India snubs chance to take part in Chinese military parade

The Beijing parade next week will see as many as 1,000 foreign troops from 17 countries. Pictured is Chinese President Xi Jinping.

U.N. council welcomes South Sudan peace deal, threatens arms embargo

UNITED NATIONS The U.N. Security Council on Friday welcomed the signing of a peace agreement aimed at ending South Sudan's 20-month civil war while warning that it remained ready to impose an arms embargo on the country if the deal collapsed.

High-tech plan in place to save ancient sites from ISIS: Report

LONDON: A team of digital-age "monuments men" will fightback against the Islamic State's destruction of ancient sites by flooding the Middle East region with cameras and harnessing 3D printing technology to reconstruct the destroyed antiquities ...

Pakistan Rejects Report About Fastest Growing Nuclear Warheads

Islamabad: Pakistan on Friday rejected as "utterly baseless" a report by leading American thank-tanks which said that Islamabad has the fastest growing nuclear arsenal in the world.

Pakistan wanted foreign secretaries to talk on Kashmir on the fringes of NSA-level dialogue - The Times of India

NEW DELHI: After India and Pakistan publicly sparred over Hurriyat and accused each other of tampering with the Ufa agenda, Islamabad has now alleged it was the failure to ensure a meeting between its foreign secretary Aizaz Chaudhry and his Indian ...

In Sheena Bora case, old remains are a forensic nightmare

Forensic examinations are pivotal in solving murder cases, particularly to ascertain a dead person's identity. But in the Sheena Bora case, it appears a fresh forensic investigation will reveal nothing new.

Turkish police detain two British Vice News journalists

Turkish police detain two British journalists from Vice News covering the unrest in the restive Kurdish dominated southeast.

Hurricane Katrina anniversary: Former US president George W Bush visits New Orleans

Former United States President George W Bush returns to New Orleans ten years after attracting widespread criticism for his response to Hurricane Katrina.

Four arrested in Hungary after dozens of dead migrants found in truck in Austria

Three Bulgarians and one Afghan citizen are arrested in relation to the 71 migrants found dead in a truck on the side of an Austrian highway.

80,000 Britons sign petition to arrest Israeli PM in London

Around 80,000 Britons signed a petition calling for the arrest of Israeli Prime Minsiter Benjamin Netanyahu when he arrives in London in September, local media reported yesterday.

Migrant crisis: Libya boats capsize off Zuwara carrying hundreds

Hundreds of people are feared dead after two boats carrying up to 500 migrants capsized off the Libyan city of Zuwara, residents and officials say.

Police withdraw 'criminal gang' charge facing Broken Hill Rebels

Local police have been forced to withdraw criminal group charges laid against three Broken Hill members of the Rebels motorcycle gang.

David Pocock, Kurtley Beale re-sign with ARU through 2016, 2017 respectively

David Pocock and Kurtley Beale have re-signed with the Australian Rugby Union, committing to the code until the end of 2016 and 2017 respectively.

Grim find in Austria as truck containing up to 50 decomposing bodies turns up on highway near Hungary border

As many as 50 migrants are found dead inside a poultry truck on the parking strip of a highway in Austria, with police saying the deaths may have occurred two days ago.

Browsing ant bio threat spreads outside Darwin Port quarantine area; freight movement shut down

A "slender and inconspicuous" foreign ant that forms multi-queen super-colonies capable of overwhelming, displacing and eating native ant shuts down parts of Darwin Port.

British former teacher jailed for secret filming of pupils

London, Aug 28 (IANS) The former teacher of a boarding school in the southwestern port city of Bristol was given a three years and nine months jail sentence on Thursday by a local court, after admitting to making indecent images of children. … More »

Researchers turn to seaweeds to develop new antibiotics

London, Aug 28 (IANS) British researchers are trying to use the antimicrobial properties of seaweeds from the country's coastline to develop a new generation of antibiotics in a bid to fight the growing threat of resistant superbugs, according to a … More »

Obama’s Sanctions Chief to Defend Iran Accord in Israel

WASHINGTON - President Obama's sanctions chief will arrive in Israel on Friday to defend the nuclear containment deal with Iran and try to reassure a government and public deeply opposed to the accord that the United States is still prepared to ...

Arrest Warrant Issued for Former Pakistani Prime Minister Gilani

KARACHI, Pakistan—A federal anticorruption court on Thursday ordered the arrest of former Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on charges of fraud.

Discovery of up to 50 bodies in truck highlights European migrant crisis

BERLIN - Austrian authorities launched an international probe Thursday into the deaths of up to 50 suspected migrants, with white-suited forensic experts still struggling to count the badly decomposed corpses left by a tragedy that immediately touched ..

Virginia TV station remembers slain journalists

Colleagues of the two American journalists killed live on air on Wednesday held a moment's silence to remember their co-workers a day after the killings as more details emerged about their murderer.

Even after several twists, astounding revelations, no one knows why Sheena Bora was killed

The day began when Mumbai police commissioner Rakesh Maria visited the Khar police station and grilled Indrani Mukerjea, her driver Shyam Rai and Peter Mukerjea's son Rahul for over several hours.

Palestinians submit co-sponsored resolution for their flag to be raised at the United Nations

Palestinians ask the United Nations to allow their flag to be raised at the world body ahead of next month's meeting of heads of state.

Global life expectancy rises, but research shows people just live sicker for longer

People around the world are living longer, but many are also living sicker lives for longer, according to a study of all major diseases and injuries in 188 countries. shows people just live sicker for longer

US president Barack Obama to address inequality's role in Katrina disaster on 10th anniversary

President Barack Obama will highlight the "structural inequality" that hurt poor black people in New Orleans before the devastation of Hurricane Katrina during a visit to celebrate the city's progress 10 years after the storm.

Greek debt crisis: Photograph of elderly man collapsed outside bank reveals pensioner's despair

A heartbreaking photograph of an elderly man collapsed on the ground openly crying in despair outside a Greek bank, his savings book and identity card strewn next to him, has captivated people around the world.

Vassiliki Thanou: Greece's top judge takes over as caretaker prime minister ahead of snap election

Greece's top judge has become the country's first female prime minister, taking over a caretaker administration to organise early elections next month, the fifth in the crisis-hit country in six years.

Syrian three-day ceasefire agreed as both sides bury dead

Warring rebels and regime loyalists in parts of southern and northwestern Syria agreed to a three-day ceasefire on Thursday in order to evacuate their wounded and bury the dead.

Abbas Reopens Palestinian NGO after European Pressure

RAMALLAH, WEST BANK—. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has revoked his decision to close an internationally-funded Palestinian peace center run by a political rival following European intervention, officials said on Thursday.

Greece's Varoufakis says will not take part in sad elections

Former finance minister has broken away from Syriza party. * Plans to create a Europe-wide pro-democracy movement. * Greece to hold parliamentary elections, probably next month.

Obama is right that guns kill more Americans than terrorism. So do lots of things

In an interview with a local television station in Philadelphia on Wednesday, President Obama drew a distinction between the effects of gun violence and terrorism.

Thai Court Issues Warrant for Suspect in Second Bomb Blast

A Thai court on Thursday issued an arrest warrant for an unnamed suspect in a riverside blast that occurred a day after the bombing of a shrine in central Bangkok which killed 20 people.

Hezbollah, Syria Rebels Agree to Cease-Fire in Border Town - ABC News

A new 48-hour cease-fire went into effect Thursday between Lebanese Hezbollah fighters allied with Syrian government forces and insurgents in a Syrian border town and two Shiite villages.

Arrest warrant issued for former Pakistani prime minister

KARACHI A Pakistani anti-corruption court on Thursday issued an arrest warrant for former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, in a case alleging millions of dollars of graft in a trade development scheme, a security official said.

Coping and recovering a day after the fatal shootings of TV journalists in SW Virginia - The Washington Post

As authorities in Southwest Virginia continue to investigate Wednesday's fatal shootings of two television journalists during a live broadcast, local residents and colleagues tried to cope and recover from the shocking, brazen incident that hit the ...

Greece names first woman as caretaker PM ahead of snap vote

sident Prokopis Pavlopoulos said he had chosen Vassiliki Thanou, the head of Greece's Supreme Court and the first woman to assume the post.

GSLV a competitor for PSLV: SHAR director - The Hindu

The indigenously developed cryogenic engine was successfully used in launching the GSLV-D6 rocket from the country's premier spaceport at the Sriharikota Range (SHAR) near Sullurupeta in Nellore district here on Thursday evening to put a ...

Was blindsided by my love for Indrani, don't know what to believe, Peter Mukerjea says

NEW DELHI: Media honcho Peter Mukerjea has spoken out for the first time following the arrest of his wife Indrani in the sensational murder of her daughter Sheena Bora.

Now you can see the latest exhibits of Indian museums on Google | Business Insider India

"In the last two years, we have seen a huge traction to Google Cultural Institute. We have seen over 240 million page views. However, that has ...

China arrests 12 over Tianjin blasts; officials accused of dereliction of duty

Chinese police have arrested 12 people over giant explosions that killed 145 people in northern city Tianjin, state media says, as prosecutors probe 11 officials for neglecting their duties.

Virginia shooting: Roanoke mourns loss of WDBJ7 journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward

Virginia shooting: Roanoke mourns loss of WDBJ7 journalists Alison Parker and Adam Ward

As Biden weighs 2016 bid, donors so far stick by Clinton

By Michelle Conlin MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - As U.S. Vice President Joe Biden considers jumping into the 2016 White House race, the Democratic donor class appears relatively un…

French officials suspect train attack was premeditated - The Globe and Mail

Minutes before he slung an assault rifle across his chest and walked through a high-speed train, the Moroccan suspect in the foiled attack watched a jihadi video on his cellphone, the French prosecutor said in formally opening a terrorism investigation ...

Israel should be annihilated, Iranian official says - Middle East - Jerusalem Post

The UK's Hammond said Monday that Iran's current gov't had more nuanced approach to Israel relative to its predecessor.

The Chosun Ilbo (English Edition): Daily News from Korea - N.Korea Puts Spin on Cross-Border Deal

North Korea on Tuesday put a heavy spin on a cross-border deal reached to defuse tensions in the early hours of the morning. The two sides agreed that the North expresses regret over the maiming of two South Korean soldiers by box mines in the ...

The Chosun Ilbo (English Edition): Daily News from Korea - N.Korea Puts Spin on Cross-Border Deal

North Korea on Tuesday put a heavy spin on a cross-border deal reached to defuse tensions in the early hours of the morning. The two sides agreed that the North expresses regret over the maiming of two South Korean soldiers by box mines in the ...

Tropical Storm Erika approaching the Leeward Islands - The Washington Post

MIAMI - Tropical Storm Erika is approaching the Leeward Islands from the Atlantic, and forecasters say it may gain strength. Erika was centered Tuesday evening about 545 miles (875 kilometers) east of Antigua and moving west at 20 mph (31 kph).

Baby among 4 shot dead on camp | Irish Examiner

A drunken gunman shot dead three members of the same family in a travellers' camp in north-east France yesterday before killing a police officer who arrived on the scene.

Tourist guide killed in the park where Cecil the Lion lived

Tourist guide killed in the park where Cecil the Lion lived -

U.N. Report Details Flow of Foreign Weapons Into South Sudan

UNITED NATIONS - The South Sudan government spent $20 million last summer on weapons including machine guns and grenade launchers from China, while rebels procured ammunition made by their onetime rivals in neighboring Sudan, according to ...

Hardik Patel Calls for Gujarat Bandh, Several Areas Under Curfew: 10 Developments

Ahmedabad: 21-year-old Hardik Patel, who was briefly detained in Ahmedabad last evening during an agitation demanding for reservations for the Patel community, has called for a strike across Gujarat today.

India - Bridge trust deficit, Kejriwal tells Modi

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention in bridging the trust deficit between the Centre and the Delhi government.

Bengal beats India in Muslim growth rate - The Times of India

KOLKATA: In three districts of Bengal, Murshidabad, Malda and North Dinajpur, the Muslim population has surpassed the Hindu population, the Census 2011 data on Population by Religious Communities released on Tuesday, reveals.

Top most babu decides to step down over differences with Mufti government

An IAS officer of 1978 batch, Khandey was made the chief secretary of Jammu and Kashmir on February 18, 2013 during the National Conference-Congress government led by Omar Abdullah.

China's stock market crash: latest news and analysis - Vox

China's stock market crash: latest news and analysis - Vox

China cuts interest rates by 0.25 percentage points amid economic slump; Western markets rebound

China's central bank cuts its benchmark interest rates and the amount of cash banks must keep on hand in a bit to boost the world's second-largest economy as it battles a collapse in share prices.

Moroccan man charged with terrorism offences after 'targeted and premeditated' attack on French train

Prosecutors charge a Moroccan man over last week's attack on a high-speed French train, accusing him of a "targeted and premeditated" jihadist assault that would have ended in carnage had passengers not intervened.

Islamic State releases images of Baal Shamin temple destruction in Palmyra

The Islamic State militant group publishes images showing the destruction of the Baal Shamin temple in Palmyra after international condemnation of the act.

Hope for Pakistani acid attack victims

It's estimated that up to 750 Pakistani women a year are victims of acid attacks. Such assaults, which can leave victims disfigured and socially ostracised, are often payback for refusing a man's advances or failing to provide an adequate dowry. ...

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'Low-level' meth and heroin dealer sentenced to 11 months in jail for drug trafficking in Canberra

Vietnamese-born methylamphetamine and heroin trafficker Van Hieu Truong is jailed for nearly a year by the ACT Supreme Court.

2016 Dakar Rally: Peru withdraws as host

Lima, Aug 25 (IANS) Peru said that it is withdrawing as host of the 2016 Dakar Rally due to concerns about the El Nino weather phenomenon, a media report said. The country's ministry of foreign trade and tourism issued a statement on Monday, saying … More »

UN chief Ban Ki-moon appalled by Islamic State's 'barbaric' attacks in Palmyra

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Monday he was appalled by reports that Islamic State militants had demolished a temple in Syria's ancient Palmyra.

Isolated Kim Relies on Old North Korea Tensions Playbook - Bloomberg Business

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's military standoff against South Korea, with his threats to annihilate the government in Seoul, was not just about the loudspeakers blasting propaganda and K-pop tunes over the demilitarized zone.

ISIS said to have blown up ancient temple in Palmyra

The burgeoning list of appalling acts by ISIS has grown even longer: The Islamic extremist group has blown up a nearly 2,000-year-old temple in the historic ruins of Palmyra, Syria.

VJ Day 70th anniversary: Videos show suffering of wartime 'comfort women' sex slaves - Telegraph

China's State Archives Administration (SAA) has released a series of videos documenting the experiences of sex slaves at the hands of the Japanese military more than 70 years ago.

Drug racket: HC stays transfer of ED’s special prosecutor

THE Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday put a stay on the transfer of ED’s special public prosecutor who is looking into the money laundering aspect in Punjab’s multi-crore drug racket case. Suresh Kumar Batra has been transferred from Chandigarh to Bengaluru. ....

Global slide continues: Shanghai, Tokyo shares plunge in opening trade

HONG KONG: Asian shares tumbled on Tuesday after a meltdown in Chinese stocks sparked a global equities rout and fuelled mounting fears over the outlook for the world economy.

Sierra Leone's Last Known Ebola Patient Leaves Hospital

Sierra Leone's last known Ebola patient was released from hospital Monday, raising hopes the west African nation may finally have beaten the devastating epidemic.

Back From Golf Course, Barack Obama Tees Up Renewable Energy, Iran

President Barack Obama, fresh from vacation and nine rounds of golf on Martha's Vineyard, is launching into a busy two weeks promoting renewable energy and his nuclear deal with Iran.

Islamic State Executes 4 People in Central Libyan City: Residents

Islamic State has executed four people in the central Libyan city of Sirte, including at least one member of a rival group whose body was put on display, according to residents and a video published on social media on Monday.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Likely to Meet PM Modi Today

NEW DELHI:  Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has sought an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi today during which he is likely to discuss several issues including the relation between the Centre and Delhi government with him.......

Indian PM Modi Reviewed Market Crash, Said Problems External: Arun Jaitley

NEW DELHI:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi has vowed to push ahead with the reforms agenda and increase public spending as part of the drive to strengthen the economy, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told the media on Monday evening in the wake of the stock market crash.

FIFA scandal: Sepp Blatter defends world body's reputation over corruption allegations, says he is clean

Sepp Blatter defends FIFA's battered reputation, insisting he is clean and that there is no systemic corruption at world football's governing body.

North, South Korea agree to defuse crisis after marathon talks; Pyongyang expresses regret over landmines

North and South Korea reach agreement to end a standoff involving an exchange of artillery fire that had pushed the divided peninsula into a state of heightened military tension.

Global share markets slump on Chinese economic fears

Panic is palpable on global markets as fears of a Chinese economic slowdown grip investors, driving Wall Street's Dow 3.6 per cent lower and European markets more than 5 per cent down.

Seven police officers killed in clashes with anti-charter protesters in Nepal, police say

Seven police officers have been killed in western Nepal in clashes with demonstrators protesting against a proposed new constitution, according to police.

South Korea refuses to end propaganda broadcasts unless North offers 'clear' apology

South Korea refuses to end propaganda broadcasts unless North offers 'clear' apology

Gold near seven-week high after best week since Jan - Yahoo News India

MANILA (Reuters) - Gold hovered near its highest level in almost seven weeks early on Monday after scoring its biggest weekly gain since January as worries over a slowing Chinese economy spurred appetite for safe-haven assets.

Chinese yuan strengthens

In China's spot foreign exchange market, the yuan is allowed to rise or fall by two percent from the central parity rate each trading day, Xinhua reported. The People's Bank of China reformed the exchange rate formation system on August 11 to … More »

Doubts over Rio 2016 sailing venue

Rio de Janeiro, Aug 24 (IANS) Sailing's world governing body could shift Rio 2016 Olympic events out of Guanabara Bay due to pollution, organisers said.

A course used for an official Olympic test event was moved on Friday (August 21) due to water quality concerns. ...

Dortmund climb on top position in German Bundesliga

Berlin, Aug 24 (IANS) Borussia Dortmund scored four second-half goals to overcome newcomer Ingolstadt in a one-sided affair and Mainz edged Monchengladbach 2-1 to close the second round of the German Bundesliga.  ...

'Batman v Superman' porn parody for Affleck's former nanny?

Los Angeles, Aug 24 (IANS) Actor Ben Affleck's former nanny Christine Ouzounian has reportedly been offered $1 million to star in a "Batman v Superman" porn parody film. ...

Lindsay Lohan won't release tell-all book

New York, Aug 24 (IANS) Actress Lindsay Lohan has turned down publisher's bids for a tell-all book, but is instead working on an "educational" book on style and fashion. ...

Explosion at US Army base in Japan

Washington, Aug 24 (IANS) The Pentagon said that a US Army base in Japan was hit by an explosion and fire was triggered. The explosion happened just after midnight local time at a building at the Sagami Depot, a US Army post in Sagamihara, said a … More »

IS blows up ancient temple in Syria

Damascus, Aug 24 (IANS) The Islamic State (IS) militants blew up an ancient temple in Syria's Palmyra city, a media report said. … More »

Six killed as truck hits train in Andhra - India

Hyderabad, Aug 24 (IANS) Six people including a legislator from Karnataka were killed and 20 others were injured when a truck hit a coach of train in Andhra Pradesh early Monday, officials said. The driver of the granite-laden truck lost control … More »

30 Nepalis held over protest against new constitution

KATHMANDU: Nepalese police arrested 30 demonstrators in the capital for trying to enforce a nationwide strike, the latest in a string of protests against the new constitution.

Singapore’s Lee Increases Social Support Ahead of Elections

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong pledged more social measures including making public housing more affordable, as the city readies for elections.

British Embassy Reopens in Iran’s Capital

TEHRAN - Britain reopened its embassy in Tehran on Sunday in a sign of newly thawed relations in the wake of a landmark nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.

North, South Korea in marathon talks in effort to ease tension

SEOUL Top negotiators from North and South Korea talked through a second consecutive night and into Monday morning in a marathon bid to defuse tensions that have brought the peninsula to the brink of armed conflict.

Death penalty for heinous crimes not inhuman: Supreme Court

In the light of the debate over death penalty triggered by the execution of 1993 Mumbai blast convict Yakub Memon, the Supreme Court has said that a death sentence in case of heinous crimes is not inhuman and barbaric and will not violate right to life ...

Ajit Doval had planned to confront Pakistan on shoddy 26/11 probe during NSA talks

NEW DELHI: Besides preparing a list of 54 Pakistan-based fugitives wanted for offences committed in India, national security adviser Ajit Doval had intended to confront Islamabad on its shoddy investigation in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks case. ...

France train attack: Mystery man who tackled AK-47 assault rifle from train gunman revealed

France train attack: Mystery man who tackled AK-47 assault rifle from train gunman revealed

Three militants killed in encounter

Srinagar: Three militants were killed Sunday in an encounter with the army in Kupwara district of north Kashmir. The encounter began last night after troops launched a search operation in ...

India, Kerala - A hapless victim of dissoluteness

The tragic death of a student of College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram (CET) on Thursday night who succumbed to severe head injuries after being hit by a jeep driven by her college mate during Onam celebrations, poses many questions about the unruly life of youngsters nowadays.

CET student’s death: First accused surrenders

Thiruvananthapuram: The first accused in the case related to the death of Thasni Basheer, the engineering student who succumbed to injuries after...

Not appropriate to talk to Hurriyat, India warns Pakistan

New Delhi: Taking a tough stance, India on Friday said it had advised Pakistan that it would "not be appropriate" for its NSA, Sartaj Aziz, to meet Hurriyat representatives here ahead of a meeting with his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval.

Bolt retains 100m title, Ennis-Hill regains heptathlon crown

Beijing: Jamaican Usain Bolt, whose appearance in Beijing was in doubt barely months before the World Athletics Championships, stormed to defend his...

Five key takeaways from collapsed India-Pak NSA talks

A meeting of the national security advisors of India and Pakistan collapsed amid a welter of acrimony, leaving several questions about the future of the bilateral peace process that has been dogged by problems since the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

France train attack: First picture emerges of Moroccan gunman Ayoub El-Khazzani - live

France train attack: First picture emerges of Moroccan gunman Ayoub El-Khazzani - live

Shoreham Airshow crash: Latest updates as police investigate cause of crash

Shoreham Airshow crash: Latest updates as police investigate cause of crash - Mirror Online

China: Second chemical plant blast kills one, injures nine

A warehouse in Chinese port city of Tianjin erupted in fire after inflammable material exploded on August 12, 2015. (File photo from Twitter).

Typhoon Goni lashes Philippines, claims ten lives

 Goni was tracking towards Taiwan after bringing heavy rains, causing landslides, to the northern Philippines.

NATO contractors killed by Kabul car bomb identified as U.S. citizens

KABUL Three U.S. civilian contractors were among those killed by a car bomb that targeted their NATO convoy, the U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan said, making the attack that killed 12 people one of the most lethal to target U.S.

French train attack: Police interrogate alleged gunman who opened fire on Paris-Amsterdam train - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

French investigators have interrogated a man who allegedly opened fire on passengers on a train between Amsterdam and Paris before being overpowered by three young Americans.tion)

Spring cleaning: AAP contemplates expelling three MLAs from party for wrong documents

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) may take “strong action”, possibly culminating with their expulsion from the party, against three of its MLAs for “showing wrong documents, indulging in forgery and anti-party activities”.

Udhampur terror attack: Truck driver remanded in custody

JAMMU: NIA today produced truck driver Khursheed Ahmed Bhat, who allegedly took LeT terrorist Mohammed Naved Yakub and his accomplice to Jammu before the Udhampur attack, in a court here which remanded him in 14-day custody.

Obama Hails Americans Who Took Down Gunman on Train in France

WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama called two U.S. servicemen and their civilian friend on Saturday to congratulate them for overpowering a gun-wielding suspected Islamic militant on a train in France.

It is official: Ahead of NSA meet, fresh photo and passport copy of Dawood Ibrahim confirm he's in Pakistan

Dawood Ibrahim, the prime accused in the 1993 bomb blasts and wanted in other crimes, has long been on top of the list of India's most wanted criminals.

J-K: 3 militants killed, encounter underway in Handwara

WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama called two U.S. servicemen and their civilian friend on Saturday to congratulate them for overpowering a gun-wielding suspected Islamic militant on a train in France.

India, Pakistan blame each other after NSA talks called off

Planned talks between the national security advisors (NSAs) of India and Pakistan collapsed under the weight of intense diplomatic acrimony, with New Delhi insisting the meeting must focus on terrorism and Islamabad saying parleys with conditions would ...

Europe migrant crisis: Macedonia allows all 1,500 migrants at border to enter from Greece; 2,200 rescued off Italy

 More than 1,500 mostly Syrian refugees, trapped in no-man's land for three days, enter Macedonia from Greece without any attempt by the police to stop them.

Seven killed in Shoreham Airshow crash after military jet crashes into road in England

Seven people are killed at an air show on the English seaside after a military jet failed to pull up out of a loop and crashed into a road.