The manifesto urged nations to find peaceful ways to settle differences and to renounce the use of nuclear weapons, which only promised "universal death."
On June 30, 1985, 30 years ago today, Haruo Remeliik, the president of anti-nuclear Palau, had his brains blown out.
Robert Redford said moderate climate is going extinct.
Top leaders of seven nations at the G7 Summit discuss "the global economy as well as... foreign, security and development policy."
Deemed the worst earthquake to hit the nation in 80 years, the death toll has risen to more than 7,500.
The British passenger liner Lusitania was torpedoed by a German U-boat 18 miles off the Irish coast.
The death toll soared past 3,700, even without a full accounting from mountain villages that workers were still struggling to reach two days after the disaster.
Three decades after lethal gas swept through Bhopal, the central Indian city remains haunted by memories of the world's worst industrial disaster.
The Arctic may be cold, but the politics surrounding it are pretty hot. There is a great deal at stake.
Libya's interim government said that the fire could trigger a "humanitarian and environmental disaster" in Tripoli, appealing for "international help" to extinguish the inferno.