Thailand and Cambodia agreed to a ceasefire on Thursday after a week of clashes that killed at least 15 people, wounded scores.
Nestor Osorio said Thursday that the Security Council renews its call for a political solution to the ongoing Libyan conflict.
The Moroccan interior ministry affirmed on Thursday that the blast which occurred in a cafe in the city of Marrakesh is a "terrorist attack".
An explosion killed 14 people, including foreigners, on Thursday in a busy cafe in the Moroccan tourist destination of Marrakesh.
About 500 Syrians have been killed since anti-government protests erupted six weeks ago, Syrian Sawasya Organization for human rights said Thursday.
Kim Jong-il, top leader DPRK, is willing to negotiate any issues with ROK and members of the stalled nuclear disarmament talks without precondition.
A Bahraini military court has sentenced to death four men accused of killing two policemen during the country's recent political unrest and sentenced three to life in prison.
Honda Motor Co. says its quarterly profit dropped 38.3 percent due to a slump in car production following last month's earthquake and tsunami.
Former US President Jimmy Carter, along with three former European leaders, left Pyongyang Thursday noon after concluding their three-day visit to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).
Suspected militants detonated a roadside bomb in the Pakistani city of Karachi on Thursday, killing four members of the navy, the third attack on the navy in less than a week.
Thailand and Cambodia's armies have agreed to a ceasefire to end seven days of bloody clashes along their disputed border.
US space agency NASA is ending its shuttle program this summer after two more missions.