Korea tensions over claims that warship was sunk by torpedo By David Williams and Paul Bentley for the Daily Mail Updated: 06:12 EST, 7 February 2014 A South Korean navy ship was sunk yesterday in what was feared to have been a torpedo
The rich will keep getting richer: 300 wealthiest people in the world are more than $500 billion better off than this time last year, and Bill Gates is back on top Top 300 billionaires add $524 billion to their net worth in 2013 Total wealth of world's richest people
Mystery wolf slayer who leaves the dead animals displayed in Tuscan villages has shot seven of them and STRANGLED one in bizarre vendetta Eight endangered wolves found dead since the beginning of NovemberKillers left carcasses in village piazzas and on the steps of a theatreSheep farmers thought to be behind
Police task force begins hunt for sniper suspect tied to 22 car shootings in two weeks• Police are pursuing a male sniper suspect for nearly two dozen cars shootings in Michigan that began October 16 • More than 100 local officers, sheriff's deputies, state troopers and federal agents are
Tens of thousands of wild horses face mass slaughter after mustangs breed too fast on the great plainsIconic horse of the American west threatens natural ecosystemsAround 37, 000 mustangs roam the US ranges over ten statesAnother 50,000 held in temporary pastures Officials say populations have hit a 'critical mass'