“ Truth Lies Beyond Mainstream ”
A second person dies after contracting Legionnaires' disease in Edinburgh.
Australia announces plans to create the world's largest marine reserve.
2012 LZ1, a large near-Earth asteroid, is scheduled to pass by the planet.
A 10-year-old girl receives what is believed to be the world's first stem cell assisted vein transplant.
HBO issues a public apology for any offence suffered after the use of a severed head in "Game of Thrones"; the head on a spike is said to resemble that of former U.S. president George W. Bush.
Venezuela's president Hugo Chávez gives a televised address from the country's defence ministry to discuss his defence plans.
A new survey finds that global support for U.S. president Barack Obama has declined since 2009.
Addressing the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization, Argentina's President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner demands the United Kingdom enters negotiations over the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands.
A ceremony is held in the Falkland Islands capital Stanley to mark the 30th anniversary of the end of the Falklands War.
A woman forced
Photos of a woman forced to have an illegal abortion by Chinese authorities due to the country's One-Child Policy spark controversy.
Mental health problems are no longer to be a bar to becoming an MP in the United Kingdom.
Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
The UK Supreme Court dismisses a bid by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to reopen his appeal against extradition to Sweden over alleged sex crimes.
British Prime Minister David Cameron appears before the Leveson Inquiry. The hearing is told of his relationship with former News International Chief Executive Rebekah Brooks, while he says his decision to appoint Andy Coulson as his Director of Communications will haunt him.
José Treviño Morales
José Treviño Morales, an alleged money launderer of the Mexican criminal group Los Zetas and a prominent quarter horse racer in the U.S., is arrested in Lexington, Oklahoma.
U.S. Secretary of State
United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says that the supreme leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un "has a choice to make" about the country's current policies.
An explosion at a government-owned steel plant in Visakhapatnam, India kills 11 and severely injures 16 others.
Coca-Cola says that it will start doing business in Burma after sixty years as soon as the U.S. government issues a license allowing American companies to make such investments.
Nokia announces it will cut 10,000 jobs.
German deputy finance minister Steffen Kampeter rejects calls to pool European debt, saying "debt is a national responsibility."
Westlife singer Shane Filan is declared bankrupt.
The U.S. military expands its secret network of air bases across Africa, according to reports in the U.S. media.
Indonesian police kill separatist leader Mako Tabuni, causing violent protests.
Violent protests demanding election reform in Togo enter into a third day.
Mexican drug war
Mexican Drug War: Víctor Manuel Báez Chino, a journalist for the Mexican newspaper "Milenio", is found dead after being kidnapped in the coastal state of Veracruz.
Egypt's supreme court calls for the dissolution of the lower house of parliament and for fresh elections after ruling that last year's parliamentary vote was unconstitutional.
Tunisian authorities ban protests planned for Friday.
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