Pep Guardiola got his first taste of victory as Manchester City’s manager on Thursday after beating Borussia Dortmund on penalties in a friendly, but expressed concern about the looming English Premie
Gunsmith Khitab Gul tests a gun near a workshop in the tribal area of Darra Adamkhel, 35 km south of Peshawar. (Photo: AFP)
Indonesia Thursday rejected appeals from the UN and EU to halt the execution of 14 drug convicts including foreigners, as speculation mounted they could face the firing squad in a matter of hours.
Russia has ordered independent election watchdog Golos be closed down for breaking a controversial NGO law, less than two months before a national vote.
Britain’s Pinewood Studios, where Harry Potter and James Bond movies were filmed, could be sold to a property company for £323 million ($426 million) under a draft deal revealed Thursday.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who will be sworn in Thursday as President of Peru, says he will hit the ground running after a long career as a Wall Street banker that gave him the moniker “El Gringo”.
Turkey’s top military commanders met Thursday to replace almost half of their generals in a radical shake-up after the failed coup, as authorities shut down dozens of media outlets in a widening crac
Petitjean, whose face was disfigured after being gunned down by police, had been harder to identify.
Phil Mickelson, still smarting from a loss to Henrik Stenson at the British Open two weeks ago, hopes duplicating his final-round performance will let him bounce back with a PGA Championship win.
Francis appeared to be fine as he delivered a homily and said mass at the revered Jasna Gora monastery.