World Bulletin / News Desk
Afghanistan's Taliban said on Wednesday it had carried out a suicide car bombing against a Western military compound in Kabul to protest a visit to the country by U.S. President Barack Obama.
Obama and Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Wednesday signed a "strategic partnership" accord that charts the future of U.S.-Afghan relations beyond the end of the NATO invasion in the country.
The two leaders shook hands after the signing, which took place in Karzai's palace in the Afghan capital.
Reuters news agency quoted Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid also as saying the attack was in response to Obama's signing of a strategic pact with President Hamid Karzai's government.
Assad's comments, in an interview published by Russian government newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta on Monday, appeared to contradict remarks by Moscow suggesting any Russian arms supplies to Damascus were agreed before the conflict began.
According to the witnesses, explosions caused by air raids were heard near the presidential palace in southern Sanaa
The Appeals Chamber of the Hague Tribunal has decided to revoke the decision to grant Vojislav Seselj temporary release and ordered him returned to prison.
The Kremlin said on Monday there were "positive signals" at talks in Lausanne between world powers and Iran over Tehran's nuclear programme but it was too soon to talk about the likely outcome.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, already facing a six-year prison term after a corruption conviction, was found guilty on Monday
The ministry showed photos of long-range bombers sitting on the tarmac along with their crews. The jets returned the same day, it said.
According to sources, tribesmen took control of the four military sites in the Yemen's Dhi Naim district
The Pakistani team, to be led by Defence Minister Khawaja Asif and foreign policy chief Sartaj Aziz, was due to leave either on Monday or in the next few days, security officials told Reuters.
The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called Arab leaders for response in Gaza, during the 26th round of the Arab Summit.
Watchdog urged security agencies to avoid being used to cause chaos in the country
Unknown gunmen shot and injured two policemen in a patrol car in Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh late on Sunday
"Police on duty near the spot caught two attackers red-handed with three machetes as they were fleeing the scene after the incident," police official Humayan Kabir told Reuters.
India is readying the evacuation of nationals from the capital of Yemen on Monday, after four nights of Saudi-led air strikes against Houthis forces.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the flood of Internet traffic to GitHub came from Chinese search engineBaidu Inc , targeting two GitHub pages that linked to copies of sites banned in China.
The state government had slammed a 24-hour curfew Sunday after similar attacks