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.
One person was killed and another 10 injured in the post-election violence in Haiti Thursday, a Haitian police spokesman said.
Egypt's General Prosecutor Abdel Maguid Mahmoud considered moving former President Hosni Mubarak to a prison.
The UN must assume its responsibilities and stop the vicious settlement activities and continuing aggression in the Middle East.
Cambodian, Thai troops exchanged fire at Ta Mon Thom temple and Ta Krabek temple at 6:00 am (local time) Friday.
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.
South Korean commandos stormed a container ship hours after it was attacked by pirates in the Indian Ocean on Thursday.
A ferry carrying more than 100 people capsized in Bangladesh on Thursday after colliding with another vessel, killing at least 26 people.
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.
A Libyan rebel leader claims that opposition forces have taken control of a post on the Tunisian border near a former rebel-held town.
Many students along Japan's tsunami-torn northeastern coast are going back to school this week.
Malaysian Tourism Minister Ng Yen Yen is suing a Dutch businessman for allegedly defaming her by accusing her of soliciting a bribe.