Kim Jung Wook, a Baptist missionary from South Korea, was paraded before the media in Pyongyang, where he apologized for alleged anti-state crimes.
Seven Egyptian Christians were killed execution style in the Libyan city of Benghazi. It is the second such incident this year.
New unrest is brewing in Ukraine Wednesday on the Crimean Peninsula city of Sevastopol, a pro-Russian part of the country in the southeast.
NATO will withdraw all of its troops from Afghanistan by the end of the year if the country doesn't agree to a new security pact with the United States.
President Viktor Yanukovych is still on the run as the country prepares for elections to replace him. Meanwhile, for many protesters, the future remains uncertain.
France's day of reckoning has arrived: Its wealthy, best and brightest are saying goodbye to a nation they believe doesn't want them to succeed or become rich.
The entire cabinet of Egypt's interim prime minister resigned Monday.
While the world has been focused on the Ukraine, another national rebellion continues to rage in Venezuela.
The close of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Sunday was marked with many surprising victories and disappointing defeats.
Ukraine's interim government issued an arrest warrant for Viktor Yanukovich after last week's mass killings, prompting the diposed leader to flee Kiev.