Prince Laurent of Belgium testifies in marine fraud case

Tuesday, January 9, 2007 This article features in a News Brief from Audio Wikinews: Prince Laurent of Belgium, the youngest son of King Albert II of Belgium, has been questioned last night by the federal police and is attending today’s court session in Hasselt in a marine fraud case that has gripped Belgian media since…

Former SA Deputy President Appears In Court

Tuesday, October 11, 2005 Former Deputy President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, has appeared in a Durban court to face corruption charges. Mr Zuma was dismissed by the President, Thabo Mbeki, earlier in the year, following the conviction on fraud charges of his financial advisor, Schabir Shaik.

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School in Edinburgh, Scotland sealed off; put on radioactive alert

Wednesday, February 27, 2008 A school located in Edinburgh, Scotland was sealed off on Wednesday night after reports of several packages containing radioactive materials were found on the school grounds. Reports say that the packages, in one box, were marked as plutonium, radium and strontium. The packages were later discovered to be just low risk…

Three terrorists gunned down by police in India

Thursday, June 1, 2006 An attack against the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh headquarters in Nagpur was thwarted by the Maharashtra police early today morning. The militants were driving a white Ambassador car and were armed with AK-47s. They were confronted and killed by security forces as they tried to break through the security cordon surrounding the…

Bush urges OPEC to raise output whilst in Saudi Arabia

Tuesday, January 15, 2008 President Bush is calling on the world’s major oil-producing countries to increase their output whilst in Saudi Arabia, where Mr. Bush also issued another warning to Iran. President Bush is publicly urging OPEC to increase oil supply on international markets, and he is doing it while in the world’s largest oil…

Police evict Vestas protesters

Friday, August 7, 2009 The remaining six workers staging an occupation in Newport, Isle of Wight, England have left peacefully after police entered their factory. After barricading the office which has served as a living quarters for 19 nights against police entry, three of the workers, Justin Moody, Mark Smith, and Dave Arbuthnott, exited via…

Appalachia Mountains coal company plays State politics

Tuesday, August 2, 2005 Massey Energy Co., the fourth largest coal producer in the U.S., filed a federal lawsuit against the Governor of West Virginia, Joe Manchin. Massey’s CEO Don Blankenship alleged that Gov. Manchin acted in retaliation against the company’s coal mining operations because the company spent $650,000 in an advertising campaign to defeat…