CAIRO (AP) - A hospital official in Libya's second-largest city says 15 people have been killed when commandos opened fire on mourners leaving a funeral for protesters seeking Moam..
WASHINGTON (AP) - A University of Georgia scientist has gone public with video and slides showing how oil from the BP spill remains stuck on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico...
More than 100 people were injured, 12 of them critically, when a metal platform at a soccer stadium collapsed during a youth tournament in Lima, Peru, the state-run news agency Andina reported.
Over 1,000 protesters clashed with security forces in Kuwait on Friday, demanding greater rights for longtime residents who are not citizens of the country.
Cuba is set to release seven prisoners, including a dissident arrested in a notorious crackdown on the opposition in 2003, the Roman Catholic Church said.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A birthplace of the progressive movement is crackling with a fervor not seen in decades, as students from the famously liberal University of Wisconsin team up ..
Prison sentences have been dropped against two German journalists charged with espionage in Iran for interviewing the son and lawyer of a woman condemned to die by stoning, Iranian state television reported Saturday.
Researchers are developing a specialized skin \"printing\" system that could be used in the future to treat soldiers wounded on the battlefield.
Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan will be unable to withstand mounting U.S. pressure and their only option will be to break with al Qaeda and join a peaceful dialogue on the country\'s future, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Friday.
Demonstrators seeking reform in Bahrain\'s royal government flooded into the capital\'s Pearl Roundabout after police and then soldiers pulled out.
Somali pirates hijacked a yacht with four Americans on board in the Indian Ocean, U.S. military officials said Saturday.
Tens of thousands of protesters marched Friday in Benghazi, Libya on Friday, carrying the bodies of those killed in this week\'s clashes through the streets of the northern coastal city, said an opposition movement spokesman who has been monitoring events in the isolated North African nation.
At least four people were killed and dozens hurt in clashes Friday in the Bahrain capital, an ambulance worker says. The violence comes a day after a deadly crackdown on protesters. FULL STORY | ZAKARIA | PHOTOS | VIDEO
Egypt has agreed to allow two Iranian warships to cross through the Suez Canal in a move that puts the country\'s new military regime in a prickly position with its Israeli neighbor.
The United States on Friday vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution that would have declared Israeli settlements in the West Bank illegal. FULL STORY | PALESTINIANS: OBAMA POLICY BIASED
The mother of a Cuban political prisoner who died after a prolonged hunger strike a year ago has been detained ahead of the first anniversary of his death, according to family.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The government has replaced a Bush-era rule that became a flash point in the debate over abortions, clarifying that doctors and nurses have a long-standing federa..
CAIRO - A Libyan doctor says 35 protesters were killed in the eastern city of Benghazi during clashes Friday with security forces amid protests demanding the ouster of the longtime..
WASHINGTON- The government has replaced a Bush-era rule that became a flash point in the debate over abortions, clarifying that doctors and nurses have a long-standing federal righ..
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A Minnesota puppy who escaped a likely deadly trip through the mail has found a new home with a Minneapolis woman. Terri Ford won a drawing Friday to become the ..