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Hezbollah says looming indictments by a U.N. court for the assassination of a former prime minister are of no concern to the group. Hezbollah's leader, in fact, says he is so relaxed he sleeps an extra hour every night.
The top Pentagon job overseeing the secret war on terrorist groups has been offered to former U.S. counterterrorism ambassador Michael Sheehan, according to two senior U.S. officials.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday said foreign powers should stop interfering in Afghanistan's internal affairs and the implementation of its laws and constitution.
Afghan efforts to eradicate opium-yielding poppy crops that fuel the Taliban-led insurgency have stalled as a result of a lack of incentives and adequate security for farmers who may be inclined to cut ties with the Taliban, according to Afghan and Western officials.
Rapper Waka Flocka Flame faces a court hearing after surrendering to Atlanta area police on drug and gun charges.
The top Pentagon job overseeing the secret special operations war on terrorist groups has been offered to former U.S. counterterrorism ambassador Michael Sheehan, according to two senior U.S. officials.
Afghanistan's president told foreign powers Tuesday to stop meddling in the country's internal affairs, apparently lashing back at those who say rampant government corruption undermines rebuilding the war-ravaged nation.
In a rare visit to a region with which he once fought a civil war, Sudan's president said Tuesday he is ready to welcome and assist Southern Sudan as a new country if it votes for independence as expected in a referendum next week.
Chinese scientists have mastered the technology for reprocessing nuclear fuel, potentially yielding additional power sources to keep the country's economy booming, state television reported Monday.