The attacks are part of a spike in violence as US troops pour into the country ahead of elections next month.
Somalia, still No. 1, proved so lawless that even Al Qaeda complained.
The lone surviving gunman from November's assault testified that Pakistani militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba's was involved.
The US secretary of state threatens tougher sanctions if interim leader Roberto Micheletti doesn’t cut a deal soon.
Tomorrows eclipse brings as much dread as awe to some
The fashion model-turned-philanthropist aims to build a new home for them.
Chief mediator Oscar Arias asked for a 72-hour extension and warned of civil war after talks broke down Sunday.
Nicaragua's leftist leader Daniel Ortega says constitutional limits on presidential terms stand in the way of 'direct democracy.'
Investigation turns to an Islamist school that one of the suspected suicide bombers attended in 1995.
Some heeding the government's call to go back to their villages are encountering militants. In other areas, daily life begins to resume.
The Israeli prime minister airs a US demand to halt building in E. Jerusalem, where US bingo magnate's hotel is slated for conversion into 20 Jewish apartments.
The Shiite militant organization in Lebanon draws money and ideological guidance from Iran's supreme leader.
The deal would allow the US to sell India sophisticated military technology, and comes amid US efforts to boost ties with India.
Armstrong admits defeat, but may be back next year.
Ousted President Manuel Zelaya and the country's interim leaders resume talks in Costa Rica today amid Zelaya's fresh vows to return with or without a deal.
Charity worker Noor Huda Ismail went to the same Islamic boarding school as some of Indonesia’s top terrorists. Now he explains their ideology.
American public won’t tolerate rising death tally for long, says US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates. A helicopter crashed Sunday, killing 16 civilians.
Tom Watson defies age assumptions for nearly four days. Stewart Cink wins his first Open championship.
The area the kidnapping took place suggests the kidnapping of Pfc. Bowe Bergdahl is most likely the work of the Haqqani network, an Al Qaeda-linked group, analysts say.