ADEN/SANAA: Al Qaeda fighters captured the capital of a province in southern Yemen, killing about 20 soldiers, before they were driven out by the army late on Friday, local officials and residents said.
KIEV: Two Ukrainian servicemen were killed in attacks by Russian-backed separatist rebels in the east of Ukraine in the 24 hours up to Saturday morning despite an agreed ceasefire, the Kiev military said.
NEW DELHI: A court in New Delhi on Saturday cleared all sixteen policemen accused of murdering dozens of Muslims 27 years ago in a north Indian city, a lawyer said.
SRINAGAR: Two militants opened fire at an army camp in Indian Kashmir on Saturday in the second attack against security forces in two days, an army official said, adding to pressure on India's nationalist government after it swore to end…
LONDON: North Korea has the ability to fire a nuclear weapon and would use a nuclear missile in retaliation if it is attacked, the country's ambassador to Britain told Sky News on Friday.
WASHINGTON: Muhammad Ali hailed Britain's Price Charles as "the greatest" on Friday as the heir to the British throne wrapped up a US tour with a visit to the boxing legend's hometown.
WASHINGTON: The United States is increasingly concerned about the growing presence and influence of the Syria-based Islamic State movement in Libya, according to U.S. officials and a State Department report.
TUNIS: Shortly before he and a friend gunned down 20 foreign tourists at Tunisia's Bardo museum, Yassine al-Abidi sat down to a breakfast of olive oil and dates with his family and left for work at his travel agency as usual.