NEWS WATCH: Romania Holds Parliamentary Elections Amid Economic Crisis

By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife

BUDAPEST/BUCHAREST (BosNewsLife)-- Voters in Romania were electing a new parliament Sunday, November 30, amid concerns the global economic crisis will bring layoffs and painful austerity measures to the former Communist nation. Opinion polls showed that voters were likely to punish Romania's current pro-Western leaders who have been criticized as out of touch with Romanians.

URGENT BREAKING NEWS: Hundreds Dead As Christians, Muslims Clash In Nigeria

By BosNewsLife Africa Service

JOS, NIGERIA (BosNewsLife)-- At least some 400 people have been killed and thousands forced to flee their homes in the central Nigerian city of Jos where Christians and Muslims clashed in the worst sectarian violence in Africa's most populous nation in years.Fighting began Friday, November 28, amid a dispute over the result of a local election, witnesses said Saturday, November 29.

BREAKING NEWS: Christians, Jews Among Those Killed In Mumbai Attacks

Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife with reporting from India

MUMBAI, INDIA (BosNewsLife)-- Indian security forces regained control of Mumbai Saturday, November 29, after the worst terrorist assault in the country's history killed nearly 200 people, including Christians and Jews, officials said. Some 60 hours after a group of gunmen threw India's commercial capital into bloody chaos by attacking a train station, hospitals, hotels and other high profile targets, officials said all of the suspected Islamic militants were killed or captured.

BREAKING NEWS WATCH: More Foreign Guests in Besieged Hotels Freed (TERROR WATCH)

MUMBAI, INDIA (BosNewsLife)-- Indian military commandos attempted to neutralize remaining terrorists at three locations in Mumbai Friday, Nobember 28, and free remaining hostages and hotel guests there. About 120 people have been killed and more than 300 injured in shootings, explosions and fires since the attacks began late Wednesday, November 27.