CUMBRIA (GaeaTimes.com)- A small earthquake measuring 3.6 on the Richter scale rattled Cumbria last night.
DUBLIN - A dissident Irish Republican Army car bomb damaged a hotel, bank and other businesses but caused no injuries Tuesday in the Northern Ireland city of Londonderry, the sixth such attack this year in the British territory.
BELFAST, Northern Ireland - A car bomb explosion has damaged businesses in Northern Ireland, but no injuries have been reported.
PARIS - Japan and Sweden joined the U.S.
- BP says oil spill costs rise to $11.2 billion
- Search for missing US balloon pilots intensifies
- Terror plot in Europe prompted drone strikes
- Jimi Heselden Passes Away
- UK says IRA dissident attack in England likely
- UK raises terror alert due to Irish dissidents
- Bomb attack kills 12 people in western Iran
- Bomb attack kills 10 people in western Iran
- Commonwealth Games chief rushing to New Delhi
- Commonwealth Games at risk with under 2 weeks left
- NATO says 9 service members killed in copter crash
- Dutch arrest alleged UK terror suspect at airport
- Fears of violence in Pakistan after London slaying
- UK spy chief warns of dissident Republican threat
- Summary Box: BP's Hayward defends safety record
- BP's Hayward defends safety record to UK lawmakers
- BP's Hayward defends company's safety record
- 70 years on, Battle of Britain pilots remember
- BP's Hayward to testify to UK lawmakers on spill
- George Michael gets 8 weeks jail for drug driving
- 4th missile strike in Pakistan in 24 hrs kills 5
- Analysts: BP report supports case, buoys investors
- Sinn Fein chief met priest involved in '72 bombing
- Big quake aftershocks plague New Zealand city
- Sharp series of aftershocks strike New Zealand
- Arrest in NIreland blast that wounded 3 children
- BP's life on frontiers of energy industry at risk
- Attacks raise concerns in Northern Ireland
- Report: Cover-up in 1972 NIreland bombing
- Report: Gov't cover-up in 1972 NIreland bombing
- George Michael pleads guilty to drug offenses
- UK oil regulator: Safety record is not good enough
- 70 years on from WWII, Britain remembers 'the few'
- After slow start, aid finally flowing to Pakistan
- Angelina Jolie urges aid for flood-hit Pakistan