NEW YORK: A U.S. prosecutor told jurors at the terrorism trial of accused al Qaeda operative Abid Naseer that his plan to bomb a shopping center in England in 2009 was described in a "chilling" letter recovered during the military raid that…
WASHINGTON: The U.S. government on Tuesday established a policy for exports of military and commercial drones, including armed ones, and said it plans to work with other countries to shape global standards for the use of the controversial…
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian authorities last month declared the plane's unexplained disappearance an "accident" under global aviation conventions, saying for the first time that all 239 passengers and crew were presumed dead.
KUWAIT CITY: Kuwait's lower court on Wednesday upheld a government decision to shut leading newspaper Al-Watan which has been highly critical of the government, a lawyer for the paper said.
KIEV: Some pro-government forces began on Wednesday to pull out of the east Ukrainian town of Debaltseve which is under siege from Russian-backed separatists, commanders of pro-government paramilitary units said.
PORT-AU-PRINC: At least 16 people were killed and 78 injured early on Tuesday when a singer on a Carnival float hit an overhead power line in Port-au-Prince, setting off a stampede by bystanders, officials said.
SINGAPORE: Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was discharged from hospital Wednesday after undergoing surgery for prostate cancer and his doctor said he should make a full recovery.
CAIRO: Western powers stressed the need for a political solution to the crisis gripping Libya, seemingly rebuffing Egypt's call for the United Nations to authorise military intervention in the war-torn north African state on Wednesday.
AHMEDABAD: A suit with Narendra Modi's name stitched into the pinstripe, worn by the Indian premier when he met Barack Obama, is to be sold at auction on Wednesday to raise money to clean the Ganges.