" class="news-title-small">South Africa's neo-Nazis drop revenge vow
A South African white supremacist group has retracted its statement vowing to avenge the killing of its leader, Eugene Terreblanche, a spokesman for the group said Monday.
" class="news-title-small">NATO admits killing Afghan civilians in February raid
NATO acknowledged Sunday that its troops killed five Afghans in a botched nighttime raid in February -- after initially saying the civilians may have been victims of an \"honor killing.\"
" class="news-title-small">Two killed, 100 injured in Mexican quake
A 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck northwest Mexico\'s Baja California, rattling Arizona and southern California, and leaving at least two dead and 100 injured in Mexico, authorities said.
" class="news-title-small">Interpol ramps up hunt for Saddam Hussein's daughter
The international police organization Interpol has stepped up the hunt for Saddam Hussein\'s eldest daughter, who is wanted by Iraqi authorities on terrorism charges.
" class="news-title-small">Three blasts near U.S. Consulate
An apparent suicide attack at a political rally in northwest Pakistan on Monday killed 10 people and wounded more than 25 others, authorities said.
" class="news-title-small">Pirates seize South Korean tanker
A South Korean oil tanker has been hijacked by pirates, the European Union Naval Force Somalia said Monday.
" class="news-title-small">Police: White supremacist leader killed
A notorious South African white supremacist leader was killed Saturday by his own employees, police said, in an apparent dispute over wages.
" class="news-title-small">Pakistan gunbattle leaves 36 dead
Thirty militants and six Pakistani soldiers died Saturday during a gunbattle in the country\'s tribal region, Pakistani military officials said.
" class="news-title-small">Senegal unveils colossal statue
Senegal has unveiled what it calls the world\'s tallest statue during a lavish ceremony held amid reports of criticism over the monument\'s construction at a time when the western African nation is struggling financially.
" class="news-title-small">China media: Sounds heard from mine
Rescuers have heard sounds, including what seemed to be voices, from a flooded coal mine in China where 153 people have been trapped for days, state-run media reported Friday.
" class="news-title-small">Top Anglican hits Irish Catholic Church
The Irish Catholic church has lost \"all credibility\" following the abuse scandal, the head of the Anglican church says in an interview to be broadcast Monday.
" class="news-title-small">Gunmen kill 25 in attack on Iraqi village
Gunmen wearing military uniforms stormed houses and killed 25 people, including five women, in a Sunni village south of Baghdad, officials said Saturday.
" class="news-title-small">Afghan soldiers mistakenly killed
International forces mistakenly killed six Afghan soldiers in northern Kunduz province, Afghanistan\'s Defense Ministry said.
WASHINGTON - Travelers from 14 countries that have been home to terrorists will no longer automatically face extra screening before they fly to the U.S. Beginning this month,..
WASHINGTON - The nation's economy posted its largest job gain in three years in March, while the unemployment rate remained at 9.7 percent for the third straight month.
" class="news-title-small">99-year-old graduate fights Africa brain drain
A former teacher has just graduated from university in Ghana -- aged 99.
" class="news-title-small">Teen ID'd as Moscow subway bomber
Russian investigators on Friday identified one of the female suicide bombers in the Moscow metro attacks that killed dozens of people as teenager Dzhennet Abdullayeva.
" class="news-title-small">Taliban bombs trigger Lahore backlash
This bustling northern city is Pakistan\'s cultural heart and until last year it had been relatively immune to the terror that has traumatized so many Pakistanis.
" class="news-title-small">German archbishop expresses 'shame' over abuse
The head of the Catholic Church in Germany expressed \"sadness, horror and shame\" Friday that children were abused by priests and church officials, and called for Good Friday to be \"a new start that we all so urgently need.\"
" class="news-title-small">Turkey returning envoy to Washington after 'genocide' row
Turkey\'s prime minister announced Friday he will send his country\'s ambassador back to Washington next week.