Mahmoud Ahmadinejad tells Iran's judiciary to uphold Roxana Saberi's legal rights.
The dramatic drop in violenc over the past year is due in part to US-led efforts. But the insurgency could linger.
Ahead of the Summit of the Americas, Spain has been quietly bolstering a common transatlantic agenda.
Hundreds in Kabul staged a rare rally Wednesday, defying counterprotesters' stones and insults.
Peace envoy's trip is part of sweeping effort to demonstrate a broader US approach toward regional peace.
Economic blame, Cuba, and Chávez, challenge new US-Latin American relations.
Egyptian police have arrested 25 suspects and are hunting for another 24 in the Sinai peninsula, where officials say the Iranian-sponsored group Hezbollah was operating a covert cell.
In vowing to restart its nuclear-weapons program, the pariah nation could be trying to win concessions from the US or it could be setting out a new strategy.
UN condemnation brings vows from North to restart nuclear program, pull out of six-party talks.