Interim authorities on Saturday ordered all forces except foreign peacekeepers, presidential guard off the streets of Bangui, where gunfire has eased but attacks on civilians have continued.
50 survivors will take part in the 72nd commemoration of Dec. 7.
Golan attack thought first of its kind since start of Syria conflict.
85-year-old Merrill Newman released after detention by authorities.
To be honored at Dec. 10 service at Johannesburg soccer stadium.
Speaks privately to Graca Machel, wife of the former South African president, after paying tribute in a brief Thursday speech from the White House.
S. African president faces allegations of corruption over use of public funds for home renovation.
Said Russia should be careful about freeing people convicted of crimes like hooliganism.
Security forces arrested eight pro-Brotherhood protesters in Cairo for "inciting riots".
Overcomes last-minute hitch to strike agreement that will lower trade barriers.
Bank of Japan governor says complicated message may confuse markets.
One of most ardent supporters of U.S. Fed's stimulus says open to curtailing bond purchases this month.
A strong jobs report gives traders confidence that the U.S. economy is improving.
The agency is reshuffling the ownership frequencies that must meet the demand of data-hungry devices.
Twitter could have 11 million more users across Asia and Africa through a text-based cellular service.
The issue of software being eligible for patent protection is a key software industry issue.
Pinterest's users are 70% female, but its board is 100% male.
Legs supporting extra weight are at a slightly higher risk for ankle and foot injuries.
H7N9 is deadly and is spreading beyond mainland China.
Tradition of eating sandwiches made of raw ground beef has resulted in outbreaks of foodborne illnesses.
Researchers said on Friday low vitamin D may be a consequence, not a cause, of ill health.
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