Reports say that more than 480 activists protesting NATO have been detained outside the military alliance's headquarters.
Britain's “Sunday Telegraph” newspaper has reported that British security services have uncovered a plot to assassinate exiled Chechen separatist leader Akhmed Zakayev in London.
Police said on April 1 that six people were killed in a fire in a packed nightclub in the northern Serbian city of Novi Sad overnight.
Police in Moscow have detained about 30 antigovernment protesters outside the gates to Red Square.
Myanmar's opposition claims that pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has won a seat in parliament.
A cruise ship with 1,000 people on board that has been adrift since a fire disabled one of its engines has been repaired.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has raised concerns over a move by the United Arab Emirates, a key U.S. ally in the Gulf, to shut down a U.S.-funded pro-democracy group.
Kosovo has accused Serbia of abducting two Kosovar Albanian police officers patrolling their joint border.
Voting is taking place in Burma in what is being called one of the freest elections there in years.
The Friends of Syria meeting in Istanbul says that it recognizes the Syrian National Council as a legitimate representative of all Syrians.
Russia’s opposition says up to 60 activists were detained on March 31 when police broke up an anti-Kremlin protest in central Moscow.
An Iraqi-American woman who was beaten to death in California has been buried in her native Iraq.