Syrian President Bashar al-Assad told his new government yesterday to spare no effort to win what he now calls a full-scale war.
The British monarchy has raised eyebrows by updating a rulebook to include guidelines on how the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, who has no royal blood, must acknowledge the "blood princesses."
Bolivian President Evo Morales has claimed right-wing forces have infiltrated the police protest in La Paz, which has now entered its sixth day.
The Mexican government says it's disappointed by the Supreme Court's decision to let stand Arizona requirement that officers check immigration status of some individuals.
Sayed Zabiuddin Ansari, arrested last week after his deportation from Saudi Arabia, has told Indian authorities that Pakistani military and intelligence officials participated in planning the 2008 attack.
Syria's civil war is ugly, and outside intervention could make it uglier. But Syria's alleged chemical weapons stockpiles argue for a major US and international role if the Assad regime collapses.
The elegant clear-plastic lantern, which charges itself when left out in the sun and emits the light of a 60-watt bulb, will bring a safe and inexpensive light source to those without electricity.
The shootout at Mexico City's international airport might be a rare event, but it's also a measure of how – and why – the perception of security in Mexico continues to plummet.