ROSEBURG, Oregon: The gunman slain by police after he killed his English professor and eight others at an Oregon college was once turned away from a firearms academy by an instructor who recalled find
RIO DE JANEIRO: Brazil’s Supreme Court authorized the questioning by police of ex-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in a broadening corruption case focused on state-run oil company Petrobras, a repr
WASHINGTON: Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush unleashed a torrent of criticism when he said “stuff happens” when asked about renewed calls for gun control legislation after America’s latest m
DAKAR: Central African Republic’s interim President Catherine Samba-Panza called on Saturday for a tougher mandate for the UN mission, MINUSCA, and the disarmament of militias and rebels after more th
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MIAMI: Rescue workers searching for a missing cargo ship with 33 aboard off the Bahamas said there were still “no signs” of the vessel Saturday, as Hurricane Joaquin moved away from the island chain.<
DHAKA: A Japanese citizen was shot dead by gunmen in a northern Bangladesh town on Saturday, police said, days after an Italian aid worker was murdered in an attack claimed by the Daesh.
NEW DELHI: Indian police on Saturday arrested two more suspects in a mob murder of a Muslim man over rumors he had eaten beef, as debate mounted over communal intolerance under the Hindu nationalist g
MANILA: The Philippine island of Cebu suffered its seventh straight day of haze on Saturday, the weather bureau said, as Southeast Asian countries battle pollution suspected to emanate from illegal fi
LONDON: Pakistan Army chief General Raheel Sharif has said that his country wold not allow “even a shadow” of Daesh and termed the group a greater threat than Al-Qaeda.
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