SEOUL, South Korea: A Korean Air flight attendant described being insulted and shamed by the airline’s executive who ordered him removed and the plane returned over macadamia nuts, and then being aske
LONDON: A system failure affecting air traffic control workstations was to blame for disruption to thousands of passengers coming in and out of Britain’s biggest airports, officials said, as services
MULTAN, Pakistan: Pakistan police foiled a major terror attack Saturday in central Punjab province killing at least four suspected Taleban militants, officials said.
BANGALORE, India: Police in southern India said Saturday that they have arrested a man who has admitted to running a popular pro-Islamic State group Twitter account, but added that he appears to have
PARIS: A French court Friday sentenced the former mayor of a small seaside village to four years in prison for concealing flood risks that led to the death of 29 people in a brutal storm.
Call it a faux pas on the part of the Pakistani parliamentary delegation or an indifferent attitude shown by Indian Parliament speaker, the diplomatic relations touched a new low on Friday.
GENEVA: A Swiss man who escaped from militants in the Philippines described Friday the moment he decided he could not spend a third Christmas in captivity, as he returned home to Zurich.
PARIS: A French court ruled Friday that Uber’s ride-hailing service may infringe French law and ordered the company to make changes to its popular mobile app-based service.
JOHANNESBURG: Mourners in South Africa prayed and sang hymns on Friday during separate funeral services for four South African civilians who were killed in conflicts in Yemen and Afghanistan.
LAGOS: A double bomb attack that killed 31 people in a crowded market in the central Nigerian city of Jos was likely to have been carried out by Boko Haram, the state government said on Friday.
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