May 21, 2013
With at least 91 people dead and dozens of injured, Oklahoma city has been hit by one of the most tragic tornados in the US since 1890. President Barack Obama signs disaster declaration.
A man opened fire with a pistol outside the office of the Italian prime minister on Sunday morning, wounding two policemen, according to witnesses quoted by television networks.
Three women who vanished as teenagers about a decade ago were discovered alive in a house in Cleveland, and the home's owner and his two brothers were arrested, police said today.
More than a month after the sudden and tragic flood in La Plata City, images continue to shock capturing how water destroyed everything in its path.
At an emotional news conference in Russia, her face pinched under her black head scarf, the mother of two men suspected of carrying out the Boston bombings Zubeidat Tsarnaeva criticized the US police for shooting dead Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, four days after the bombing.
Economy Minister Hernán Lorenzino faced an awkward situation during an interview he granted to a Greek television network. When asked about Argentina’s inflation statistics, he requested to stop the recording and said he wanted to leave.
Uruguay's President José Mujica was caught referring to Cristina Fernández as "that old lady" by an open microphone when giving a press conference in Sarandí Grande, Uruguay this morning and when talking about the lately tensed commercial relationships between the two neighboring countries.
Liverpool striker Luis Suárez has been dubbed a "cannibal" by British media after his shameful bite on Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic in a Premier League match.