WASHINGTON: The US Army has isolated a dozen soldiers returning from West Africa at a base in Italy, including the top general who oversaw the military’s initial response to the Ebola outbreak, even t
RIO DE JANEIRO: Brazil’s re-elected leader Dilma Rousseff on Monday faced a house divided after a bitterly fought election that ended with the narrowest presidential win since the nation’s return to d
JOHANNESBURG: South Africa launched a manhunt Monday to catch the killers of South Africa’s national football captain Senzo Meyiwa, who was shot dead during a robbery at his girlfriend’s home.
When Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper was speaking at about 9.30 a.m. Wednesday in a caucus room of Parliament, we heard a couple of shots.
SEOUL: South Korean prosecutors on Monday demanded the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that sank earlier this year, killing more than 300 people, blaming his negligence and failure to rescue
KUNDUZ, Afghanistan: Taleban militants stormed a court in northern Afghanistan on Monday and killed at least ten people including prosecutors, shooting them in their offices at close range, officials
BANNU, Pakistan: Pakistani helicopter gunships Monday attacked suspected militant hide-outs in a restive tribal area on the Afghan border and killed at least 33 people, the military said.
LUCKNOW: Officials in one of India’s most populous states were left red-faced on Monday after a video emerged showing children cleaning up a medical college in preparation for a top politician’s visit
KUWAIT CITY: Washington has called for the battle against the Islamic State group to be extended to the Internet, as coalition partners met for talks on how to stop the militants’ online propaganda.
NEW DELHI: India’s government revealed Monday the names of three prominent businessmen accused of illegally stashing funds in foreign bank accounts as it seeks to recover billions of dollars parked ab
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