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A roadside bomb killed 12 civilians, including five children, in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday in an attack President Hamid Karzai condemned as "against all principles of Islam."
Government supporters wielding knives and handguns attacked protesters in southern Yemen on Sunday, leaving one dead in the latest in weeks of demonstrations demanding the president step down.
The career ambassador whom Moammar Gadhafi appointed to replace diplomatic defectors at the United Nations is well-known in Washington, where he wooed oil executives and foreign policy analysts after the Libyan dictator ditched his weapons of mass destruction.
At least three Bangladeshi evacuees from insurrection-hit Libya died after they tried to swim to shore from a ship moored in Souda port on the island of Crete, the Greek coast guard said on Sunday.
Libyan helicopter gunships fired on a rebel force advancing west toward Tripoli, the capital, along the country's Mediterranean coastline Sunday, as forces loyal to Col. Moammar Gadhafi fought intense ground battles with the rival fighters.
Col. Moammar Gadhafi's well-equipped but poorly trained security forces can wage a protracted battle against rebel fighters, allowing the beleaguered Libyan leader to cling to power for months, according to analysts and former Libyan officials.
Egypt's prime minister-designate named a caretaker Cabinet on Sunday to help lead the country through reforms and toward free elections after the uprising that ousted President Hosni Mubarak.
The State Department on Sunday advised Americans not to travel to Yemen and said U.S. citizens currently in the country should consider leaving.
The Boston Celtics have signed Carlos Arroyo for the rest of the season after the guard was released by the Miami Heat.