Spain is holding a national day of mourning and commemoration today (Friday) to mark the one year anniversary of the Madrid train bombings which killed 191 people.
Nearly 50 Iraqis were killed in a suicide bombing at a Shi'ite funeral in Mosul Thursday, as Shi'ite and Kurdish politicians worked to finalize a deal on a new governing coalition.
A published report says a top United Nations envoy will tell Syrian President Bashar al-Assad that his country will face political and economic isolation if Syria does not quickly and completely withdraw troops from Lebanon.
Senior U.S. officials say the Bush administration is ready to adopt a European proposal to offer Iran economic incentives to abandon its aggressive nuclear program.
U.S. and Chinese officials are meeting in Washington today (Friday) to discuss how to bring North Korea back to six-nation talks on its nuclear weapons program.
Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange have angrily condemned a U.S. court's dismissal of their lawsuit accusing U.S. chemical companies of crimes against humanity.
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