Bombings, war, disease as Yemen marks start of Ramadan

War-torn Yemen began marking the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan Thursday after a wave of Islamic State group bombings, with little hope of a ceasefire and a worsening humanitarian situation.

Rebel fire kills 8 in Syria's Aleppo: Monitor

Rebel fire killed eight people in Syria`s second city Aleppo Thursday, the latest in a spate of civilian deaths in government-held districts this week, a monitoring group said.

British government under fire over European vote

British Prime Minister David Cameron`s government came under fire in parliament on Monday for apparently backing out of a vote on joining an EU-wide arrest warrant system under a threat of rebellion by eurosceptic lawmakers.

Peacekeeper dies as UN camp in Mali comes under rocket fire: UN

 A peacekeeper was killed Tuesday as a UN camp in northern Mali came under rocket fire in an attack said to have been carried out by a jihadist leader driven from the country by French troops.

74 killed in Ukraine`s Donetsk in three days

At least 74 civilians were killed in clashes between government forces and independence-seeking insurgents in Ukraine`s Donetsk region over the past three days, authorities said Thursday.

Emma Watson joins Turkish women`s rebellion

`Harry Potter` star Emma Watson has joined a campaign set up by Turkish women to rebel against a politician who branded females "indecent" for laughing in public.

Lily Allen praises Miley Cyrus for being rebellious

Singer Lily Allen has expressed admiration for singer Miley Cyrus` rebellious attitude, saying it`s "fine" on Cyrus` part to flaunt her body as long as she wants to do it and isn`t being instructed to.

South Sudan court frees four top leaders accused of `rebellion`

South Sudan has released four top leaders accused of rebellion and treason, dropping charges of attempting to overthrow the government in a move aimed at ending a four-month-old civil war.

No issues racing with Narain for Race of Champions: Chandhok

Karun Chandhok today said there were no issues between him and Narain Karthikeyan and he was not averse to the idea of pairing up with him for the Race of Champions in Bangkok later this year.

Six Hours of Fuji: Karun, team qualify sixth

India`s Karun Chandhok, along with his JRM Racing team-mates David Brabham and Peter Dumbreck will start the Six Hours of Fuji, the seventh round of the FIA World Endurance Championship, from sixth on the grid.

Chandhok qualifies seventh for Six Hours of Silverstone

Indian driver Karun Chandhok and his JRM Racing enjoyed a solid qualifying session in preparation for the Six Hours of Silverstone in the World Endurance Championship here.

Outfits grappling with rebellion in Punjab

With the upcoming Assembly polls
in Punjab, most political parties are grappling with rebellion by leaders.

Rebellion against Andhra CM?

Ministers, MLAs and MLCs are
understood to have raised a virtual rebellion against Andhra
Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy, protesting his
unilateral style of functioning.

Gaddafi vows to crush rebellion as UK, France press for no-fly zone

Libyan leader Gaddafi has said that he is determined to crush the month-old rebellion against him.

Bangladesh mulls stringent law to tackle rebellion

The troopers rebelled across the country February 25-26, 2009.

Karnataka: BJP discusses ways to counter rebellion

The fissure-ridden ruling BJP in Karnataka on Friday decided to devise ways to guard itself from another rebellion after the Karnataka HC judgement upholding disqualification of 11 of its dissident MLAs gave a relief to the party.

Karnataka CM sacks two more ministers

BJP leader Venkaiah Naidu has been sent to save party’s first govt in the south.

Ecuador raises police, military pay after rebellion

Ecuador`s President raises salaries of four military and police ranks.

Rebellion in Meghalaya Congress, Lapang admits pressure

Amid a fresh rebellion within
the Congress, Meghalaya Chief Minister D D Lapang on Saturday
admitted there was "pressure" by disgruntled MLAs seeking
accommodation in the Cabinet.

Honduran coup: Civil liberties suspended, media outlets raided

Honduras` coup-installed government silenced two key dissident broadcasters on Monday just hours after it suspended civil liberties to prevent an uprising by backers of ousted President Manuel Zelaya.