Malaysia's opposition leader has urged his supporters to wear black at a rally to be held in the capital Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday to protest Sunday's vote, which he claims "was marred with unprecedented election fraud."
The death toll from the disastrous building collapse in Bangladesh last month has risen above 700, authorities said Tuesday.
North Korea issued a new threat of military action Tuesday if "even a single shell" from U.S. and South Korean naval exercises fell within its territorial waters.
The office of Mexico's top prosecutor is investigating the slaying of the sons of two well-known journalists
It doesn't take a social anthropologist to see that Italians truly love a lot about American culture. It is evident everywhere, from the popularity of Coca-Cola and Levi's to the prevalence of American music and movies.
Israel is taking steps to defend itself against threatened retaliation from Syria after claims it launched a night assault on a suburb of the capital Damascus on Sunday. This was believed to be the second Israeli attack in three days.
Officials in China close in on two "meat processing and selling dens" for hawking fake beef or mutton.
Sunni leaders are forming their own army, preparing for a confrontation with government forces. Arwa Damon reports
A blast near a political rally left seven people dead and 30 injured in a Pakistan tribal region Monday, a government official said.
Police in Rio de Janeiro on Monday were searching for an armed man who robbed passengers and raped a woman on a moving bus.
Israel's alleged airstrikes, if confirmed, show how the Syrian conflict has mutated into a regional war by proxy, analyst Fawaz A. Gerges says.
A suicide bomber drove a car packed with explosives into a convoy carrying a Qatari delegation in Mogadishu Sunday, killing at least eight people and wounding seven, authorities and witnesses said.
The maker of a fake bomb detector that investigators say put lives at risk was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison by a London court.
Poultry workers moving to and from wet markets and farms may be responsible for the spread of the deadly H7N9 virus in China, says a virologist who's working with the World Health Organisation to investigate the outbreak.
On any given Monday, Motijheel -- the commercial center of Dhaka -- is a bustling, chaotic mess of rickshaws and cars jockeying for space in overcrowded streets with an equally determined mass of pushing, shoving pedestrians.
The case of a U.S. citizen sentenced to 15 years in a North Korean labor camp is not a "political bargaining chip," the North's state-run Korean Central News Agency reported Sunday.
A U.N. official says there are strong suspicions that Syrian rebel forces have used the deadly nerve agent sarin gas in the country's civil war.
Lawmakers in Libya passed a law on Sunday banning senior Gadhafi government officials from holding official posts.
Malaysians are awaiting early results in one of the most hotly contested national elections the Southeast nation has ever experienced.
A Syrian official called an attack Sunday on the nation's military research facility a "declaration of war" by Israel.