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Officials: 'Terrorist' Attack Hits New Delhi

Indian authorities say a terrorist attack outside the Indian high court in New Delhi killed at least 11 people and injured 66 others.

Police believe the explosive was placed inside a briefcase near a main gate to the high court in New Delhi. The blast is being described as a "medium-intensity bomb."

Injured were rapidly transported to area hospitals and police cordoned off the area to begin an investigation.

Speaking from Bangladesh, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was quick to label the explosion an act of terror.

Twin Suicide Bomb Blasts Kill 22 in SW Pakistan

The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for a pair a suicide bomb attacks targeting the house of a top Pakistani security officer Wednesday, that killed at least 22 people including the officer's wife.

Police said the first attacker detonated his vehicle outside the residence of the deputy head of Pakistan's paramilitary Frontier Corps in the southwestern city of Quetta. After that blast, a second bomber on foot stormed the officer's house and detonated his explosives.

The house was badly damaged in the attack, and the blasts wounded more than 60 people.


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Nigeria Arrests 6 for Deadly Bombings

Nigeria's secret police say they have arrested six people linked to a radical Islamic sect suspected of bombing an elections office and a church earlier this year.

Nigeria's State Security Service said Tuesday the detainees belong to Boko Haram, which authorities blame for dozens of bombings and shootings around the country.

The security agency says the six men are charged with two bombings in Suleija, a town near the capital, Abuja.

4 Killed in Clashes Between Yemeni Soldiers, Militants

At least four Yemeni soldiers have been killed in clashes with suspected al-Qaida militants in the country's south.

Military officials say the soldiers were killed on Tuesday after fighting broke out near Zinjibar, the capital of Abyan province.

The army launched an offensive to oust Islamic militants in the region several months ago. Militants appear to have increased their strongholds in Yemen as the government deals with political turmoil.

Mexican President Vows to Continue Drug Gang Crackdown

Mexico's president is vowing to fight to the last day of his term against the drug cartels that have spread insecurity and taken over towns and police forces across Mexico.

In a speech to the nation Friday, President Felipe Calderon said if the government backed down from its military crackdown, the country would be "totally dominated" by the drug gangs. He said the current strategy is the only way to "end this cancer" of drug trafficking and the ensuing violence.

Pakistan Captures Senior al-Qaida Leader

Pakistan's military says it has arrested a senior al-Qaida leader and two colleagues with help from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.

An army statement Monday identified the senior detainee as Younis al-Mauritani, believed to have been tasked by Osama bin Laden with targeting economic interests in the United States, Europe and Australia. The other two detainees were not identified.

Militants Kidnap 30 Pakistani Boys in Afghanistan

Local Pakistani officials say suspected Taliban militants have abducted more than 30 Pakistani boys who mistakenly crossed into neighboring Afghanistan.

Officials say the boys, between the ages of 10 and 18, were kidnapped Thursday after crossing from Pakistan's Bajaur tribal region into eastern Afghanistan's Kunar province.

The boys were reportedly taking part in an outing when they inadvertently strayed across the border into Afghanistan.

State Police Officer Arrested in Deadly Mexico Casino Fire

Mexican authorities have arrested a state police officer in connection with last week's casino arson fire in Monterrey that killed 52 people.

The Associated Press reports a surveillance video shows the officer in a vehicle outside the upscale Casino Royale. Few other details were immediately released.

Authorities arrested five other suspects, believed to be members of the Zetas drug cartel, on Monday.

Investigators have not given a motive for the killings, but they are exploring whether drugs or an extortion plot are behind the attack.