Security forces opened fire on protesters in northern Yemen on Friday morning, killing two people and injuring nine others, witnesses said.
Egypt\'s new prime minister, Essam Sharaf, appeared before thousands of protesters at Cairo\'s Tahrir Square Friday, telling them he was \"of the people\" and would resign if he failed in meeting their demands.
France\'s law banning the burqa and other Islamic face coverings in public places will go into effect on April 11, the prime minister\'s office said.
Authorities imposed curfews and limited access to city centers across Iraq as thousands of protesters demanded economic progress and an end to corruption, police said.
North Korea has demanded that South Korea immediately return 31 North Koreans who accidentally crossed over into South Korean waters on a fishing boat -- even though the South says four of them have decided to defect.
Venezuela\'s president says embattled Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi was receptive to the idea of an international commission coming to the North African country when the two heads of state spoke this week.
Tunisia\'s interim president declared Thursday that parliamentary elections will be held July 24. Fouad Mebazaa said he plans to continue serving in his interim role until the new parliament begins to work, the country\'s official news agency reported.
The man who shot and killed two American troops in Germany Wednesday was a recently radicalized Muslim whose aim was to kill American soldiers, a German official said Thursday.
A Pakistani court ruled Thursday that Raymond Davis, the CIA contractor accused of killing two Pakistani men, does not have diplomatic immunity.
Citing the need to bring its policies in line with the United States and Europe, the Israeli government indicated Thursday that it will move to join international sanctions against Iran.
The United States expressed concern Thursday about recent arrests in Zimbabwe of political and civil society activists and allegations by their lawyer that some of them were tortured.
Evidence is growing that a retired FBI agent who disappeared in Iran four years is being held in Asia, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Thursday.
A NATO commander called the military\'s killing of nine eastern Afghan boys thought to be insurgents \"a terrible mistake\" and promised disciplinary action if warranted.
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MADISON, Wis.- Police say they have found live ammunition scattered on the ground around the Wisconsin Capitol, where union-rights protests are in a third week. University of Wisco..
The Libyan military bombed two key towns in the east again, stepping up efforts to reclaim a region lost to rebels. Opposition forces told CNN they were working to maintain their positions. Q&A | GADHAFI PUT \'ON NOTICE\' | FULL STORY
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Mexican President Felipe Calderon travels to Washington Thursday to meet with President Barack Obama, House Speaker John Boehner and others during a two-day visit likely to include discussions on organized crime, immigration, and commerce.