Taliban suicide attackers blew up a truck bomb early Tuesday at the gates of a NATO supply company’s compound in Kabul
The European Commission says it has approved General Electric Co.’s $4.3 billion purchase of the aviation parts division of Italy’s Avio SpA after GE gave assurances it won’t hold back Avio’s participation in the European jet fighter project, Eurojet.
The United States says experts have removed the last batch of uranium from Vietnam that terrorists could have used in efforts to make a nuclear bomb.
A protege of Iran’s outgoing president says Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his allies will make a comeback as a future force in Iranian politics.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden’s attempts to seek refuge outside the United States hit hurdles Tuesday
F.W. de Klerk, the last leader of South Africa’s apartheid era and a co-recipient of the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize with Nelson Mandela, has suffered dizziness and will be fitted with a pacemaker to help his heart function, a foundation
A strong earthquake struck Indonesia’s Aceh province on Tuesday, killing at least one person and leaving two others missing. Many houses were damaged and dozens of villagers were injured.
Japan is opening its defense of the country’s controversial whaling program in the seas around Antarctica during hearings at the United Nations’ highest court.
The White House confirmed in a statement Tuesday that Obama called Morsi on Monday while traveling in Africa.
Russia’s Vladimir Putin may not be embracing the idea of giving asylum to Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who leaked details of two U.S. government surveillance programs.