Web expert argues Facebook's indecision over violent videos points to need for self-censorship when user-generated content is posted
With Libyan National Transitional Council set to undertake transition, experts agree that first 100 days will be critical
Birmingham Muslim community chooses candlelight vigil over violent reaction to apparently willful killing of three local South Asian men
Analysts ponder tragedy’s fall-out, possible positive impact on European-Islamic relations
Internationally enforced no-fly zones, as the one envisioned for Libya, are simple in theory, but cumbersome to execute, observer says
Despite air power and heavy artillery government forces seem unable to capture opposition-held territory
Opposition fighters remain convinced that Gadhafi’s ‘house of cards’ would collapse if a no-fly zone were to be established
VOA's Phil Ittner says anti-Gaddafi forces are citing Kosovo and Rwanda as precedents that prompted action by other countries
Our reporter Phil Ittner speaks about alleged offer received by opposition from Gadhafi representatives, mood among rebels
Georgetown University's John Esposito thinks it gives US a chance to re-affirm to some countries its commitment to core principles
Located near Great Pyramids of Giza, burial chamber seems to be that of chief guardian of afterlife rituals during Old Kingdom period
Human Rights Watch has grave concerns about the treatment of women, minorities, the disabled, and internally displaced in Iraq
Human Rights Watch says Burma's new election laws exclude opposition and ensure victory for the ruling military junta
Drug trafficking continues to be a very big challenge in Afghanistan despite a change in tactics, according to a U.S. official.
The Obama administration says the new approach in Afghanistan has seen success, but many challenges remain and policy needs to be fluid.
U.S. President Barak Obama's trip to Australia is an opportunity for him to bond with the nation's people and government.
Experts urge rejection of any North Korean demands in getting Pyongyang to resume the Six Party nuclear talks.
Five years after the deadly Indian Ocean Tsunami, life is improving as scientists seek to improve warning systems in the region