Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi called for a cease-fire and negotiations with NATO powers in a live speech on state TV early Saturday, just as NATO bombs struck a government complex in the Libyan capital.
Exchange of gunfire between Cambodian and Thai troops broke out again early Saturday in the disputed border area near the 13th century Ta Krabei temple.
Superman has started a stir with a declaration in the new issue of "Action Comics" that he intends to renounce his US citizenship because he's tired of his actions being construed as instruments of US policy.
Gaddafi said on Saturday he was still prepared to enter a ceasefire but that this must involve all sides and not only his own forces.
UN HRC adopted a resolution on Syria at a special session held on Friday amid strong voices of disapproval from many member states.
Libyan rebels have regained control of the Dehiba crossing point on the Libyan-Tunisian border from government forces.
The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) is launching an emergency operation to address the urgent needs of 3.5 million people in DPRK.
A human rights group said more than 50 people had been killed across Syria as protests took place on the so-called "Friday of anger".
At least 22 Egyptian people died and four others survived on Friday after a ferryboat sank in the Nile River off the southern Egyptian city of Beni Swef.
South Korea is poised to issue special visas for foreign immigrants who come to the country via marriage.
A total of 48,192 villagers from Thailand's two border provinces have been evacuated since the latest round of Thai-Cambodian border clashes erupted.
South Korea's environment minister joined a three-way meeting with his Chinese and Japanese counterparts to discuss pending environmental issues they seek to jointly tackle.