Fighting between Libyan rebels and government troops raged around the eastern Libyan oil town of Brega throughout the weekend as NATO warplanes launched a sustained pre-dawn raid on Tripoli\'s eastern suburbs.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday the United States \"strongly supports\" the austerity measures that Greece has taken to try to avert potential financial disaster.
Egypt\'s finance and industry ministers have quit, amid protests calling for the interim government to quicken the pace of reform, officials said Sunday.
Zimbabwe\'s electoral commission is not able to conduct the country\'s elections this year unless it gets cash injection from the government; a state-owned weekly newspaper reported Sunday.
Fighting flared in Yemen\'s volatile south Saturday, as security forces -- backed by armed tribesmen -- battled Islamic militants in the region, eyewitnesses said.
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China spoke out strongly Sunday against a meeting between U.S. President Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama, saying it \"hurt the feelings of the Chinese people and harmed Sino-U.S. relations.\"
NATO says it is investigating a Saturday attack by a man wearing an Afghan army uniform who opened fire on International Security Assistance Forces in southern Afghanistan, killing one.
Rupert Murdoch apologizes to the British public with full-page advertisements in seven national newspapers, a day after two senior executives resigned over the phone hacking scandal.
At least one person was killed Saturday when Syrian security forces opened fire on protesters in the easterm town of Albu Kamal, according to the activist group Local Coordination Committees in Syria.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, while praising Turkey\'s rise as a regional and economic power, Saturday urged the government to improve its record on freedom of expression and equal protection for all citizens.
For $700, you could buy 200 gallons of gas, a souped-up iPad or, in India, a house.
Separate blasts in Iraq killed nine people and left dozens wounded in attacks targeting pilgrims near the Shiite holy city of Karbala, authorities said Saturday.
A reactor at Japan\'s Ohi nuclear plant will be shut down following problems with an emergency cooling system, Kansai Electric said Saturday.
The U.S. Consulate General in Mexico\'s violence-torn city, Ciudad Juarez, has issued a warning for American citizens in the state of Chihuahua.
China says it is opposed to an upcoming meeting between the U.S. president and Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, and is calling on Barack Obama to cancel the visit.
A United Nations report details new allegations of violence, including perhaps mass graves, in the volatile border state of Southern Kordofan in Sudan.
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