Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisian says Russian authorities have been told to stop encouraging and helping families in Armenia to migrate to Russia.
Turkish officials say Kurdish rebels shot and killed three Turkish soldiers in an ambush late on July 23 amid rising militancy in the area.
Germany has announced that it's loaning Libyan rebels 100 million euros ($144 million) in humanitarian funding, as fresh NATO air strikes are reported to have struck targets in and around Tripoli.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has warned that a rising territorial dispute over the potentially resource-rich South China Sea is getting "out of control."
Police say a man opened fire at a roller-skating rink in Texas late on July 23, killing five people and wounding at least three others before shooting himself.
Officials say a car bomb has killed at least five people and wounded over a dozen in a restive city on the coast of Yemen.
Pakistani officials say a suicide bombing has killed one soldier and wounded several others outside a security checkpoint in the South Waziristan tribal region.
Results show that Latvians have overwhelmingly voted in favor of dissolving parliament in a bid to combat the power of oligarch businessmen.
Anders Behring Breivik has been reported to have links to far-right and anti-Islamic groups, and to have planned the attacks for several years.
The violence broke out as thousands of protesters were attempting to march to the Defense Ministry to urge the military regime to speed up reforms and Egypt's transition to democratic civilian rule.
British singer Amy Winehouse was has been found dead at her flat in north London.
Initial reports had linked the victim to Iran's nuclear program.