A strong detonation has rocked the governor’s compound in northern Afghanistan claiming many deaths and injuri
The explosion occurred in the surrounding of the governor’s compound in the capital city of Sar-e Pol Province in the country's north on Sunday evening, according to Afghan security sources.
Thick plumes of smoke were seen riding from the governor’s complex, according t
Several protesters were arrested after a demonstration on the 100th day of a hunger strike at Guantanamo prison; protesters filed a petition to the White House with more than 370,000 signatures.
Activists raised banners like “immoral, illegal, ineffective,” and demanded the closure of the Guantanamo Prison.
Protesters with orange jumpsuits and black hoods, like those used on detainees at Guantanamo Bay
Chuck Hagel, US Defense Secretary, criticized military for endangering its ability to recruit and carry out its missions because of the scandalous embarrassment tarring its image.
Hagel has ordered the military to re-train tens of thousands of its service members amid the country’s ongoing sexual-Assault crisis.
Hagel said on Tuesday that US armed forces must “retrain, re-credential and re-screen” tens of
Two children in a total of 19 people have been shot at a Mother’s day parade in New Orleans city in USA, as police officials reported.
"Immediately after the shooting our officers saw three suspects running from the scene," New Orleans Police Department said in a statement.
Police officers said that shooting occurred at about 2p.m Sunday at the crossroad of Frenchmen and Villere Streets in the city.
The general commander of the Russian Navy, Admiral Viktor Chirkov said that the leadership began in the formation of a permanent office for the formations of warships to work in the Mediterranean Sea.
Chirkov revealed in remarks, from the city of Sevastopol on 12 April / May, that "work continues at the present time on the formation of a group of vessels where they are selected and assigned officers to work in the office a
Former Pakistani P.M Nawaz Sharif says that (PML-N) Pakistan Muslim League-N has won Saturday’s parliamentary election.
“Results are still coming in, but this much is confirmed: we’re the single largest party so far,” Sharif said during a speech to jubilant supporters in Lahore on Saturday night.
“We should thank God that he has given PML-N another chance to serve you and Pakistan,”
REYHANLI, Turkey - After the death of more than 40 people in two car bombings that jolted the town yesterday, dozens of people took to the streets calling P.M Recep Tayyip Erdoganto to step down.
Protestors blamed Erdogan’s policy towards Syria, and that his administration brought only violence to Syria. A similar demonstration in Ankara took place in which also scores of people chanted slogans against Erdogan and Foreign M
Pakistan’s general polling begins amid tight security measures to protect the candidates and the polling stations from possible assaults.
Voting centers officially have opened at 8:00 am (0300 GMT) on Saturday morning for a one day elections.
Millions are expected to poll in the elections amid terrorist attacks and threats of sudden abruption.
In the meantime, an explosion is reported, killing least 9 people and
Former military leader Rios Montt is has been sentenced to 80 years in prison as convicted of the killing of more than 1771 people of Ixil Maya ethnic group during his time in power.
Survivors described horrific scenes of rape, torture and arson against those suspected of supporting leftist rebels.
He was sentenced to 80 years, 50 years for genocide and 30 years for crimes against humanity, and as his former chief of
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Rescue workers had given up hope of finding anyone else alive as they were searching and digging in the rubble especially that 1,500, according to some estimates, may have been buried by rubble.
Suddenly rescue workers and at around 3pm on Friday, heard faint metallic tapping as bulldozers moved in to remove debris covering what had been the basement of the building; then immediately halted works and focused
Russian President said in his speech at the Red Square in Moscow on May 9 in front of the military parade primarily anniversary 68 the victory over Nazi, "Russia will work everything they can in order that one cannot ignite the war.”
Putin said, "We will do everything we can, so that no one could ignite the flames of war. We will work everything in order to strengthen security on the ground.”
DHAKA, Bangladesh — A garment factory building has collapsed outside the Bangladesh capital claiming the death of more than 900, as recovery workers keep pulling bodies from the wreckage for more than two week after this disaster.
912 bodies have been recovered from the rubble of the fallen eight-story building, Officials say
An army official says 100 badly decomposing bodies being kept at a makeshift morgue near the building si
Rescue teams and helicopters rushed to the scene of the incident to rescue climbers who were trapped in sudden eruption.
Mayon volcano, 206 miles away from the capital Manila, spewed huge rockets and ash on Tuesday injuring and killing many climbers.
The report is still initiative and doesn’t include much information, "Five killed and seven are injured, that is the latest report, we do not have the identity of th
The Bellicose-rhetoric will control the South Korean-U.S summit in Washington this week amid at trip meant to celebrate the 60th anniversary of an alliance formed in the Korean War.
After a third nuclear test by North Korea, South Korean president Geun Hye will visit USA to discuss Seoul’s northern neighbor with Obama.
On Wednesday, South Korea's first female leader will address a joint meeting of Congress to rein
Iranian Foreign Ministry has condemned the Israeli air-strike on the Syrian territory pointing that the attacks aim to destabilize the security of the area and to hit its unity.
The spokesman of Iran Rameen Mehmanparas has said that "the countries of the region have to move and stand firmly against the Israeli aggression against Syria."
In the same context, Ahmed Reda Bordstan, the commander of the ground forces o
More than 13 million registered votes have been casted for 22 parliamentary-seat candidates and 505 state offices in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia today.
This general election as polls have shown is the closest election in the country’s history; Prime Minister Najib Razak's National Front coalition and the three-party opposition People's Alliance led by Anwar Ibrahim were neck-and-neck in independent p
Both U.S and NATO officials has said that a bomb blast killed five U.S service members in southern Afghanistan in Kabul on Sunday. Javid Faisal, spokesperson for the provincial governor, said that a roadside bomb has exploded in the Maiwand district of Kandahar province killing five Americans; immediately Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.
Taliban’s spokesperson said that 10 soldiers were killed in the blast.
Chaudhry Zulfiqar, Federal Investigation Agency’s prosecutor has been shot many times on his way to an anti-terrorism court in Islamabad on Friday as Pakistan’s police reported.
Local Police have stated that Zulfiqar lost control of his car, ran over a woman and all were rushed to hospital sustaining injuries including his own bodyguard.
Zulfiqar was leading a number of cases against Musharraf, inc
Nineteen underwater drones, some of them from the UK, have been sent to the Gulf as part of a naval operation designed to deter mine-laying amid continuing tensions between the west and Iran over Tehran's nuclear programme.
Up to 40 nations will take part in the three-week exercise starting next week, the biggest ever undertaken in the region.
The US navy vice-admiral in overall charge of the exercise, John Miller, said it was not
Two mosques at least have been attacked by Buddhists in Myanmar, Buddhists also burned hundreds of houses belonging to Muslims, killing one person and injuring other 10.
This incident took place in Okkan as about 400 Buddhists with sticks and bricks have ransacked two mosques and many Muslim shops; after that, Muslim families escaped and hid in forests as their homes have also been burnt.
The attacked, as considered the wor