A French soldier looks out from an armored vehicle during a patrol through the streets of Bangui, on Thursday.
France sends troops to its former colony after clashes between Muslims and Christians left nearly 300 dead.
He was taken from Milan, Italy, in 2003 as part of the CIA's program of extraordinary rendition.
December 3, 2013 The government's thumbs down of the proposed trade agreement has sparked widespread anger and street protests that have threatened to topple President Viktor Yanukovych.
December 3, 2013 In testimony before Britain's Parliament, Alan Rusbridger tells lawmakers that about 58,000 files obtained from Snowden, or "about 1 percent," have been published by the paper.
December 3, 2013 A fifth century Byzantine monastery in Turkey is finally slated for renovation. But the government wants to turn it into a mosque. It's just one of several conversions of historically Christian sites that the government is considering, a move the country's dwindling number of Greeks decry.
December 3, 2013 Former lead dancer Pavel Dmitrichenko was convicted in the January acid attack that nearly blinded Bolshoi Theater artistic director Sergei Filin. Dmitrichenko has acknowledged organizing the assault but said he didn't intend for acid to be used.