Recent summit seemed to send out message that 'Iran was root cause of terrorism, that it was not part of the Muslim world, and that it would be isolated'
Afghan officials are blaming Wednesday's deadly truck bombing in the Afghan capital on the Taliban-affiliated and al-Qaida-linked Haqqani network
Building is locked down, with police on scene; police chief says it's not terrorism and no one was shot
More than 70 countries continue to criminalize gays' sexual activity
AP reported Tuesday that Hua Haifeng, an investigator for China Labor Watch, had been arrested on charge of illegal surveillance while his two colleagues are missing and rights groups fear they have been detained
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, speaking to reporters during a visit to Berlin, said fighting global warming is a 'global consensus' and an 'international responsibility'
The blast hit an area of the Afghan capital that is home to foreign diplomatic missions and government offices
China wants market status in Europe, but Europe is still upset with business restrictions in China
Researchers cite improved household incomes, lack of suitable opportunities as some of the reasons
The bomber drove into Kabul's heavily guarded diplomatic quarter during the morning rush
Of 144 fishermen missing in the wake of Cyclone Mora, 63 have been rescued
Wang was accused of trading political favors for money, sex, property and business concessions