London: In a life-saving surgery, doctors in Kyrgyzstan have removed a massive 4 kg hairball from a teenager's stomach.
The hairball was formed because the 18-year-old girl chewed the tips of
Manila: A Philippine couple have been jailed for life for forcing young scantily-clad women to torture or kill animals for the sexual gratification of online customers, a court official
London: British Prime Minister David Cameron said Tuesday he was "deeply concerned" about escalating protests in Hong Kong and reminded China of its obligations towards the former British
As they gather in Saudi Arabia`s holy city of Mecca for the annual hajj, some pilgrims have denounced atrocities by Islamic State group jihadists as "a virus" threatening the world.
Bangkok: Thailand on Tuesday announced plans to give tourists wristbands carrying their personal details, as the kingdom falls under intense scrutiny over visitor safety following the
Greenland Prime Minister Aleqa Hammond has applied for temporary leave while she is being investigated over the misuse of public funds, the Sermitsiaq newspaper said on Tuesday.
Tehran: Iran is to offer equipment to the Lebanese army to bolster its battle against jihadist extremists, a senior Iranian official said on a visit to Beirut Tuesday.
Tokyo: A Japanese man who allegedly kicked a fellow diner to death in a fight over seats in a noodle bar calmly returned to his food as the other man lay dying, media reported today.
Beijing: China today observed its first Martyrs' Day, a commemorative event aimed to inculcate patriotism among new generations, on the eve of the Communist giant's 65th National day.
Dhaka: Bangladesh sent medical teams on Tuesday to check millions of cows set for slaughter due to fears they have been pumped with banned steroids for fattening ahead of the Eid holiday
London: A Goan-origin politician has emerged as a frontrunner to become Portugal's next prime minister after the country's main opposition Socialist Party chose him as its candidate for the
A South African court on Tuesday suspended the corruption trial of firebrand politician Julius Malema, pushing back the high-profile case of a self-appointed graft buster for nearly a year.
The European Union introduced a new aid package on Tuesday worth 165 million euros to help farmers hit by Russian sanctions over the Ukraine crisis, but tightened up on dubious compensation
Tokyo: About 44,000 young children were sent home early in one Japanese city Tuesday when 101 elementary schools were closed because of a bomb threat, police and reports said.
Washington: The US air power has managed to degrade the Islamic State's capabilities, but will not be able to destroy it alone, said US Air Force Major General Jeffrey Harrigian.
Kabul: Taking up one of its first tasks, the newly sworn-in Ashraf Ghani government in Afghanistan will sign the Bilateral Security Agreement with the United States on Tuesday.
Arbil: Kurdish troops launched offensives against the Islamic State jihadist group on three fronts in northern Iraq on Tuesday, senior officers told AFP.
Troops struck before dawn against a
Santa Fe: Thousands of feet above the Pacific Ocean, the bullets were coming fast and the flak was flying.
Japanese fighter planes whizzed around like bees as the American forces in
Phnom Penh: Two Khmer Rouge leaders have formally appealed convictions for crimes against humanity which saw them handed life sentences by Cambodia`s UN-backed court.
In August "Brother
Manila: Philippine authorities moved Tuesday to seize paintings by Picasso, Gauguin, Miro, Michelangelo and other masters held by Imelda Marcos after getting a court order against the former
Forced to flee the war raging in his native Syria, 22-year-old Hussein Al Fleig Al Ali first tried neighboring Lebanon before discovering he had more opportunity in far-away Uruguay.
Kuala Lumpur: The Islamic State group`s jihadist appeal is fanning fears that it could serve as a potent new rallying cry for Southeast Asian extremists who had been largely brought to
Singapore: A new Interpol centre to be opened in Singapore next year will strengthen global efforts to fight increasingly tech-savvy international criminals, officials said Tuesday.
Washington: The transfer of prisoners out of Guantanamo Bay has ground to a halt amid a slow Pentagon approval process.
That's caused frustration within the administration and raised
ondon:: The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has released a third video featuring British journalist, John Cantlie, in a series of videos released by it with an aim to explain the ISIS
Day in Pics: 30th September
Showbiz World - September 30, 2014
George Clooney - Amal Alamuddin grand Venice wedding