1. Tourists evacuated following shootout between Mexican army and drug hitmen
  2. High tides sweep west Galveston Bay
  3. Verizon to acquire Yahoo!
  4. Paralympic highlights: September 8, 2008
  5. Judge jails 'monstrous' London serial killer Stephen Port
  6. National Express take over operation of major UK rail route from GNER
  7. New Zealander William Trubridge breaks freediving world record
  8. Chicago Metra considers selling naming rights for train lines, stations
  9. "Muslim Brotherhood" facing troubled times
  10. Malaysia: 'Most' debris found on Maldives islands not 'plane material'
  11. U.S. reported to mount covert operations in Iran
  12. Moon water possibly originated from comets, data shows
  13. FIFA receives eleven bids for 2018 and 2022 World Cups
  14. Highly preserved mammoth presents scientists with blood sample
  15. Class action launched by Australian bushfire survivors against SP AusNet
  16. US Army General requests more troops for Diyala Province, Iraq
  17. German Constitutional Court prohibits shooting down hijacked passenger planes
  18. Gyrocopter lands on US Capitol's west lawn
  19. Dollar reaches record low after US consumer confidence and home prices fall
  20. Rio 2016 Olympic flame lit in Olympia
  21. US deficit reaches record $1.4 trillion
  22. Snow hits New Zealand
  23. Signals indicate Texas economy continues to improve
  24. Countries around the world send aid, help to Haiti
  25. Results to be announced in the New Zealand 2005 General Election
  26. Singer Amy Winehouse dies at age 27
  27. Midterm election polls open in United States
  28. US claims North Korea helped Syria build reactor bombed by Israel
  29. Doughnut on display in Springfield, New Zealand
  30. Explosion in Turkey injures eight
  31. Condoleezza Rice makes visit to Nova Scotia
  32. Winners of 2006 New Zealand Music Awards announced
  33. 28-year-old suspect charged for attacking Borussia Dortmund's team bus
  34. Carling Cup: Match abandoned after player collapses
  35. Sunflower oil saves at-risk newborns from infection
  36. 'Blaspheming' movie should be prohibited says Iran government
  37. Flag-lowering ceremony at Wagah border becomes more peaceful
  38. Internet hackers attack Al-Jazeera website, condemn news service's Syrian civil war coverage
  39. Taiwan Textile Foundation markets "2008 Taipei In Style" in Cross-Straits
  40. Thunderbird wins MBA rugby tournament
  41. Colombian unions reiterate their accusations against Coca Cola
  42. Canadian teams vie for spot at the World Curling Championship
  43. Lehman Brothers files for bankruptcy
  44. UK scientists discover multiple antibiotics used by fungus-farming ants to protect colonies
  45. Quebec City mayor dies unexpectedly
  46. Globalization and trade deficit are connected says Greenspan
  47. Former Indian PM Narasimha Rao passes away
  48. Wiki loves the European Parliament in Strasbourg
  49. United Kingdom hit by snow storms
  50. Heavy earthquake hits the Philippines
  51. TD Financial to acquire Hudson United Bancorp
  52. U.S.A. researchers report plagiarism in Putin's dissertation
  53. Snow storm hits Arizona and New Mexico
  54. Pakistani court seeks Musharraf's arrest over Bhutto murder
  55. Canberrans spend Easter outside: in pictures
  56. Four miners trapped in Ecuador mine
  57. Australian judge delivers verdict on burqas in court
  58. Voting in Zimbabwe starts amid accusations of rigged outcome
  59. Oldbury nuclear power station suffers fire
  60. Mass protest grows against Kudankulam nuclear power plant in India
  61. Third day of 2007 NSW fire season sees 46 fires burning
  62. India may rise as regional power
  63. Exit polls suggest Kadima victory in Israeli elections
  64. Israel to end Lebanon blockade
  65. Turkey recalls ambassador to Sweden over "genocide" vote
  66. NASA scientist: Chile earthquake may have shifted Earth's axis, shortened day
  67. Pakistan: Twelve militants killed in recent fighting
  68. US government stops looking for weapons of mass destruction
  69. 20 percent of Victorians drive on worn tyres
  70. Study reveals 10% of telecommuters work nude
  71. Blair: G8 leaders announce $50 billion aid increase; talks on trade and climate change
  72. 2007 Cricket World Cup: Bangladesh vs England
  73. Pakistan government must investigate killings and abductions of journalists, says UN
  74. Aljazeera airs new audiotape by Osama bin Laden
  75. Ashley gives Newcastle £133m buyout offer
  76. Turkey's President Erdogan proposes converting Hagia Sophia Museum to mosque
  77. US pastors plan to defy law and endorse candidates
  78. Two nuclear leaks in two weeks trigger security and safety reviews in France
  79. 130,000 farmers protest in Mexico against NAFTA
  80. Bill Cosby's lawyers accuse prosecutors of racial bias in jury selection for sexual assault trial
  81. Ireland's Pádraig Harrington wins British Open in playoff
  82. Moon Jae-in becomes President of South Korea
  83. 10 killed in shootout in Kashmir
  84. Israeli forces capture Hamas commander
  85. Thousands in San Francisco protest US wars
  86. Market Data/^SXAXPI
  87. IAEA suspends nuclear aid for Iran
  88. Iranian media says current president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has won re-election
  89. Roman coins hoard found in Somerset, England
  90. Danish and Norwegian embassies set on fire
  91. Economic policy makers conclude Washington meetings
  92. Unions battle in Ohio over hospital workers
  93. 2007 Patriot League Tournament
  94. Senate unanimously confirms Michael Griffin as new NASA head
  95. Aircraft crashes during mock dogfight at Shoreham Airshow, United Kingdom
  96. 2007 Cricket World Cup: New Zealand vs South Africa
  97. Six people killed in Memphis home
  98. Adele and David Bowie each win five Grammys
  99. Elections held in Bulgaria
  100. New Zealand Maori Queen dies
  101. Man shot in New Zealand gun shop
  102. Day of attacks continue in Israel and Lebanon
  103. Saskatchewan man escapes black bear attack
  104. Outage leaves tens of thousands of New Zealanders without Internet
  105. River Thames to receive clean-up with new tunnel
  106. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper assigned airforce aircraft to pick up Canadians in Lebanon
  107. Distributed computing to get "interstellar project"
  108. NHL: Schedule set for playoff finals
  109. Oklahoma baseball team defeats Rice, evens series in NCAA Super Regional
  110. Scientists discover 11 new species of life in Vietnam
  111. Georgia withdraws from South Ossetia
  112. Wikinews interviews Asaf Bartov, Head of Wikimedia Grants Program and Global South Partnerships
  113. Local and regional elections held in Russia
  114. Mexican president defends emigration
  115. Assange seeks asylum in Ecuadorian embassy
  116. China vows effective fight against internet piracy
  117. Five wounded, two killed in Lebanon blast
  118. Nigeria's past rulers stole $400 billion in public money
  119. David Cameron advocates a new "British" approach to a multicultural UK
  120. Victims of torture among detainees facing death penalty in Guantanamo
  121. UK economy shrinks by 0.3% in fourth quarter of 2012
  122. Libya allows US oil company to return
  123. Scottish Midlothian car crash kills three
  124. Ten-year-old computer glitch prevents delivery of 1,380 Canadian health results
  125. Illinois jury sentences Brian Dugan to death
  126. Two thousand people use bodies to create message on Pichilemu beach
  127. Gunmen kill 25 in Iraqi village
  128. Son of poet Sylvia Plath commits suicide
  129. Red Cross member abducted in Darfur, Sudan
  130. South Korean president proposes a reunification tax
  131. 2008 Taipei International Book Exhibition: Rain causes traffic jam around exhibition hall
  132. UK fighters confront Russian bombers over international waters
  133. Seven face deportation after UK dawn raids
  134. Toads defeat Maroochydore in 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union round 3
  135. U.K. National Portrait Gallery threatens U.S. citizen with legal action over Wikimedia images
  136. NHL: Rangers dominate Thrashers, lead series 3-0
  137. Euromillions lottery jackpot set to rise to £100m
  138. Author Robert Asprin dead at 61
  139. Heavy turbulence during WestJet flight injures nine people
  140. Russia follows Georgia in signing peace plan
  141. President Alvaro Uribe asks Washington to stop meddling
  142. Investigators blame pilot error for deadly jet crash near Boston
  143. Roberto Córdova wins Concertación primary elections in Pichilemu, Chile
  144. Uruguay qualify to take last spot in 2010 FIFA World Cup
  145. Two major political parties protest placards used in Armenian-Turkish journalist's funeral
  146. Two arrests after murder in Bristol, United Kingdom
  147. Twitter to allow censorship of posts on a country by country basis
  148. FC Barcelona signs Chilean footballer Arturo Vidal from Bayern
  149. Greek blog aggregation service administrator jailed, service censored
  150. Televangelist Rex Humbard dies
  151. Indonesian authorities report refugee boats pushed back by Australian Navy
  152. Phoenix spacecraft launches towards Mars
  153. BBC receives 8,400 complaints over 'EastEnders' cot death story
  154. Major haemorrhage linked to alcoholism announced as cause of Charles Kennedy's death
  155. Haitian priest Jean-Juste held in relation to the murder of a journalist
  156. Penske Auto selected to buy General Motors' Saturn unit
  157. Iraq demands immediate withdrawal of Turkish troops
  158. London whale dies
  159. 25 drown as van plunges into Krishna river in India
  160. Iraqi Parliament votes for expulsion of United States troops
  161. Indian Air Force jet catches fire and crashes after refuelling at Biju Patnaik Airport
  162. Uproar over sexual EU spoof posters in Austria
  163. EU awards partial victory to Finland over wolf hunting case
  164. Manson Family leader Charles Manson to seek parole in California murders
  165. Felipe Massa wins 2008 Bahrain Grand Prix
  166. How tall is tallest? Chinese researchers measure tallest mountain
  167. Market Data/^STI
  168. Eleven-day "Taiwan Run for UN" torch relay comes to an end
  169. Howard K. Stern files lawsuit against former MSNBC, FOX News journalist over Anna Nicole book
  170. UK Royal Mail workers vote in favour of strike action
  171. Post-probe, problematic peanut paste products pulled
  172. 2007 ICC World Twenty20: South Africa vs England
  173. US Senate Majority leader Harry Reid criticized over "Negro" comments
  174. Whaling activist arrested by Japan
  175. Putin warned of assassination plot
  176. Sunshine Coast Council ratifies McDonald's development rejection
  177. Thirty hospitalised after Melbourne airport gas leak
  178. Texas teen enters guilty plea in shooting trial
  179. Wikinews Shorts: February 5, 2007
  180. Apple announces Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud
  181. Deer and other animals found dead at Ball State University
  182. Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena freed
  183. John Boehner re-elected as US House Speaker despite conservative challenge
  184. Swedish man uses webcam to broadcast suicide live on internet
  185. Oil spill hits Australia's Sunshine coastline
  186. Materazzi reveals slur he uttered at 2006 FIFA World Cup
  187. Attention drawn to high suicide rates in Scotland, Russia, Australia
  188. Raw Opals spend week preparing for London Games
  189. MLB: Rangers score 30 runs against Orioles in first game of doubleheader
  190. Nuclear arms agreement reached with North Korea
  191. French Open: Stosur and Schiavone to compete in women's final; Nadal to meet Soderling in men's final
  192. Irish inflation back on the rise
  193. UCLA defeats USC, ends Trojans' BCS title hopes
  194. Beslan siege organiser speaks
  195. A380 collides with regional jet at JFK airport
  196. Azerbaijani official Samir Sharifov accused of spying
  197. University go to top spot on 2014 Sunshine Coast Rugby Union ladder after five rounds
  198. Israeli withdrawal halted until Palestinians disarm militants
  199. Record number of bicycles sold in Australia in 2006
  200. NASA successfully launches Kepler Telescope
  201. National Hockey League news: March 18, 2008
  202. Six-year-old boy dies two weeks after falling through icy pond in Berkshire, England
  203. Australian archer Alice Ingley readies for potential Olympic spot
  204. First signs of recovery from horse flu outbreak
  205. Union Coal Minister Shibu Soren convicted in the murder case by Delhi court
  206. Hepatitis scare at New Zealand McDonald's restaurant
  207. Could an unmarked grave in Winchester contain the remains of King Alfred?
  208. Zeus botnet trojan horse is back
  209. Wells Fargo and Barclay's rumoured to be in merger talks
  210. Australia: Latrobe Valley historical societies ask for greater funding in budget submissions
  211. Afghan opium plantings expected to be up 40% from 2005
  212. Typhoon kills two in southern China
  213. Togo unanimously vote to abolish the death penalty
  214. Scottish lawyer denies death of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi
  215. Queen Elizabeth visits Turkey
  216. Filmmaker Peter Jackson to make Xbox games
  217. Two Australians charged after burning flag during riot
  218. Fighter jets collide, crash into houses near Moscow
  219. MySpace to expand to mobile music
  220. UK and Denmark announce troop withdrawals from Iraq
  221. Two killed, high damages as storm hits Vienna, Austria
  222. ISO adopts Open Document Format
  223. 1,000+ of Saudi Arabia's guest workers feared drowned
  224. Reserve Bank of Australia considers interest rate rise
  225. Alzheimer's disease reversed in mice using caffeine
  226. United States authorities bust multimillion dollar drug ring in New Jersey
  227. Cuba to embrace free software
  228. Six-year-old boy on vacation in Venezuela dies in plane crash
  229. One of the "Lackawanna Six" may have been among Yemeni prison escapees
  230. Car bomb in Iraq leaves at least 30 dead
  231. British actor Tony Booth dies at 85
  232. Nokia recalls 14 million phone chargers
  233. National Hockey League news: March 13, 2008
  234. Belgium's Queen Fabiola seriously ill
  235. Death toll in fatal fire in Croatia climbs to eight
  236. NCAA Football: Three Gopher players arrested following rape allegations
  237. US Chief Justice John Roberts hospitalized
  238. Person from Indiana wins $314 million Powerball jackpot
  239. Egypt sentences blogger to four years for insulting Islam
  240. Second "Red Bull Flugtag London" lands in Hyde Park
  241. Report into whether Australian Big Brother breached online content laws to be handed down today
  242. Wikinews Shorts: September 29, 2010
  243. Gay marriage amendment to stay off 2008 ballot in Massachusetts, USA
  244. Al-Jazeera poll shows many Pakistanis identify America as 'biggest' threat
  245. Nearly two dozen people killed in bomb blast on bus in Sri Lanka
  246. Planned anti-coup gathering in Thailand
  247. Egyptian passenger ferry sinks in Red Sea
  248. Bollywood cricket victory in Yorkshire charity match
  249. Ben Cousins sacked by West Coast in AFL drug scandal
  250. Cuba asks to re-open negotiations with United States
  251. Canadian PM: Liberal leadership hopefuls 'anti-Israeli'
  252. Community of Christ sues over RLDS church name
  253. Colombia's Uribe sworn in to second term as president
  254. European Union Council to accept software patent directive
  255. U.S. federal marshals seize killer beds
  256. Liberal Party
  257. Canadian PM Martin testifies before sponsorship scandal inquiry
  258. U.S. Supreme Court requests reconsideration of habeas petitions of Gitmo captives
  259. White powder found at Buffalo, N.Y. courthouse
  260. Bin Laden's former driver convicted of supporting terrorism
  261. Defendant shoots Judge, three others at Atlanta courthouse
  262. Police officer shot dead in Canadian Arctic community
  263. High turnout observed in French presidential election
  264. Catholic Church prepares for papal election conclave
  265. Pope John Paul II has flu, taken to hospital
  266. Two prisoners fall unconscious while being transported in New Zealand
  267. US federal judge dismisses targeted killing lawsuit
  268. Irish inflation creeps upwards to 2.4%
  269. Katharine Close, 13, wins Scripps National Spelling Bee
  270. California teamsters picket Orange County transit system in contract dispute
  271. Engine failure may have been factor in Amsterdam plane crash
  272. First encyclopedic dictionary of the Black Sea released
  273. Zach Johnson wins 2007 Masters Golf Tournament
  274. Jian Seng ghost ship affair brings criticism of Australian government
  275. Ariel Sharon, former Prime Minister of Israel, dies at 85
  276. Award winning singer George Michael cautioned after caught with drugs in London public toilet
  277. Eight children taken to hospital after being hit by car in Suffolk, England
  278. Tropical moisture ceases to cause severe floods in South East Australia
  279. Fifteen medals awarded on London Paralympics fourth night of track and field
  280. Australian health workers to close intensive care units in Victoria next week
  281. India, Pakistan decide to resume peace process
  282. BASF makes $4.9 billion hostile bid for Engelhard
  283. Tropical Storm Irene to intensify, may hit U.S. coast
  284. Chinese New Year to be celebrated in Bucharest for the first time
  285. Indian court hands out 31 life sentences for race riot murders
  286. Garuda Indonesia Flight 200 pilot forced to resign
  287. Near collision between military and civilian planes in India
  288. Investigation into Polish air crash reveals passengers in cockpit
  289. Croatian ruling party expels ex-PM from membership
  290. Scientists report chemotherapy cocktail may cause adult women to grow new egg cells
  291. Airplane crash in Alaska kills five
  292. Canadian Idol top four eliminations
  293. Third concert date for U2 in Dublin
  294. Microsoft and Yahoo team up to make IM clients compatible
  295. On the campaign trail, July 2012
  296. Taiwan's Constitutional Court legalizes gay marriage, gives legislators two years to amend marriage laws
  297. Prices at the pump spike overnight in U.S.
  298. Judges rule patrons may sue nude bars for lap-dance overcharges
  299. One dead in Michigan school shooting
  300. Glencore announces Tahmoor mine in New South Wales to close
  301. 2008 Juno Award nominees announced
  302. Mitt Romney to announce presidential campaign
  303. People killed as three trains crash in Los Angeles
  304. Study claims recreational ecstasy use and depression unrelated
  305. Human remains in mass grave confirm Argentina secret death camp
  306. British PM says executive pay to be put to shareholder vote
  307. Chimpanzee genome sequenced
  308. Oregon court lets child decide on own circumcision
  309. Sri Lankan cricketer Norton Fredrick dies aged 73
  310. Former Florida governor Jeb Bush endorses Romney
  311. USA leaving Abu Ghraib
  312. Politically charged murder trial under way in Malaysia
  313. Man disguised as Darth Vader robs bank
  314. At least fifteen dead after stampede at Mali mosque
  315. Labrador's Inuit sign land claims agreement
  316. Erosion influences Nigerian climate policy
  317. Doctor to be charged after mother's death in Ohio
  318. Violent rioting, deaths follow disputed election in Togo
  319. Indian aviation sector hit by financial trouble; domestic traffic at five-year low
  320. Did human remains cause mad cow disease?
  321. Trans-Atlantic 'air rage' incident ends safely
  322. UK students protest for second time this month
  323. United States: Dr. Larry Nassar sentenced in sexual abuse case
  324. Food with cancer-causing dye recalled in Britain
  325. US Highway Administration releases interim report on Boston's Big Dig: press release claims tunnel safe, but report does not
  326. Three murdered, one injured in axe attack in Australia
  327. First Nestorian search engine goes online
  328. Five hundred Palestinian prisoners released by Israel
  329. Unarmed man killed by narcotics officer in The Bronx
  330. Apple Japan to replace overheating iPod Nanos
  331. Anti-Olympic protesters break into office of British Columbia premier
  332. Two people killed in fire in Greater Manchester, England
  333. Chilean actor Oscar Garcés accused of sexual abuse
  334. Clashes in central Bolivian city kills two
  335. €8bn bank bailout in Ireland
  336. Public health officials advise on rising flu levels in Texas 2013/2014 season
  337. Cargo Vessel grounded South of Gibraltar
  338. Internet through electrical power network introduced in Bucharest
  339. Prosecutors continue investigation as Livedoor faces possible delisting
  340. Three die in Cornwall, UK caravan park of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning
  341. Two injured, three dead in mid-air collision near Maryland airport
  342. World celebrates Chinese new year
  343. Canadian TV to go all-digital in 2011
  344. Celebrities contribute to Katrina relief
  345. France issues pollution alert as ship splits off Basque coast
  346. South African serial killer guilty of nineteen rapes, sixteen murders
  347. 2007 Rugby World Cup: Australia 10 - 12 England
  348. Drunken man is surprised crocodile bit him
  349. Australian David Hicks is released from Yatala Labour Prison
  350. 2007 Cricket World Cup: South Africa vs Netherlands
  351. Congressional computers continue to be used to vandalize Wikipedia
  352. 38 killed after US helicopter crashes in Afghanistan
  353. Strong earthquake hits northern Pakistan
  354. 'Killing Fields' trial for S-21 chief Duch underway in Cambodia
  355. American professional wrestler Karl Von Hess dies at the age of 90
  356. Wikinews interviews German music video director Uwe Flade
  357. NATO summit in Bucharest enters second day
  358. Russian cellist Rostropovitch dies at 80
  359. Body of James Kim found in U.S. wilderness; wife and children survived
  360. Half of Ugandan Presidential convoy blocked at Uganda-Rwanda border
  361. Report indicates Texas state parks still suffering following worst drought on record
  362. Seven Moroccans killed in bus crash in central France
  363. 6 Canadian soldiers injured in Afghan attack
  364. Iran to build ten new uranium enrichment plants
  365. Israeli court orders controversial wall rerouted
  366. O.J. Simpson posts bail in alleged robbery
  367. Students Gain Early Access to 2004 HSC Results
  368. Thai political party withdraws nomination of princess for prime minister
  369. McDonald's petitions Oxford English Dictionary to remove the word McJob
  370. Church of Scientology blames Pearl Harbor, 9/11 on psychiatry
  371. Brechin thrown out of Scottish Cup after dispute
  372. Psychiatrist Dr. Jerald Block tells Wikinews about addiction to the Internet
  373. Bush authorizes oil release from Strategic Petroleum Reserve
  374. Soft drink companies to stop high school soda sales
  375. United States anti-drug efforts in Latin America criticized by WOLA report
  376. Mexican billionaire denies buying Honda Formula One team
  377. Gore criticizes use of unwarranted domestic wiretaps
  378. Two US congressmen fly into Kabul; trip reportedly unauthorized
  379. Australia defeats Sri Lanka in 2007 Cricket World Cup Final
  380. Madoff prosecutors want assets from wife and children
  381. Iraqi authorities demand that U.S. sever all contracts with Blackwater
  382. Martial law declared in Philippine province after massacre
  383. Bush likely to appoint Bolton during congressional recess
  384. Barca eliminated in Champions League
  385. Dow plunges as oil prices break records
  386. Comedian Linda Smith dies at 48
  387. Cricket: Australia vs India 3rd test - Day 2
  388. Injured Buffalo, New York police officer returns home
  389. Nelson Mandela taken off US terrorist list
  390. UK police locate missing Chinese teen Mei Chen, silent on details
  391. Inquiry finds proper maintenance might have prevented 2009 North Sea helicopter disaster
  392. Boeing secures $11bn of aircraft deals
  393. BBC World Service to drop five languages
  394. Researchers report rapid formation of new bird species in Galápagos islands
  395. Israeli Knesset passes 'Jewish nation-state' bill
  396. Bombing of Peshawar Pearl Continental Hotel in Pakistan kills 18
  397. Supercross: Stewart wins 4th consecutive Monster Energy event in San Francisco, California
  398. Winning horse I'll Have Another loses shot at US Triple Crown
  399. Lawsuit filed against Ed Sheeran for his single Photograph
  400. Man arrested over prostitutes' murders in Great Britain
  401. Crown Princess Mary of Denmark gives birth to male child
  402. "Osama to Obama": Bin Laden addresses US President
  403. American mystery writer Phyllis A. Whitney dies at age 104
  404. Mexico City legalises gay marriages
  405. Mayor of London compares reporter to Nazi prison guard
  406. NSW Opposition leader uses Yahoo Answers to query voters
  407. U.S. Airways makes bid on Delta
  408. Paramedics protest outside New South Wales parliament
  409. Telstra becomes the first in the world to switch to HSPA+ wireless Internet technology
  410. Football: Werder Bremen win DFB-Pokal
  411. 2007 Cricket World Cup: England vs South Africa
  412. China bans free plastic bags
  413. Hubble Space Telescope successor unveiled by NASA
  414. UK shadow home secretary resigns over terror law
  415. Asian earthquake toll nears 60,000
  416. Australian skiers compete at IPC Nor-Am Cup Super G
  417. Vivien Goldman: An interview with the Punk Professor
  418. Baby survives after stroller hit by train in Melbourne, Australia
  419. Nias Yet to Receive Aid 10 Days After Quake
  420. Woman awarded 18.6 million dollars in lawsuit against Equifax
  421. Five dead in attack in Pakistan
  422. UN Security Council approves peacekeepers for Sudan
  423. Tesco pricing error in Cambridgeshire, England allows customers to get cheaper fuel
  424. Ahmadinejad criticizes Paul the octopus
  425. France beats Croatia 4-2 to win 2018 FIFA World Cup
  426. South Africa defeats England 15 - 6 to win the 2007 Rugby World Cup
  427. Pastor Michael Guglielmucci admits his cancer was a hoax; videos being removed from YouTube
  428. Spanish Football Federation sacks Lopetegui as team's head coach one day before FIFA World Cup
  429. Author Vine Deloria dies at 72
  430. Conspirator of USS Cole attack freed from prison
  431. London bomb survivors launch campaign for public inquiry
  432. Los Angeles Internatonal computer glitch causes four hour backup
  433. Thai opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva elected as new Prime Minister
  434. China school flood claims 91 lives
  435. Court decision means Floyd Landis loses Tour de France title
  436. Collingwood and St. Kilda draw 2010 AFL Grand Final
  437. Japan beats Aussie Spirit in first two games of series
  438. MLB: Yankees' Phil Hughes earns first win
  439. Slovak escapes from avalanche using urine
  440. American actor Arnold Stang dies at age 91
  441. Dollar General chain in US recalls sunglasses, toy cars
  442. Donald Trump reacts to 'Pimp' comments
  443. Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim remains the world’s richest man
  444. Kent Hovind faces a 58-count federal indictment
  445. 27 killed in Southwest China bus fire
  446. Wikinews Shorts: June 19, 2007
  447. Yingluck Shinawatra, former Thai prime minister, begins her trial in Bangkok over corruption allegations
  448. Bucharest boasts largest cinema complex in Southeastern Europe
  449. Four dead after Yemen police fire on protesters
  450. Exclusive: 'The Scientology Reformation' author examines Tom Cruise and David Miscavige
  451. Nigeria fireworks fire kills one, injures dozens
  452. Downing Street welcomes new resident cat
  453. Bill Gates releases mosquitoes during conference for malaria awareness
  454. Former Arizona Governor says he saw a UFO during the 1997 Phoenix Lights
  455. Kuwait stateless protest for rights
  456. 2008 Canadian Championship: Toronto FC vs. Montreal Impact
  457. Colonel Sanders statue lost in 1985 recovered from river in Japan
  458. PBS show asserts greenhouse gases, atmospheric pollutants dimming future
  459. Dell to offer Ubuntu Linux on some computers
  460. Linda Jackson confirmed mayor of Vaughan, Canada
  461. Sri Lankan government withdraws truce with Tamil rebels
  462. Obituaries: January 28-February 3, 2008
  463. IRA disbands military structure
  464. Brazilian environmentalists tell residents to urinate in shower to save water
  465. Edinburgh Airport runway damage causes delays
  466. Eleven soldiers killed in clash with rebels in the Philippines
  467. At least two die in 15-truck pileup in California
  468. Joe Biden wins 2020 US Democratic presidential primaries in Michigan, Missouri, and Mississippi
  469. African nations gather to support a ban on cluster bombs
  470. Indian Railways tie up with Bombardier Transportation
  471. New Zealand, Australia fly in extra personnel to help quell Solomon Island riots
  472. Japanese probe snatches first asteroid sample
  473. New Italian government proposes withdrawal of troops from Iraq
  474. Australian cricket team in India in 2007-08: 2nd ODI
  475. Conservative groups hold rally in Washington D.C. claiming U.S. elections were stolen from President Trump
  476. US government expands definition of rape to include men
  477. Ahmedabad's Sardar Patel Cricket inaugrated after being renamed as 'Narendra Modi Stadium'
  478. Rare woodpecker discovered in Arkansas
  479. Australian healthcare workers don't wash hands often enough
  480. Blunkett: Brown supported Iraq war to save job
  481. National Hockey League news: March 30, 2008
  482. Amber Alert canceled in Toronto
  483. World Bank warns of high bird flu cost
  484. Pink Floyd will reunite to play London's Live 8
  485. "Bigoted woman": controversial Gordon Brown remarks caught on air
  486. Jansa reelected President of Slovenian Democratic Party
  487. Google purchases YouTube for $1.65 billion
  488. Simon's Rock College tests Alan Turing theories with 'Imitation Game' experiment
  489. Jersey knife attack kills six
  490. Bush administration removes critical report from website, replaces Civil Rights Commission chair
  491. Chlorine spill in China's Jiangsu province kills 28, injures hundreds
  492. Hillary Clinton forms presidential exploratory committee
  493. U.S. Postal Service running out of money
  494. 'Davos man' versus 'Camp Igloo'; 42nd World Economic Forum convenes in Swiss alps
  495. Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck becomes king of Bhutan
  496. 2007/08 UEFA Champions League: Chelsea vs. Liverpool
  497. Space Shuttle Discovery lands for final time
  498. Kenya deports Somali businessman
  499. Afghan president Hamid Karzai opens new terminal at Kabul International Airport
  500. Liverpool One retail development opens