Mumbai police tried to hush one of the world's largest and noisiest cities on Monday by asking drivers to refrain from endlessly honking their horns, but their message appeared to have been drowned out in the cacophony.
Egyptians angry with the government about high prices set fire to shops and two schools in a Nile Delta textile town on Sunday after police thwarted plans for a general strike and countrywide protests.
By Julie Mollins TORONTO (Reuters Life!) - When Master Corporal Paul Franklin started collecting war rugs while serving with the Canadian Forces in Afghanistan he did not know he would be part of a growing global trend.
British supermodel Naomi Campbell was released on bail early Friday April 4st after being arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer at London's Heathrow airport, officials and her spokeswoman said.
British newspapers drew inspiration from French President Nicolas Sarkozy's recent trip state visit to London Tuesday April 1st, notably joking about his height among a clutch of April Fool-style stories.