Bamako: A two-year-old girl who was Mali`s first case of Ebola has died, officials said on Friday, shortly after the World Health Organization warned she had potentially exposed many people to
New York: A 32-year-old man who attacked rookie New York police officers with a hatchet was a self-radicalized recent convert to Islam who appeared to have intended to carry out a terror attack
Mursitpinar: Iraq`s Kurds unveiled plans Friday to send fighters to help defend the Syrian border town of Kobane, amid uncertainty over a separate deployment of Syrian rebels announced by
New York: New York`s mayor said Friday that the city`s health system is fully equipped to handle Ebola after a doctor who had been infected in West Africa was hospitalised in America`s largest
Ramallah: Israeli troops on Friday shot dead a Palestinian teenager who the army said was about to hurl a petrol bomb at Israeli motorists near the West Bank city of Ramallah.
As Brazilians head to the polls Sunday, here is a look at the policies of the two presidential contenders, leftist incumbent Dilma Rousseff and center-right senator Aecio Neves.
Winnipeg, Canada: Forensic examinations started Friday may reveal who gave birth to six babies whose corpses were discovered in a storage locker in the Canadian plains city of Winnipeg, and how
Brampton, Ottawa: Canada will introduce legislation next week to give more powers to its spy agency, a bill that will be largely unchanged from one drafted before this week`s attack in Ottawa,
Washington: Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday it was too early to discuss cutting the number of US troops stationed in Asia and South Korea, amid increased tensions on the heavily
Washington: Washington is seeking more information on reports that Islamic State militants used chlorine gas against Iraqi police officers last month, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on
Brussels: NATO head Jens Stoltenberg called on Russia on Friday to withdraw its troops from Ukraine as the country prepares for key national elections which pro-Moscow rebels plan to prevent in
Cairo: A suicide car bombing in Egypt`s Sinai Peninsula killed at least 28 soldiers Friday, in the deadliest attack on security forces since the army deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi
Ottawa: The body of a Canadian soldier shot dead while guarding the country`s war memorial in Ottawa began the journey to his hometown on Friday, in a last ride along the nation`s "Highway of
Washington: A rookie New York police officer remained in hospital in a serious condition on Friday after being attacked by a man with a hatchet who was then shot dead by officers.
Washington: The United States denounced a car bomb attack in the Egyptian Sinai peninsula that killed at least 26 soldiers, and injured 28 others Friday.
Washington "strongly condemns the
Washington: Two American nurses were declared cured of Ebola on Friday, and one was healthy enough to leave the hospital and meet President Barack Obama for a hug.
The good news for the
Moscow: President Vladimir Putin Friday acknowledged for the first time that Russia had helped Ukraine`s former pro-Moscow leader Viktor Yanukovych flee his country.
"I won`t hide the fact
Port Harcourt: The sister of Nigeria's powerful petroleum minister has been kidnapped in the oil hub of Port Harcourt, police said on Friday, in the latest abduction targeting a prominent
Geneva: The woman overseeing the rush to develop an Ebola jab has become one of the first volunteers to sign up to test the safety of candidate vaccines being developed.
Ottawa: In the aftermath of two deadly attacks on Canadian soil this week and amid growing concerns over the radicalization of local youths, Ottawa is quickly moving to bolster its surveillance
United Nations: The UN Security Council on Friday authorized ship inspections off Somalia`s coast to clamp down on the charcoal trade providing a lifeline to Shebab Islamists.
About a third
Tripoli: Five Lebanese army troops and a number of Islamist gunmen were wounded in a clash late Friday in a historic area of the northern city of Tripoli, a security official said.
London: The members of the House of Commons in UK have decided not to appoint an official cat to tackle the British Parliament's mice problem after an unusual debate over the issue.
Washington: A student opened fire at a US school Friday, injuring as many as six people before killing himself, the Seattle Times reported, citing law enforcement sources.
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Manila: The US will pay the Philippines 87 million pesos (USD 1.9 million) for damage caused by a US Navy minesweeper that ran aground on a protected coral reef last year, an official said
Day in Pics: 24th October
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