Sudan is blaming Israel for an airstrike that killed two people near the coastal city of Port Sudan.
Militants in Pakistan\'s southwestern province of Balochistan torched two tankers carrying fuel for U.S. and NATO
About 150 people were missing Wednesday after a boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea, the Italian Coast Guard said.
Today in miami a hearing is scheduled for the case involving the 2007 murder of former Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor. The alleged shooter, Er..
Clashes between Yemeni protesters and military and pro-government gangs continued Tuesday, claiming at least one life, as the future of President Ali Abdullah Saleh remained uncertain.
A source close to the Libya\'s leadership said an envoy is floating the idea of ruler Moammar Gadhafi passing his power to a son -- a notion rebel leaders deem merely cosmetic.
The leak of highly radioactive water into the Pacific from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has stopped, Tokyo Electric Power Company said.
The deputy chairman of Libya\'s Transitional National Council spoke with CNN\'s Reza Sayah on Tuesday as rebel forces came under intense artillery bombardment from Moammar Gadhafi\'s forces.
Fighters surrounded the presidential palace of Laurent Gbagbo on Tuesday, hoping to capture the embattled leader.
It was just before Christmas when Michel Martelly mulled over events in his troubled land and concluded that everything had been done to ensure loss for him at the polls.
A leader of a group for families of those lost in the crash of an Air France jet said Tuesday that despite the discovery of their remains on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, he wants the bodies of his loved ones left where they are.
The most dangerous city in Mexico -- Ciudad Juarez -- suffered one of its bloodiest stretches this year finishing with 41 homicides in a four day period, among them a 10-year-old boy who was shot and killed during an attack meant for his father, the spokesman for the Chihuahua state prosecutors office told CNN.
The Ecuadorian government on Tuesday declared the U.S. ambassador in that country, Heather Hodges, persona non grata and asked her to leave as soon as possible, the state-run Andes news agency reported. The decision was based on a State Department cable made public by WikiLeaks, it said.
American college student Pathik Root said he saw evidence of brutal beatings and torture of other prisoners during his almost two weeks in a Syrian jail.
ROYAL OAK, Mich.- A Detroit-area woman's posting on the social networking website Facebook led to doctors finding a kidney donor for her husband. Beaumont Hospital says 35-year-old..
TOKYO (AP) - For the first time, Japan is setting a standard for the amount of radiation allowed in fish. The decision today comes after radiation more than 7.5 million ..
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama is hoping Republicans and Democrats can reach an agreement on budget cuts after he meets with House Speaker John Boehner later this morning..
About 1,000 protesters gathered in front of Kabul University on Tuesday morning, as protests continue throughout Afghanistan to condemn the burning of a Quran by a pastor in the United States.
As the use of U.S. strike aircraft expires Monday, uncertainty lingers about whether Western allies will arm opposition members trying to oust Libyan ruler Moammar Gadhafi.
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