By Karl Kahler North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, center, attends the unveiling of statues of former leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il in Pyongyang on Friday. (Pedro Ugarte/AFP/Getty Images) Kaputnik! North Korea's defiant rocket launch turned into a
In Guinea-Bissau, soldiers reportedly sealed off the parts of the capital on Thursday and ringed the home of the prime minister, lobbing grenades. The unrest comes weeks before an election once seen as a chance for one of
BISSAU, Guinea-Bissau (AP) — Mortar rounds could be heard Thursday in the capital of the small, coup-prone nation of Guinea-Bissau as the military sealed off the city's downtown district, according to a senior diplomat who spoke from his office where
Explosions blasted through the capital of the small, coup-prone nation of Guinea-Bissau on Thursday as the military sealed off the city's downtown area and lobbed grenades at the prime minister's home, according to a
Guinea-Bissau's military coup brings to the fore a number of serious unresolved human rights concerns in the West African country.