France beefed up security for the presidential election after a suspected Islamist radical shot dead a policeman & seriously injured two others on the Champs Elysees shopping avenue in central Paris on Thursday.
Locals can buy, sell locally produced power over peer-to-peer network.
Blends technology innovation with service in $30b U.S. storage market.
Specially designed to provide people with disability access to theme park.
The heart-rending incident reported from Libya’s western city of Zawiya follows within days after the European Union approved a controversial plan to tide the flow of migrants from the African nation.
More than 270 girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram militants in 2014.
Number of women married as child to increase to 950 million by 2030.
African nation battles terrorism threat on its southern & western borders.
A deadly shooting at a mosque in Quebec City, Canada comes just hours after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he would welcome refugees and migrants following America’s decision to suspend its refugee program.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive order to begin construction of a U.S.-Mexican border wall drew a straight response from Mexican leader, who said his country won’t pay for the planned barrier.
Some 87 prisoners flee complex in Manaus after 17-hour long violence.
President describes move as a major step to strengthening peace process.
According to the Afghan defense ministry, 36 Islamic State militants were killed after the U.S. struck a 300m-long network of caves and tunnels in Nangarhar province with its biggest, non-nuclear bomb on Thursday.
Myanmar’s leader said “ethnic cleansing” too strong a phrase to describe what’s happening in the country’s Muslim-majority Rakhine region while summing up the violence as a case of “Muslims killing Muslims” as well.
A deadly blast, which left 14 people dead and about 49 others injured in a St. Petersburg train carriage on Monday, was carried out by a Kyrgyzstan-born Russian citizen, said the authorities from the Central Asian country.
Tropical cyclone Debbie struck Australia's north-east coast on Tuesday, leaving thousands of homes cut off from power & phone reception, which prompted P.M. Malcolm Turnbull to activate a disaster response plan.
Buoyed by his victory in a historic referendum, Turkish president criticized West’s “crusader mentality” after international observers raised questions over the “uneven playing field” that steered the leader to triumph.
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has welcomed the outcome of a nationwide referendum vote that grants him sweeping new powers even as the main opposition party rejected the results citing poll irregularities.
German police, investigating the blasts that targeted Borussia Dortmund football team on Tuesday night, are looking for possible Islamic extremist links after they found a letter that referenced to anti-IS operations.
European Council President Donald Tusk outlined a set of guidelines on Friday suggesting Britain must show “sufficient progress” on the exit terms before seeking talks over a future trade relationship.
The G7 foreign ministers held a meeting with their Middle Eastern allies on Tuesday to reach a common ground over threatening Russia with strict sanctions if it fails to abandon Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Iraq’s Counter-Terrorism Service troops and elite interior ministry security units advancing towards IS-held western part of Mosul launched a fierce assault on the city airport and a nearby military base on Thursday.
Just days after implementing nationwide ceasefire across Syria, Russian military chief claimed on Friday that Moscow has begun scaling down its armed forces deployed in the Middle East country.
Accusing the Syrian government of committing “many and large” ceasefire violations, the rebel groups on Monday threatened to boycott the peace conference scheduled in Astana, Kazakhstan for later this month.
During a review of America's policy towards Iran, U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, said that Tehran’s provocations pose a serious threat to the stability of the Middle East and the U.S. interests in the region.
U.S. President Donald Trump, who launched a consistently acrimonious verbal assault on China during his election campaign, took an abrupt shift on Wednesday as he backed away from earlier criticisms of Beijing.
In a radical policy shift prompted by a deadly chemical attack in a Syrian province two days ago, the U.S. fired 59 missiles on a Syrian airbase on Thursday, an action that Russia criticized as a breach of international law.
In a blunt message to Beijing ahead of a planned visit by Chinese leader Xi Jinping, President Donald Trump said America will act alone against a reclusive N. Korea if China fails to rein in Pyongyang’s nuclear program.