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Charlotte shooting: Kin releases shocking video

African- American man whose death has triggered days of unrest in Charlotte, North Carolina, released a dramatic video of the police shooting on Friday, raising pressure on the authorities to make the

Barack Obama vetoes bill allowing 9/11 victims sue Saudi Arabia

US President Barack Obama has vetoed a bill that would have allowed the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia, fearing that the move could have serious implications for America’s national inter

Pakistan to ask Interpol to extradite Baloch leader Brahamdagh Bugti

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Bugti's application seeking political asylum in India has been received by the Indian Home Ministry which is examining it.

Australian man rapes 12-yr-old girl in front of her dad, who ‘offered’ her online


The father brought his daughter to Beer’s house after he responded to an online advertisement ‘offering her up’.

Intense Syrian, Russian strikes kill 25 civilians in Aleppo

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The toll was expected to rise because people remained trapped under rubble, according to Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

4 al Qaeda members killed in suspected US drone strike: officials

 Four members of al Qaeda's Yemen branch were killed in a suspected US drone strike. (Photo: AP/Representational)

The dead militants include a local commander of the militant Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.

5 killed in Washington mall shooting, gunman on run

Law enforcement officers work at the crime scene outside of Cascade Mall in Burlington. (Photo: AP)

Debate over gun control is fierce in US, wracked by gun violence.

Corbyn re-elected as UK Labour leader

Jeremy Corbyn celebrates his victory in the Labour leadership contest between him and Owen Smith in England on Saturday. 	— AP

Left-winger Jeremy Corbyn was re-elected British Labour leader on Saturday, seeing off a challenge from his MPs but leaving the Opposition party deeply divided, with its very future in question.

First debate of Trump & Clinton on Monday

Neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump is the clear favourite as the two major-party candidates for the White House go head-to-head in their crucial first debate Monday.

The dastardly Uri attack happened a week ago. Eighteen of our brave soldiers gave their life for the nation. It was the highest casualty suffered by our forces since 2002.

Now that Najma Heptulla has been appointed governor of Manipur, there is a mad scramble in the Bharatiya Janata Party for the Rajya Sabha seat, vacated by the former minister.