US regulators on Thursday approved the strictest-ever rules on Internet providers, who in turn pledged to battle the new restrictions in the courts and the Congress, saying they would discourage inves
British Prime Minister David Cameron was to set out plans on Friday to give Wales greater powers, including more responsibility over raising its own funding.
International investigators said on Friday that in order for the ISIS to remain financially viable it would have to further expand territory it controls in Iraq and Syria and take over more resources.
Nepal’s Supreme Court has rejected the possibility of amnesty for perpetrators of serious human rights abuses during a decade-long civil war, in a victory for human rights activists and victims’ group
Eager Australia captain Michael Clarke feels his fittest in five years and is praying for clear skies over Auckland for the World Cup clash against fellow co-hosts New Zealand on Saturday.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's stomach for free-market economics faces a major test on Saturday, in a budget that could wreck the leader's promises of ‘Acche Din’ (good days) if there's no
A coalition airstrike in western Iraq killed at least 17 ISIS militants overnight, a hospital source said on Thursday, and an Arabic TV channel said the group’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had been in
BlackBerry Ltd said on Wednesday that it is working with Google Inc to enable its software to manage and secure so-me of Google’s Android devices, a move that builds on BlackBerry’s recent partnership
The British police investigating allegations of historical sex crimes against Cliff Richard, one of Brit-ain’s best-known entertainers, has said its inq-uiry into the singer had “increased significant
With his latest political exhortation, President Xi Jinping is asserting his influence and advancing his agenda in a time-honoured tradition among Chinese leaders.