The United States is resuming non-lethal aid to Syrian opposition forces, U.S. officials announced Monday.
Protestors in Ukraine have had enough with their government and they're done negotiating. Political demonstrations are quickly escalating into a revolution.
Egyptian riot police have fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi protesting as the country marks the third anniversary of the 2011 uprising.
The Boston bombing suspects lived in Russias terror-riddled south before moving to the United States. Radical Muslims are still fighting for control of the region.
Anti-Brotherhood protestors gathered outside Cairo's main police headquarters after a suicide bomb ripped through the building earlier Friday, killing at least six.
South Sudan rebel forces said their positions in oil-rich Unity state and in Jonglei state have come under attack by government troops.
After days of blooshed in the Ukraine, negotiations are underway between the government and opposition leaders.
Pope Francis is calling the Internet a "gift from God," saying it makes communication easier.
A senior Iranian official said the notion that the Islamic Republic agreed to dismantle parts of its nuclear program is a mischaracterization by the Obama administration.
Leaders from the Syrian regime and opposition forces are set to begin direct talks Friday.