This weekend, Clinton appeared to back off from US demands for an Israeli settlement freeze, raising the ire of Arabs. In Morocco today, she tried to mollify them.
Iran said the guards were just chasing drug dealers when they crossed into Pakistani soil Monday. But some in Pakistan suspect it has to do with last week's deadly suicide bombing in Iran.
Demonstrators at the American Bankers Association convention Tuesday decried banks' greed and lack of transparency. But officials say the bankers in Chicago aren't the ones who were bailed out by the federal government.
Radovan Karadzic, the former Bosnian Serb leader, accused of genocide, said he would not appear at The Hague to defend himself. He cited insufficient time to prepare.
The law will toughen existing regulations on paparazzi, but it could be challenged in court on First Amendment grounds.
The attacks are sparking concerns of a return to violence in an area that was the epicenter of the Sunni insurgency until local tribal leaders allied with the US in late 2007.
Indonesian village Mangopo had no fatalities. Other nearby villages without evacuation training did.