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Two members of parliament were attacked when protesters stormed the General National Congress.
Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 76, suffered a stroke last year and critics say he is still too ill to govern.
Catherine Samba-Panza has said she will "go to war" with Christian militias who are slaughtering Muslims.
Tension between backers of the African National Congress and opposition Democratic Alliance required intervention by security forces.
Panama requested a meeting at the Organization of American States to discuss Venezuela's crisis.
Security forces in Venezuela have used tear gas to break up a student demonstration in Caracas.
Protesters placed burning rubbish and furniture on main roads in an attempt to bar access to Caracas.
Needs the Supreme Court to weigh in on new telecommunications agency's legal authority to settle a bitter dispute over its regulatory powers.
Tamil Nadu state will free seven people convicted of plotting the assassination of former P.M. Rajiv Gandhi.
Ex-strongman's indictment on treason charges deferred.
N. Korean leader's conduct condemned in U.N. report.
Police were deployed to seize back protest sites that have been occupied for months by demonstrators.
German leader's long history with Russia's president has thrust into her the potentially risky role of mediator.
Insurgent party that came out of nowhere in last year's elections struggles to stay the course.
Promises to cut income tax, invest in jobs and abolish the Senate or upper house as a law-making body.
William Hague said summit would ask nations to write action against sexual violence into military doctrine.
After three years of grinding conflict, Bashar al-Assad is quietly preparing to be re-elected.
Says he won't compromise Israeli security as U.S. president looks to salvage Mideast peace talks.
Cited chemical attack as "one of many horrors" in the civil war.
Says U.S. may pull all of its troops out of his country by the year's end if security agreement is not in place.
The U.S. secretary of state arrives a day after the two Koreas held their highest-level talks in six years.
Elegant dinner caps visit aimed at renewing the partnership between the two long-standing allies.
Speaker John Boehner pushes through a 'clean' increase over fierce objections from conservatives.
Washington could impose sanctions if violence escalates in the political crisis gripping Ukraine.