MEXICO CITY - Mexico's president accepted the resignation Wednesday of his top domestic security official, Interior Secretary Fernando Gomez Mont, and named a former congressman with experience in fighting drug cartels to replace him.
NAIROBI/KAMPALA - Experts from the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) were in Uganda Wednesday to help probe weekend bombings by a Somali terror group that killed 76 people.
WASHINGTON - If the Somali terror group al-Shabab is responsible for the deadly attacks in Uganda, it could mean the group is capable of carrying out successful attacks in Africa and beyond, according to an intelligence assessment by the FBI and Homeland Security Department.
KAMPALA, Uganda - Investigators found an unexploded suicide vest with ball bearings in a disco hall in Uganda's capital, suggesting that militants had planned a third bombing during the World Cup final, officials said Tuesday.
KAMPALA, Uganda - Investigators found an unexploded suicide vest in a disco hall in Uganda's capital, suggesting that al-Shabab militants planned to carry out more attacks, a government official said Tuesday.
- Unexploded suicide belt found at Uganda blast site
- UN condemn Uganda bombings
- 74 dead in Uganda blasts (Third Lead)
- WCup final pitch invader to appear in court
- Fiesta time: Spain celebrates first World Cup win
- 64 dead in Uganda bombings (Second lead)
- Americans among those killed in Uganda attacks: US
- 50 dead in bombings in Uganda
- 33 killed in twin bombings in Uganda
- British journalist Wright fined by SAfrican court
- Doomsday scenarios that preceded World Cup fade
- Soccer City site is historic anti-apartheid venue
- Vote shows Mexicans have little faith in any party
- Rooney, Ronaldo, now Messi - stars misfire in Cup
- Colombian cops find World Cup _ made of cocaine
- Paris Hilton's companion ordered to leave SAfrica
- Paris Hilton marijuana charges dropped in SAfrica
- Paris Hilton seen in South African courtroom
- Argentine ex-dictator faces human rights charges
- Argentina: Ex-dictator faces human rights charges
- American tourist shot and wounded in South Africa
- SAfrica: American shot and robbed in Johannesburg
- Police chief: WCup replicas stolen from FIFA HQ
- Police: England fan incident 'orchestrated'
- Mexico to press ahead with vote despite slaying
- Mexican governor candidate killed, cartels blamed
- Cops: Man killed crying girl during World Cup game
- Mumbai terror suspect held near South Africa border?
- India asks Pakistan to arrest more Mumbai suspects
- 2 Pakistanis held in Zimbabwe, possible Mumbai tie
- Pakistani terror suspects held at South Africa border
- Malaysia nixes sports betting for non-Muslims
- Restaurant serves lion burgers despite protests
- Police: Vuvuzela noise drives an American nuts
- Extra security for England-Germany World Cup game