Angola’s Leila Lopes crowned Miss Universe

Sao Paolo : Black beauty, Miss Angola Leila Lopes was crowned Miss Universe by Miss Mexico and Miss Universe 2010 Ximena Navarrete as she beat 88 other

Djokovic Defeats Nadal to clinch First U.S. Open Title

New York: World No. 1 Novak Djokovic captured his first US Open title by defeating defending champion Rafael Nadal 6-2, 6-4, 6-7(3), 6-1 in four hours and ten minutes to earn his first U.S. Open title and third Grand Slam trophy of 2011. Along

US not interested in resolving Ossama issue before 9/11

Afghanistan: Former senior aide to the Taliban leader, Mullah Omar said that the Taliban government in Afghanistan offered to present Osama bin Laden for a trial long

Niger, Saadi Gaddafi’s new home

Libya: Gaddafi’s son Saadi Gaddafi has fled and sought exile in neighboring Niger. A convoy of eight or nine vehicles was stopped while passing through the desert that separates the two countries by Niger authorities and they found that

Israel diplomats evacuated from Cairo

Cairo: Israel’s ambassador Yitzhak Levanon and other diplomatic officers have been evacuated from Cairo. Israel Radio stated that the diplomats had safely landed in Israel. Israel’s consul for state affairs has been left behind to maintain its embassy

9/11 Memorial to replace Ground Zero

New York: 9/11 Memorial is to be built in the place of Ground Zero in New York. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has asked citizens to refer to the new WTC site as the 9/11 Memorial and not as ‘Ground

Russian plane crash: 43 killed, 2 survivors

Moscow: A Russian passenger jet carrying Russia’s premier ice hockey team to their season-opening match crashed shortly after takeoff in western Russia, killing 43 people and leaving two critically injured, including several former

Bani Walid talks fail: Libya

Libya: Libyan interim government forces talks with the Gaddafi loyalists at Bani Walid have failed. The only next option would be using military force. The government has handed over the matter to military commanders. The

Typhoon Talas torments Shikoku island: Japan

Shikoku: Typhoon Talas cut across western Japan, leaving at least two people dead and five missing it has also created landfall in southern Japan officials and press reports said. “The typhoon, packing gusts of up to 108 kilometres per

Turkey expels Israeli ambassador

Turkey: Turkey expelled Israels ambassador and suspended all military agreements as they refused to apologize for raiding Gaza bound Flotilla last year. A UN report claims that, Israel used excesive force but Israel has