WASHINGTON: A group of former prisoners from the early days of America’s “War on Terror” are suing two psychologists who helped build the CIA’s torture program, the American Civil Liberties Union said
MUMBAI: A homeless Indian man who had been pronounced dead woke up on an autopsy table, shocking hospital staff who were about to begin a post-mortem, authorities said Tuesday.
NEW DELHI: Indian police said Tuesday they have arrested the main suspect in a horrific attack on a four-year-old girl who was raped and slashed with a blade before being abandoned by a railway track.
BOSTON: US Secretary of State John Kerry and Defense Secretary Ash Carter met their Australian counterparts in Boston on Tuesday to discuss expanded cooperation in the South China Sea and possible US
LAS VEGAS: Hillary Rodham Clinton went to Donald Trump's doorstep Monday to mock the Republican presidential front-runner on the eve of the first Democratic presidential debate.
PESHAWAR: Aid programs for some of the 2.5 million Afghan refugees in Pakistan are being slashed amid the worst funding shortfall for a generation, as the European and Syrian migrant crisis uses up ca
KABUL: The Taliban said they were pulling back in the northern city of Kunduz on Tuesday in order to protect civilians but fighting continued elsewhere in the country with government troops battling t
KATMANDU: A China-Nepal border point that was damaged by April’s devastating earthquake reopened Tuesday just as the small Himalayan nation struggles with supply shortages because of protests that hav
GILZE-RIJEN, Netherlands: Air crash investigators concluded Tuesday that Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down by a Russian-made BUK missile fired from war-torn eastern Ukraine last year killing
NEW DELHI: India, Japan and the United States will hold joint naval exercises each year, Indian government sources said on Monday, as the three countries kicked off the first such drills in the Bay of
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