Compiled 21:45 GMT
By GRAHAM BOWLEY and ALISSA J. RUBIN
Two American officers were shot dead inside the Interior Ministry building in Kabul amid a deepening crisis in Afghanistan over the burning of Korans at a NATO army base.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and STEVEN LEE MYERS
Diplomats are working to resolve criminal charges against Americans on the eve of their trial in a case that has threatened to upend the 30-year alliance between the two countries.
By DECLAN WALSH
The building where Osama bin Laden died at the hands of a Navy SEAL unit last May had acquired a painful symbolism for Pakistan's military.
By LAURA KASINOF
Abed Rabu Mansour Hadi was sworn in as president of Yemen on Saturday morning after he won an early presidential election in which he was the only candidate.
By STEVEN LEE MYERS
Even as international leaders called for a pause in Syria's assault on rebellious cities, their meeting in Tunisia underscored deepening divisions over how to end the crackdown.
By FARES AKRAM
Marking the first public rift with its longtime patron, a leader of Hamas spoke out against President Bashar al-Assad of Syria.