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Michelle brings Democrats to tears in moving convention speech

Michelle Obama on Tuesday stole the show on the first day of the ongoing Democratic national convention, moving delegates to tears with her passionate speech.

DNA: Today in History, 26th June 2016

Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam took oath as 11th President of India today in 2002. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

Sri Lankan navy personnel chases TN fishermen off Katchatheevu islet, cut fishing nets

Fishing nets of six boats of Tamil Nadu fishermen were allegedly cut by Sri Lankan naval personnel, who also chased away more than 400 fishermen off Katchatheevu islet.

Nomination battle over, Trump seeks to close ranks

Having prevailed in his remarkable run to the Republican presidential nomination, Donald Trump turns to his next task of healing crippling party divisions and solidifying support for his White House campaign.

Congress stages protests in Delhi against price hike

Hundreds of Congress supporters and leaders on Wednesday protested here against the hike in the rates of essential commodities and slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not fulfilling the promises he had made to the people before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

Philippines President Duterte says not 'afraid of human rights'

Philippines President Duterte says not 'afraid of human rights'

 Human rights are not a concern in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte`s war on drugs.

Iran halts holidays to Turkey after military coup bid

Iran halted package tours to neighbouring Turkey, in the face of persistent uncertainty after an abortive coup attempt.

Situation completely under control after coup attempt, says Turkey PM

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Army General arrested following failed attempted coup in Turkey

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'I don't want any more bloodshed in South Sudan': president

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir called on arch-rival Riek Machar on Thursday to meet for talks to salvage peace after days of intense gun battles in the capital Juba.

Hollande, Merkel, Renzi to hold August Brexit summit: Paris

French President Francois Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italy`s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi will meet in August for a summit on the Brexit vote, the French presidency said Wednesday.

Prez on three-day visit to Darjeeling beginning tomorrow

Prez on three-day visit to Darjeeling beginning tomorrow

President Pranab Mukherjee will be on three-day visit to Darjeeling beginning tomorrow where he will attend various functions.

Troop cut won't impact mission in Afghanistan: US General

President Barack Obama`s decision to withdraw roughly 1,400 U.S. troops from Afghanistan won`t adversely impact America`s mission there, a top general said before arriving in Kabul on Friday, adding that some jobs could be done from abroad.

White House says Obama briefed on Dallas shooting

US President Barack Obama, who is attending a NATO summit in Warsaw, has been briefed on the killing of police officers in Dallas during a protest against police shootings of black men.

Kerry in Ukraine to reaffirm support in face of Russia threat

US Secretary of State John Kerry meets Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Thursday to reaffirm support for Kiev's fight against pro-Russian insurgents and its bid to anchor its ties to the West.

Trump defends his statement on Saddam Hussein

Trump defends his statement on Saddam Hussein

Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential candidate, has defended his remarks on Saddam Hussein saying that he hated him but the Iraqi dictator was "good at killing terrorists."

U.N. urges Sri Lanka to rein in military, prosecute war crimes

Sri Lanka must prosecute war crimes committed during the long civil war with Tamil rebels to win the confidence of the Tamil minority.