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Bashar promises reforms and an end to the suffocating emergency law, but critics say he is 'stalling' and are calling for his resignation

Gaddafi's forces poured rocket fire after dawn Saturday into Misrata, and weary residents who have endured more than a month of fighting angrily lashed out at NATO for failing to halt the deadly assault

Jerusalem commemorates the arrival of Jesus two millenia ago

Bashar Al-Assad's second speech comes as protests across the country enter second month

Officials in Ivory Coast are drawing up a list of ministers, generals and journalists to be charged with blood crimes, corruption and hate speech

Thousands of Yemenis have demonstrated against the president after he criticized the participation of women in anti-government protests

A Hamas official says two suspects have been arrested in connection with the abduction and murder of an Italian activist in the Palestinian territory

The U.N. human rights chief called on Friday for an independent investigation into the deaths of 34 people at an Iranian dissident camp in Iraq after Iraqi security forces moved against it last week

Though a multimillion ransom was paid, some of the crew members of the Indian ship are still detained by Somali pirate

After four days of holding back, Libya's pro-democracy forces are advancing to the strategic oil town of Brega

Nigeria will vote Saturday whether to keep its leader in power or not

Second-seed Roger Federer loses to Austria's Jurgen Melzer in the quarterfinals of the Monte Carlo Masters

Protesters in the thousands call for reform chanting "freedom"

Dutch great Johan Cryuff tips Argentine wizard Lionel Messi to one day rank alongside Pele and Maradona as one of football's all-time greats

After four-injury plagued years in Manchester, the international midfielder's latest setback could prevent him from appearing for the English giants again

Indonesia falls victim to a terrorist attack, the first of its kind in the country to target a mosque

Oil prices fell slightly to below $108 a barrel Friday in Asia as a traders mulled whether a weaker US dollar and signs of strong US gasoline demand justify extending a two-month rally

Japan is determined to move ahead with one of its annual rites of spring: the start of the new school year in April, even as some parents and children still grieve

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