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Alleged traffickers extradited to US on suspicion arming Colombia rebels

Three alleged arms traffickers accused of conspiring to provide weapons to Colombian leftist rebels for the purpose of killing Americans have been extradited to the United States, the Justice Department said Thursday.

Six Indians among Forbes' 50 'Power Businesswomen'
Six Indians among Forbes' 50 'Power Businesswomen'

Six Indian women CEOs and Managing Directors, including State Bank of India head Arundhati Bhattacharya and ICICI CEO Chanda Kochchar, have been named by Forbes magazine in its 50 'Power Businesswomen' from Asia who are "knocking down" walls in the traditional male bastions.

Documents from Osama bin Laden raid read at US terror trial

Declassified al Qaeda documents obtained after the 2011 raid of Osama bin Laden's Pakistan compound have been presented at the US trial of a suspect charged in a British terrorism plot.

New York residents arrested over IS extremist plot

Three New York residents have been arrested for plotting to join extremists fighting in Syria and two threatened to carry out attacks within the United States, officials said on Wednesday.

British spies in disguise testify at US terror trial

Spies working for Britain's MI5 intelligence agency donned wigs and makeup on Tuesday to testify against a Pakistani Al Qaeda suspect on trial in New York for allegedly plotting to blow up a British shopping center.

Israel PM hails US verdict over Palestinian attacks

 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday hailed the verdict of a New York court which found the Palestinian leadership responsible for six deadly attacks in Jerusalem that killed Americans.

US jury orders Palestinians to pay over Jerusalem attacks

A US jury on Monday found Palestinian authorities liable for six attacks in Jerusalem that killed and injured Americans, awarding victims and their families more than $218 million in damages.

Rock band `Pixies` plan new material on upcoming tour

The Pixies, the influential alternative rock band that last year released its first album in more than 20 years, is planning more fresh material on an upcoming tour.

Rock band `Pixies` plan new material on upcoming tour

The Pixies, the influential alternative rock band that last year released its first album in more than 20 years, is planning more fresh material on an upcoming tour.

Clark Terry, trumpeter who spanned jazz era, dies at 94

Jazz trumpeter Clark Terry, the playful soloist and teacher whose seven-decade career spanned a golden era of jazz, has died at 94, his wife announced on Sunday.

Kylie Jenner, Tyga are in love: Kanye West

Rapper Kanye West has confirmed that Kylie Jenner and Tyga are "in love," but hinted he doesn`t approve of their relationship.

US court backs family over Bob Marley shirts

A US court has sided with Bob Marley`s family which sued a company that sold shirts depicting the reggae legend, in a case with potential ramifications for merchandise of other deceased stars.

US Prez Obama welcomes PM Modi's assurance of equal respect to all faiths
US Prez Obama welcomes PM Modi's assurance of equal respect to all faiths

US President Barack Obama has welcomed the recent remarks of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in which he condemned religious based violence and gave an assurance that his government will give equal respect to all religions.

More cold, snow on the way in merciless US winter

The eastern United States braced for an arctic onslaught Monday, as forecasters predicted another blast of snow and cold in what already has been a merciless winter. 

Reputed al Qaeda operative to represent himself at US trial

A reputed al Qaeda operative has decided to act as his own attorney at a US terrorism trial.

US Northeast battered by blizzards after record snow

Biting cold and driving snow kept the US Northeast in the grip of another major winter storm on Sunday that made February the snowiest month in Boston`s history.

US Northeast battered by relentless winds after record snow

The US Northeast struggled to dig out on Sunday from another major winter storm that made February the snowiest month in Boston`s history, but bitter sub zero cold and huge drifts hampered the effort.

US bus driver suspended for clicking selfie ''drinking'' beer

 A school bus driver was removed from her route after she took a selfie showing her taking a swig from a bottle of beer behind the wheel.

Boxing: Super lightweight champs Danny Garcia, Lamont Peterson to meet

Rival world super lightweight champions Danny Garcia and Lamont Peterson will fight each other in New York in April, but neither American will be risking his crown in the showdown.

US at crossroads on race relations, policing: FBI director

The United States is at a crossroads on matters of race relations and law enforcement, presenting "hard truths" that its citizens and police must confront, FBI Director James Comey said.