ISIS to use Ebola virus against western countries?

ISIS is believed to use the dreaded Ebola virus against the western countries as a tool to create terror. ISIS is known to use their militants as human bombs therefore it is possible that they use them as human carriers of Ebola virus. Watch the full report on Zee News.

US congratulates Kailash Satyarthi and Malala, says Nobel prize victory for all striving for human dignity
US congratulates Kailash Satyarthi and Malala, says Nobel prize victory for all striving for human dignity

US President Barack Obama has congratulated Indian and Pakistani activists Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai, saying their Nobel Peace Prize "is a victory for all who strive to uphold the dignity of every human being".

Obama hails Malala`s `passion and determination`

US President Barack Obama on Friday hailed the "passion and determination" of teen Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai, who shared the prize with Indian anti-child labor activist Kailash Satyarthi.

You're so handsome, Paltrow tells Obama
You're so handsome, Paltrow tells Obama

 During a fundraiser at her home, actress Gwyneth Paltrow felt so nervous in the company of US President Barack Obama that she randomly ended up commenting on his physical appearance, saying "You're so handsome".

Obama urged to press Xi Jinping on Hong Kong`s democracy

Hong Kong protestors won powerful US backing Thursday as a high-level panel urged President Barack Obama to press concerns about democracy with Beijing and called for fresh monitoring of the city`s progress.

'US visit established good rapport between Modi, Obama'

The "very successful" visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the US helped establish a "good personal rapport" with President Barack Obama that is important to take bilateral relations forward, two top American senators said here Thursday.

US-led warplanes pound jihadist sites as Kurds hold out in Kobane
US-led warplanes pound jihadist sites as Kurds hold out in Kobane

US-led warplanes on Wednesday intensified bombing raids against jihadists advancing on the strategic Syrian border town of Kobane, in a desperate bid to help Kurdish forces who are holding out despite the Islamic State group`s three-week assault.

Uruguay Guantanamo offer becomes political hot potato

Uruguay`s offer to take in six Guantanamo inmates has become a political hot potato in an election year, and may not survive the change of administration in March.

Barack Obama expresses support to Colombia peace talks

 US President Barack Obama Wednesday underscored continued strong support for efforts of the Colombia government to end a decades-old civil conflict, the White House said.

DNA: Jawan admitted to hospital after being beaten by Major in Jaipur

An Army Major on Monday allegedly thrashed a soldier for boozing in Jaipur, triggering a face-off between officers and jawans.

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Only three political prisoners among thousands released in Myanmar

 Only three political prisoners were among thousands of people granted amnesty by the Myanmar government this week and rights group said the release was apparently aimed at improving the country`s image before a visit by the US president.

PM Narendra Modi's US trip a successful visit: Menon

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US and his meeting with President Barack Obama was successful, former National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon has said, insisting that the outcome shows the progress made in the bilateral ties during the last 10 years.

Warren Buffett would 'bet money' on Hillary Clinton becoming president

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said today he would bet money on Hillary Clinton becoming the next president of the United States.

DNA: The complete story of Madison slap episode

Here is an account of what transpired between Indian journalist Rajdeep Sardesai and the NRI Mahendra Reddy on 28 September outside the Madison Square Garden in New York.

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ISIS plans to seize Iran’s nuclear secret

Leaders of the extremist group, ISIS (Islamic State) are planning to obtain nuclear weapons.

Fighting Ebola: US to enhance passenger screening, says Barack Obama
Fighting Ebola: US to enhance passenger screening, says Barack Obama

As the first patient diagnosed with Ebola on American soil, fights for his life in Dallas hospital, Barack Obama on Monday reiterated that the epidemic was a top national security priority and said that increased passenger screening would be conducted at airports to check the spread of the disease.

Modi, Obama have infused 'new energy' into ties: NYT

Suggesting that US President Barack and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had infused "new energy" into their stalled bilateral relationship, the New York Times wonders whether they can turn aspirations of "strategic partnership" into reality.

White House rejects Leon Panetta's criticism of Barack Obama over decisions on ISIS

The White House has rejected the criticism of Barack Obama by his former Defence Secretary Leon Panetta who claimed that the US President lacks the passion to lead.

White House defends Biden after gaffes, apologies to allies

The White House defended Vice President Joe Biden on Monday after he was forced to call leaders in Turkey and the United Arab Emirates to apologize for remarks he made suggesting they had supported Islamist militants in Syria.

Not targeting Syrian government in airstrikes on militants: US

 The US reiterated Monday that it is not targeting the Syrian government in its ongoing airstrikes on the Islamic State (IS)militants.