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A Bahraini teenager was shot and killed during clashes with the kingdom's security forces on Thursday, as protesters marked the second anniversary of the protest movement.
The Lede is talking to passengers and posting reaction as the ill-fated Carnival cruise line makes its long journey back to land on Thursday.
Thousands of anti-fascist protesters blocked a neo-Nazi march in the German city on the 68th anniversary of the British and American air campaign that killed 25,000 people in 37 hours.
As the manhunt for the former Los Angeles police officer Christopher Dorner drew to a close, a news crew recorded video of a gun battle between officers and the suspect that took place in front of them.
What appeared to be the last stages of the largest manhunt in Los Angeles Police Department history unfolded on live television on Tuesday.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported on Tuesday that a man referred to in Israel as 'Prisoner X,' who was jailed and died under mysterious circumstances in 2010, might have been an Australian-born Israeli who worked for Israel's secret service, the Mossad.
The Lede is providing updates on Pope Benedict XVI's announcement on Monday that he intends resign on Feb. 28, less than eight years after he took office, the first pope to do so in six centuries.
Activists, bloggers and journalists in Tunisia posted a stream of images on social networks Friday, showing thousands of mourners packed into the largest cemetery in the capital, Tunis, for the funeral of Chokri Belaid.
Local authorities from New York City to Maine started working to battle what forecasters said could be the biggest blizzard for some cities in a century. Journalists from The Times are monitoring the storm and will be providing updates throughout the day.
A former Los Angeles police officer's Facebook page detailed plans to kill officers on the force.
Iran's state television broadcast what it described as video recorded by the American surveillance drone that crash-landed about 140 miles from the country's border with Afghanistan in late 2011.
In the middle of political turmoil, Egypt's prime minister, Hisham Qandil, took a moment to blame infant diarrhea on the unclean breasts of "ignorant" nursing mothers.
Reports that a man in Saudi Arabia, who had frequently appeared on television as a preacher, had raped and tortured to death his 5-year-old daughter have fueled outrage online.
Video and photographs shot by Tunisian activists and bloggers on Wednesday gave close-up views of protests across the country.
People remember what would have been the 18th birthday for Mr. Martin, who was killed almost a year ago.
Video from Turkey's Anadolu Agency showed a man hurling a shoe at Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in Cairo on Tuesday.
When North Koreans dream of taking revenge on the United States, it appears that American video games and music figure heavily.
Speaking on camera for the first time since she survived an assassination attempt by the Pakistani Taliban last year, the young activist Malala Yousafzai began with the words, "Today you can see that I'm alive."
A senior official at Iran's space agency confirmed on Saturday that state media reports on the launching of a monkey into the thermosphere had used images of two different monkeys.
Egyptian activists released a brutally frank video on Friday, urging volunteers to join their campaign against sexual assaults during demonstrations.