An apparent suicide bomb attack aimed at Shi'ite Muslims in Pakistan killed at least 10 people in an area near the Afghan border today (Thursday).
President Bush and Jordan's King Abdullah have
called on foreign governments to end the deadly rioting that has raged across the Muslim.
Japan has criticized a top Chinese official for saying there is little hope of improving relations between Tokyo and Beijing as long as Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi remains in office.
Indonesian health officials say their tests show two women from the same area have been infected by the bird-flu virus.
The United Nations says it expects the long awaited genocide trial of Cambodia's former Khmer Rouge leaders to begin next year.
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