KUALA LUMPUR: Millions of black-clad Malaysians fell silent Friday in tribute to their 43 countrymen killed in the MH17 disaster as the first remains were brought home and laid to rest amid deep sorro
MANILA: Security officials say a woman armed with a pistol tried to enter the Philippine presidential palace and was demanding to see President Benigno Aquino III.
ISLAMABAD: The party of Pakistani opposition politician Imran Khan said Friday it was resuming talks with the government aimed at ending tense protests, even as it submitted the resignations of 34 law
ISLAMABAD: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan told his supporters on Thursday that the government had removed the Islamabad police chief for not using force against him, and warned
UNITED NATIONS: In her last address to the Security Council, the UN human rights chief sharply criticized the body for its ineffectiveness on Syria and other intractable conflicts, saying its members
WASHINGTON: Four US firefighters were injured, two seriously, Thursday as they were helping run a so-called Ice Bucket Challenge at a Kentucky university.
HARTFORD, Connecticut: Some US colleges are pulling students from overseas study programs in Israel as the Gaza war rages, though the relative calm beyond the immediate battle areas is raising questio
MANILA: The Philippines’ largest Muslim rebel group has taken a crucial step in ending decades of conflict, formally submitting to the president a final proposal for self-rule that both it and Manila
GUWAHATI: About 10,000 people have fled their homes in northeast India as violence surged over a border dispute that has left some 15 people dead, officials said Thursday.
DHAKA: A Bangladesh court on Thursday charged 13 people with murder over a 2001 bomb blast at a political rally in Dhaka that left five people dead.
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