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Envoys Convey Message From Kim Jong Il to S. Korea

President Lee Myung-bak and three North Korean officials discussed inter-Korean cooperation during the half-hour meeting at the presidential Blue House in Seoul

Report: Italy Premier Urged to Get Sex Addiction Treatment

Members of Silvio Berlusconi’s entourage are urging the prime minister to seek treatment in a clinic for sex addiction.

Iraqi Official: Baghdad Bombings a Possible Inside Job

Iraq's foreign minister said Saturday that those who carried out bombings that targeted government buildings in the Iraqi capital received help to pull off the attacks, possibly from Iraqi security forces.

Fury Over Images of Qaddafi Hugging Lockerbie Bomber

Images of Libyan leader Colonel Muammar al-Qaddafi embracing the Lockerbie bomber when he arrived in Tripoli are sparking fresh international outrage after the convicted terrorist enjoyed a hero's welcome in his native country.

Britain Under Pressure Amid Lockerbie Release

Britain's leaders faced new pressure Saturday to explain any role they might have had in the release of the Lockerbie bomber after Libya's leader Muammar al-Qaddafi credited senior officials and members of the royal family for influencing the decisio

Massachusetts Braces for Hurricane Bill as Storm Nears

A tropical storm warning was issued for the Massachusetts coast Saturday as waves from Hurricane Bill pounded Bermuda and people from Florida to New England braced for high surf and rip currents from the storm.

Taliban Cut Off Fingers of 2 Afghan Voters

Taliban militants cut off the ink-stained fingers of two Afghan voters in the militant south during the presidential election, the country's top election monitoring group said Saturday.

Lockerbie Bomber to Obama: 'It's Just Three Months'

Is he the evil perpetrator of the deadliest terrorist attack in British history, or a sick old man, a loving father and grandfather, who has suffered a terrible miscarriage of justice?

Russia Defends Soviet Pact With Nazis 70 Years Later

Most of the world now condemns the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, but Russia has mounted a new defense of the 1939 treaty as it seeks to restore some of its now-lost sphere of influence