U.S. envoy reaches out to North Korea in groundbreaking visit
Breaking down one of the last barriers of the Cold War, U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright opened a historic visit to North Korea on Monday by paying her respects to the late Kim Il Sung, the Soviet-trained ruler who formed the communist nation 55 years ago.
Travis Harris, 10, of Norfolk places a flag at a makeshift memorial in Town Point Park, Norfolk, Virginia, Saturday. The memorial is for the sailors killed in the attack on the USS Cole in Yemen.
RP president appeals to army for support
Embattled Philippine President Joseph Estrada on Sunday enlisted the support of the country's 120,000-strong armed forces as calls mounted for him to resign over allegations he received bribes from illegal gambling syndicates.
Officials in northern Uganda said Monday that they had placed three districts at the center of an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus under quarantine and that they would use force to prevent anyone from leaving the area. The World Health Organization says 43 people have died of the virus, one of the most horrific and deadly known to mankind, since the outbreak was detected in Uganda two weeks ago.
A: Do you detect a change in her attitude lately? She seems so anxious?
B: I guess it's because of the quarrel she had with our boss this morning.