An Iranian nuclear energy plant could be weeks away from producing electricity for the country\'s national grid, national media outlets reported Saturday.
The presidents of Colombia and Ecuador announced Friday they will resume full diplomatic relations after more than two years of estrangement.
Authorities sent in the military to help quell violence that continued Friday in the slums of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, with criminal gangs torching at least two more buses and five cars before dawn, state media reported.
Diplomatic cables expected to be released soon by WikiLeaks could contain highly sensitive information that reveals U.S. negotiating positions, secret intelligence and other confidential matters, a former U.S. ambassador to Russia told CNN.
The recent news developments in North Korea, including last week\'s shelling of a South Korean island, illustrates a growing instability that \"could be very dangerous,\" Admiral Mike Mullen said in an interview with CNN\'s Fareed Zakaria.
Tensions between the Koreas remain high as China appeared to criticize the U.S.-South Korean military exercise set to begin Sunday in the Yellow Sea.
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SAN DIEGO (AP) - U.S. authorities say more than 20 tons of marijuana was seized in connection with a cross-border tunnel that was equipped with a rail car - the second discovery of..
WASHINGTON (AP) - 'Tis now the season at the White House. A day after celebrating Thanksgiving, the White House shifted into Christmas mode on Friday as Michelle Obama and daughte..
Security forces in Saudi Arabia have arrested 149 people alleged to be members of al Qaeda, the Saudi Interior Ministry said on Friday.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama needed 12 stitches in his lip after taking an errant elbow during a pickup basketball game Friday with a group of family and friends visiti..
Within a year that saw a massive earthquake, a spreading cholera epidemic, and recurring signs of government instability, the poorest country in the western hemisphere is gearing up for its latest battle -- presidential elections.
LONDON (AP) - A senior Afghan official has blamed the British secret service for bringing a Taliban impostor to take part in top-level peace talks with the Afghan government, newsp..
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) - Haiti's presidential candidates are wrapping up their campaigns with loud, musical rallies. The major candidates are focusing their last-ditch efforts ..
LONDON (AP) - U.S. allies around the world have been briefed by American diplomats about an expected release of classified U.S. files by the WikiLeaks website that is likely to cau..
MIAMI (AP) - An American Airlines passenger on a flight from the Dominican Republic to Miami was hospitalized upon arrival after experiencing possible symptoms of cholera. Airline ..
SUVA, Fiji (AP) - Three teenage boys who spent 50 days adrift in a tiny boat in the South Pacific walked ashore on shaky legs Friday after their chance rescue - celebrated on their..
Evidence of man-made warming has increased in the past year, according to one of the world leading climate research centers.
A new operation will begin next year to find the debris of Air France Flight 447, which mysteriously crashed into the southern Atlantic Ocean last year, French officials said.
It can be an odd feeling, returning to a place you once lived. Odder still, when that place belonged to the man who trafficked you across continents.