4,000 killed in Ukraine conflict

01 Nov 2014

More than 4,000 people have been killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine between the army and pro-Russian separatists, the UN has said as the ...

Pilot dead as Virgin spaceship crashes in US desert

01 Nov 2014

Virgin Galactic's pioneering spacecraft designed to take tourists into space has crashed in California, killing one of the two pilots and ...

Peshmerga fighters enter Syrian border

01 Nov 2014

Iraqi peshmerga fighters began entering the Syrian border town of Kobani where they were expected to join the battle against Islamist ...

Canada halts visas for residents of Ebola-hit nations

01 Nov 2014

Canada has announced it was suspending visa applications for residents of Ebola-hit nations in a bid to prevent the deadly virus from ...

Liberia opens 1 of largest Ebola treatment centres

01 Nov 2014

Remembering those who have died in the world's deadliest Ebola outbreak, Liberia's president has opened one of the country's largest Ebola ...

Yemen's Shiite rebels give president ultimatum

01 Nov 2014

Yemen's Shiite rebels, who are in control of the capital, gave the president 10 days starting from today to form a government, hinting at a ...

Mike Tyson says he was sexually abused as a child

01 Nov 2014

Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson was sexually abused when he was seven years old by a stranger on the street, he told US radio. The ...

Israel cartoon highlights troubled ties with US

01 Nov 2014

An Israeli political cartoon depicting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu piloting an airplane heading for New York's Twin Towers has set ...

Virgin spaceship crashes, fate of pilots unknown

01 Nov 2014

Virgin Galactic's first commercial spacecraft crashed today during a test flight over California, scattering debris over the desert and ...

NATO reports more Russian flights, intercepts

01 Nov 2014

NATO reported more Russian military flights and intercepts today over the Baltics, North Sea and Atlantic, just days after it picked up "an ...

Pak police arrest 2 suspects involved in Bhutto attack case

01 Nov 2014

Pakistan police today said they have arrested two members of outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban allegedly involved in the deadly attack on slain ...

Kerry, Zarif to hold nuclear talks in Oman: report

01 Nov 2014

US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iran's foreign minister will hold nuclear talks in Oman on around November 10, the Austria Press ...

14-kosi Parikrama begins in Ayodhya

01 Nov 2014

The 14-kosi Parikrama started here today with lakhs of pilgrims undertaking a round of the periphery of the holy city to worship Lord Rama, ...

Fire in state-run hospital, no casualty

01 Nov 2014

A fire broke out in an empty seminar hall of state-run National Medical College here tonight. Fire brigaade sources said the flames were ...

2 bodies found after UK fireworks warehouse blaze

01 Nov 2014

British police have found the bodies of two men after a blaze at a fireworks warehouse that sent plumes of black smoke and explosions into ...

UN sets up panel to rethink peacekeeping

01 Nov 2014

UN chief Ban Ki-moon today appointed a blue-ribbon panel to recommend changes to international peacekeeping in the face of increasingly ...

Cow shelters will get grant for medicine production: Raj Min

31 Oct 2014

The Rajasthan government will give grant to cow shelters for production of medicines, state Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Minister ...

Man arrested for killing his infant daughter

31 Oct 2014

The police has arrested a man for killing his infant daughter after her body was found in a well in Borta village Murtizapur taluka of ...

Pakistan faces grave danger from Islamic State:Altaf Hussain

31 Oct 2014

Pakistan faces grave danger from the Islamic State militants, Mutthaida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain warned today and asked the ...

Foreign fighters stream into Syria: US officials

31 Oct 2014

Foreign fighters are streaming into Syria at a rate of roughly 1,000 a month, with no let-up in the flow despite international efforts to ...

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