prison
  470. 2012 Australian Paralympic swim team announced
  471. Auckland man convicted of sedition
  472. Australian rules football: West Gippsland Latrobe Football League Finals Preliminary Final
  473. Fire breaks out in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, Australia
  474. Damascus: US embassy attacked
  475. Bush calls for congress to make more money available for Food Aid
  476. Twitter announces advertising platform
  477. University of Florida wins NCAA basketball championship
  478. Weening takes stage to Gérardmer in photo finish
  479. London to host 2012 Olympic Games
  480. Aid starts to reach Myanmar
  481. Nevada prop plane crash near Las Vegas leaves two dead, three injured
  482. North Korea's rising tensions: Wikinews interviews Scott Snyder and Dr Robert Kelly
  483. Multiple explosions hit Boston Marathon
  484. Historic building in Moscow collapses, three people killed
  485. Gun attack at Iranian election office injures three
  486. Britain's most experienced astronaut retires after 26 years at NASA
  487. US Q2 economic growth slows to 2.4%
  488. Pioneer chemist Albert Hofmann dies at age 102
  489. Latest 'CableGate' disclosures hint at US diplomatic tactics in Spain and beyond
  490. Canadian sextuplets could get blood transfusion, religion forbids it
  491. Cheetahs and Blue Bulls to meet in 2006 Currie Cup rugby final
  492. UK House of Commons' Speaker resigns
  493. Influential Croat poet Dragutin Tadijanović dies
  494. India: Kerala police registers case against bishop for allegedly raping nun more than a dozen times
  495. Romanian band to hold concert for tsunami victims
  496. 2007 ICC World Twenty20: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka
  497. U.S. Congressman Thad McCotter denied ballot in re-election primary race; announces write-in campaign
  498. Rumsfeld to remain in Bush administration
  499. Lesbians lose High Court marriage bid
  500. Indian foreign minister injured in road accident