16 HIV-diagnosed IS fighters to become suicide bombers

BEIRUT/KABUL - The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group has ordered sixteen of it's fighters to become suicide bombers after contracting HIV from two Moroccan sex slaves, it has been reported.

Russia, China start joint air and navy drills - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

MOSCOW: Russia and China on Friday started joint military drills in the waters and airspace of the Sea of Japan, Russia's military said.

Pakistan weighing strategic options amid rising tension with US: WSJ

NEW YORK: Islamabad is weighing its strategic options amid rising tension with Washington, which views Pakistan as an unreliable ally in combating militants in the region, including neighbouring Afghanistan American newspaper The Wall Street Journal ...

Macedonia migrants: Border security measures defended

Macedonia has defended its handling of security at the country's border with Greece, where migrants were beaten back with truncheons and riot shields

Stakes sky-high for Greece in Tsipras's latest roll of the dice

Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister until this week, has not been one to shirk a gamble. But will his decision to call snap elections pay off?

IS destroys ancient monastery in Syria

: Islamic State militants have destroyed an ancient monastery in the central Syrian province of Homs, according to a monitor and pictures published by the Jihadist group.

Terror police turn focus on seedy Bangkok hotel | The Times

It looks like one of countless seedy Thai hotels, with its dim brown decor, its 450 baht (£8) a night rooms, and its budget travellers, as well as couples who stay for only an hour or two.

Americans Foil Gunman on Train, French Officials Say

PARIS - A heavily armed gunman opened fire aboard a packed high-speed train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris late Friday afternoon, wounding several passengers before he was tackled and subdued by two Americans, according to French officials, who ...

IS second-in-command killed in US air strike, claims White House

The second-in-command of the dreaded Islamic State militant group has been killed in a US air strike in northern Iraq, the White House has said.

North Korea prepared to risk 'all-out war' as Kim Jong-un puts troops on alert

North Korea prepared to risk 'all-out war' as Kim Jong-un puts troops on alert

Dark clouds over NSA talks: India, Pak lock horns over Aziz's meet with Hurriyat leaders

A hyper active Indian electronic media created confusion on Friday evening by saying that India had just cancelled the proposed 23-24 August national security advisor-level talks.

Dawood Ibrahim's Recent Picture Part of Fresh Evidence of Presence in Pakistan: Report

New Delhi: India has proof that Dawood Ibrahim, the man wanted for the 1993 blasts in Mumbai, is in Pakistan, a report in The Hindustan Times said on Saturday.

Macedonian police fire tear gas, stun grenades after migrants rush southern border

Macedonian police fire tear gas and stun grenades to drive migrants and refugees back from the country's southern border with Greece.

Amsterdam-Paris train shooting: Three injured before suspected terrorist overpowered by American passengers

 A heavily armed man opens fire on a high-speed train travelling from Amsterdam to Paris, injuring three people before being overpowered by two American passengers.

US stocks plunge 3 per cent to end day of carnage across global markets

US stocks plunge 3 per cent to end day of carnage across global markets

Islamic State second-in-command, Hajji Mutazz, killed in air strike, White House confirms

The White House confirms Islamic State second-in-command known as Hajji Mutazz is killed in a US military air strike.

Donald Trump widens lead over US Republican presidential field, leading an online survey of potential candidates

Donald Trump widens lead over US Republican presidential field, leading an online survey of potential candidates

Transfer news LIVE: Man United and Chelsea target John Stones to push for move? Plus gossip, rumours and done deals

Transfer news LIVE: Man United and Chelsea target John Stones to push for move? Plus gossip, rumours and done deals

Japan Inc wants Abe to focus on economy, not military bills - Reuters poll | Reuters - Firstpost

TOKYO Most Japanese firms oppose Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's efforts to push through legislation next month that will expand the country's military reach, saying the campaign does not have the support of the people and the economy should take priority, ...

Egyptians Adapt as Cairo Is Redefined by a String of Bomb Attacks

CAIRO - Neighbors are growing more suspicious of strangers asking questions or taking pictures. Blast walls and other barriers are crowding the streets

North Korea's Kim Jong-Un puts frontline troops on war footing - The Times of India

SEOUL: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un ordered his frontline troops onto a war footing from Friday, as military tensions with South Korea soared following a rare exchange of artillery shells across their heavily fortified border

THAILAND PRESS-Thai Foods Group delays IPO after bomb blast

Thai Foods Group Pcl, an integrated livestock and animal feed maker, has become the first company to delay plans to go public due to unfavourable market sentiment after the recent selloff in Thai shares triggered by Monday's bomb blast in the capital

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras resigns, calls for snap elections in September

"I want to submit to the Greek people everything I have done (since taking office in January) so that they can decide once more," Tsipras said.

IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt sacked: Shame-then-frame trend part of vendetta politics of Gujarat? - Firstpost

Sanjay Bhai Joshi, Bharat Sinh Solanki and Sanjiv Bhatt should exchange notes on the art of giving a dog a bad name and hanging him.

North Korea seeks UN meeting on US-S Korea military exercises

UNITED NATIONS: Pyongyang has asked the UN Security Council to hold an urgent meeting to discuss joint US-South Korean military exercises, the North Korean mission to the United Nations said.

Property prices must fall: Rajan reads out the riot act to real estate wallahs

Raghuram Rajan, the governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), merely stated the obvious when he said today (20 August 2015): "It would be a "great help" if realty developers sitting on unsold stock bring down prices…Once the prices stabilise, more ...

Refugees guarded in reaction to Sri Lankan poll results

The Sri Lankan Tamils at the Mandapam camp reacted to the election of United National Party (UNP) leader Ranil Wickremesinghe as Prime Minister with cautious optimism.

Gas Explosion at New York City High School Injures 3 People

A gas line has exploded during construction at a New York City high school, injuring three people. Fire officials say it happened Thursday night at the John F. Kennedy High School in the Marble Hill section of the Bronx.

Amid high drama, Jammu and Kashmir government releases separatists 2 hours after detention

A posse of J&K police on Thursday morning barricaded the gates of the residence of moderate Hurriyat Conference chief Mirwaiz Umar Farooq at Nigeen and informed him that he was being placed under house arrest            

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras resigns, calls for early elections

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras submits his resignation and calls an early election, saying it is up to the Greek people to deliver their verdict on his left-wing Syriza party's performance.

Bangkok bombing: Two suspects cleared by police; authorities downplay global terror link

Two men seen in security camera footage at the scene of a bomb attack in Bangkok this week have been cleared of involvement in the blast, Thai police say.

South and North Korea reach dangerous levels of tension trading artillery fire across militarised border

South and North Korea trade artillery fire across their heavily militarised border, in a rare exchange that leaves no casualties but pushes already elevated cross-border tensions to dangerously high levels.

Ashley Madison: Hackers release more details from affair website in second data dump, reports say

Emails sent by the founder of infidelity website AshleyMadison.com appear to have been exposed in a second, larger release of data stolen from its parent company, reports say.

Banksy's Dismaland: Dead princess stars at opening of UK artist's 'bemusement park'

Pumpkin coach carnage, a pool of refugees and a burned-out Disneyland castle are just some of the disturbing art installations visitors can find at new UK theme-park Dismaland.

What will become of Palmyra ruins after Islamic State killing of Syrian archaeologist?

What will become of Palmyra ruins after Islamic State killing of Syrian archaeologist?

UPDATE 1-Brazil Senate passes austerity bill in win for Rousseff

(Add revenue estimates from bill). BRASILIA Aug 19 (Reuters) - Brazil's Senate approved a bill to roll back payroll tax breaks on Wednesday that is a key measure in President Dilma Rousseff's efforts to reduce a gaping fiscal deficit and restore ...

Shielding Syrian Antiquities, to a Grisly Death at ISIS’ Hands

BEIRUT, Lebanon - For decades, he was the bespectacled caretaker of some of Syria's greatest archaeological treasures. He explored the sprawling ruins in his hometown, named a daughter Zenobia after its ancient queen, and became so intertwined with ...

European Union's ban on GVK-tested drugs a 'great concern', says Nirmala Sitharaman

The largest EU-wide suspension of sales and distribution of generic drugs ordered by the European Commission will come into effect on August 21 and will be applicable to all 28 member nations, according to Germany's drug regulator, the Federal ... 

Netflix Recreates the Life of Queen Elizabeth II in 'The Crown'

Claire Foy, known for playing Anne Boleyn in Wolf Hall, will play Queen Elizabeth in the first two seasons. At that point, producers will have to decide whether or not to replace her as her character ages.

How Russia Hides Its Dead Soldiers Killed in Ukraine

“If Ukraine begins to fight, this time Russia will not be able to stop the armies of DPR and LPR [the two breakaway republics of Donbas].

HONY Raises 2 Million Dollars Pakistan Activism

The social media power photographer Brandon Stanton and his wildly popular blog, Humans of New York (HONY), have continued to go global.

Seasonal influenza vaccination mandatory for Haj pilgrims

From this year, Indian pilgrims going on Haj to Saudi Arabia will have to mandatorily get vaccinated for seasonal influenza. So far, only vaccination for meningococcal meningitis was compulsory.

U.S., allies target Islamic State with 26 air strikes in Syria, Iraq

WASHINGTON The United States and its allies launched 26 air strikes on Tuesday against Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq, according to the Combined Joint Task Force leading the air operations.

Early Prison Release Delayed for Oscar Pistorius

South Africa's justice minister on Wednesday intervened to delay the early release of Oscar Pistorius, the imprisoned Olympic athlete convicted of killing his girlfriend - 48 hours before he was scheduled to begin serving the rest of his five-year ...

Cancer hospital in memory of MVR

Calicut City Service Cooperative Bank Ltd. will set up a Rs.400-crore cancer hospital and research centre at Chooloor, near Vellilasseri, under the Chathamangalam grama panchayat on the outskirts of the city.

Steps to publish master plan before local poll notification

The final draft of the master plan for the Kozhikode urban area will be sent for approval to the Chief Town Planner (CTP) on Friday.

Orphanage founder held on charge of sexually abusing minor girl - The Hindu

A chance meeting with a 12-year-old inmate of an orphanage near Peenya on Tuesday night led to an acquaintance exposing the orphanage founder's alleged sexual exploits.

Suspended Gujarat IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt sacked - The Times of India

AHMEDABAD: Suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, who had taken on the Gujarat government headed by Narendra Modi over the 2002 post-Godhra riots, was on Wednesday sacked on the ground of "unauthorized absence" from service, an action which he ...

Nazi 'treasure train' lost at end of WWII found in Poland, lawyers claim

A Nazi train rumoured to have gone missing near the end of World War II while carrying away gems and guns ahead of advancing Soviet forces has reportedly been found.

Two detained after shooting outside Istanbul's Dolmabahce Palace, authorities say

Turkish police detain two suspects with automatic weapons after a shooting near the entrance to Istanbul's Dolmabahce Palace, a site popular with tourists and home to the prime minister's offices.

Jared Fogle, 'The Subway Guy', to plead guilty to child sex charges, court documents show - ABC News

Jared Fogle, who starred in a series of advertisements for the Subway fast food chain, agrees to plead guilty to engaging in sex acts with minors and receiving child pornography.

Tianjin explosions: Pressure mounts on Chinese authorities to move thousands affected by chemical blasts

Pressure mounts on Chinese authorities to move thousands of people whose homes were destroyed in last week's massive chemical blast in Tianjin.

UNESCO condemns Islamic State militant's killing of Palmyra's antiquities chief Khaled Asaad

UNESCO condemns Islamic State militant's killing of Palmyra's antiquities chief Khaled Asaad

Thai court issues arrest warrant for unnamed foreign man over bombing in Bangkok

Thai court issues arrest warrant for unnamed foreign man over bombing in Bangkok

Suicide bomber hits Kurdish security agency in Syria- monitor

Suicide bomber hits Kurdish security agency in Syria

ICC judges ordered to reconsider how Kenya cooperated in Kenyatta case

ICC judges ordered to reconsider how Kenya cooperated in Kenyatta case

Pakistan Army violates LoC ceasefire again

Pakistan Army violates LoC ceasefire again

A record number of desperate migrants entered EU in July

The number of migrants entering the EU hit another record in July, with mostly Syrians and Afghans entering Greece from Turkey, according to the European Union's border agency Frontex.

No Indonesia plane crash survivors | Irish Examiner

All 54 people on board a Trigana Air aircraft were killed in a crash two days ago, in Indonesia's Papua province, officials said.

Fear of Toxic Air and Distrust of Government Follow Tianjin Blasts

Fear of Toxic Air and Distrust of Government Follow Tianjin Blasts - The New York Times

Standard Digital News - Kenya : South Sudan: Kiir's actions could slow down push for peace

NAIROBI: The much anticipated peace deal between the warring factions in South Sudan's 20-month civil war failed to materialise on the last day of the deadline given by the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (Igad).

Zimbabwe charges man over Cecil the lion hunt | Irish Examiner

Zimbabwe charges man over Cecil the lion hunt | Irish Examiner

Former Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa concedes defeat, Ranil Wickremesinghe to return as PM

Former Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa concedes defeat, Ranil Wickremesinghe to return as PM

Bangkok bombing suspect filmed on CCTV, Thailand junta chief says, as second bomb explodes

Bangkok bombing suspect filmed on CCTV, Thailand junta chief says, as second bomb explodes

'Female Viagra' pill approved by US authorities

'Female Viagra' pill approved by US authorities

Russian president Vladimir Putin dives in mini-sub to shipwreck off Crimea - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Russian president Vladimir Putin dives in mini-sub to shipwreck off Crimea

Myanmar's oppositional Nobel laureate Suu Kyi says ousted ruling party leader Shwe Mann is 'the ally'

Myanmar's oppositional Nobel laureate Suu Kyi says ousted ruling party leader Shwe Mann is 'the ally'

Europe migrant crisis: Number of migrants at EU borders in July triple last year's figure, Frontex says

Europe migrant crisis: Number of migrants at EU borders in July triple last year's figure, Frontex says

Boko Haram: Up to 150 drown, shot fleeing militant ambush in north-east Nigeria, villagers say

Boko Haram: Up to 150 drown, shot fleeing militant ambush in north-east Nigeria, villagers say

Three suspected Islamist militants, including British national, arrested over Bangladesh blogger murders

Three suspected Islamist militants, including British national, arrested over Bangladesh blogger murders

Thai PM says looking for "suspect" seen in CCTV footage at blast site

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Tuesday that authorities were looking for a "suspect" seen on closed-circuit television (CCTV) foot…

Bangkok bomb: Thailand says identity of shrine attackers 'much clearer'

More than 6,500 people have been killed in the long-running insurgency in the south of the country since 2004, but militants have not launched an attack of this scale on the capital.

Admirer? Bin Laden invoked Mahatama Gandhi in fight against US

Long before al Qaeda declared India an enemy country, its founder Osama bin Laden spoke glowingly of the man Indians call Father of the Nation and his fight against Britain.

Rights activists denounce Egypt’s new anti-terrorism law as draconian

In a significant leap toward harsher authoritarian rule, Egypt has enacted a draconian new anti-terrorism law that sets a sweeping definition for who and what could face a harsh set of punishments, including journalists who don't toe the government line.

Indonesian plane: Rescue team reaches Papua crash site

An advance party of an Indonesian rescue team has reached the site where a Trigana Air plane crashed in the western Papua region on Sunday.

The Latest: Thai Prime Minister Promises to Find Bombers - The New York Times

BANGKOK - The latest on Monday night's bombing at a shrine next to a busy central Bangkok intersection: _. 9:45 a.m.. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha promised to "hurry and find the bombers.

Raveena Tandon was harassed at an Independence Day event in US

What started off as a glorious celebration on the occasion of Independence Day didn't end on a similar note for Bollywood actor Raveena Tandon.

Xiaomi sells 800,000 Redmi Note 2 units in mere 12 hours - Moneycontrol.com

The announcement wad made on Weibo and also stated that the device will go on sale once again on 24 August. Google +. Like this story, share it with millions of investors on M3.

Delhi government plans taxi service

The Delhi government, on Monday, announced the City Taxi scheme that looks to provide improved last-mile connectivity and offer the comfort of a four-wheeler to commuters at a slightly higher, though seemingly negligible, cost.

Sikh activist Khalsa’s son-in-law murdered in Chicago

Sikh activist Khalsa’s son-in-law murdered in Chicago

Sri Lanka: Ex-prez Mahinda Rajapaksa concedes election defeat

Sri Lanka: Ex-prez Mahinda Rajapaksa concedes election defeat

Indian PM Modi returns home after successful visit to UAE

Indian PM Modi returns home after successful visit to UAE

Bangkok explosion: At least 21 dead after bomb explodes outside Hindu shrine

Bangkok explosion: At least 21 dead after bomb explodes outside Hindu shrine

Donald Trump: US presidential candidate dismissed after reporting for New York jury duty

Donald Trump: US presidential candidate dismissed after reporting for New York jury duty

Oscar Pistorius: Prosecutors file appeal for murder verdict days before athlete due for prison release

Oscar Pistorius: Prosecutors file appeal for murder verdict days before athlete due for prison release

Egypt's president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi imposes tough anti-terrorism law, including hefty fines for journalists

Egypt's president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi imposes tough anti-terrorism law, including hefty fines for journalists

Syria crisis: UN express 'horror' after government air strikes kill nearly 100

Syria crisis: UN express 'horror' after government air strikes kill nearly 100

Ukraine crisis: Civilians among 10 killed in fierce clashes near Mariupol as fears grow of broader fighting

Ukraine crisis: Civilians among 10 killed in fierce clashes near Mariupol as fears grow of broader fighting

Analysis: Who are the possible culprits behind the deadly Bangkok bomb attack?

Analysis: Who are the possible culprits behind the deadly Bangkok bomb attack?

UAE Govt. allots land to build Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi

UAE Govt. allots land to build Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi

Has Kate Hudson found a new love?

Has Kate Hudson found a new love?

Preparations underway for PM Modi's address to Indian diaspora

Preparations underway for PM Modi's address to Indian diaspora

Fukushima operator's mounting legal woes to fuel nuclear opposition

Fukushima operator's mounting legal woes to fuel nuclear opposition

Oceania to hear NZ Olympics disqualification appeal next week

Oceania to hear NZ Olympics disqualification appeal next week

Japan economy shrinks in Q2 in setback for "Abenomics"

Japan economy shrinks in Q2 in setback for "Abenomics"

Syrians begin boarding refugee ship on Greek island

Syrians begin boarding refugee ship on Greek island

Pak violates ceasefire in Saujiyan sector

Pak violates ceasefire in Saujiyan sector

First Haj flight leaves for Madina

First Haj flight leaves for Madina

Chinese media lambast Tianjin officials over blast response

Chinese media lambast Tianjin officials over blast response

South Sudan leader arrives for peace talks as deadline looms | Zee News

South Sudan leader arrives for peace talks as deadline looms | Zee News

Iraqi panel finds Maliki, others responsible for fall of Mosul

Iraqi panel finds Maliki, others responsible for fall of Mosul

Pakistan's Punjab province home minister Shuja Khanzada assassinated by suicide bomber

Pakistan's Punjab province home minister Shuja Khanzada assassinated by suicide bomber

Voting begins in Sri Lanka for the next Prime Minister

Voting begins in Sri Lanka for the next Prime Minister

Wreckage of missing Indonesian plane found, no word on survivors

Wreckage of missing Indonesian plane found, no word on survivors

Plane with 54 on board crashes in Indonesia

Plane with 54 on board crashes in Indonesia

Singamas Container says depots damaged, worker missing after Tianjin blast | Reuters

Singamas Container says depots damaged, worker missing after Tianjin blast

AIPMT: CBSE likely to announce re-test results today

AIPMT: CBSE likely to announce re-test results today

Canada's PM Stephen Harper a No-Show at Montreal's Gay Pride Parade

Canada's PM Stephen Harper a No-Show at Montreal's Gay Pride Parade

Egypt Adopts Anti-Terror Law Critics Say May Muzzle Media: Official

Egypt Adopts Anti-Terror Law Critics Say May Muzzle Media: Official

4 Killed as Small Planes Collide in California

4 Killed as Small Planes Collide in California

Ecuador Volcano Quiet After Prompting State of Emergency

Ecuador Volcano Quiet After Prompting State of Emergency

Donald Trump Says Illegal Immigrants 'Have to Go'

Donald Trump Says Illegal Immigrants 'Have to Go'

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa Plans Comeback as Sri Lanka Votes

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa Plans Comeback as Sri Lanka Votes

Rescuers Head to Crashed Indonesian Plane: Official

Rescuers Head to Crashed Indonesian Plane: Official

1 Soldier, 3 Kurdish Rebels Killed in Turkey Unrest: Army

1 Soldier, 3 Kurdish Rebels Killed in Turkey Unrest: Army

Iraq PM Haider al-Abadi Scraps 11 Cabinet Posts in Reforms Drive

Iraq PM Haider al-Abadi Scraps 11 Cabinet Posts in Reforms Drive

Indian-Americans Celebrate Independence Day With Fervour In New York

Indian-Americans Celebrate Independence Day With Fervour In New York

Boko Haram Leader Abubakar Shekau Says He is 'Still in Charge'

Boko Haram Leader Abubakar Shekau Says He is 'Still in Charge'

Air Strikes Kill 40 Militants in Northwest Pakistan: Military

Air Strikes Kill 40 Militants in Northwest Pakistan: Military

UK's Air Force Bases on Islamic State Hit List for Lone-Wolf Attacks: Report

UK's Air Force Bases on Islamic State Hit List for Lone-Wolf Attacks: Report

Angela Merkel Says Migrants Bigger Challenge for European Union Than Greek Debt Crisis

Angela Merkel Says Migrants Bigger Challenge for European Union Than Greek Debt Crisis

In Departure from Republicans, Donald Trump Wouldn't 'Rip up' Iran Deal

In Departure from Republicans, Donald Trump Wouldn't 'Rip up' Iran Deal

On Day 2, Indian PM Modi to Hold Business Talks in Abu Dhabi, Address NRIs in Dubai

On Day 2, Indian PM Modi to Hold Business Talks in Abu Dhabi, Address NRIs in Dubai

Indonesian plane carrying 54 people crashes into mountain in Papua, found by villagers, transport official says

Indonesian plane carrying 54 people crashes into mountain in Papua, found by villagers, transport official says

Syrian government warplanes attack rebel-held market, killing 80, injuring hundreds: activists

Syrian government warplanes attack rebel-held market, killing 80, injuring hundreds: activists

Tianjin: Chemical warfare teams race to clear deadly sodium cyanide amid fears rain could generate new toxic gas cloud

Tianjin: Chemical warfare teams race to clear deadly sodium cyanide amid fears rain could generate new toxic gas cloud

Former prime minister, dozens of others responsible for Islamic State's capture of Mosul, Iraqi panel finds

Former prime minister, dozens of others responsible for Islamic State's capture of Mosul, Iraqi panel finds

Hundreds of thousands protest in Brazil to oust embattled president Dilma Rousseff over corruption allegations

Hundreds of thousands protest in Brazil to oust embattled president Dilma Rousseff over corruption allegations

US military cancels hearing for September 11 suspects

US military cancels hearing for September 11 suspects

Palestinian hunger striker Mohammed Allan tests Israel's new force-feeding law

Palestinian hunger striker Mohammed Allan tests Israel's new force-feeding law

Hundreds of Syrian refugees begin boarding passenger ship on Greek island of Kos

Hundreds of Syrian refugees begin boarding passenger ship on Greek island of Kos

Delhi CM Kejriwal trolled for making it ‘I’ Day

Delhi CM Kejriwal trolled for making it ‘I’ Day

Thousands evacuated from Tianjin after sodium cyanide found

Thousands evacuated from Tianjin after sodium cyanide found

NSA visits troops fighting Boko Haram in Yobe

NSA visits troops fighting Boko Haram in Yobe

São Paulo shootings: 18 killed in city's deadliest massacre this year

São Paulo shootings: 18 killed in city's deadliest massacre this year

Kurdish women pray for peace as fears of civil war in Turkey mount

Kurdish women pray for peace as fears of civil war in Turkey mount

Anti-war campaigners and ultra-nationalists hear of Japan's Emperor's remorse

Anti-war campaigners and ultra-nationalists hear of Japan's Emperor's remorse

Sri Lanka votes tomorrow, Rajapaksa in comeback bid

Lanka votes tomorrow, Rajapaksa in comeback bid

Ex-ISI chief Hamid Gul dies of brain haemorrhage

Ex-ISI chief Hamid Gul dies of brain haemorrhage

For second year in row, Modi mum on foreign policy

For second year in row, Modi mum on foreign policy

68 Indians Detained in Washington for Crossing into US Illegally

68 Indians Detained in Washington for Crossing into US Illegally

Syrian Refugees Register on Greek Ship Docked at Kos

Syrian Refugees Register on Greek Ship Docked at Kos

Leaked NSA Documents Show AT&T Helped Spy Agency: Report

Leaked NSA Documents Show AT&T Helped Spy Agency: Report

40 Migrants Die off Italy as Europe Faces 'Worst Crisis Since World War II'

40 Migrants Die off Italy as Europe Faces 'Worst Crisis Since World War II'

5 Killed, 9 Injured in Pakistani Firing on Independence Day in Poonch

5 Killed, 9 Injured in Pakistani Firing on Independence Day in Poonch

In 30 Years, Narendra Modi First Indian Prime Minister To Visit UAE

In 30 Years, Narendra Modi First Indian Prime Minister To Visit UAE

At least 40 migrants suffocate in water-logged boat hold in Mediterranean Sea

At least 40 migrants suffocate in water-logged boat hold in Mediterranean Sea

Iraq bombings: Spate of attacks across Baghdad kill at least 24

Iraq bombings: Spate of attacks across Baghdad kill at least 24

Nepal earthquake: Thousands still struggling to return to normal lives, three months after disaster

Nepal earthquake: Thousands still struggling to return to normal lives, three months after disaster

Cotopaxi: Ecuador villages evacuated as volcano rumbles to life; state of emergency declared

Cotopaxi: Ecuador villages evacuated as volcano rumbles to life; state of emergency declared

Kimberley crocodile numbers triple in biggest survey in three decades

Kimberley crocodile numbers triple in biggest survey in three decades