Facing international condemnation for its bloody crackdown on protesters, the Syrian regime is expanding an intimidation campaign to keep people off the streets, according to human rights activists.Full story
Upstairs in a public house on the English south coast, 18 men are preparing to take on the pirates of the Indian Ocean. Full story
Fearing more defections like those of Gadhafi's foreign minister and UN ambassador, the Libyan government has posted security guards with every cabinet member. NBC's Jim Maceda reports.
A Libyan woman tells foreign journalists at a Tripoli hotel that she had been seized and raped repeatedly by pro-Gadhafi forces. NBC’s Jim Maceda reports.
While the New York Times reports that embassy worker Raymond Davis, accused of gunning down two men in Lahore, is a CIA operative, officials maintain he is a security officer who was defending himself during a robbery attempt. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.
NBC’s Brian Williams reports on the latest as Americans and other foreign nationals try to escape from Egypt.
A woman who is seen falling into a fountain on a Pennsylvania mall security camera is threatening to sue the facility for releasing the video, the security guard who posted the video online has been fired. Attorneys Paul Callan and Jonna Spilbor weigh in on whether the woman has a legitimate complai
Security guards watch over an entrance of the Yvon Lambert museum on its reopening on April 19, 2011 in the French southern city of Avignon, two days after the vandalism incident on "Immersion Piss Christ", a controversial piece of art by US artist Andres Serrano, which was partially destroyed by tw
Ugandan security agents arrest Forum for Democratic Change leader Kizza Besigye
A security officer stands next to a Mesopotamia relief from the Nineveh north Palace from about 640-645 BC during an exhibition, ???The Splendors of Mesopotamia??? at Manarat al-Saadiyat Island, in Abu Dhabi on April 5, 2011.