The South Sudan referendum scheduled for January could be delayed because important issues between South Sudan and the Sudanese government remain unresolved.
Mexican drug cartels are assaulting the press, and so journalists are banding together to ask the Mexican government for protection.
Some Iranian observers say Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was bombastic during his United Nations speech to maintain his tough image at home.
South Africa's strike by teachers has prompted students to fall behind in preparations for exams. They're turning to mobile phone programs to catch up.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's United Nations speech that suggested a US hand in 9/11 could bolster Isreali voices that label Iran an irrational actor.
In the weeks leading up to China's big mid-Autumn festival, Beijing's traffic was at a standstill. Streets have opened up as workers stay home for the holiday.
Cuba hopes that private enterprise will revive a struggling economy. The state will lay off 500,000 workers and encourage them to find jobs in the private sector.
Pakistan's prime minister announced Friday that he will work for the release of Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani woman convicted of attempted murder by the US and believed to have ties to Al Qaeda.
New US News & World Report’s World's Best Universities rankings place three Brazilian schools among the top 10 Latin American institutions, but the country shouldn't celebrate just yet.
Japan announced Friday it would release a Chinese fishing boat captain involved in a collision near disputed islands.
On the Daily Show tonight, Jon Stewart is hosting Jordan's King Abdullah. Abdullah gets full points for hipness, but restoring his country's influence is another matter.
Whether President Aquino takes action against government officials for their part in the Philippines bus hostage crisis will shape the country's international image.
Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neurosurgeon who the US says has ties to Al Qaeda members, was sentenced to 86 years in prison for attempted murder today.
French unions rallied again in protest of President Sarkozy's proposal to increase the minimum retirement age to 62.
Blockbuster's bankruptcy is not expected to affect its international operations in more than 21 countries, according to the company.
Wind energy capacity in Britain leapfrogged that of the rest of the world combined on Thursday as the largest offshore wind park came into operation off the coast of Kent.
Typhoon Fanapi swamped south China's Guangdong province after directly hitting the island of Taiwan on Sunday.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech to the UN General Assembly today marks his sixth appearance. From 'nuclear apartheid' to 'bad hijab,' here are highlights of Mr. Ahmadinejad's five previous visits to the General Assembly.