Syrian FM Walid al-Moallem said on Monday that "reforms in Syria are existing and continuing, and those who want them should not use violence and weapons."
The United States denied Monday that it "is working to undermine" the Syrian government.
Jonathan from the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) has won the Nigerian presidential election.
Arizona Government vetoed a bill to require President Obama and other presidential candidates to prove their US citizenship before their names can appear on the state's ballot.
This is magic Pyongyang-style performed in a show touted as the country's biggest ever.
The LA Times won a Pulitzer Prize on Monday for exposing a salary scandal in Bell City which led to the indictment of eight people.
The Los Angeles Times and The New York Times each won two coveted Pulitzer Prizes for journalism on Monday.
The forbearance shown by survivors of Japan's earthquake and tsunami has been lauded in the West, but psychologists worry not talking about the hurt could be doing long-term damage.
Overweight kids becoming more common in middle class families.
Japan will listen to the world regarding rebuilding initiatives and funding resources for nuclear-stricken regions, said a top Japanese diplomat in Europe.
The NATO will continue to lead the military operations on Libya while the US will retain the role to "support and assist".
The Last Supper took place on a Wednesday and a date for Easter can now be fixed.