Two car bombs have exploded in Baghdad, killing at least 10 Iraqi soldiers and wounding 28 other people.
British Prime minister Tony Blair has warned Syria that the world is watching its actions closely -- adding to diplomatic pressure on Damascus to pull its troops out of Lebanon.
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says prospects for peace between Israel and the Palestinians are the best in years.
Taiwan's president is urging the European Union not to lift its arms embargo against China, saying the move could threaten stability and security in the region.
Malaysia authorities say they have arrested more than 560 illegal immigrant workers during the first day of a nationwide crackdown.
An FBI agent has testified that a U.S. citizen admitted to conspiring with al-Qaida to assassinate President Bush.
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