The United States, a permanent Security Council member, on Friday vetoed a UN draft resolution...
At least 20 people in Libya's second largest city of Benghazi and seven in Derna in eastern Libya were killed in anti-government protests, Oea newspaper reported on its website Friday.
The Japanese government on Friday announced it is ending its whaling season early due to persistent disruptions from anti-whaling activists.
A 32-year-old Australian was among the 12 people killed in a wooden tour boat sinking in Vietnam's Ha Long Bay on Thursday morning.
The snowstorms lately registered in the United States, Mexico and Europe were due to the global warming.
Two Iranian naval vessels have submitted a request to transit the Suez Canal, Egypt's Foreign Ministry said Thursday.
Snapshots: The world in 24 hours Feb 16, 2011.
At least 15 protesters and a policeman were wounded in fierce clashes marked the seventh straight day of tensions between government backers, police and demonstrators in Yemen's capital on Thursday.
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American officials say that US intelligence agencies believe Iranian leaders are split over whether to use its nuclear program to develop atomic weapons.
Major Western media organizations, faced with big budget cuts, are turning to more modern ways to reach out to Chinese audiences.
Chief of Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said Wednesday that IRGC will unveil a project soon to "surprise the world,"