Rising out of the jungle on white pillars, the new Preah Vihear Museum's largest building stands empty. But Cambodian officials hope that one day it will be the place where nine ancient statues depicting a dramatic battle scene are reunited from around the world.
Jim Gomez, Associated Press | posted 55 minutes ago
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon was welcomed Saturday with Christmas songs sung by children who lost their homes as he toured a central Philippine city devastated by a super typhoon that killed more than 6,100 people last month.
Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 10:49pm
A Taiwanese tourist who was kidnapped more than a month ago in Malaysia has been released in the southern Philippines, a Filipino military commander said Saturday.
Charlton Doki and Jason Straziuso, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 8:04pm
Armed rebels were said to be in control of some of South Sudan's oil fields Friday, raising questions of how long the country's oil will flow and whether Sudan could enter the conflict which showed no signs of ending.
Andrea Rodriguez, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 7:24pm
Cuba will eliminate a currency pegged to the dollar as part of a move to end its unique double-currency system, which had become a symbol of economic inequality to many islanders, Cuba's top economic official said Friday.
Cassandra Vinograd, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 7:02pm
The U.K. will help the international mission to destroy Syria's chemical weapons program, officials said Friday, joining a complex operation with prominent roles for the U.S., Denmark and Norway.
Freddy Cuevas and Alberto Arce, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 5:37pm
Honduras' national police chief, a man who intimidated many in this violent country with a fearsome reputation colored by allegations he ran death squads a decade ago, is out of a job.
E. Eduardo Castillo, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 5:29pm
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto signed into law a sweeping reform that will allow private companies to drill for oil and gas, and end a seven-decade-long monopoly held by the state oil company.
Charmaine Noronha, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 4:37pm
Canada's highest court struck down the country's anti-prostitution laws Friday, a victory for sex workers who had argued that a ban on brothels and other measures made their profession more dangerous. The ruling drew criticism from the conservative government and religious leaders.
Michelle Faul and Ibrahim Garba, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 3:44pm
Islamic religious authorities married 1,111 couples at a mass wedding aimed at combating rising rates of divorce, births out of wedlock, and the number of impoverished widows and divorcees forced to make a living on the streets in Muslim northern Nigeria.
John Heilprin, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 3:33pm
The U.S. is blocking Iran's participation at the Syria peace conference planned for next month, but the other delegations have been agreed on and will include other regional players such as Saudi Arabia, officials said Friday.
Sarah Dilorenzo, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 3:18pm
France is alone again on an unwieldy mission in Africa and is pushing reluctant European allies to cough up troops and resources. Not for the first time, EU countries are expressing unconditional moral support _ but little else.
Jim Heintz, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 2:44pm
In a few breathtaking hours, one-time oil baron Mikhail Khodorkovsky went from being a prisoner locked away for a decade in the remote depths of northern Russia to being a free man in Berlin. As he sped between those extremes, questions trailed behind.
Carlos Valdez, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 2:02pm
Bolivians are celebrating the launch of the country's first telecommunications satellite with indigenous rituals dedicated to Pachamama, or Mother Earth.
Paul Schemm, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 12:39pm
After days of relative calm, sectarian violence once more exploded Friday in Central African Republic claiming at least 30 lives.
Desmond Butler, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 12:39pm
A vast corruption scandal could damage Turkey's powerful leader in a way that anti-government protests which brought thousands into the streets this summer failed to do.
Zeina Karam and John Heilprin, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 12:16pm
The commander of Syria's main Western-backed rebel group appealed for unity in the insurgency's ranks Friday, trying to ease rifts with Islamic extremist rivals ahead of an international peace conference for Syria in January, over which the opposition is sharply divided.
Ashok Sharma, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 12:04pm
India's information minister lashed out at the United States on Friday and demanded an apology for the treatment of a diplomat who was arrested in New York, saying America cannot behave "atrociously" and get away with it.
Suzan Fraser, Associated Press | posted 5 minutes ago
Turkey's state-run news agency says court officials have formally arrested the sons of two government ministers in a vast corruption investigation targeting allies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Associated Press | posted 20 minutes ago
India's environment minister has resigned in a government shakeup as the governing Congress party prepares for next year's national elections.
Haruna Umar, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 3:27pm
Islamic extremists firing anti-aircraft rockets and rocket-propelled grenades attacked a tank battalion barracks in northeast Nigeria and set the entire complex ablaze, the military and witnesses say.
Mark Stevenson, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 2:31pm
Two government helicopter gunships opened fire on 10 vehicles fleeing a luxury beach condo complex during this week's gun battle at the Gulf of California resort of Puerto Penasco, Mexican authorities said.
Esam Mohamed, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 1:02pm
Gunmen shot and killed a top Libyan military intelligence official Friday outside his home in an eastern city known as a stronghold for an Islamic extremist militia, the latest in a string of assassinations targeting government officials and others.
Frances D'emilio, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 1:00pm
On Ciro Fusco's farm in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, police swooped down one recent day and planted a sign prohibiting anyone from harvesting the broccoli or even setting foot on the land.
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Tue, 30 Jul 2013 12:14:37 GMT
Taliban prison break: Militants among 250 freed by Pakistan jail attack
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Taliban prison break: 250 militants escape after attack on Pakistan jail
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U.K. safety inspectors check all 52 London theaters
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