ISLAMABAD - Pakistan said Thursday it has not decided when to reopen a key border crossing NATO uses to ship supplies to Afghanistan despite a U.S.
BEIJING - Three Japanese detained after allegedly intruding on a Chinese military zone were released Thursday, but one person was still being held amid simmering tensions after ships collided near disputed islands.
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Pakistan has told NATO leaders it will stop protecting U.S.
ASHDOD, Israel - Israeli naval forces seized a sailboat Tuesday carrying nine Jewish activists toward blockaded Gaza without meeting any resistance and then escorted it safely to shore, the military said.
KABUL, Afghanistan - Pakistan vehemently protested NATO helicopter strikes that killed more than 70 militants, saying Monday that U.N.
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- China: Japan trial of boat captain will harm ties
- Suspected US missile strike kills 6 in Pakistan
- US opposes use of force in South China Sea dispute
- Court: Israel responsible for Arab girl's death
- Pentagon: China's military power growing
- Eritrean exiles prepare for regime's downfall
- SKorea warns NKorea after artillery barrage
- SKorea begins naval drills despite NKorean warning
- PLO official says Obama sends warning to Abbas
- US holds drills off Korea as Pyongyang talks war
- Russia ships gas to Belarus but new threat looms
- Lithuania says Belarus cuts Russian gas supplies
- Swiss mulled using force to free citizens in Libya
- Joy as Swiss man home from Libya after 2 years
- Swiss man leaves Libya as 2 nations end dispute
- Swiss man to leave Libya as 2 nations end dispute
- China rebuffs US criticism on NKorea
- Pro-Palestinian aid flotilla sets sail for Gaza
- Israeli gunships head to sea to block flotilla
- Iraq dissolves Iraqi Airways over Kuwait dispute