London: The head of Britain`s opposition Labour party in Scotland has quit, unsettling the party in one of its heartlands ahead of national elections in May next year.
Vancouver (Canada): The gunman who shot and killed a soldier in plain daylight then stormed Canada's Parliament once complained that a Vancouver mosque he attended was too liberal and inclusive
Tehran: If the ongoing talks between Iran and the six world powers fail to culminate into a final deal, the US will be blamed, a media report said Saturday.
On Friday, Chairman of the
Tehran: Iran executed Saturday a 26-year-old woman who had spent five years on death row for the murder of a former intelligence official, defying international pressure to spare her life.
Washington: A large number of Hindu-Americans joined the local Yezidis in a peaceful protest outside the White House here, asking the US government to take urgent steps to protect the minority
Washington: US President Barack Obama has reviewed his administration's strategy against the Islamic State with his national security team, during which he discussed the status of comprehensive
London: The authorities in Mali have confirmed the death of the country`s first Ebola patient, a two-year-old girl, a media report said Saturday.
The World Health Organisation (WHO)
United Nations: The UN Security Council (UNSC) has condemned, in the strongest terms, a deadly terrorist attack on a military checkpoint in the restive northern part of Egypt`s Sinai Peninsula
Paju: A planned launch of balloons by South Korean activists to send leaflets to North Korea on Saturday with messages critical of its leader turned into a clash with residents of the border
Beijing: Five people were killed after an oil tank truck exploded in China's central Hubei Province, local authorities said on Saturday.
Three others were injured in the accident that
Cairo: Egypt has declared a three-month state of emergency in Sinai after a suicide car bombing killed 30 soldiers, according to the presidency.
The presidency said in a statement
Washington: US President Barack Obama greeted nurse Nina Pham in the Oval Office with a big hug to celebrate her recovery from the Ebola virus, which she was the first person in the country to
Brasilia: Presidential candidates traded accusations over political corruption on Friday night in a last ditch attempt to sway undecided voters before Sunday`s election runoff in Brazil`s
Beijing: Sixteen workers were killed and 11 others injured after a coal mine collapsed in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
The accident occurred in the regional capital
Ramallah: Washington confirmed Friday that a Palestinian teenager shot dead by Israeli troops was a US citizen -- the second time this week an American child has fallen victim to the ongoing
Paju: Hundreds of South Korean police were deployed near the border with North Korea Saturday before the proposed launch of propaganda leaflets by activists, following threats of violent
Marysville: A student shot dead a female classmate and wounded four others when he opened fire in the cafeteria of his Washington state high school on Friday, apparently after a fight with
Kiev: Ukraine voters will go to the polls Sunday in elections set to dramatically reshape parliament, after a year of upheavals in which a deadly pro-Russian uprising has threatened to splinter
Washington: For once, the debate gripping Washington is not about party politics.
It`s about the White House fence. Is it high enough? Should it be electrified? Are tourists allowed to get
Wellington: A Malaysian military attache extradited to New Zealand to face an attempted rape charge was remanded in custody following a brief court appearance on Saturday.
Caracas: Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro abruptly replaced his interior minister on Friday, weeks after violent clashes in Caracas which left five people dead.
Defense minister Carmen
London: Britain`s newspapers turned on the European Union on Saturday after it demanded 2.1 billion euro ($2.6 billion) in backdated charges, but many questioned why furious Prime Minister
Lusaka: Zambian President Michael Sata has pardoned 975 prisoners as part of 50 years of celebration of the country`s independence from Britain, a senior official said in a statement
Washington: The US is looking into reported chlorine gas attack carried out by Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq, Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday.
"I am not in a position
Brasilia: Just days before Brazil`s presidential election run-off, rightwing news magazine Veja on Friday accused President Dilma Rousseff and predecessor Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of knowing
Day in Pics: 25th October
Showbiz World - October 25, 2014
'Happy New Year' star cast perform in Washington