BANGALORE: India police arrested five people Thursday over an enraged mob’s attack on a Tanzanian student who was beaten, her shirt ripped off and car set ablaze in the city of Bangalore.
NEW DELHI: Director General of Military Operations Lt. Gen.
KARACHI: The national flag carrier has incurred an estimated loss amounting to Rs1.8 billion since last week, as angry employees protested against the government’s proposed plan to privatise Pakistan
NAIROBI: When driver service Uber launched in Kenya’s tech-savvy capital, it was eagerly welcomed by many in Nairobi.
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone: Dozens of people linked to the most recent cases of Ebola in Sierra Leone are still missing, the World Health Organization warns, saying that among them 18 contacts are at high
JUBA: South Sudan lawmakers have passed a controversial bill restricting numbers of foreign aid workers, sparking fears it will hinder efforts to help millions in need in the war-torn young nation.
KINSHASA: Villagers from two major ethnic groups in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo clashed with machetes and batons before dispersing when army troops and UN peacekeepers intervened and
LAGOS: Niger Delta militants are holding five foreigners ransom after hijacking a chemical tanker off the coast of Nigeria, a risk consultancy firm reported Thursday.
WASHINGTON: The senior US commander in Afghanistan says if the American troop level is cut to 5,500 as President Barack Obama has proposed, there will be too few left to train the still-fledgling Afgh
PARIS: A woman who turned in Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the suspected ringleader of the November Paris attacks, said Thursday she feels “abandoned” and afraid of reprisals, in an interview with French broadc
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