Acting foreign minister Andriy Deshchytsia vowed to defend Crimea from falling to Russia.
Rebels who declared independence from the Tripoli government have started exporting oil.
The Brotherhood asserted that it adheres to moderate Islamic teachings without "extremism or radicalism," citing previous remarks by Saudi clerics and officials praising the decades-old Islamist group.
Paramilitary rangers confessed to firing on Muslim man and his family, but local villagers remain sceptical of police explanation.
India recently charged 67 Kashmiri students with sedition for cheering for the Pakistani national cricket team.
If the report is confirmed, it would mark the U.S.-built airliner's deadliest crash since entering service 19 years ago.
Abdullah al-Bashir has officially been confirmed as the new replacement for ousted commander Salim Idriss.
Russian forces in uniforms with no markings have surrounded Ukrainian bases in the occupied peninsula since they seized it last week, and the region's Russian separatist leadership has ordered the Ukrainians to surrender.
According to the UN, the number of Muslims in Bangui has gone down from 145,000 to 900.
"It is clear that some of the settlements, some of them, will not be included in the agreement. That's clear. Everyone understands that. I will ensure the number will be as small as possible, as far as is possible, if we get there," Israeli PM Netanyahu said.
China has promised to help Afghanistan fight 'terrorism', where it is believed that Taliban fighters may be helping Muslim Uighur separatists.
Eyewitnesses said security forces had used live ammunition to break up the demonstrations.
Khaled al-Khalidi, vice chairman of the Popular Committee in Shu'fat, said the problem had left hundreds of homes, clinics, health centers, educational institutions, associations and shops without water.
Syria's Bashar al-Assad expressed his support for Russia's stance on Ukraine.
A Turkish court has ordered the release of former Chief of Staff Ilker Basbug.
Tymoshenko said a Russian takeover of the Crimean peninsula would create long-term dangers for the whole region.
Saudi Arabia has officially declared the Muslim Brotherhood as a 'terrorist' organization.
There has been no rain in the Thar desert for the last two years.
Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus demands 2 seats out of the 6 Greek Cypriots have in the European Parliament, as proposed by the `Annan plan' in 2004.
Ahmet Davutoglu said Turkey seeks preservation of Ukraine's territorial integrity and inclusive political structure in Kiev.
According to findings, 257,454 people had their phones tapped in 2012 and 252,063 had their phones tapped in 2013, totalling 509,516 people over the two year period.
Russia's upper house of parliament will support their decision, the assembly's speaker said, as West and China differ on sanctions against Russia
The protesters have scaled back action over the past week, lifting the occupation of several main intersections, but several thousand are camping out in Bangkok's Lumpini Park, where shooting erupted
Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said that the government would not hesitate to bomb militant hideouts or send forces into the tribal areas if the Taliban did not abide by the ceasefire
The report shows that not only do freedom of navigation operations occur with adversary countries such as Iran, but also allied countries such as the Philippines and Malaysia
The most serious east-west confrontation since the end of the Cold War escalated on Thursday when Crimea's parliament, dominated by ethnic Russians, voted to join Russia. The region's government set a referendum for March 16 - in just nine days' time.
67 Kashmiri students who cheered for Pakistan's cricket team were charged with sedition after cheering for Pakistan in a cricket match.
Earlier today, Libya officially received Saadi from neighboring Niger where he had been hiding since the collapse of his father's regime in 2011.
Dozens of foreign female activists had hoped to mark the International Women Day, which is marked on March 8 of every year, in the Gaza Strip.
The head of Iraq's Kurdish Regional Government, Massoud Barzani, accused Iraq's federal government of oppressing Kurdish identity by cutting federal funding for civil servants
Erdogan says he may seek to have the U.S.-based congregation leader extradited, calls him "source of unrest in my country"