A suicide bomber has attacked a convoy of civilians guarded by security forces in Pakistan's northwest, killing at least 10 people and wounding 30, police said.
A man shot and wounded two security officers at an entrance to the Pentagon near a busy commuter rail station on March 4 before being fatally wounded in a shootout, officials and media reports said.
Ukraine's new president promised to restore relations with Russia today during his first trip to Moscow since Ukrainians last month voted out the former pro-Western leadership that took power in the Orange Revolution.
China's annual session of parliament, the National People's Congress, has opened in Beijing.
A U.S. congressional committee has voted to approve a non-binding resolution recognizing as "genocide" the killing of Armenians by Turkish forces at the end of World War I.
Russia and China have urged Iran to accept a UN nuclear fuel proposal aimed at easing concerns about its atomic program, while U.S., British, and French envoys have said it is time for new sanctions.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has met with a former speaker of Georgia's parliament, his second meeting with a senior opposition figure as Moscow seeks alternatives to Georgia President Mikheil Saakashvili.
Kazakhstan must loosen its grip on the media further, an OSCE official has said, even though the former Soviet state has relaxed some controls since taking over as Europe's main rights and security watchdog chief.
Iranian student activist Ali Kanturi has been sentenced to 15 years in jail on charges of abduction and extortion, RFE/RL's Radio Farda reports.
The first meeting of a Belarusian-Polish expert panel tasked with seeking solutions to a conflict over an ethnic Polish cultural organization has been slated for next week, RFE/RL's Belarus Service reports.
The Moldovan parliament has sacked the chief justice of the Supreme Court, Ion Muruianu.
An Uzbek citizen has been shot dead near the Airybaz checkpoint on the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border, RFE/RL's Kyrgyz Service reports.