• Mandela on life support, faces 'impending death'

    7/4/13 9:40 PM

    Nelson Mandela's health is "perilous," according to documents filed in the court case that resulted in the remains of his three deceased children being reburied Thursday in their original graves.

  • Egypt: Chief justice sworn in as interim president

    7/4/13 12:58 PM

    The supreme justice of Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court has been sworn in as the nation's interim president, replacing the Islamist Mohammed Morsi who was ousted by the military.

  • Egyptians celebrate - and protest - Morsi's ouster

    7/4/13 12:18 AM

    As the general announced the ouster of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, in Cairo's central Tahrir Square the boisterous crowds erupted into cheers, dancing and waving a sea of red, black and white Egyptian flags. But other Egyptians protested the military coup at the White House.

  • How we got to Wednesday's Morsi military deadline

    7/3/13 11:47 AM

    A deadline set by the Egypt's military for President Mohammed Morsi to meet the demands of millions of protesters or face intervention by the army passed Wednesday. Here are some key events from more than two years of turmoil.

  • Snowden case: France didn't block Bolivia plane

    7/3/13 6:31 AM

    French officials say a plane carrying Bolivia's president home from Moscow did have permission to fly through French airspace, though Bolivia claims Paris had refused amid suspicions that NSA leaker Edward Snowden was aboard.

  • Clock is ticking toward Morsi's deadline in Egypt

    7/2/13 9:44 AM

    With a military deadline for intervention ticking down, protesters seeking the ouster of Egypt's Islamist president sought Tuesday to push the embattled leader further toward the edge with another massive display of people power.

  • Wikileaks letter attributed to Snowden slams Obama

    7/1/13 10:39 PM

    A letter identified as being from NSA leaker Edward Snowden is slamming President Barack Obama for "using citizenship as a weapon.

  • New NSA spying allegations rile European allies

    6/30/13 4:40 PM

    The Obama administration faced a breakdown in confidence Sunday from key foreign allies who threatened investigations and sanctions against the U.S. over secret surveillance programs that reportedly installed covert listening devices in European Union offices.

  • Ecuador president: Snowden can't leave Moscow without passport

    6/30/13 12:02 PM

    National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden is "under the care of the Russian authorities" and can't leave Moscow's international airport without his U.S. passport.

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