Mileposts in Iran's quest to harness nuclear power.
It's quest to develop a nuclear program has taken a circuitous path through history – and includes early cooperation with the US.
In the wake of its disputed election, Iran faces diminished support from some friends and hardening opposition among foes.
Iran says the 10 new nuclear sites are for energy, not weapons, but sent mixed messages on whether it will remain in a member of the Non-Proliferation Treaty.
After flooding in Jeddah killed more than 100 people, Saudi Arabians have flocked to Facebook to press the government for better drainage. A Katrina moment for Saudi leaders?
The United Arab Emirates central bank guaranteed all deposits in the banking system Sunday, seeking to calm markets made nervous by Dubai World's debt payment crisis. Asian markets rose Monday on the news.
Experts say Iran's plans to build 10 new nuclear plants is not within its capabilities for years, but Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said they would manufacture 500,000 new centrifuges.
Swiss minaret vote leads to Muslim anger, but the Swiss aren't alone in restricting religious freedom.
Switzerland minaret referendum leads to Muslim outrage, but the Swiss aren't alone in restricting religious freedom.
Nigeria's ambassador to South Africa, Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa, speaks about his tough job.
In Chorwon, where battles between North and South Korea once raged, tourists are taking to verdant beauty and rusty tanks.
Today's presidential election is widely viewed in Honduras as a way out of Latin America's worst political crisis in decades.
Last week, the police announced they had arrested 16 players, coaches, and minor officials accused of match-fixing and betting scams.
More than 57 percent of Swiss residents who voted Sunday – a majority in 22 out of the country's 26's cantons – approved a proposal to ban the construction of new minarets.
The Khmer Rouge war-crimes trial for regime leader Duch ended with a plea for acquittal. Some say the UN tribunal is in danger of falling apart due to political interference.
In Pakistan, end of amnesty that protected senior officials from prosecution of criminal charges will expire Saturday, deepening the woes of the embattled government.