Samantha Power, the United State’s ambassador to the United Nations, speaks during an U.N. Security Council emergency meeting, in this April 13, 2014 photo, at United Nations headquarters. (AP)
BERLIN: German prosecutors said Wednesday that they have indicted 10 people on charges including involuntary manslaughter over a mass panic at the Love Parade techno music festival nearly four years a
SAN SALVADOR: A castaway who says he spent 13 months adrift in the Pacific was reunited with his parents and teenage daughter after receiving a hero’s welcome on his return home to El Salvador.
MANILA: The Philippine government has recovered more than $29 million from the Swiss accounts of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos and the search for more of his hidden wealth continues 28 years after
NEW YORK: US automaker Chrysler is recalling about 8,000 large vans due to a problem with the acceleration pedal that can limit driver control and increase the chance of an accident.
UNITED NATIONS, United States: UN leader Ban Ki-moon condemned Wednesday what he said was the use of cluster bombs in the war in South Sudan.
DAKAR, Senegal: Amnesty International is warning that the exodus of tens of thousands of Muslims from Central African Republic amounts to ethnic cleansing.
PESHAWAR, Pakistan: Militants killed nine members of an anti-Taleban militia on Wednesday in Pakistan’s northwestern city of Peshawar, police said.
KABUL: Afghanistan has halted conservation work at a site once occupied by ancient Buddha statues destroyed by the Taleban because the team involved is suspected of secretly trying to rebuild one of t
MBAIKI, Central African Republic: The new president of the restive Central African Republic, Catherine Samba Panza, said Wednesday she wants to “go to war” against self-defense militias
NEW DELHI: India left train fares and freight rates unchanged in its interim railway budget, as politicians try to please voters and manufacturing companies ahead of national elections due in the n
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