Human Rights Watch slams government for holding the group incommunicado without access to proper medical care at remote prison known for harsh conditions
Airstrike reportedly kills more than 20 militants near Ramadi and Fallujah
They protest conviction of Ma Khine, journalist who was working on story about corruption when she was arrested in eastern state of Kayah
Ethiopia foreign ministry spokesman says South Sudan warring factions agree to framework for negotiations
President Park Geun-hye said that she wants the reunions to take place on January 31 to 'heal wounded hearts'
Le Quoc Quyet says four men he described as 'government-hired thugs' jumped out and beat him
Police say they believe blast that killed ambassador Jamal al-Jamal on New Year's Day may have been caused by mishandling an explosive
Former Vice President Riek Machar says President Salva Kiir has "disunited" the government and calls for him to step down.
Musharraf missed two other court dates in his treason trial because explosives were found on the route from his home to the court in Islamabad
Thein Sein says changing constitution could help national reconciliation; opposes laws barring anyone from becoming president
Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang says men, who were transferred to Slovakia, are dangerous and should have been returned to China
About a million New York City revelers braved frigid temperatures and high security, waiting hours in Times Square for a giant Waterford crystal ball to drop