Leaders of Britain, France and the United States vowed on Friday to keep up their military campaign in Libya until Muammar Gadhafi leaves power.
Leaders of the US, UK and France are vowing to push ahead with their mission in Libya until the UN Security Council resolutions have been implemented.
In a video recorded before international airstrikes began in Libya, al-Qaida's deputy leader calls on Muslim nations to fight the United States and NATO if their forces enter the country.
Congress has sent President Barack Obama legislation making $38 billion in cuts from domestic programs.
The term BRIC has gone beyond an economic theory and evolved into a platform for pragmatic cooperation.
Police officers fired on and hit Uganda's top opposition politician in the arm after demonstrations broke out in several locations over rising prices.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon reiterated on Thursday the importance of a cease-fire to solve the Libyan crisis and ensuring the rights of the Libyan people.
Japan's emperor and empress have made their first trip to the disaster zone since the earthquake and tsunami destroyed much of the northeast coast.
Mithun, 11, poses for a photo at a laterite brick mine in Ratnagiri district, about 360km (224 miles) south of Mumbai, April 14, 2011. He is paid two Indian rupees ($0.04) per brick and carries an average of 100 bricks out of the mine per day. Each brick costs between 10-14 rupees ($0.22-$0.31), and weighs around 40 kg.
Tunisian justice ministry has prepared 18 legal cases against former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
US fighter jets are still attacking Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi's air defenses even after NATO took over full command of Libya.
The United States President Barack Obama on Wednesday announced its long-term debt plan, setting a goal to cut US $4 trillion over the next 12 years.