Khartoum has agreed to swap prisoners and talk with Darfur insurgents.
On Kosovo's first anniversary, Fatmir Sejdiu says his country can maintain itself as a state.
Prime Minister Erdogan's popular tirade on Gaza also hurt his credibility.
Despite President Obama's offer to extend a hand if Iran 'unclenched its fist,' Iranian officials say his choice of diplomats calls into question his commitment to change.
Gaza doctors add to the growing number of accounts that suggest Israel used white phosphorus munitions against international norms of war.
Western nations worry that a Safir rocket could deliver nuclear weapons.
Readers write about giving FERC more authority to site electrical power lines, why curbing population growth will lead to less greenhouse gas pollution, and the UN's efforts to aid in the Rwanda-Congo crisis.