Iraqi officials say at least 22 policemen and several civilians were killed in three suicide bombings in Baghdad today (Thursday).
The United Nations' World Summit continues today (Thursday) in New York, with world leaders set to discuss a wide range of subjects.
Eleven members of the U.S. Congress have called on President Bush to urge Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to end his support for Burma's military government.
Chinese President Hu Jintao is offering aid to some of the world's poorest countries.
South Korean officials say the United States and North Korea apparently have failed to narrow their differences during a second day of bilateral meetings in Beijing.
President Bush is heading back to the hurricane-ravaged U.S. Gulf Coast region today to address the nation about recovery efforts following Hurricane Katrina.
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