South Korea President Lee on Sunday emphasized coexistence and proposed a unification tax to prepare for any future collapse of North Korea. Monday, he expressed strong support for this week's war games with the United States.
The humanitarian and economic disaster caused by the worst floods in Pakistan's history could spark political unrest that could destabilize the government, dealing a major blow to the Obama administration's efforts to fight violent Islamic extremism.
India may ask Google and Skype for greater access to encrypted information once it resolves security concerns with BlackBerrys, which are now under threat of a ban, according to a government document and two people familiar with the discussions.
Germans confirmed the authenticity of photographs that show PKK fighters killed by chemical weapons. The evidence puts increasing pressure on the Turkish government, long been suspected of using such weapons against Kurdish rebels.
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In a matter of a few weeks the BlackBerry device has become the target for its encrypted email and messaging services. India, like several countries in the Middle East and North Africa, want access to encrypted Blackberry communication, which has bee
The United Nations plans to move its foreign missions and organizations back inside Somalia after an absence of more than 17 years, a senior United Nations official said Sunday. The United Nations left Somalia for Nairobi in 1993 because of secur
The constitution bars Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega from seeking re-election next year, but that's not stopping the onetime leftist revolutionary. Billboards and murals are going up across Nicaragua announcing "Daniel — 2011," making it plain th
Bolivia's leftist government said it has begun military training for civilians at army barracks in what the opposition called a first step toward creating pro-government militias. Weapons instruction and physical training began for hundreds at milita
The Dutch military is one of the country's more respected institutions, and the all-volunteer force regularly advertises for new soldiers in all branches. It is also unionized, which is why ads often promote taking a "job" with the military.
A cattle raid in Southern Sudan possibly sparked by the region's high bride price — 100 cows or more — left 21 people dead, an official said. Cattle raiders attempted to steal hundreds of cattle from a camp in Southern Sudan's Yirol East region, but
Research In Motion Ltd., maker of the BlackBerry smartphone, faces increasing challenges to its overseas expansion as developing countries tighten restrictions on mobile e-mail.
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The first Khmer Rouge commander to face a U.N.-backed tribunal was sentenced to 35 years in prison for overseeing 14,000 deaths in the 1970s, but he'll serve about half that, angering many Cambodians. A 67-year-old former prison chief known as Duch,
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U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron announced plans to use “hundreds of millions of pounds” from dormant bank accounts to fund community projects, while Business Secretary Vince Cable said lenders “ripped off” customers.
Shortly before he died in 1830, Simón Bolívar asked his doctor, "How will I ever get out of this labyrinth?" Bolívar was South America's most celebrated independence hero — remembered today as El Libertador, the continent's liberator — but the Venezu
The summer months are typically when the quality of political discourse in this country reaches its yearly nadir. Washington tends to slow down from June to August, and people who hold moderate interest in the political process instead turn to barbec
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, a staple of Mideast politics for more than 30 years, hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Cairo this weekend amid rising concerns about Mubarak's health.
Bethesda defense giant Lockheed Martin said Friday that it secured a roughly $9 billion deal to sell the Canadian government 65 of its new fighter jets, a move that industry analysts called a positive sign for one of the company's biggest and most cl
SOUTH Korea has developed a long-range cruise missile capable of striking nuclear sites and military targets in North Korea, news reports say.
The 23 players on the Iroquois national lacrosse team expected to spend this week vying for a world championship. Instead, they spent Friday night divvying up their gear in the driveway outside a Hilton hotel here, having officially declared defeat i
Argentina on Thursday became the first country in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriage, following a landmark Senate vote carried live on national television.
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South Korea has deployed sentry robots capable of detecting and killing intruders along the heavily-fortified border with North Korea, officials said on Tuesday.
Northern Ireland politicians unite to condemn 'thuggery and vandalism' after shots were fired at police
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Northern Ireland's political and security leaders condemned Irish nationalist militants Tuesday who injured 82 police officers during two nights of rioting sparked by the province's annual parades by the British Protestant majority.