NASA rover launched to seek out life clues on Mars

Video, Reuters

(Reuters) - An unmanned Atlas 5 rocket blasted off from Florida on Saturday, launching a $2.5 billion nuclear-powered NASA rover toward Mars to look for clues on what could sustain life on the Red Planet...Read Remaining News...

VU - The FBI is playing videos of Russian spy Anna Chapman

videos of Russian spy Anna Chapman
Videos of Russian spy Anna Chapman

The FBI on Monday on its website videos, photos and documents from its investigation ten years in Anna Chapman, the glamorous Russian spy, and nine other officials expelled from Moscow in July 2010 by the United States. The first video shows the beautiful declassified spy, whose nude photos have been around the world, the table of a cafe in New York June 26, 2010 with an undercover U.S. agent...Read Remaining News...

China says to launch unmanned space-docking craft

China says to launch unmanned space-docking craft
Launch unmanned space-docking craft

(Reuters) - China said on Wednesday it will launch within weeks its first spacecraft capable of docking with a module it put into orbit last month, in what will mark a crucial test of its growing space program...Read Remaining News...

Gaddafi's Killed Video

Gaddafi's Killed Video

Why Iran may have wanted ambassador dead?

Tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran have increased this year

Editor's note: Jane Kinninmont is a senior research fellow at the Middle East and North Africa Program at the British think tank, Chatham House, and an expert on reform in the Arab world.

London (CNN) -- Tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran have increased this year, particularly over Bahrain and Syria, and relations are likely to worsen on the news of the alleged Iranian plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in Washington.

But ironically, the rise of more representative governments in key Arab countries poses risks to both Iran and Saudi Arabia.

While each country will seek to defend its allies against uprisings (for Saudi Arabia, the Bahraini ruling family; and for Iran, the Syrian regime), neither will be able to control or dominate the changing regional dynamics -- and both have reasons to worry about the risk of unrest at home...Read Remaining News...