BRUSSELS -- Belgian authorities released surveillance-camera footage of a deadly attack that killed three Saturday at the Jewish Museum of Belgium in Brussels as a manhunt continued for the killer.
The federal police posted the videos on their site showing the killer enter the museum, pull a Kalashnikov-type assault rifle from a bag, fire it and then leave the building on foot. Police called on the public to help in finding the assailant.
Thai military cracks down
BANGKOK -- As protests demanding elections grew in Bangkok, Thailand's military junta Sunday warned Thais against opposing military rule, saying "the process of democratization cannot be carried out right now."
The military during the weekend ordered two dozen professors and writers who were advocates for elections to turn themselves over to the military authorities.
The junta continued to consolidate power over the weekend, "terminating" the upper house of Parliament and purging the bureaucracy of senior officials.
Cleric arrested in Lebanon
BEIRUT -- Lebanese security forces Sunday arrested a radical Islamic cleric who was long prominent in Britain and was wanted here under a new security plan to curb violence in the northern city of Tripoli that has been exacerbated by the war in neighboring Syria.
The cleric, Omar Bakri Muhammad, was arrested in the town of Aley, according to the National News Agency. He had been on the run since April, when security forces raided his house in Tripoli.
Lebanese authorities viewed him with increasing concern after he expressed support for an extremist group that has taken over parts of northern Syria, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, and called for it to activate cells in Lebanon.
Chinese attackers identified
BEIJING -- Law enforcement officials in the western region of Xinjiang have identified five men they said were responsible for an attack on an outdoor vegetable market Thursday that killed 43 people and injured more than 90, many of them older shoppers.
The authorities said Saturday that four of the men were killed when the two vehicles they used to mount the attack exploded in Urumqi, the regional capital. They were identified through DNA analysis.
The fifth suspect was captured Thursday night after escaping to a town about 150 miles south of the city, the police said.
Colombia set for runoff
BOGOTA, Colombia -- Former Finance Minister Óscar Iván Zuluaga won the most votes in Sunday's presidential election, setting the stage for a June 15 runoff against President Juan Manuel Santos.
With 99 percent of votes counted, authorities said Mr. Zuluaga had won 29.3 percent of the vote, followed by Mr. Santos with 25.7 percent.
In his victory speech, he asked Colombian's to vote for change in three weeks and attacked Santos' signature achievement -- peace talks in Cuba with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrillas.
Santos on Sunday predicted success in the runoff.
"Thanks to the millions of citizens who support us and who are going to multiply in the runoff," he told supporters.
Lithuania re-elects president
VILNIUS, Lithuania -- Dalia Grybauskaite was re-elected president of Lithuania on Sunday after beating the Social Democrat candidate in a runoff.
She thanked her supporters and called her victory over Social Democrat Zigmantas Balcytis "historic," because "Lithuania has never elected a president for second term before."
-- Compiled from news services