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The Afghan attorney general's office has arrested two employees of the nation's electoral commission and two people working in the money transfer business on allegations of fraud in the September parliamentary elections, the deputy attorney general said Thursday.
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani formally renominated Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to his post Thursday, giving him 30 days to assemble a government.
A Minneapolis-based Somali businessman and lawyer was buried Thursday, one day after he was shot in the Somali capital, his relatives said.
Italian students have occupied the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Rome's Colosseum to protest education cuts and university reforms being considered by parliament.
Recent disclosures that North Korea is building a light-water reactor and centrifuge facility to produce uranium fuel for bombs has confirmed what critics say are significant failures of U.S. intelligence and diplomacy since 2002 to identify and halt Pyongyang's nuclear program.
Rescuers found the burned bodies Wednesday of two islanders killed in a North Korean artillery attack — the first civilian deaths from a skirmish that marked a dramatic escalation of tensions between the rival Koreas.
The Ahmed Ghailani verdict by a New York jury last week showed that it is misguided to wage the war on terror in the courtroom. It is best to detain al Qaeda terrorists, interrogate them for intelligence and delay their trials until the end of hostilities without bringing them to America and giving them lawyers and the full protection of our Constitution, which they do not deserve.
Sudan's south accused the northern army of carrying out an airstrike on an army base in southern Sudan on Wednesday in an attempt to derail a Jan. 9 referendum on southern independence.
A suicide car bomber struck a convoy of Yemeni Shi'ites on their way to a religious ceremony on Wednesday, killing 17 and wounding more than 15 people, a security official said.