Ecuador urged the Organisation of American States (OAS) to condemn Colombia for violating its territory.
Senator Hillary Clinton last night claimed victory in Ohio and Rhode Island primaries.
The races for both the Democratic and Republican US presidential nominations could be settled today as four states vote in a major round of primary elections.
The Pakistani government has released a man who had spent 35 years in prison on death row.
The police in Kenya said at least 12 persons were killed in land clashes in the west of the country last weekend.
Four French police officers have been injured after gunmen reportedly opened fire on them in the southern Paris suburb on Grigny yesterday.
An election court will convene today as a defeated candidate of the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) seeks a recount of the ballots cast in the constituency he contested in the January 15 general election.
Israeli forces have kept up attacks on the Gaza Strip, where they have killed at least 32 Palestinians, militants and civilians, since Wednesday morning.
The police in Sweden and Norway have each arrested three persons for terrorist related activities.
The European Commission fined United States computer giant Microsoft for disobeying sanctions imposed on it for anti-competitive behaviour.
Pakistan’s opposition leader, Nawaz Sharif who was banned from taking part in last week’s election because of criminal convictions is planning to contest the by-election.
Former Prime Minister of Thailand, Thaksin Shinawatra is reportedly scheduled to return from exile on February 28.
The leaders of the divided Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities are optimistic they can make progress towards reunification of the island.
The chief peace negotiator in Kenya, Kofi Annan is threatening to leave, as mediator if a quick agreement is not reached between the opposition and ruling party.
The Taleban warned mobile phone companies in Afghanistan it will blow up telephone poles in if the companies fail to switch off their signals at night.
Authorities in India have arrested seven people in connection to a murder suspect who was beaten unconscious by an angry mob.
Rescuers have located a commercial plane with 46 people aboard that crashed in Venezuela.
The authorities in Serbia are to ascertain the identity of a body found on the compound of the US Embassy in Belgrade.
A United States soldier has been charged with aggravated assault in connection with the killing of an Iraqi man near Kirkuk in Iraq, last year.
An international group warned that further violence could erupt in Kenya unless an urgent solution is found for the country’s political crisis.
The US military has imposed a curfew on its troops in Okinawa, Japan, over the alleged rape of a teenager by a US marine and other instances of misconduct.
Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf said he has no plans to resign, despite a sweeping victory by the opposition in the country\'s parliamentary elections.
United Nations officials have reported a clash between soldiers and ex-rebels waiting to be integrated into the army in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has ordered the recall of 143 million pounds of beef, the largest meat recall in the country\'s history
The European Justice Minister, Franco Frattini wants every visitor to the EU to have their fingerprints taken as soon as they enter the region.