Saudi and UAE forces will only leave Bahrain when an Iranian threat to Gulf Arab countries is judged to be over.
More than 10,000 mourners in Syria joined funeral processions Monday.
Radiation levels are far too high for repair crews to go inside.
Iraq's FM says he is prepared to postpone the forthcoming Arab League summit in Baghdad, but he will not agree to cancel it entirely.
Solar Impulse's Chief Executive Officer and pilot Andre Borschberg performs a low altitude go-round procedure with the solar-powered HB-SIA prototype aircraft during a test flight at Payerne airport April 18, 2011.
Standard & Poor's on Monday downgraded its credit outlook for the United States.
South Koreans does not know when to give cash donations to their neighbors in Japan after last month's massive earthquake and tsunami.
Trade volume between South Korea and Japan hit a record high in March despite the devastating earthquake in Japan.
The weekly average oil price of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) reached $118.06 per barrel last week.
Firefighters survey the scene of a crash of a public bus in Prague April 18, 2011. According to local media reports, the driver was killed and 16 people suffered injuries in the crash.
Scientists judge the overall health of the Gulf of Mexico as nearly back to normal one year after the BP oil spill, but with glaring blemishes that restrain their optimism about nature's resiliency.
Utility workers seeking to regain control of the troubled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant are deploying robots from Bedford.