22 March 2011 Last updated at 14:59 ET
Two US airmen are rescued in eastern Libya after their warplane crashed during allied operations, officials say.
Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai names the areas of the country expected to be handed over by foreign troops to Afghan forces in July.
Power cables are attached to all six reactors at Japan's stricken nuclear plant, and lighting is restored at the control room of reactor No 3.
Four Palestinian family members - including two children - have died in an Israeli attack in Gaza, doctors say, amid the worst violence for years.
Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh says there could be a civil war in the country because of attempts to stage a coup against his rule.
John Terry concedes he may not be a widely popular choice following his reinstatement as England captain after 13 months.
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Russia's trend for dipping children in frozen rivers
Why ex-Miss Venezuela wanted people to see her cancer battle
Is it wrong to keep polar bears in zoos?
How Pawlenty's move kicks off Republican presidential race
Indian Fashion Week is turning heads
Will public anger in Syria keep burning or fizzle out?
Media tycoon Alexander Lebedev admits his Moscow newspaper Novaya Gazeta runs 'slight risks'
The buzz around location based technology at the SXSW conference in Austin, Texas
NewshourAir attacks resume in Libya, amid confusion about what the coalition's end game is