Fighting between Yemeni security forces and members of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula have left people on both sides dead over the past two days, Yemeni security forces said.
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The internationally recognized president of Ivory Coast said he rejects the latest African Union envoy selected to help resolve the nation\'s tense political standoff.
Suspected Taliban fighters kidnapped 50 people -- including police officers -- in northeastern Afghanistan Sunday, police said.
Traces of radioactive iodine were detected Saturday in China\'s Heilongjiang province, a Chinese government agency told state-run media.
Libyan security forces dragged a woman away after she burst into a Tripoli hotel to tell journalists that Moammar Gadhafi\'s forces had raped her. FULL STORY REBELS ADVANCE
Groups cheering for or against the ongoing unrest in four Middle Eastern countries took to the streets outside the White House on Saturday. The demonstrations were organized by separate groups but took place concurrently, with each group taking up space on the street and peacefully speaking out about events in Libya, Bahrain, Syria and Yemen.
Scattered violence broke out Saturday as tens of thousands of demonstrators marched through central London to protest proposed austerity measures and public sector spending cuts.
When Jimmy Carter arrived on his last visit to Cuba in 2002, Fidel Castro himself was on the tarmac to greet the former U.S. president.
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh told an Arab television network that he is \"ready to step down with respect and dignity, even within a two hours notice.\"
A day after violent protests erupted in the restive city of Daraa, where dozens of people were killed, hundreds of Syrians demonstrated peacefully without security forces present, a witness said Saturday.
Colombian armed forces have killed 15 guerrillas in the western province of Cauca, President Juan Manuel Santos said Saturday.
President Barack Obama urged the disputed leader of Ivory Coast to step down to prevent more violence as the nation grapples with postelection clashes that have left hundreds dead.
Civilians were accidentally killed during a NATO airstrike in Afghanistan, the organization\'s International Security Assistance Force said in a statement Saturday.
At least 15 people were killed as thousands took to the streets in or made their way to the restive Syrian city of Daraa, where deadly clashes erupted over the last week between protesters and security forces.
Warplanes roared through the skies over the Libya capital, Tripoli, early Friday, dropping bombs on the outskirts of the city where military bases are located.
An attempted pirate attack was disrupted by U.S. Navy forces supporting Operation Enduring Freedom, officials said Friday.
Outside the Libyan city of Ajdabiya, tents have sprouted in the rolling desert, where the sands blow and farmers grow figs and grapes.
Escalating violence and fears of war have forced nearly 1 million residents to flee Abidjan, the commercial capital of Ivory Coast, the U.N. refugee agency said Friday, with scores more uprooted across the country.
WASHINGTON- The White House is urging Syria's government to cease attacks on protesters and pursue political dialogue as violence escalates in several Syrian cities. Obama spokesma..