Colombian President Alvaro Uribe said Friday he \"deplores\" an early morning attack Friday at a bar in a Medellin suburb that killed at least eight people.
A fugitive Rwandan clergyman wanted for his role in the 1994 genocide has been arrested in Uganda, a police spokesman told CNN Friday.
An unmanned cargo spacecraft has failed to dock with the International Space Station, said Lynette Madison of NASA Friday.
Mexican authorities have arrested a drug gang suspect accused of planning the shooting deaths in March of three people connected with the U.S. consulate in Ciudad Juarez and participating in the killings of 13 teens at a party in the city a month earlier, federal police said Friday.
Treasure hunters armed with shovels and metal detectors have descended on a sleepy Austrian town in search of up to â‚¬5 million said to have been buried there by a fraudulent German financial advisor, says ORF, the Austrian broadcasting corporation.
The death toll climbed to 50 on Friday after a pair of suicide bombers detonated their explosives vests at one of Pakistan\'s holiest shrines.
South Africa\'s former police chief, Jackie Selebi, was found guilty Friday of corruption resulting from his relationship with a convicted drug trafficker, the state news agency in South Africa reported.
The former husband of alleged Russian spy Anna Chapman said her personality changed after she started having \"secretive meetings\" with Russian friends a few years ago.
The father of Gilad Shalit on Friday resumed calls on Israel\'s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to help get the soldier freed.
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Three explosions erupt in Lahore, Pakistan, killing 35 people and wounding 175, the commissioner of Lahore says.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The government says its tightening oversight of BP and its contractors cleaning up the mess on the oily Gulf Coast. The Coast Guard and the Environmental Protecti..
The court hearings of two alleged Russian spies have been delayed until July 16, the Department of Justice announced Thursday, the day they were earlier scheduled to take place in Boston federal court.
A U.S. official confirms a report that Iran has transferred a sophisticated defensive radar system to Syria.
President Barack Obama is calling new U.S. sanctions he will sign into law Thursday a further sign that \"the United States and the international community are determined to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.\"
Humanitarian relief supplies carried by a flotilla of aid ships are finally arriving in Gaza, two months after a deadly confrontation at sea sparked an international response.
A senior Israeli official and a senior Turkish official held a secret meeting in Europe, the first ministerial meeting between the two countries since the Gaza flotilla incident in May, the Israeli prime minister\'s office said.
A war crimes tribunal served a subpoena on supermodel Naomi Campbell Thursday, ordering her to testify in the trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor, who reportedly gave her a \"blood diamond.\"
North Korea has called for a joint investigation with South Korea into the sinking of a South Korean navy vessel last March, but the proposal was quickly rejected by Seoul.