WELLINGTON: Delhi’s top diplomat in New Zealand said Saturday he would return to India but denied that his relocation was linked to accusations that his wife had assaulted a staff member.
WASHINGTON: Religion-based societal violence in India was the “most significant” human rights problem in the country in 2014, besides “widespread corruption” and abuses by police and security force, a
DHAKA: Mohammed Islam is a Rohingya Muslim who has lived in a refugee camp in Bangladesh since age 9, after his family fled religious tension in his home country of Myanmar.
SAN FRANCISCO: Hundreds of people packed the rotunda of San Francisco City Hall to mark the 70th birthday of the signing of the United Nations charter.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina: An activist climbed a flagpole outside the South Carolina state capitol early on Saturday and took down the Confederate flag, state officials said, a day after US President B
TAIPEI: More than 200 people were injured, over 80 of them seriously, in an explosion at a water park outside Taiwan’s capital Taipei Saturday after colored powder being sprayed onto a crowd ignited,
BAMAKO: Suspected fighters attacked a town in western Mali near the border with neighboring Mauritania before dawn on Saturday, leaving up to 11 people dead, including three soldiers and eight attacke
CHARLESTON: President Barack Obama sang a hymn of hope and spoke with the fervor of a preacher as he eulogized a pastor and eight parishioners gunned down at a historic black church in an apparent hat
LONDON: Security was stepped up at events marking Armed Forces Day across Britain, officials said Saturday amid a news report that officials foiled a bomb attack by Daesh on a military parade in Londo
FONTAINES-SUR-SAONE, France: Officials say the top suspect in the beheading of a French businessman took a “selfie” photo with the slain victim and sent the image to at least one recipient.
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