PESHAWAR: A suicide bomber killed at least six people and wounded dozens on Tuesday in northwest Pakistan, where security forces are battling militants, officials said.
MANILA: The Committee to Protect Journalists urged Philippine President Benigno Aquino III on Tuesday to act to stop attacks against the press in the country after three journalists were killed recent
GENEVA: More than 350,000 migrants have risked their lives crossing the Mediterranean this year, and some 2,600 have died while making the perilous journey to Europe, the International Organization fo
LONDON: Prime Minister David Cameron’s government is poised to change the question for voters in an upcoming referendum on whether Britain should remain in the European Union, his spokeswoman said Tue
VIENNA: Trains packed with migrants arrived in Austria’s capital on Monday where 20,000 people turned out to show their support for the new arrivals.
PARIS: A three-way deal backed by the French government late Monday raised hopes of resolving a long-running dispute that has hampered ferry traffic at Calais and disrupted cross-Channel rail services
BUDAPEST: Hungarian police on Tuesday cleared Budapest’s main train station of hundreds of migrants trying to get to western Europe, prompting a demonstration by around 200 young men outside.
MUNICH: “We love Germany,” several young migrants yelled happily as they stumbled out of a train in Munich, the last stop, they hope, of their long and perilous journey from war.
ABUJA: President Muhammadu Buhari wants Nigeria to continue efforts to win certification as a polio-free country by 2017 after recording its last case in July last year, his office said Tuesday.
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