Police in Cairo fired tear gas at hundreds of stone-throwing Egyptian youths after a night of clashes that injured more than 1,000 people.
At least five suicide bombers attacked a major hotel frequented by Westerners in Afghanistan's capital late on Tuesday.
Fierce clashes erupted late Tuesday night between Egyptian security forces and young protestors in the Tahrir Square in central Cairo.
TEHERAN, Iran -Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards fired 14 missiles in an exercise on Tuesday.
Afghanistan's central bank governor has resigned and fled to the United States, saying his life is in danger over a corruption probe.
The International Criminal Court issued arrest warrants on Monday for Libya's Muammar Gadhafi on charges of crimes against humanity.
The International Criminal Court issued arrest warrants for Libya's Muammar Gadhafi, his son Saif al-Islam and the country's spy chief.
French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde is expected to be chosen as early as Tuesday to be the new leader of the IMF.
Pakistan has told Britain to pull out some of its military trainers, in what appears to be the latest sign of strained relations with the West.
Wen Jiabao said enhancing communication between the world's big powers is particularly important in face of a variety of global challenges.
Suspected members of a radical Islamist sect threw bombs at a drinking spot in Nigeria's northeastern town of Maiduguri on Sunday.
A young Emperor penguin stranded in New Zealand has survived two medical procedures and now has an offer of a lift home.