The Libyan government on Sunday renewed its offer to hold a vote on whether Muammar Gadhafi should stay in power.
NATO said on Saturday its missiles had hit a site in Libya used by Muammar Gaddafi's forces to stockpile military supplies and vehicles.
Yemeni forces killed three men who were among nearly 60 suspected al-Qaida militants who escaped from prison this past week, officials said.
The number of adults with diabetes worldwide has more than doubled since 1980 to 347 million.
A senior lawmaker of Japan's ruling party says the prime minister could resign before August.
Members of a group called "Planking Thailand" make a cross formation, to urge people to vote, a day before advance voting commences in Bangkok June 25, 2011. Thailand will hold a general election on July 3. Planking, the fad of lying face down stiff in often bizarre places for a photo op, has become a global craze.
Confronting the global scourge of organized crime and drug trafficking is a "shared responsibility,"an UN official said.
Two high-tech machines intended to help workers at Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant malfunctioned Friday, including a long-awaited Japanese robot making its first attempt to take important measurements in areas too dangerous for humans.
Ten people were killed and 24 others were injured when a bicycle bomb went off in Kunduz province 250 km north of capital city of Kabul on Friday evening, the interior ministry confirmed on Saturday.
US President Barack Obama extended sanctions against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) for another year on Thursday.
A resolution that bars most funding for the US military mission in Libya failed in the US House of Representatives on Friday...
A handout photo taken June 21, 2011 shows a Greek Air Force Mirage 2000 jet fighter lying in the bottom of the Aegean sea near the Greek island of Samos after it crashed on June 9, 2011.