Eight people were killed in eastern Afghanistan by rockets fired from Pakistan, an official from the Afghan province of Kunar told CNN on Sunday.
Two members of the Basque separatist movement ETA, including one who has been convicted of more than 20 murders, were arrested Friday in London over alleged terror offenses, the Spanish Interior Ministry said.
Reaction is mixed after the Basque terrorist group ETA pledges to end violence. CNN's Al Goodman reports.
Thirty years after hundreds died in a fight over the disputed Falkland Islands, the Argentine president on Thursday urged Britain to once again try to resolve the conflict -- this time, at the negotiating table.
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown lashed out Monday at press baron Rupert Murdoch, his son and his British newspapers, raising the stakes in a highly charged and very public battle between the two men.
A former British prime minister who has been a harsh critic of media baron Rupert Murdoch is due to testify Monday at an enquiry spawned by phone-hacking at Murdoch's News of the World tabloid.
Angela Merkel said a core group of states needed to press on with European integration to fight the eurozone crisis, a rebuke to David Cameron, UK prime minister, who has called for more short-term crisis measures.
Britain and international Olympic officials are taking issue with an advertisement claiming Argentina has sovereignty over the Falkland Islands.
The U.N. chief made a landmark visit to Myanmar on Sunday, the latest high-profile official to descend on the nation as it undergoes economic and political reforms.
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton met with Myanmar's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi Saturday, as she became the latest in a series of high-ranking international figures to visit the country.
CNN's Becky Anderson talks to Aung Din, Exec. Dir. U.S. Campaign for Burma, about the election victory for Suu Kyi.
Australia said Monday that it was relaxing sanctions on Myanmar, responding to the Southeast Asian country's political reforms by significantly reducing the number of government officials and lawmakers subject to travel restrictions.
British Prime Minister David Cameron will arrive in Myanmar Friday accompanied by a delegation of 10 business leaders -- a measure of how quickly the once reclusive Southeast Asian country is reengaging with the world both diplomatically and economically.
Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain is planning to visit Myanmar on Friday, after the pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party won dozens of seats at elections in the Southeast Asian country, a Myanmar government official said Tuesday.
Six Nobel Peace Prize laureates have urged Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron to hold talks with Argentina on the future of the Falkland Islands.
The world economy may be bracing for another grim year, but political donors in the United States are breaking out their checkbooks to finance what is expected to be the most expensive presidential election in American history.
CNN's Dan Rivers reports on simmering tensions over the Falkland Islands as Britain's Prince William deploys there.
Argentina's foreign ministry slammed British officials Tuesday over Prince William's upcoming deployment in the Falkland Islands.
Pakistani lawmakers on Monday passed a resolution supporting the country's democratic system, a vote that came after weeks of public speculation and political intrigue about the possibility of a coup in the volatile nation.
CNN's Richard Quest talks to Turkish Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek about Turkey's thriving economy and growth.
The European Union is "shooting itself in the foot" by keeping Turkey at bay, the country's Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek says.
The Iranian parliament Sunday voted to expel the British ambassador and reduce diplomatic relations with the nation in retaliation for newly-imposed Western sanctions, according to Iran's official news agency.
Reaction to the death of deposed Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi poured in Thursday from around the world with common themes: regret for those killed during Gadhafi's rule, calls for national reconciliation and a move toward democracy.
British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks out on the death of Moammar Gadhafi. CNN's Phil Black reports.
CNN's Becky Anderson explains the Euro bailout fund and who pays what by using mugs of beer.
Europe's top banking regulator has started to re-examine the strength of the region's banks, modelling a big writedown of all peripheral eurozone sovereign debt.
Palestinian leaders say they will be eager to move on a peace deal once the U.N. officially recognizes them as a state.
In a meandering address that assigned American blame to issues ranging from the trans-Atlantic slave trade to the global financial crisis, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad blasted U.S. foreign policy Thursday in a speech that prompted several delegates to walk out.
After six years living in the UK -- as a student and then working in banking -- Krzysztof Waliszczak has moved back to his native Poland.
Turkey's government is calling on the United Kingdom to return the head of an ancient marble statue taken more than a century ago.
Prime Minister David Cameron told British lawmakers during a heated session Wednesday that if he had known then what he knows now about his one-time communications director, former News of the World editor Andy Coulson, he would not have hired him.
In parliament, British Prime Minister David Cameron defends himself as he's grilled over the phone hacking scandal.
Alastair Campbell says the end of News of the World is a result of criminal activity and extraordinary mismanagement.
Who has lost the most authority: Media mogul Rupert Murdoch or British Prime Minister David Cameron?
Palestinian leaders announced Sunday that they will go to the United Nations this September and ask to be recognized as an independent country, a move opposed by both Israel and the United States.
NATO said Monday that a residential building west of Tripoli was targeted early Monday in an airstrike that the Libyan government alleges killed 15 people, including three children.
Sweden is making a political right turn, in a very Swedish way: cautiously, consensually, unflamboyantly. But decisively even so.
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is pushing education to the top of the development agenda for Africa.
CNN's Nic Robertson explains the ongoing battle in Libya between Moammar Gadhafi's forces and opposition forces.
Three months after protests against Moammar Gadhafi began in Libya, the country seems to be grinding into a stalemated civil war.
Explosions erupted in Tripoli for a second consecutive night Wednesday into Thursday morning as NATO jets struck a vocational secondary school, a Libyan government official said.
As NATO warplanes pound Tripoli, world leaders urge patience in the ongoing war in Libya. CNN's Jonathan Mann reports.
Queen Elizabeth II visits Croke Park, a symbol of Irish independence. CNN's Fionnuala Sweeney reports.
Queen Elizabeth II visited Croke Park stadium in Dublin Wednesday on the second day of her landmark tour of Ireland.
Mahmoud Gibril talks with Wolf Blitzer about the future of Libya before his Friday meeting with White House officials.
The voice of embattled leader Moammar Gadhafi was heard on Libyan TV on Friday in an attempt to assure his people that he is alive and in a place where "you cannot kill me."
There is a growing focus among the international coalition on the "end game" in Libya, and whether one option would be to persuade Moammar Gadhafi to step down and go into exile.
Libyan opposition fighters continue their march west with Gadhafi's birthplace in sight. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
Opposition fighters continued to push west, entering territory loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, but were quickly beaten back, rebels told CNN, as diplomats arrived Tuesday in London to discuss the crisis.
U.S. President Barack Obama defended his decision to authorize U.S. involvement in the military action in Libya by casting himself as a reluctant warrior, saying he and other key U.S. allies had no choice but to act because of fears that Moammar Gadhafi was planning to kill more of his own people.
U.S. President Barack Obama warned Libya's Moammar Gadhafi on Friday to immediately stop the "brutal repression" of Libyan civilians or face military consequences from a unified international community.
CNN's Tom Foreman reports it remains unclear just how much money Hosni Mubarak has.
Authorities in Egypt have frozen the assets of former President Hosni Mubarak and his family, state-run media reported Monday.
The British journalist expelled from Russia was denied entry when he came back to the country because "he violated a number of rules concerning the work of foreign correspondents," the Russian Foreign Ministry said on its website Tuesday.
The previous British government never exerted any pressure on Scottish officials to release convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdelbeset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi, according to the newly released conclusion of an internal document review ordered by Prime Minister David Cameron.
As protesters on the streets of Cairo continued to demand that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak step down, there were new glimpses into the sensitive diplomatic strategy the Obama administration is using to help bring about a transition in which Mubarak himself helps to dismantle his own power structure.
Is Egypt a revolution or a revolt? CNN's Fareed Zakaria takes a look.
U.S. armed forces leaders continued high-level talks Sunday with their Egyptian counterparts, applauding their "continued professionalism" and reaffirming the two militaries' partnership, a spokesman said.
People gather in front of the White House protesting Egypt's government. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
A former British parliament member is being jailed for 18 months in connection with the so-called expenses scandal, a court official in the United Kingdom said.
A Pakistani-born teenager now living in Wales presented a petition Thursday in London to the British Government in a last-ditch bid to avoid imminent deportation.
Russia said Wednesday that it blamed "unfriendly" actions by Britain for a recent diplomatic spat that led both nations to expel each others' diplomats.
British officials aren't answering official Russian requests for more information about a Russian woman detained as a possible spy, Russia's Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.
Russia and Qatar will host soccer's biggest tournament, the FIFA World Cup, for the first time in 2018 and 2022 respectively.
Russia's prime minister Vladimir Putin will not going to Zurich to help his country win the 2018 World Cup and has complained of "unfair competition" in the bidding process.
Longtime Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams announced Sunday that he's leaving Northern Ireland politics to run for parliament in the Irish Republic, blasting what he called the current Irish government's "deeply damaging" economic policy.
The leaders of Britain and France signed a groundbreaking treaty on defense cooperation Tuesday that would combine many elements of their militaries, British Prime Minister David Cameron announced.
The Tea Party's sudden popularity risks being hijacked by far right groups in Europe, as Dan Rivers reports.
If you believe the mood music, the Tea Party's rise may mark a political watershed in the U.S.
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera tells Becky Anderson how he felt the moment he heard the miners were alive.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan said in an exclusive interview with CNN that his country won't fall into violence.
At over 246,000 and counting, he has more Facebook fans than the combined tally of British Prime Minister David Cameron, German chancellor Angela Merkel, and South African head of state Jacob Zuma.
Britain's Labour Party on Saturday announced Ed Miliband as its new leader Saturday, four months after Prime Minister Gordon Brown resigned from the post when his party lost the election.
Ijaz Butt, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board, stands by his accusations that English players 'fixed' a match.
A scheduled meeting between Pakistani cricket authorities and three of their country's national players over an alleged betting scandal has been postponed for a day, the team manager told CNN on Wednesday.
Federal investigators are en route from Pakistan to England to probe a betting scandal related to Pakistan's national cricket team, Interior Minister Rehman Malik told CNN.
CNN's Anna Coren reports on the candidates and issues in Australia's hotly contested race for prime minister.
Australians go to the polls on August 21, 2010, and will choose between the Australian Labor Party and the Coalition to form a new government.
On a recent visit to India, British Prime Minister David Cameron had this to say about Pakistan, historically a close friend of the West's: "We cannot tolerate in any sense the idea that this country is allowed to look both ways and is able, in any way, to promote the export of terror, whether to India or whether to Afghanistan or anywhere else in the world."
CNN's Reza Saya shows us how many Pakistanis are struggling to survive after devastating floods.
Heavy downpours worsened massive flooding in Pakistan on Sunday as aid agencies increased relief efforts to help the about 12 million people affected in much of the country.
CNN's Dan Rivers reports many Pakistan flood victims haven't received any aid.
Heavy monsoonal downpours worsened massive flooding in Pakistan Saturday and weather forecasts provided little hope of drying out in the next few days.
Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari and the British Prime Minister David Cameron Friday pledged to increase cooperation between the two countries on economic development and security issues.
Imam Baksh used two cots as shelter over his head and a third to shield him from the drenched earth.
Two U.S. senators have requested more information from the British and Scottish governments regarding the release of a Libyan man convicted in the 1988 bombing of Pam Am Flight 103, which killed 270 people.
Pakistani Ambassador to the U.S. Husain Haqqani talks about accusations of helping the Taliban and about terrorism.
Pakistan's president will proceed with a scheduled visit to the United Kingdom this week despite recent tough remarks about his country's handling of terrorism from the British prime minister, officials said.
British PM David Cameron questions Pakistan's commitment to fighting terrorism. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
Pakistan's spy chief's planned visit to the United Kingdom has been canceled over tough remarks by the British prime minister about the country, a Pakistani military official confirmed Saturday.
Britain's prime minister delivered a sober message Wednesday to Pakistan: Don't export terror.
British Prime Minister David Cameron called Gaza a "prison camp" on Tuesday, a blunt description from a major Western leader about the besieged Palestinian territory.
British Prime Minister David Cameron traveled to Turkey on Tuesday and made the case for the country to join the European Union.
Two U.S. senators ratcheted up the pressure on BP and British government officials Monday to provide answers to the questions now swirling around the release of Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi, the Libyan man convicted in the 1988 bombing of Pam Am Flight 103, which killed 270 people.
CNN's Jill Dougherty takes a look at the allegations between BP and the release of the Lockerbie bomber last year.
The eruption of new controversy over the release last August of a Libyan man convicted in the Pan Am Flight 103 bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland, is a "media firestorm" that threatens to distract Washington from more pressing issues, says analyst Fareed Zakaria.
The United Nations remained abuzz Wednesday as Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon returned to New York headquarters days after an internal report from a senior staffer sharply chastised him.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has offered to meet with four U.S. senators Tuesday to discuss the 2009 release of a Libyan man convicted of playing a role in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
The British government Tuesday created the Office for Tax Simplification, designed to cut through the 11,000 pages that currently make up the country's tax code.
A group of U.S. lawmakers have called for an investigation into whether BP may have played a role in lobbying for the release of the man convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
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