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The death toll from a pair of bombings that struck a restaurant and a rugby ground in Uganda\'s capital is around 60, a police spokeswoman told CNN on Monday.
Iran\'s judiciary chief has temporarily halted the execution of a woman convicted of adultery, state media reported Sunday, citing a judicial official.
At least nine people have died in pair of bombings that struck a restaurant and a rugby ground in Uganda\'s capital as patrons gathered to watch Sunday\'s World Cup final, police said.
A predawn, hourlong gun battle -- the latest volley in an escalating series of attacks on Mexican federal police by drug cartel hitmen -- left three cartel gunmen dead Sunday in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a federal police spokesman told CNN.
Spain won the World Cup for the first time as an extra-time goal from Andres Iniesta gave them a last-gasp victory over the Netherlands in the final at Soccer City on Sunday night.
A top Iranian lawmaker says newly found documents back up Tehran\'s claims that the CIA is responsible for the disappearance of one of its nuclear scientists, Iranian media reported Sunday.
A pre-dawn, hour-long gun battle -- the latest volley in an escalating series of attacks on Mexican federal police by drug cartel hitmen -- left three cartel gunmen dead Sunday in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a federal police spokesman told CNN.
Thousands of World Cup fans poured into the government-controlled Somali capital of Mogadishu on Sunday to watch the final match in defiance of a ban on football imposed in other parts of the country by hardline Islamist groups.
A Russian scientist who was part of a swap for 10 Russian spies caught in the United States is now in England, his brother told CNN Sunday.
An aid ship trying to break Israel\'s blockade of Gaza still plans to aim for the Palestinian territory, its organizer
Images appearing to show former Cuban President Fidel Castro surfaced Saturday on a pro-government blog, which claims the photos were taken Wednesday.
An aid flotilla intended to break Israel\'s naval blockade of Gaza likely will dock at another port, an Israeli foreign ministry spokesman said Saturday.
A roadside bomb exploded in a county along Northern Ireland\'s border with the Republic of Ireland Saturday, according to Danny Kennedy, a member of the Northern Ireland assembly.
Just footsteps away from Vladimir Saint-Louis\' athletic complex in Port-Au-Prince is a city of tents erected by 7,000 Haitians, still homeless six months after a devastating earthquake.
Cuba\'s Roman Catholic church has identified five more jailed dissidents who are expected to be freed in what would be the largest Cuban prisoner release in more than a decade.
An Australian soldier was killed in a bombing in southern Afghanistan late Friday, the 17th service member from that nation to die in the conflict, Australia\'s Defense Ministry said Saturday.
Suspected gunman Raoul Moat, wanted in the shooting of three people last weekend, is dead after shooting himself, a spokeswoman at a northern England hospital said early Saturday.