U.S. president has demanded a vote in the House of Representatives on Friday over a debatable healthcare bill, which many believe, is unlikely to muster necessary support, given the opposition from Republican faction.
Over 24,000 children in sub-Saharan Africa die of misdiagnosis annually.
Machine learning application holds or forwards notification based on score.
A.I. scriptwriter can augment human creativity, claims software creator.
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.
S. Korea’s President Park Geun-hye became country’s first democratically elected leader to be removed from office after constitutional court upheld parliament’s decision to impeach her over a corruption scandal.
China appealed to North Korea to halt its missile and nuclear tests while urging the U.S. and the South to suspend their joint military drills in the Korean peninsula and diffuse a growing conflict with dialogue.
The diplomatic ties between North Korea and Malaysia hit a new low on Tuesday as the two nations imposed exit bans on each other’s citizens amid a growing rift over the assassination of Kim Jong-nam.
S. Korea and Japan claimed that the North fired four ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan on Monday, violating U.N. S. C. resolutions that restrict Pyongyang from using ballistic missile technology.
British police carried out raids across London, Birmingham & other parts of the U.K. and made seven arrests over a deadly attack near the Houses of Parliament, which left three people dead and about 40 injured.
Britain followed America’s footsteps on Tuesday as it banned passengers from six mainly Muslim countries from carrying laptops & tablets as hand luggage on U.K.-bound flights while critics rued "Islamophobic" move.
Amid a diplomatic meltdown with the Netherlands, Turkish foreign ministry accused the top E.U. officials of selectively exercising democracy after the bloc urged Ankara not to make excessive comments on the standoff.
Drone fleets are "cost-effective, more efficient" in carrying out certain tasks.
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.
Strike comes as French President visits Iraq to discuss anti-IS plan.
The Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday announced a ban on carrying electronic devices, excluding phones, on flights originating from eight mainly Middle Eastern and North African countries.
The spy chiefs are due to appear before the Congress, where the duo will answer questions over President Donald Trump’s wiretapping claims and also regarding the links between the Trump campaign and Russia.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that Washington is deliberating new diplomatic, security and economic measures against N. Korea as the policy of strategic patience with the reclusive state has met a futile end.
U.S. president hit back at the judiciary threatening to challenge the verdict that blocked a revised travel ban on visitors from mainly Muslim countries, hours before the executive order was due to come into effect.