The U.S. military says it is investigating the source of photographs published today (Friday) that show Saddam Hussein in his prison cell in Iraq.
A new American study of China's military expenditures says Beijing spends far more money on its armed forces than it admits.
China has announced it will raise export tariffs by up to 400-percent on 74 categories of textile products starting in June in an apparent effort to end a trade confrontation with the United States and Europe.
A top U.S. diplomat says Washington would provide support for genocide tribunals for Cambodia's surviving Khmer Rouge leaders if the process meets international standards.
U.N. peacekeepers leave East Timor today (Friday), ending a mission to stabilize the young country following a bloody 1999 vote for independence from Indonesia
A U.S. newspaper report says a confidential U.S. Army document details widespread abuse of Afghan detainees by American soldiers.
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