Hardline Muslims rallied in Bangladesh Saturday, demanding harsher punishments for those who insult Islam. They've also targeted a group of bloggers who want to ban Jamaat-e-Islami, the country's largest Islamic party.
After two years of political turmoil Egypt faces an economic crisis, and has been in talks with the IMF for a multi billion-dollar loan. Egypt's planning minister said the country needs to act quickly to restore the economy.
In two attacks in southern and eastern Afghanistan three US service members, three US civilians, and an Afghan doctor were killed Saturday, the same day the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff arrives in Afghanistan.
On Saturday, a suicide bomber blew himself up in a campaign tent near Baghdad. At least 22 people were killed, and dozens injured. The tent belonged to Muthanna al-Jorani, a Sunni politician, who was not injured.
2 dead day care shooting: On Friday, a man armed with a shotgun shot and killed an employee at a day care center in Quebec and then killed himself. All the children at the day care were evacuated safely.
$5 million bounty: The bounties are being offered by the State Department under a provision in the War Crimes Rewards Program authored by Secretary of State John Kerry when he was a senator and signed into law by President Barack Obama in January.
Angelina Jolie opens a school for 200-300 girls in Afghanistan, in an area outside Kabul that has a high refugee population. This is the second girls' school Jolie is funding, and she says she plans to fund more with proceeds from her new jewelry line.