WASHINGTON: The Russian and Chinese governments are likely behind widespread cyber-espionage that has hit targets in the US and elsewhere, two separate security reports said Tuesday.
KIEV: Russia’s announcement that it will recognize separatist elections in eastern Ukraine “undermines” attempts to end a six-month war there, a senior Ukrainian foreign ministry official said Tuesday
BOSTON: A US jury on Tuesday found a college friend of the accused Boston Marathon bomber guilty of lying to authorities in a terrorism investigation.
JOHANNESBURG: South African police on Tuesday released facial images of two suspects who are wanted for the shooting death of Senzo Meyiwa, the national soccer team captain.
WASHINGTON: A Texas nurse who was the second US health care worker infected with Ebola while caring for a Liberian patient left the hospital later Tuesday, her spokesman said.
NEW DELHI: India’s top counter-terrorism agency has uncovered a suspected plot by a banned militant group to assassinate the prime minister of Bangladesh and carry out a coup, three senior Indian secu
ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani policeman jailed for murdering a senior politician in a religiously-motivated attack incited a prison guard to shoot an elderly British man convicted of blasphemy, according to
NEW DELHI: India’s top court on Tuesday ordered the government to within a day disclose the names of all people suspected of stashing money in foreign banks beyond reach of tax authorities.
STOCKHOLM: Girl’s rights champion Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate in history, won the World’s Children’s Prize on Tuesday, after a global vote involving millions of children.
WASHINGTON: The Pentagon said in updated figures on Monday the average daily cost of the fight against Islamic State (IS) militants has risen to $8.3 million, or a total of $580 million between Aug.
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