RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP) — Officials say former Pakistani army chief Musharraf charged in 2007 Bhutto assassination.
BEIJING (AP) — The lawyer representing the family of a British businessman murdered by the wife of a former high-flying politician says some progress has been made in efforts to seek compensation.
He Zhengsheng, a Beijing lawyer for
CAIRO (AP) — The police captain says he has memories of pretending to be dead, of men being dragged around by cars, of a policeman being told by his attacker: “We will give you a slow death.”
LONDON (AP) — British agents oversaw the destruction of an unspecified number of the Guardian newspaper’s hard drives in an apparent bid to keep the fruit of Edward Snowden’s leaks safe from Chinese spies, the newspaper’s editor said
LIMA, Peru (AP) — A tribe of Indians that lives in voluntary isolation in Peru’s southeastern Amazon has made a tense attempt at contact.
The president of the regional FENAMAD indigenous federation says more than 100 Mashco-Piro appeared
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — A former Northern Ireland police ombudsman says Jamaican security forces must significantly curb fatal shootings of civilians if they want islanders to trust them.
Nuala O’Loan says there is, in her words, an “unparalleled
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s state-owned oil company says it will form a new entity to explore and produce shale gas and deep-water oil in U.S. territory.
The plan will help Petroleos Mexicanos, known as Pemex, acquire drilling
HAVANA (AP) — Representatives of the Colombian government and the country’s largest guerrilla army have re-opened peace talks after a brief recess.
A high-ranking rebel negotiator who uses the nom de guerre Ivan Marquez is urging the government
CAIRO (AP) — As violent clashes roiled Egypt, looters made away with a prized 3,500-year-old limestone statue, ancient beaded jewelry and more than 1,000 other artifacts in the biggest theft to hit an Egyptian museum in living memory.
ASUNCION, Paraguay (AP) — Paraguay’s government has sent troops to a northern area where members of the small, left-wing Paraguayan People’s Army carried out a guerrilla attack that killed five people.
Interior Minister Francisco Vargas said Monday that