The Obama administration is sending about 150 Special Operations troops along with military aircraft to Uganda to help in the search for warlord Joseph Kony, the Pentagon said on Sunday.
Anti-government de-monstrators in Thailand resumed street protests on Monday after lying low for weeks, piling pressure on increasingly beleaguered Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who is expected
A replica of a US Aircraft carrier spotted near the coast of Iran is nothing more sinister than a movie set, Iranian media said on Sunday.
A rare One-Cent Magenta postage stamp printed in British Guiana in 1856 and most recently owned by the estate of a du Pont chemical company heir convicted of murder is expected to fetch a record price
Nearly half a million people sought asylum in Europe last year, the most in two decades, with the largest number coming from Syrians fleeing civil war, the European Union said on Monday.
Saying that his emails are most likely monitored by intelligence agencies, former US President Jimmy Carter is using a good old-fashioned technique of communication with various world leaders these da
Japan will turn over hundreds of kilograms of sensitive atomic material of potential use in bombs to the United States to be downgraded and disposed of, the two countries’ leaders said ahead of a nucl
The G8 group of industrialised nations will not meet in Russia this year, British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday, as Western leaders prepare to discuss their response to Russia’s annexati
China said on Saturday it had a new satellite image of what could be wreckage from a missing Malaysian airliner, as more planes and ships headed to join an international search operation scouring some
Representatives of fashion designer L’Wren Scott, who committed suicide this week, denied reports that her fashion company had been struggling and said she had been planning to restructure her global