President Barack Obama formally launched his re-election campaign Monday.
The death toll from twin deadly suicide attacks near a crowded Sufi shrine in Pakistan's eastern Punjab province has risen to 50, doctors said Monday.
US President Barack Obama will run for a second term in 2012, his campaign announced Monday in a web video and in e-mails to his supporters.
Death toll of protesters from the clashes in Yemen's southern province of Taiz on Monday rose to at least 16
At least 10 people were killed and 15 others injured in a road mishap in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh Monday.
The operator of the Fukushima No 1 nuclear power plant said Monday it planned to discharge contaminated water into the Pacific, in an attempt to speed up work to tackle the crisis at the troubled complex.
ROK's trade minister Kim Jong-hoon on Monday made a public apology over translation errors found in the Korean text of a free trade agreement with EU.
Heavy fighting between Libya's rebel forces and government troops continued in the eastern oil town of Brega on Sunday.
At least one Yemeni protester was killed and up to 900 others wounded, including eight policemen, on Sunday in clashes with police forces and government supporters in the Yemeni southern provinces of Taiz.
About 3,000 US Marines will not join annual war exercises in the Philippines starting this week.
Traffic through Egypt's Suez Canal was disrupted after a 42,000-tonne container ship ran aground on Sunday due to engine failure, an official at the Suez Canal Authority said.
Afghan protests against the burning of a Quran in Florida entered a third day with a demonstrations in the south and east Sunday.