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Two US TV journalists shot dead on air ( Video) Two US TV journalists shot dead on air ( Video)

Two journalists have been shot dead during a live TV report in the US state of Virginia, their employer…


Sachin Pilot backs Rahul Gandhi's elevation as Congress chief Sachin Pilot backs Rahul Gandhi's elevation as Congress chief

NEW DELHI: Rajasthan Congress Chief Sachin Pilot has said that Rahul Gandhi should take over as party…


Narendra Modi urges Gujarat calm after Patel caste protests Narendra Modi urges Gujarat calm after Patel caste protests

Indian PM Narendra Modi has urged the people of his home state, Gujarat, to maintain peace after caste-related…


Iran again calls on US to release 19 detained Iranians Iran again calls on US to release 19 detained Iranians

Iran's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman has again raised the issue of 19 Iranians held in the U.S.,…


Kuwait summons Iran envoy over disputed gas field Kuwait summons Iran envoy over disputed gas field

KUWAIT CITY: Kuwait has summoned an Iranian envoy to protest Tehran's apparent offer of investment…


Zimbabwe's Mugabe booed in parliament over economic crisis Zimbabwe's Mugabe booed in parliament over economic crisis

HARARE:  Zimbabwe's veteran President Robert Mugabe was booed and heckled by opposition lawmakers…


Palestinians, Vatican could raise UN flags before pope visit Palestinians, Vatican could raise UN flags before pope visit

UNITED NATIONS: In a move likely to upset Israel's government, the Palestinians and the Vatican…


Australia's coal city backs green future Australia's coal city backs green future

SYDNEY: Australia's city of Newcastle, which claims the world's biggest coal export port, said…


Iran enlists Afghan refugees as fighters to bolster Syria's Assad Iran enlists Afghan refugees as fighters to bolster Syria's Assad

KABUL: The fate of two brothers from Kabul, one grievously wounded, the other killed fighting in Syria,…


Boeing 777 makes emergency landing in Japan: ANA Boeing 777 makes emergency landing in Japan: ANA

TOKYO: A Boeing 777 operated by Japan's All Nippon Airways made an emergency landing in Osaka on…


Two NATO soldiers killed in Afghan 'insider attack': coalition Two NATO soldiers killed in Afghan 'insider attack': coalition

KABUL: Gunmen wearing Afghan military uniforms shot dead two NATO soldiers on a base in the country's…


Guatemala's ex-VP ordered to stand trial for corruption Guatemala's ex-VP ordered to stand trial for corruption

GUATEMALA CITY: Guatemala's former vice president Roxana Baldetti was ordered to stand trial Tuesday,…


Moroccan charged with terror attack on French train Moroccan charged with terror attack on French train

PARIS: Prosecutors have charged a Moroccan man over last week's attack on a high-speed French train,…


Jains take to streets in Kolkata against Santhara verdict Jains take to streets in Kolkata against Santhara verdict

KOLKATA: The ripples of the order delivered earlier this month were bound to be felt in Kolkata, which…


Pakistan militants strike checkpoints in tribal area, at least 11 dead Pakistan militants strike checkpoints in tribal area, at least 11 dead

DERA ISMAIL KHAN: At least five soldiers and six Taliban militants have been killed after raids on Pakistan…


Muslim growth rate falling faster than for Hindus Muslim growth rate falling faster than for Hindus

NEW DELHI: The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government on Tuesday released the religious census…


Shatrughan Sinha virtually dares BJP to take action against him Shatrughan Sinha virtually dares BJP to take action against him

NEW DELHI: Rebel Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Shatrughan Sinha, who has been at unease with the party…


Muslim man in Mangalore stripped and flogged Muslim man in Mangalore stripped and flogged

BENGALURU: A Muslim man was stripped, tied to a pole and flogged for more than an hour at a crowded…


Former Nobel committee head passes away Former Nobel committee head passes away

OSLO: The former head of the Norwegian Nobel Committee which awards the Peace Prize each year, historian…


Lion kills guide in Zimbabwe park where Cecil lived Lion kills guide in Zimbabwe park where Cecil lived

HARARE: A lion mauled to death a guide leading tourists on a walking safari in the Zimbabwean national…


France 'must prepare for other attacks': Hollande France 'must prepare for other attacks': Hollande

PARIS: President Francois Hollande warned Tuesday that France must brace for further attacks, just days…


Dementia cases to nearly triple by 2050: report Dementia cases to nearly triple by 2050: report

PARIS, Aug 25, 2015: The number of people with dementia worldwide will nearly triple from 47 million…


North, South Korea defuse crisis after marathon talks North, South Korea defuse crisis after marathon talks

SEOUL, Aug 25, 2015: North and South Korea stepped back from the brink Tuesday, with an agreement that…


Typhoon Goni slams into Japanese mainland Typhoon Goni slams into Japanese mainland

TOKYO, Aug 25, 2015: Typhoon Goni slammed into the Japanese mainland on Tuesday, leaving 13 people with…


8 killed in floods, landslide in northeast Turkey 8 killed in floods, landslide in northeast Turkey

Officials say at least eight people have been killed in northeast Turkey from heavy floods and a landslide…


Fire kills 8 at Venezuelan senior center Fire kills 8 at Venezuelan senior center

Authorities in Venezuela are trying to determine the cause of a fire that killed eight residents at…


Maldives ex-president Nasheed back in jail: party Maldives ex-president Nasheed back in jail: party

COLOMBO: The Maldives has put former president Mohamed Nasheed back in jail a month after his 13-year…


Delhi college girl shares image of abuser on Facebook Delhi college girl shares image of abuser on Facebook

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Police has detained the man who allegedly passed obscene comments at a third-year…


Russia launches military drills in Arctic Russia launches military drills in Arctic

MOSCOW: Russia launched military exercises in the Arctic on Monday as it seeks to bolster claims to…


White House and US Congress officials also used Ashley Madison White House and US Congress officials also used Ashley Madison

WASHINGTON: Hundreds of US government employees — including some with sensitive jobs in the White…


Japanese climber first to attempt Everest ascent since Nepal quake Japanese climber first to attempt Everest ascent since Nepal quake

KATHMANDU: A Japanese climber will be the first to attempt to scale Mount Everest from the Nepal side…


Karnataka MLA among 5 dead in Andhra Pradesh train accident Karnataka MLA among 5 dead in Andhra Pradesh train accident

HYDERABAD: Five people including a Karnataka legislator were killed early on Monday morning when a granite-laden…


8 cops among several dead in Nepal in protests over constitution 8 cops among several dead in Nepal in protests over constitution

KATHMANDU: Eight policemen are among several people feared killed and dozens injured in Nepal on Monday…


Suicide attacks against Iraqi security outpost kill 8 Suicide attacks against Iraqi security outpost kill 8

Police and military officials say a series of suicide car bombings by the Islamic State group targeting…


Dozens arrested in Nepal anti-charter protest Dozens arrested in Nepal anti-charter protest

KATHMANDU: Nepal police Monday arrested dozens of demonstrators against a proposed new constitution…


Kashmiris suffer as India, Pakistan trade fire Kashmiris suffer as India, Pakistan trade fire

On the face of it, these villages in the Jammu region of Indian Kashmir seem idyllic. Buffalo carts…


Islamic State’s Jihadi John reveals his face for the first time Islamic State’s Jihadi John reveals his face for the first time

Swaggering in the desert and glowering menacingly at the camera, Islamic State terrorist group’s…


10 dead as Typhoon hits Philippines 10 dead as Typhoon hits Philippines

Ten people have been killed as Typhoon Goni dumped torrential rain in the northern Philippines, triggering…


South Korea's Park Geun-hye asks North for apology amid tensions South Korea's Park Geun-hye asks North for apology amid tensions

South Korean President Park Geun-hye has said cross-border propaganda broadcasts will continue until…

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