Lead U.S. negotiator declined to give a final deadline for final nuclear deal.
Suicide bombing deepens strains over an election marred by fraud and under a U.N.-monitored review.
Zhou Yongkang is by far the highest-profile figure caught up in crackdown on corruption.
Gen. Hugo Carvajal, consul to Aruba, had been detained on drug trafficking allegations.
At least three were killed in attack by militants on politician's home.
The Algeria-mediated talks are aimed to calm long-standing tensions with Tuareg rebels in north.
With about 96% of the results in, the ANC has 62% of the vote, followed by the Democratic Alliance with 22%.
General Sanogo was arrested last fall in connection with the disappearance of dozens of soldiers.
Leopoldo Lopez is accused of inciting violence during anti-government demonstrations.
President Juan Manuel Santos called on lawmakers to back efforts to strike peace deal with Marxist rebels.
Part of strategy to stop illegal child migration to the U.S.
Juan Manuel Santos's election victory will allow him to continue peace talks with Marxist guerrillas.
Yingluck Shinawatra on Friday spoke to the media for the first time since her government was ousted in May.
Washington is seeking to court the new Indian premier and revive stalled relations with New Delhi.
Authorities are investigating corruption claims one year after Beijing launched anti-graft campaign.
Ashraf Ghani has called for an "extensive audit" of votes cast in Afghanistan's disputed presidential election.
Berlin warning that new European sanctions would send a "strong signal" to Moscow.
British authorities denied the investigation was linked to the Ukraine crisis.
Despite pressure from the U.K. and the U.S., the bloc is unlikely to do more than speed existing sanctions.
The top U.N. human rights official said Snowden's spying revelations had been in the public interest.
Move will delay the formation of an urgently needed power-sharing government.
Selection of moderate Sunni Islamist may be first step towards the creation of a coalition government.
Security areas were hit by two successive explosions.
The strike is just the latest challenge faced by the unity government, which is grappling with internal tensions.
Obama voiced serious concerns about the growing number of civilian casualties resulting from conflict.
Despite progress on military cooperation, there were no major breakthroughs during two-day talks.
Will send up to 300 U.S. military advisers to Iraq to assist in training and advising Iraqi forces.
Measures aimed at addressing the problems that have engulfed the healthcare system provided to veterans.