Release Time: For Immediate Release WASHINGTON – Today, President Barack Obama announced his intent to nominate the following individuals to key administration posts: Pamela L.
GENEVA - He's one of the titans of 20th Century architecture, but Le Corbusier is suddenly feeling the weight of history working against him.
GENEVA - The United Nations has toned down a report detailing hundreds of gruesome attacks against civilians in Congo over a 10-year period but left intact the suggestion that Rwanda's army may have committed genocide there in the 1990s.
UNITED NATIONS - World leaders wrapped up an annual rite of global diplomacy Wednesday, pledging to try to do more despite many of them feeling that they have less in their pockets to contribute.
GENEVA - Swiss women for the first time captured most of the seats in the country's seven-member executive branch Wednesday, brushing aside Switzerland's history as one of Europe's last nations to grant women full suffrage.
- Swiss women poised to claim Cabinet majority
- Swiss gov't rejects call to ban assisted suicide
- UN expert urges probe of recent attacks in Darfur
- Ruggiero on IOC panel to inspect 2018 bid cities
- Senior US diplomat confident Japan base will stay
- UN denies Ban pressure to change Congo report
- ICRC: Somalis swamp hospitals after 8 violent days
- Higgins, last AP bureau chief in Iran, dies at 66
- WHO says swine flu pandemic is over
- WHO: Decision on swine flu pandemic likely Tuesday
- Iran says 3 Americans should stand trial
- Germany: Assisted suicide OK if patient consents
- AP interview: IOC envisages sport betting watchdog
- Swiss mulled using force to free citizens in Libya
- UN probing Britain over Iraqi mistreatment claims
- Spain loses to Switzerland, Chile beats Honduras
- UN says violence in Kyrgyzstan was orchestrated
- Red Cross: 'several hundred' dead in Kyrgyz unrest
- Western nations slam Iran over human rights record
- UN urges Kyrgyz vote despite deadly unrest
- Mutu must pay Chelsea $20M damages in cocaine case
- Swiss man leaves Libya as 2 nations end dispute
- Swiss man to leave Libya as 2 nations end dispute
- US urges Iran to fulfill human rights pledges
- FIFA president Blatter declares re-election bid
- UN refugee agency says being expelled from Libya
- NKorean official says war possible at 'any moment'
- Red Cross defends first aid courses for Taliban
- WHO says measles making 'rapid comeback'
- Bids for World Cup 2018, 2022 delivered to FIFA
- UN elects rights violators to Human Rights Council
- Child labor drops but not fast enough: UN report
- UN refugee chief: Security worse in Afghanistan
- WHO chief: NKorea needs stronger health system
- Chair seeks to tackle bias in WHO swine flu review