Turkish police have begun using water cannons and plastic bullets on anti-government protesters. Mohammed Jamjoom reports.
A Japanese governor has approved a measure to allow for the relocation of a controversial U.S. military base on Okinawa, breaking 17 years of stagnation on the base's transfer plan, the government of Okinawa said Friday
A python has killed a security guard near a luxury hotel in Bali, Indonesia.
Backers of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood battled police in Cairo and other cities after Friday prayers. At least three people died and 265 were arrested, the Interior Ministry said.
About 70 people were injured Wednesday when a swarm of carnivorous fish attacked at a beach.
Members of Uganda's lesbian and gay community fear they'll be persecuted even more than they are, as Arwa Damon reports.
Mohamad Chatah, a former Lebanese finance minister and ambassador to the United States, died Friday when a car bomb struck his convoy in downtown Beirut, Lebanon's National News Agency reported.
An ice-breaking rescue ship is within sight of stranded research vessel stranded off the Coast of Antarctica.
After four days trapped in Antarctic sea ice, the 74 people aboard an expedition vessel could soon be freed. Two ice-breaking ships are expected to reach them on Friday.
The government of South Sudan has agreed to a ceasefire "in principle," but it is not clear if it will be accepted by rebels, a government official said.