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Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on Monday urged other Arab countries to reopen their embassies in the capital and to cancel his country's debts as a show of support for his government as it cracks down on militias in Iraq.
The Midwest awoke to a forceful magnitude 5.2 earthquake early Friday morning. The earthquake, centered in southern Illinois, damaged property but no injuries were reported. Ray Suarez talks to an expert about the rare Midwest quake.
Car bombs and a suicide attacker struck Baghdad and cities to the north and west of the capital on Tuesday, killing nearly 60 people and shattering a recent lull in violence in predominantly Sunni areas while fighting rages in the…
Zimbabwe's High Court dealt a major blow to opposition party leaders on Monday by rejecting their demand that the results from the March 29 presidential election be released.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe and opposition presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai will meet with leaders of southern African nations this weekend in an emergency summit to discuss the deepening political standoff in the country.
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President Bush secured NATO endorsement Thursday for his plans to construct a missile defense shield in Europe despite firm Russian opposition but failed to win backing for the quick accession of Ukraine and Georgia to the alliance.
The Pentagon Tuesday disclosed a 2003 memo, since rescinded, that outlined the justifications for using harsh interrogation techniques against terror suspects and said President Bush's wartime authority trumps any ban on torture.
The Arctic is a receptacle of the planet's air pollutants -- from forest fires to human-produced carbon dioxide emissions -- and a coordinated international effort is geared toward learning more about pollutants' effects at the top of the globe.
Author and journalist Steve Coll's new book "The Bin Ladens: An Arabian Family in the American Century" documents Osama bin Laden's upbringing and family environment. Coll discusses his new book with Margaret Warner.
Islamist fighters took control of the town of Jowhar, Somalia, on Wednesday in an ongoing insurgency against the Western-backed government that has gathered steam in recent months.
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