Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's son Seif al-Islam said in a televised address early Monday that Libya was in danger of civil wars if the clashes escalate.
Seoul expressed hopes on Sunday of reviving contacts with Pyongyang through 'genuine dialogue'.
Japan is starting to excavate the site of a former medical school that may reveal grisly secrets from World War II.
Snapshot photos capture the moments of events happened all around the world during the past 24 hours of Feb 19.
The security forces in Libya have killed at least 84 people during clashes with demonstrators over the past three days.
Palestinian-US relations started to crack up as a result of a US veto on a UN draft resolution on Jewish settlement construction.
The USS Blue Ridge, flagship for the Commander of the US Navy's 7th Fleet, Saturday started its port visit in Hong Kong which will last around five days.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano on Saturday inspected disputed northern islands off Hokkaido from the air, local media reported.
Full moon rises over Washington
Thai army-chief-of staff Gen Daopong Rattanasuwon had on Saturday morning held ceasefire talks with Cambodian Deputy Supreme Commander Gen Jia Dara at Chong Sangam in border Surin province.
The Venezuelan government Friday denounced the United States for its statement on a hunger strike by Venezuelan students, calling the move an intervention in the country's internal affairs.