Results for: global-news
Calls for moderation are growing after many blamed the media for highlighting only the most extreme points of view in the debate about American attitudes toward Islam.
Some believe the bail to be more of a ransom, while others say it's a sign of an internal power struggle in Iran.
A plane crash killed 15 passengers Monday in the eastern Venezuela state of Bolivar. Thirty-six others survived.
Philippe Croizon, who lost his limbs in an electrical accident, swam across the English Channel 10 hours faster than expected.
At the UN General Assembly, President Obama and world leaders will meet to discuss the progress of North and South Sudan.
Two weeks before hosting the Commonwealth Games for the first time, unidentified gunmen opened fire near the Jama Mosque in India’s capital New Delhi.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the U.S. should free jailed Iranians in exchange for the release of American hiker Sarah Shourd.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Il promoted his son to a top military position in the hours before the country's largest political conference in 30 years.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai announced a hand-picked peace council to facilitate negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan government.
The U.S. House passed legislation aimed at punishing Beijing for keeping its currency artificially low. China argues the bill will hurt its economic ties with the U.S.
In a move many say will strain relations between Norway and China, the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo.
North Korea leader Kim Jong Il named his third son, Kim Jong Un, as his successor.