The eyes of the world's media are fixed on New York's notorious Rikers Island jail, with ex-IMF boss Dominique Strauss-Kahn set to emerge to freedom. But it is not freedom as the global high-flier knows it.
The media frenzy continues to swirl around Dominique Strauss-Kahn. The pressure has mounted to such an extent that the Secretary of the US Treasury now says the IMF should appoint an interim chief to replace the 62-year-old Frenchman.
"He is obviously no longer in a position to run the IMF and I think it is important that the board of the IMF formally put in place for an interim period somebody to act as Managing Director." Timothy Geithner told New York's Harvard Club on Tuesday.
A suspected cannibal has been arrested in Moscow. He's thought to have butchered at least one of his acquaintances, and was found by police eating a meal that contained human liver. RT's Peter Oliver has the details.
Pakistan has been defending its commitment to fighting terrorism after Osama Bin Laden was tracked down to a villa only 60 miles from the capital Islamabad. Sky's Special Correspondent Alex Crawford has travelled to Abbottabad and visited the compound where Bin Laden was killed. She sent this report.
Carrie Lemack, the co-founder of the Global Survivors Network, lost her mother in the September 11, 2001, attacks, and speaks to Al Jazeera here about how the killing of Osama Bin Laden is not a cause for celebration for her.