Prime Minister David Cameron faces intense scrutiny over his close ties to Murdoch family and current and former News Corporation executives.
Wall Street Journal's Les Hinton resigns, along with UK police chief; News Corp exec Rebekah Brooks arrested.
After Greece, Italy is the latest Eurozone country to come under pressure from financial markets.
Andy Coulson who last week resigned as Cameron's aid, was a former editor at News of the World.
British detectives investigating the illegal phone hacking conducted by the tabloid's staff say the number of victims could exceed 4,000.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation losing advertisers and seeing its stock drop over mobile phone hacking scandal.
Investigators have serious doubts about the credibility of the hotel housekeeper who accused Dominique Strauss-Khan of rape and sexual assault.
The Spanish olive oil industry is being damaged by cheap costs to consumers.
A traditional legal code called the kanun fuels persistent blood feuds in Albania. Some are trying to end the bloody tradition.
European countries soon will likely bail out Greece, paying massive amounts of money to stave off a default. Will Greece's problems spread throughout the world?