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London set to elect Muslim mayor after divisive campaign

 Sadiq Khan, a Muslim lawmaker from Britain's opposition Labour Party. (Photo: AP)

Tensions over the campaign have been exacerbated by a simmering row over anti-Semitism in the Labour party.

How Donald Trump broke rules of modern politics, and won anyway

 Most candidates recoil from the dreaded "flip-flopper" label but Trump unabashedly changes his mind. (Photo: AFP)

The billionaire is proud to campaign on the cheap, milking free media in a way that other candidates could only envy.

Sacked US man returns to office to shoot his boss, kills himself

 Another person was injured in the deadly shooting at Knight Transportation office. (Representational Image)

Police said the victim was an employee who was shot in the face with a bean bag fired from a shotgun.

Australian ISIS recruiter killed in US airstrike in Iraq

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Melbourne-born Prakash had appeared in ISIS propaganda videos and had actively recruited Australian citizens.

Bangladeshi group met in parks, plotted attacks, says Singapore

Eight Bangladeshi men held in Singapore for allegedly plotting attacks in their homeland had formed an Islamist cell that met in parks and open fields and shared radical propaganda and videos, authori

Pak Army probes activist’s death

Pakistan Army Chief Raheel Sharif on Wednesday ordered an inquiry into Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Farooq Sattar’s coordinator Aftab Hussain’s death in custody of the paramilitary Rangers fo

Judge says Hillary Clinton may have to testify in email lawsuit

 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. (Photo: AP)

Clinton has come under fire for using a private email account and server at her home for official emails when she was a top diplomat.

9/11 families seek answers in secret pages

 President Barack Obama has hinted that at least portions of the 28 pages on the 9/11 attacks may be released shortly.

Some September 11 families expect the pages' contents will help them sue the Saudi Arabian government.

Islamic State has capacity to hit United States: top US spy

(AFP Photo/Molly Riley)

US President Obama had however said they face a less of threat from ISIS.

During his visit to Patna, Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union president Kanhaiya Kumar was asked about his views on chief minister Nitish Kumar’s decision to ban the sale and possession of al

A recent article published in the British medical journal Wired has brought out an alarming fact: that suicides have toppled the more conventional cause of death, maternal mortality (deaths due to pre