Khmer Rouge court appeals for funds
UN-backed tribunal says it is facing bankruptcy even before trials begin.
Hopes fade for sunken HK boat crew
Survival chances "very slim" for 18 trapped in sunken Ukrainian tugboat.
Austrian hostage deadline expires
The two tourists were allegedly seized in Tunisia by al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.
Obama camp urges Clinton to concede
Former candidate Bill Richardson says Democrats must unite now to beat McCain.
Tibet exiles want torch relay axed
Activists plan to stage protests in Olympia to disrupt ceremony kicking off relay.
Car bomber strikes Iraq army base
Dozens killed in bomb, mortar and gun attacks across the country.
Kurds killed in Turkey protests
Fourth day of demonstrations in support of Kurdish fighters turn violent.
Dutch Quran film website shut down
Right-wing politician Geert Wilders has called the Islamic holy book "fascist".
Palestinian rivals 'agree' to talk
Fatah and Hamas sign Yemeni-backed reconciliation initiative but disagree on meaning.
Tuaregs attack Mali troops
Soldiers abducted as rebels target goverment forces in a remote northern region.
Cheney backs Palestinian state
US vice president says "painful concessions" will be required from both sides.
Musharraf promises co-operation
Incoming government assured "full support" as Bhutto's party names PM candidate.
Japanese protest against US base
Okinawans demand smaller American military presence following alleged rape.
Bhutan prepares to end royal rule
King urges people to vote in an election that will see him relinquish power.
Heavy Taliban losses claimed
Afghan officials say several fighters killed and weapons seized in Uruzgan and Zabul.
Ecuador warns of new diplomatic war
Correa vows a strong fight if DNA tests confirm the killing of an Ecuadorean by Colombia's forces.
Kuwait faces new elections
The emir has dissolved parliament to end a political impasse.
China intensifies Tibet crackdown
Premier hints at meeting with Dalai Lama as 24 are arrested for "grave crimes".
Tibet student protester speaks out
Beijing-based Tibetan student tells of hopes and fears in wake of crackdown.
Peru 'captures Farc rebels'
Two were reportedly detained in northern city after a tip-off from Colombia.