Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said a partial agreement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia almost didn`t happen when the FARC rebel group`s leader balked at the last minute to a six-month deadline to end talks, according to the New York Times.
China could use the records of millions of merican federal workers and contractors that were stolen by a hacker to identify American intelligence officers posted in China, fear officials close to the corridors of power in Washington D.C.The New York Times has, in a report, quoted the officials, as saying that the potential exposure of intelligence officers could prevent a large cadre of American spies from ever being posted abroad again.
The New York Times has removed a picture of Congress leader Digvijay Singh with journalist Amrita Rai, which it mistakenly posted in a story on the #SelfieWithDaughter campaign launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi after his latest "Mann ki Baat".
Noting that "Pakistan, with the world`s fastest-growing nuclear arsenal, is unquestionably the biggest concern," in South Asia, a leading US daily wants major powers to turn their attention towards it after finalising the Iran deal.
NATO`s military commander and Obama administration officials appear to be moving toward supporting sending defensive weapons to Kiev`s forces fighting pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine, The New York Times reported Sunday.
As US officials downplayed US ambassador Nancy Powell`s meeting with Bharatiya Janata Party`s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi as part of a broader political outreach, an influential daily welcomed it as a "pragmatic step".
Recent drone attacks in Pakistan and Afghanistan have again complicated relations with the US, with the strikes by the CIA-operated spy planes highlighting political complications from America`s persistent reliance on the lethal remote-controlled weapons, a media report said.
Talks between the US and Afghanistan over the future of American military presence in the war-torn country are deadlocked with both sides refusing to budge on Washington`s insistence that its troops retain the right to enter Afghan homes, a media report said here on Monday.
A leading US daily is of the view that Bharatiya Janata Party`s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi cannot hope to lead India effectively if he "inspires fear and antipathy among" many, particularly Muslims.
Peeved at a recent newspaper article, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement party in Pakistan on Monday issued a USD 10 million defamation notice to The New York Times for allegedly causing "disrepute" to its London-based chief Altaf Hussain.
Pakistan intelligence agency and
army continue to consider India as "archenemy" and could be
planning to use the Afghan Taliban against Indian interests in
Afghanistan in the future, a leading newspaper said on Thursday.