President Mahmud Ahmadinejad hit back at a senior adviser to Iran's top authority who had criticized his "provocative" speeches about the country's nuclear work.
The U.S. military commander in Iraq has said that security conditions would determine whether he makes recommendations for further troop withdrawals in the coming months.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has said Pakistani agents were behind the Indian Embassy bombing in Kabul last week.
Russian officials have assured the Czech Republic that last week's drop in oil supplies to the central European country was for technical, not political, reasons.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said a military attack on Iran over its nuclear program would have grave consequences for the United States, Israel, and the world.
Iran has executed six people in public in the northeastern city of Sabzevar, state radio has reported, the second report of a public execution in the country in less than a week.
Nine U.S. soldiers have been killed and 15 wounded after militants breached the outer walls of a remote U.S. outpost in eastern Afghanistan.
Geremek quit the Communist Party to protest the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, then decades later helped oversee Polish accession to NATO.
India's national security adviser says his country has a "fair amount" of evidence linking the ISI to a car bombing that killed 41 people, including a defense attache and a diplomat.
Ahead of the summit, President Sarkozy said the goal of the union was that "we learn how to love each other in the Mediterranean, instead of continuing to hate and wage war."
But Mahmud Ahmadinejad also suggested that Tehran would consider any proposal by the United States for a U.S. interests section in Iran.
Embattled at home, the Israeli leader says problems still have to be overcome and it is time for both sides to make tough decisions.