Indonesia\'s Mount Merapi, which has killed at least 31 people, is spewing hot ash clouds, sending residents fleeing the area once more.
A tabloid in Uganda put out what it calls a list of 10 gay and lesbian people in the African nation, urging readers to report them to the police.
A U.S. military commission sentenced Guantanamo detainee Omar Khadr on Sunday to 40 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to the murder of an American soldier, but Khadr will serve just eight years as part of his plea agreement.
At least 32 people were wounded, five seriously, in an apparent suicide bombing in the center of Istanbul on Sunday, police said. A second device was found on the bomber\'s body, an official said.
The explosive found hidden in a package on a plane in the United Arab Emirates on Friday may have traveled on passenger planes to get there, airline officials said Sunday.
Millions of voters lined up across Brazil\'s vast territory in a heated presidential runoff pitting Dilma Rousseff, a former guerrilla-fighter-turned-chief-of-staff against Sao Paulo Governor Jose Serra.
At least 37 people were killed and 57 others wounded during a hostage situation at a Catholic church in Iraq Sunday, police officials said. The victims include hostages, Iraqi security workers and kidnappers.
A weakened Hurricane Tomas was heading into open Caribbean waters on Sunday after pounding the island of St. Vincent with gusty winds and heavy rain, the National Hurricane Center said.
The man suspected to be at the center of the plot to send bombs from Yemen to the United States is a Saudi national who authorities believe has been living in Yemen for the past three years.
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The bodies of about 70 people have been found on the battlefield a day after attackers clashed with NATO and Afghan forces in southeastern Afghanistan, a province governor said Sunday.
Voters in the Ivory Coast head to the polls Sunday in the first presidential election in a decade for the top cocoa-producing west African nation.
They call it \"Inteqal\" -- it means \"transition\" in both Dari and Pashtu, according to NATO -- but going down that road is a bit slower than first expected. Still, succeeding at Inteqal will be the road home for U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
A woman believed to be connected to a plot to send explosive packages to the United States has been arrested and a female relative is being questioned, a Yemeni official says.
The shipping containers filled with illegal weapons seized in Lagos, Nigeria, earlier this week came from Iran, a leading global shipping company said Saturday.
Fourteen people were shot and killed at a soccer field in northern Honduras, a police spokesman said Saturday.
Tropical Storm Tomas formed in the Atlantic and could strengthen into a hurricane by early Saturday, the National Hurricane Center said.
Indonesia\'s Mount Merapi erupted again Saturday, spewing hot ash clouds for more than 20 minutes followed by lava and sending nearly residents fleeing in panic for the second time in a week.