Two American soldiers died of wounds by insurgent attack in Iraq, the US military said Sunday.
A total of 45 people were confirmed killed by the flash floods and mudslides in southern provinces of Thailand, Public Health Minister Jurin Laksanawisit said on Sunday afternoon.
Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
US President Barack Obama is likely to announce plans next week to run for re-election and file campaign papers.
China is not getting its message across effectively to the rest of the world, said Zhao Qizheng.
Gunmen kidnapped 16 people, including two children, from a school graduation in the southern Philippines to seek the release of fellow tribesmen jailed for a mass hostage-taking in late 2009, police said on Saturday.
NATO carried out 74 airstrikes in Libya during the first day since taking over full command of military operations from the United States on Thursday.
Libyan govt dismisses rebels' truce offer
The operator of nuclear plant said on Saturday it had found radioactive water leaking into the sea from a cracked concrete pit at its No 2 reactor in Fukushima.
Japanese laid eyes on the extensive damage in the northeast for the first time Saturday as troops trolled the decimated coastline.
Afghans angry over the burning of a Quran at a small Florida church stormed a UN compound in northern Afghanistan on Friday, killing seven foreigners, including four Nepalese guards.
Afghans angry over the burning of a Quran at a small Florida church stormed a UN compound in northern Afghanistan on Friday.