U.S. and Libya Restore Full Diplomatic Ties

Four men wanted in connection with a series of suicide bombings in an Egyptian resort last month have surrendered to police, officials say. (BBC)


Yemen 'Catches Al-Qaeda Fugitive'

Yemeni forces have arrested one of the leading al-Qaeda militants who escaped from a prison in Sanaa in February, a state-run newspaper has reported. (BBC)


Former Nepal Ministers Arrested

Five ministers from Nepal's ousted royalist government have been arrested. (BBC)


Saudi Says U.S. Consulate Assailant Was Alone

Saudi Arabia said on Monday that a man who was arrested last week for firing on guards at the U.S. consulate in Jeddah appeared to be acting on his own and was not linked to any other group. (Reuters)


Pakistan: Musharraf's Best Days Likely Behind Him

Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf called for the provision of natural gas to most of the country by the end of 2007. (Stratfor)

Africa Climate Change 'Could Kill Millions'

Developing countries must wean themselves off oil and fossil fuels and turn as quickly as possible to solar, wind and water power if they are to avoid disastrous climate change effects and continue to develop, says Christian Aid in a report. (The Guardian)

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