Two presidential contenders proclaim themselves winners in weekend election. An electoral committee member says the results will be delayed "a day or two." If Ahmed Shafik is "proclaimed a winner ... it's sheer forgery," a Muslim Brotherhood official says.
Yemen's defense ministry calls air strikes successful. A Red Cross worker died in an air strike in Abyan Wednesday morning.
The accused Toulouse gunman has "psychological troubles" and his motivation is not clear. The gunman claims to be linked to al Qaeda. President Hollande hails the police operation and safe release of hostages.
Egyptian state-run Middle East News Agency, citing medical sources, says the ousted President died earlier today after stroke complcations. But Mubarak's attorney says, "He has suffered a stroke but he is not dead."
An opposition group says 31 died in violence Tuesday. Britain's foreign secretary says a Syria-bound ship seems to be heading back to Russia. "We're not going anywhere," the monitoring mission chief says.
A man brings the severed head of his daughter to a police outpost in India. The divorced daughter had been killed for "indecent behavior," the woman's mother was too distraught to talk.
China's Shenzhou-9 spacecraft successfully docked with the orbiting Tiangong-1 space laboratory on Monday, completing the next step in the country's ambitious space mission.
Three of the top four vote-getters are to meet in the presidential palace. Syriza party leader Alexis Tsipras says he will not attend. Antonis Samaras, leader of center-right New Democracy, vows to put together a pro-euro coalition.
Ghazala Javed recorded scores of songs in her native Pashto language, and became a household name among young, progressive ethnic Pashtuns. She had just left a beauty salon and was headed home with her father when gunmen sprayed their car with bullets.