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Turkey's foreign minister recognized Libya's rebel leaders as the country's legitimate representatives and promised them an additional $200 million in aid during a visit Sunday.
Roadside bombs have killed 17 people in southern Afghanistan, including 13 who died when an explosion ripped through the van they were traveling in on Saturday morning, the government said.
A wildfire near the nation's premier nuclear weapons laboratory and a northern New Mexico community has grown to more than 103,800 acres, or 162 square miles.
A man was fatally stabbed during a fight Thursday night at the University Town Center in Hyattsville, Prince George's County police said.
A passenger bus hit a roadside bomb in Afghanistan's south on Thursday, and the blast killed 20 people, an Afghan official said.
A U.N.-backed court indicted at least one senior Hezbollah member and three other suspects Thursday in the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, a Lebanese official said.
The American ambassador in Lebanon discussed recent Hezbollah threats against the U.S. Embassy in Beirut in talks this week with a leading politician backed by the terrorist group, which dominates the new government.
A U.N.-backed court indicted at least one senior Hezbollah member and three other suspects Thursday in the 2005 assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, a killing that transformed this tiny Arab nation and brought down its government earlier this year.
Libya's opposition leader said Thursday that rebels need more weapons and funding, as Britain offered new body armor and uniforms for civilian police officers in the country's eastern cities.