An Orthodox priest in Donetsk, Ukraine, blessed pro-Russian activists on Saturday who are part of the city0s occupying force.
Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Saturday.
A sketch of the capsized ferry stood near relatives waiting for missing passengers in South Korea.
The F.B.I.0s inquiry became the focus of the pretrial hearings at Guant0namo this week, after the contractor who was visited by the F.B.I. disclosed it to the defense team.
Oscar Pistorius reacting to testimony given at his murder trial on April 7.
Thousands of Turkish women have taken part in a Twitter campaign to voice outrage at men who invade their space by spreading their legs while sitting next to them on buses and trains.
After 10 months in captivity in Syria, the French journalists were released on the Turkish-Syrian border on Friday.
A 26-year-old third mate was steering a South Korean ferry through a notoriously treacherous waterway for the first time when it tilted and sank, prosecutors said on Saturday.
Jozef Lazarcik, left, won a car after registering only nine receipts with Slovakia0s new tax lottery.
Mount Everest in 2009. An avalanche swept down a slope of Mount Everest on Friday, killing guides.0
Seven people died during the gunfight Friday, which began after migrants grabbed one or more assault rifles from the guards and began firing, the reports said.
Police officers outside the courthouse in Beijing on Apr. 8 during Ding Jiaxi's trial.
Chimneys from a state-owned lead smelter and foundry alongside agricultural fields in Anhui Province. The sign warns against constructing residential buildings within 800 meters.
The headquarters of Monte dei Paschi in Siena, Italy. The bank, Italy0s third largest, must begin repaying a European bailout.
Edward J. Snowden insisted that he had been trying to hold Russia0s government to account over its surveillance practices, as he did with the Obama administration.
The moves in Poland and Estonia are part of a broader effort to strengthen NATO0s air, sea and land presence in the region in response to Russia0s military actions in and near Ukraine.
The Department of Defense has identified 2,302 American service members who have died as a part of the Afghan war and related operations.
Oscar Pistorius at his murder trial on Thursday in Pretoria, South Africa. He was granted bail last year on lenient conditions.
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
The viral disease known as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome has reached Asia, according to reports from Malaysia and the Philippines.
The ownership ties between a Utah bank and a Ghanaian company raise questions about the role of sanctions.
Amir Hekmati, an American incarcerated in Iran since August 2011, recently wrote to its foreign minister seeking help in gaining his release.
President Obama signed a bill into law on Friday that would prohibit anyone who has engaged in espionage or terrorism against the United States from obtaining a visa to enter the country as a representative to the United Nations.
Prime Minister Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk of Ukraine, left, with the German foreign minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, last month.
People evacuated buildings after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake shook Mexico City on Friday.
One day after he took part in a stage-managed forum with President Vladimir Putin on Russian state television, the former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden defended his participation.
An official from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons said Syria might not finish the job by a revised deadline of April 27, but might do so soon after.
Guo Shengkun, China0s minister of public security, said that Russia and Central Asian countries must prevent 0external forces0 from trying to overthrow governments and provoke revolutions.
Aleksei A. Navalny, Russia0s most prominent opposition leader, is accused of calling a Moscow politician a 0drug addict,0 a charge he denies.
A procession in Kolkata, West Bengal, to mark the occasion of Good Friday.
A Japanese whaling vessel. Earlier this month, Japan canceled this year0s hunt after a ruling by the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
The downfall of Song Lin, former head of China Resources, has the trappings of a late-night drama, including accusations of illicit riches, extramarital sex and pictures taken in a bedroom.
Of all the major industrialized countries, only Germany and Japan have managed to return to their 2007 employment levels.
Tudorel Mihailescu, the team's 47-year-old goalkeeper, has a left arm that does not extend beyond the elbow. 0I always dreamed of being a goalkeeper,0 he said.
"There0s a hysteria of potential loss of possession impinging on the minds of the British establishment," Mr. Salmond said.
Chandni Chowk is one among the seven constituencies in the nation0s capital that make up the state of Delhi, which is seen as a potential bellwether for the national elections.
An official marking the thumb of a voter with indelible election ink at a polling station in Bangalore, India, on Thursday.
Edward Snowden's appearance, via video message, on Russian state television on Thursday.
Mr. Garc0a M0rquez, a Colombian who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982, wrote fiction rooted in a mythical Latin American landscape of his own creation.
Rwandans fled with all they could carry in the midst of the panic of genocide and civil war, toward refugee camps in Zaire, Tanzania and Burundi.
A summer sand storm in the Iraqi province of Nineveh.
Marisol, in flowered shirt, enjoying an outing with her mother,0Andr0s and all of her sisters and their families. They attended a public dance featuring Mexican bands. Because of financial constraints, Marisol and0Andr0s rarely go out. Texas. 2011.