Argentina train crash: In a crash similar to one that killed 52 people last year, a commuter train slammed into a Buenos Aires station at the end of the line Saturday morning, injuring at least 80. Angry witnesses shouted at the train's operator and threw stones.
A suicide bomber reportedly sat among diners at a small restaurant in Beledweyne, north of Mogadishu, Saturday, before detonating his device. The blast killed at least 12 people, and injured at least ten others.
Police blocked election officials from carrying election materials outside their office, saying they did not meet set conditions for a presidential revote. Citizens of the Maldives must vote again for a president, following a court ruling annulling the September election results due to voter fraud.
Syrian rebels targeted a pro-government suburb, killing 16 government soldiers in a suicide bombing at a checkpoint Saturday. Meanwhile, Syrian, Turkish, and Lebanese officials negotiated the release of some hostages and prisoners.
Wildfires have ravaged New South Wales, destroying 193 homes in Australia's most populous state. With 68 fires burning and 22 out of control, firefighters struggled to contain the blaze, as temperatures and winds continued to rise.
Legal prosecutions are the next phase in the crackdown against Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood. In addition to ousted President Mohammed Morsi, other leaders of the group face charges of inciting violence and terrorism.
Is Queen Elizabeth II in danger? No. A man with a history of mental illness tried to rush through a Buckingham Palace gate carrying a six-inch knife, say prosecutors, but Queen Elizabeth II was away and the man was quickly apprehended.
Philippines earthquake: The magnitude 7.2 earthquake Tuesday struck Cebu and Bohol hardest, killing at least 90 people. But some say the toll could have been higher if the country hadn't declared a new Muslim holiday.
Earthquake in Greece: A major quake shook Greece but caused little damage and no serious injuries were reported. The magnitude 6.4 earthquake Saturday was centered off the coast of the island of Crete.