A radical Indonesian cleric was indicted Monday on seven terrorism charges in the South Jakarta District Court.
Hundreds of Italians took to the streets in some 200 cities across the country Sunday in protest of Prime Minister\'s Silvio Berlusconi\'s alleged behavior toward women.
Japan has slipped to the world\'s third largest economy, falling behind the blistering speed of China\'s manufacturing growth, according to Japanese figures released Monday.
Egypt\'s military dissolved parliament and will run the country for six months or until elections are held, it said in a statement Sunday, two days after President Hosni Mubarak resigned. POLICE, BANKERS STRIKE | FULL STORY
Hundreds of anti-government protesters marched toward a presidential palace in Yemen on Sunday, calling for regime change in the Middle Eastern country.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama sends his 2012 budget proposal to Congress tomorrow, and a summary obtained by The Associated Press indicates the administration will propo..
WASHINGTON (AP) - House Speaker John Boehner says he thinks the Obama administration has handled "a very difficult situation" in Egypt about as well as possible.The Ohio Republican..
CAIRO (AP) - Egypt's military leaders have met two key demands of protesters: dissolving parliament and suspending the constitution. They say the steps are temporary and they will ..
More than 100 people were killed and scores of others injured in clashes between the Southern Sudan government and forces loyal to a militia leader last week, a Southern Sudan official said.
Amid public outrage over government corruption, unemployment and a lack of basic services, Iraq\'s parliament approved the appointments of eight new ministers to the Cabinet on Sunday -- but key security posts remain empty.
Israel\'s defense minister said Sunday he is not concerned the relationship between his nation and Egypt will fray with the departure of longtime Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, but cautioned against rushing into elections.
Eleven people were killed and 29 injured during a stampede at an election rally for Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, officials said.
Egyptians on Saturday cleared debris that from Tahrir Square, a sign that Cairo and the rest of the country were ready to rebuild and get back to work while the country formulates a plan for governance.
Two prominent Cuban dissidents who had refused to leave prison were released against their wishes on Saturday as the Cuban government continues to free opposition activists arrested during a notorious crackdown in 2003.
CAMP PENDLETON (AP) - A faster, high-tech seafaring tank for U.S. Marines has hit setbacks and cost overruns during the past two decades, and now it is one of the pricier items on ..
ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) - Algerian protesters are vowing to continue demonstrations until the government falls. Thousands defied a ban on protests today..
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama is welcoming the Egyptian military's commitment to a democratic civilian transition and to the country's international obligations, most no..
CAIRO (AP) - As Egyptians continue to celebrate the resignation of their longtime president, protesters are debating whether to end the demonstrations that drove him from office.A ..
Iranian authorities have blocked the word \"Bahman\" -- the 11th month of the Persian calendar -- from Internet searches within the country, according to an opposition website.
The Obama administration launched into diplomatic outreach throughout the Middle East Saturday, even as it tries to determine the composition of the Egyptian military council and the exact lines of authority in the future Egyptian government.