Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy will visit Iran to take part in the Non-Aligned Movement summit at the end of August, a presidential advisor said.
A plane crash in Sudan has killed 32 people, including at least one minister and other top government officials, state media reported Sunday.
The company at the center of a miners' strike in South Africa is giving its workers until Monday to return to work.
A pair of car bombings in the Libyan capital left two people dead, three wounded, and a fourth lightly injured Sunday, Libyan state media reported.
Singer Beyonce, the United Nations and dozens of global aid groups have one message for the world Sunday: Perform a good deed, no matter how big or small, to help another person. Sunday marks World Humanitarian Day, which honors those who face danger in helping others and also encourages people to volunteer or help someone in need.
A Japanese group landed Sunday on an island claimed by China and Japan amid a tense territorial dispute between the two nations. The group landed at one of the islets and waved Japanese flags, the Kyodo news agency reported.
Myanmar has formed a commission to investigate the recent sectarian violence that killed dozens in the western part of the country. The June clashes between Buddhists and Muslims also displaced thousands of people.
An earthquake that struck rural Indonesia left at least four people dead, authorities said Sunday.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta is calling on Afghanistan to rigorously vet its security force recruits following a spate of deadly attacks on NATO troops.
A private plane plunged into the mountains in Sudan, killing a minister and other top officials, state media reported Sunday.