World Bulletin / News Desk
An attacker wearing an Afghan army uniform killed a member of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in the south of Afghanistan on Sunday, the force said.
At least 57 members of ISAF Have been killed in so-called insider attacks this year as NATO prepares to withdraw most combat troops by the end of 2014.
"An individual in an Afghan National Army uniform turned his weapon against ISAF service members, killing one," an ISAF spokesman said, declining to give the victim's nationality.
Policemen used teargas to disperse the demonstrators, who responded with stones, the eyewitness said
Obama speaks with British, French, German and Italian counterparts to discuss Ukraine, Gaza, Libya and Iraq
Netanyahu said Israel has to be ready for a long war until the objectives of the current operation against Gaza are achieved. Hamas says Netanyahu's threats can do nothing to scare it or scare the Palestinian people
The United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called for all sides in the conflict to be held accountable for 'this outrageous crime'
The United States said it was "profoundly disappointed" by former General Hugo Carvajal's release on drug trafficking charges
At least ten Palestinian children were killed and 45 others injured on Monday by Israeli shelling of the western Gaza City Al-Shati Camp
Many current U.S. surveillance programs go well beyond what is necessary to ensure national security, the report said.
The displaced children took to the school's playground to catch a glimpse of holiday celebrations amid a relentless Israeli offensive
Morning attack by suspected militants kills 21 civilians – including 10 women – headed for Eid celebrations
Dozens of former officials, including a former prime minister, have been arrested on charges such as abuse of power and corruption since Saakashvili's party lost an election two years ago.
Two rival brigades of former rebels fighting for control of Tripoli International Airport have pounded each other's positions for two weeks, turning the south of the capital into a battlefield.
A female bomber blew herself up at a petrol station in northern Nigeria's biggest city of Kano
Minister says Malaysia’s main concern is returning citizens’ bodies to provide closure to grieving families.
"We are ready, if they wish, to facilitate their asylum on our soil," France's foreign and interior ministers said in a joint statement
Roadside bomb kills 1, injures 2 other girls and 2 army rangers the night before Eid holiday in Pattani province
Baghdad's morgues are filling up once again with victims of sectarian slayings, kidnappings are on the rise and the bloodshed is forcing families to flee