NATO said Saturday it mistakenly struck a column of Libyan rebel vehicles in an airstrike near an eastern oil town two days earlier.
President Hamid Karzai acknowledged the US and Afghan governments have held talks with Taliban emissaries in a bid to end 10-year war.
Rebels waging a drawn-out war to oust Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi have run out of money, their oil chief said on Saturday.
US, Europe are "playing with fire" unless they take immediate steps to reduce budget deficits.
The United Nations passed a resolution hailed as historic by the US and other backers and decried by some African and Muslim countries.
Libyan embattled leader Muammar GadHafi vowed to defeat the NATO alliance's attempt to oust him from power.
The cleanup of Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant was suspended as radiation levels rose faster than expected.
Indonesian Corruption Court found former minister Paskah Suzetta and four fellow Golkar Party politicians guilty of receiving bribes in exchange for their votes to elect a central bank (Bank Indonesia) top official in 2004.
The US and Japan will have a high-level security meeting here next Tuesday, the first of its kind in four years.
The UN Security Council "adopted by acclamation" a resolution to nominate Ban Ki-moon for a second five-year term.
That is an attempt to more effectively fight terrorism and support the Afghan government's reconciliation efforts.
ROK's troops fired at a commercial aircraft flying near the tense sea border with DPRK, misidentifying it as one of DPRK's jet fighters, but no damage occurred, local news media reported on Saturday.