As Egypt’s political crisis tumbled toward its first night of major bloodshed last week, the country’s army chief was pulled away for a phone call.
Tourists are lining up in Belgium for the chance to visit a huge, foul-smelling plant.
Elton John has canceled a show in London’s Hyde Park due to appendicitis that will require surgery.
Hundreds in Baghdad mourned on Tuesday a Shiite fighter killed in Syria
China’s top official for ethnic affairs indicated Tuesday that there will be no softening of the Communist Party’s struggle against the Dalai Lama by the country’s new leadership.
Investigators looking for the cause of a fiery oil train derailment are zeroing in on whether an earlier blaze on the same train may have set off a chain of events that led to the explosions that killed at least 13 people.
A leaked Pakistani government report castigates the country’s military and civilian leaders for failing to detect the presence of Osama bin Laden for years.
The search for 40 people still missing from the weekend derailment and explosion on a runaway oil train isn’t the only task facing crews today in Quebec.
A court in central Israel has sentenced an Israeli Arab to 30 months imprisonment for joining rebels in Syria.
ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Nigeria’s finance minister says President Goodluck Jonathan’s visit to China will finalize $1.1 billion in low-interest loans for much-needed infrastructure in Africa’s giant, from airports and roads to a hydropower plant.
Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala