Syrian President Bashar al-Assad will appear in an interview with the Syrian television Sunday on the country's recent situation and escalating international pressure.
The sell-off in Wall Street continued on Friday, with major indexes suffering losses for the fourth straight week.
European powers press the UN Security Council for tough sanctions against the government for its crackdown.
TOKYO - Japanese teenage daredevil Maya Sato says she shed her long hair, her cell phone and almost a few tears as she took on and beat the boys in a tough version of motorcycle racing.
A suicide bomber hit a Pakistani mosque during Friday prayers, killing at least 43 people and wounding more than 100 others in the tribal district of Khyber, officials said.
Although it has been nearly 50 years since the first woman graduated with a wine degree from a top US university, less then 10 percent of women are chief winemakers at US wineries.
Light to moderate social drinking, a glass or two of wine or beer a day, can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, according to American researchers.
Sounds of two explosions were heard at 5:45am and 5:47am local time in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan. Sporadic gunshots were heard later.
Two Egyptian soldiers were killed Thursday in an Israeli attack on borders between Egypt and Gaza, state media reported.
Britain, France, Germany and Portugal -- said here Thursday that they would begin working on a Security Council sanctions resolution on Syria.
IBM researchers Thursday unveiled an experimental computer chip that emulates the way the human brain processes information.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Wednesday decried the ongoing annual US- Republic of Korea (ROK)military drills, describing them as "extremely provocative and aggressive."