A second man has died from clashes in Bahrain, the country\'s interior ministry said, as the man participated in the funeral procession of a protester killed during recent unrest in the country.
The parents of Amanda Knox, an American convicted of murdering her British roommate in 2007, were indicted Tuesday for allegedly libeling police in Perugia, Italy, in an interview in London\'s The Sunday Times, Italy\'s ANSA news agency reported.
As Egypt marks a public holiday Tuesday to commemorate Prophet Mohammed\'s birthday, the county\'s Interior Ministry is trying to connect with the public through Facebook -- a social networking site some credit with helping topple a regime of almost 30 years.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Defending his new budget as one of "tough choices," President Barack Obama said Tuesday that more difficult decisions about the nation's biggest expenses - Medica..
President Barack Obama on Tuesday urged Pakistan to release a jailed U.S. diplomat accused of killing two people, warning his prosecution could endanger the \"important principle\" of diplomatic immunity.
A judge in Ecuador this week awarded $8.64 billion to Ecuadorian residents of the Amazon who had sued Chevron for years of crude oil pollution, but both sides said Tuesday they will appeal the verdict.
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