SHOCKER: Juarez Cartel Hitman Admits to 800 Murders

A witness in the ongoing murder trial of Arturo Gallegos Castrellon, who is accused of killing three U.S. Consulate workers and family members in Juarez, has made a shocking revelation before the jurors that Barrio Azteca gang had daily murder quota to instill fear in police and the public, and that he stopped counting the number of people he killed at 800. Jesus Ernesto Chavez Castillo felt he did the right thing by killing others. Feb 12, 2014

Nepal’s Connection to Nelson Mandela, South Africa

Considering he is a person who held 250 awards, including the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993, and after whom parks, flowers, museums, stadiums, hospitals and schools were named in various parts of the world, it isn't a surprise that all countries instantly connect to the 'giant' man in history - Mr. Nelson Mandela Dec 6, 2013

India Seeks Release of Jailed Indian Sailor in Togo

Indian merchant ship's Captain Sunil James who has been jailed in Togo, West Africa since July, is desperately awaited back home for conducting the last rites for his 11-month son who died on 2 December of septicemia. Dec 6, 2013