Two experts tell a Washington conference on human trafficking that the problem is especially problematic in the United States itself.
Relatives finally got the chance to bury 308 Bosnian Muslim men killed when Bosnian Serbs overran Srebrenica 13 years ago.
A U.S. coalition air strike on July 6 killed 47 civilians, including 39 women and children, in the eastern province of Nangarhar, an Afghan official has said.
Russia says Iran's missile tests showed there is no military justification for U.S. plans to deploy missile defenses in Eastern Europe.
European Union officials say a donors conference under way in Brussels will provide at least 1 billion euros for Kosovo.
The Czech Republic has protested to Russia over what it called threats following the signing of a pact to host part of a U.S. missile-defense shield.
Iran's chief nuclear negotiator will meet EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana on July 19 for talks on Iran's disputed nuclear program.
Georgia says overflights of its territory by Russian military jets has raised Moscow's intimidation of its smaller neighbor to another level.
A North Korean soldier has shot dead a tourist from South Korea, raising tensions between the two adversaries and casting a shadow over an offer of talks from Seoul.
A Dutch court has ruled it has no jurisdiction to hear a case brought by relatives of those massacred in Srebrenica in 1995 against the United Nations for failing to protect them.
The Senate has confirmed U.S. Army General David Petraeus as commander of the military headquarters responsible for U.S. operations across the Middle East.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy says the EU cannot admit any new member states before the Lisbon Treaty -- rejected last month by Ireland -- comes into force.