Police say a bomb has exploded near a minority Shiite mosque in northwest Pakistan, killing two people and wounding six others.
Presidential and legislative elections planned for November in the tiny, coup-prone West African nation of Guinea-Bissau can’t be seen as free and fair unless progress is made on investigations of recent high-profile political killings
Mexico has surpassed the United States in levels of adult obesity
The president and CEO of the railway’s parent company says an employee failed to properly set the brakes of the train that crashed into a town in Quebec
Disclosures alleging that the United States has collected data on billions of telephone and email conversations in Latin America’s biggest country will not affect Brazil-U.S. relations
Indonesian police are warning against public disorder following the online publication of a video of the country’s most wanted militant calling on his followers to continue attacks on anti-terror officers.
Facing death without fear appealed to Nelson Mandela, then a prisoner on Robben Island during white rule in South Africa.
Kuwait says it will offer Egypt an aid package worth $4 billion, becoming the latest Gulf state to send a financial lifeline to the new government in Cairo following a coup there.
The Guardian journalist at the center of a series of revelations about the National Security Agency’s sweeping surveillance programs says his source, Edward Snowden, told him he never gave any information to the Russian or Chinese governments.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has rejected any comparison between U.S. surveillance activities and pervasive snooping by communist East Germany’s secret police, the Stasi.