Karachi blast kills 15, criminal gangs suspected

2011-04-22 10:18:51

At least 15 people were killed and several wounded when a bomb ripped through a club for card players in Pakistan's biggest city of Karachi.

Haitian post-election violence kills 1

2011-04-22 10:10:42

One person was killed and another 10 injured in the post-election violence in Haiti Thursday, a Haitian police spokesman said.

Egypt considers moving Mubarak to jail

2011-04-22 09:59:36

Egypt's General Prosecutor Abdel Maguid Mahmoud considered moving former President Hosni Mubarak to a prison.

UN must revive peace process in Middle East

2011-04-22 09:45:31

The UN must assume its responsibilities and stop the vicious settlement activities and continuing aggression in the Middle East.

Cambodian, Thai troops exchange fire at border

2011-04-22 09:42:18

Cambodian, Thai troops exchanged fire at Ta Mon Thom temple and Ta Krabek temple at 6:00 am (local time) Friday.

US saddened by journalist deaths

2011-04-22 07:36:10

The United States is saddened by the deaths of two award-winning journalists who were covering battles between the government and rebel forces in Libya.

SKorean commandos storm ship after pirate attack

2011-04-21 21:45:06

South Korean commandos stormed a container ship hours after it was attacked by pirates in the Indian Ocean on Thursday.

Dozens dead as Bangladesh ferry sinks

2011-04-21 21:27:00

A ferry carrying more than 100 people capsized in Bangladesh on Thursday after colliding with another vessel, killing at least 26 people.

Tsunami auction gets $73 million bid for piano

2011-04-21 20:54:14

Yahoo Japan says a bidder has pledged a staggering $73 million for a crystal piano put up for a tsunami charity auction but has yet to confirm whether it is a serious offer.

Libyan rebels claim taking border post

2011-04-21 19:35:11

A Libyan rebel leader claims that opposition forces have taken control of a post on the Tunisian border near a former rebel-held town.

Students return to school in Japan's disaster zone

2011-04-21 17:56:30

Many students along Japan's tsunami-torn northeastern coast are going back to school this week.

Malaysian minister sues ad agency founder

2011-04-21 17:56:10

Malaysian Tourism Minister Ng Yen Yen is suing a Dutch businessman for allegedly defaming her by accusing her of soliciting a bribe.