US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton might make a stop in South Korea later this month, local reports said Monday.
Residents of a Japanese village well-outside of an evacuation zone set around a crippled nuclear power plant have been told to prepare to be evacuated.
Israel's FM says that working toward a cease fire with Hamas is a "grave mistake" and that Israel should try to topple the militant Gaza rulers instead.
Gadhafi has accepted a roadmap for ending the conflict in Libya including an immediate ceasefire, the African Union said on Monday.
India is one of the few countries in the world which is yet to ratify the United Nations' convention on corruption, six years after signing it.
ROK on Monday called on the DPRK to retract its unilateral move to annul a business deal with a ROK company.
Egypt's public prosecutor on Sunday summoned Hosni Mubarak as part of probes into the killing of protesters and the embezzlement of public funds.
Japan's ruling party fared badly in weekend local elections after Prime Minister Naoto Kan came under fire for his handling of the nuclear crisis.
Hundreds of dented metal safes, swept out of homes and businesses by last month's tsunami, crowd the parking garage at Ofunato police headquarters.
A delegation of African leaders said Sunday that their Libyan counterpart, Moammar Gadhafi, accepted their "road map" for a cease-fire with rebels.
Libyan government forces shot down two US-built attack helicopters being used by rebel forces in the east of the country.
Israel and the Gaza Strip's Hamas rulers signaled on Sunday they were looking to end a flare-up in violence that began four days ago.