In a recorded statement, Muammar Qaddafi dismissed another round of rumors that he had fled Libya.
After 50 died in Ecuador this summer from consuming poisonous alcohol, critics say that the government response to buy back tainted products is insufficient and more education is needed.
As the investigation into the Delhi High Court blasts begins, the fact that India's track record of terror attacks has not led to substantial changes in security deepens skepticism that this time will be different, locals say.
In today's papers, Muammar Qaddafi reveals in a recorded audio message that he has not fled the country. The Monitor's Scott Peterson reports that thousands of Libya's weapons have gone missing, and Geoffrey York finds a former hostage who returns to Somalia to make a difference.
Farmers' markets provide fresh food – and generate local revenue and jobs – says the Union of Concerned Scientists.
A poll shows Iran's popularity in dramatic decline in several Middle Eastern countries, possibly an indication of the domestically driven political change sweeping across the region.
Taiwan has the world's lowest fertility rate. Government worries about economic productivity have spurred proposals for financial incentives for families to have children.
A report from International Crisis Group found that voter registration numbers in eastern Congo included fake voters, children, foreigners, and voters registered multiple times. [Editor's note: Due to an editing error, the headline and subheadline named the wrong country. It has been corrected.]
Giant crocodile: Filippinos captured a huge crocodile that reportedly had been terrorizing local residents and animals. Hunters are planning to look for more giant crocodiles.
His plan may have been to rendezvous with the convoy outside of Libya.
That the Obama administration has plans to drawn down to a tiny force in Iraq shouldn't be a surprise. The Iraqis haven't (yet) given America permission to stay.