Spanish court has ordered the interception of two United Sates vessels should they leave Gibraltar, amid a row over treasure from a shipwreck. A judge in Cadiz instructed police to capture the ships if they entered Spanish waters, Spanish media said.
Battle for conservation of sharks and cedar trees begins in The Hague
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species is expected to call for new limitations on commercial fisheries and timber, particularly certain species of sharks and cedar trees which are extensively used for furniture and humidors.
Thousands of peaceful British campaigners urged G8 leaders to keep their promises on tackling poverty as violence erupted at an anti-summit rally in Germany. The demonstration in London took place as protesters clashed with riot police in the northern German town of Rostock.
A £1 million reward has been offered to anyone who can find conclusive proof that the Loch Ness monster exists.
It's finally time to get out of the house and into a big glass of refreshing, hot-weather wine. What wines are perfect with cookouts and other summertime entertaining? Here's a short list.
Anchorage, United States ÃÂ¢€ Following last year's St. Kitts Declaration”, which mumbled that the moratorium on commercial whaling might not be necessary anymore, the anti-whaling countries have bounced back with a 37-4 vote for a resolution strengthening the commercial whaling ban.
France's agriculture minister said Thursday Europe's farming sector is a strategic industry that has already been significantly overhauled and called for no further unilateral concessions in the global free trade negotiations.
The Thirty-Seventh Regular Session of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) will open in Panama City, Panama, next Sunday, June 3, with a focus on Energy for Sustainable Development, in recognition of the fundamental importance of energy resources for the future of the nations of the region.
A total of 265 million male and female players and a further five million referees, coaches and other officials, a grand total of 270 million people, or 4% of the world's population, are involved in football.
Odyssey Marine Exploration, one of the world's leaders in the field of deep-ocean shipwreck exploration stated Thursday that claims of an alleged lawsuit against Odyssey by the Spanish government were false.