Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Thursday that a new Middle East -- one "without Zionists and without colonialists" -- was quickly emerging as regional bonds grow stronger by the day.
After a 3-day waiting game we got to speak with the man one-on-one, his Arabic translated, in his massive library thronging with touchy security guards and local TV crews at his military compound - the one bombed by the Americans back in 1986.
Seven senior military officers have been formally charged in Turkey with attempting to overthrow the government. They include four admirals, a general and two colonels, some of them retired.
Afghan president Hamid Karzai has signed into law changes that remove foreign observers from the electoral watchdog tasked with reviewing voting fraud. The move could put Mr Karzai in conflict with Western donors,
A tearful driver has told a congressional hearing in the United States that she thought she was going to die as her Toyota Lexus sped out of control on a freeway. The world's largest carmaker is enduring another round of its public relations nightmare,
Former US Vice-President Dick Cheney has been taken to hospital in Washington after experiencing chest pains, his office has said. They said Mr Cheney, 69, was "resting comfortably" at George Washington University Hospital and his doctors were evaluating the situation.
At least four people have been killed and dozens are missing after a huge landslide buried a village in West Java, Indonesia, officials say. Rescue teams have been sent to look for survivors at a tea plantation near Bandung, south of the capital, Jakarta.
NATO has confirmed civilians were mistakenly killed in an air strike in southern Afghanistan at the weekend. The Afghan government claims 33 people died.