World Bulletin / News Desk
Three U.S. soldiers have been killed by a uniformed Afghan in the southern province of Helmand, a spokeswoman for NATO-led forces in the country said on Friday.
"All we know is that they were killed by an Afghan in a uniform of some sort," the spokeswoman told Reuters.
Afghan officials said the three men were all special forces members and were killed while attending a meeting in Sangin District late on Thursday
Men killed during two-day clearance operation near border with Bangladesh, according to Office of State Counselor
Terrorist gang led by brothers attempting to establish ISIL territory in Mindanao, government says
Group behind last July's attempted putsch in Turkey also poses danger to Japan, Mevlut Cavusoglu says
Kabul says it was not consulted, fencing will divide tribes living at the Durand Line
Mevlut Cavusoglu meets representatives of business and tourism sectors
Scholarships will be granted over the next ten years, Chinese foreign minister says
Number of oppressed Rohingya refugees rose over 30,000 since the previous year, says report
The MT Putri Sea, registered in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, went down on Thursday in a busy shipping lane off the southern state of Johor, near Singapore.
Seoul kept in dark over welfare of at least six South Koreans currently incarcerated in North
Latest attack in Pakistan’s Gwadar district comes days after an alleged terrorist threat was thwarted in Iran’s Chabahar
Pyongyang demands response from Washington or face consequences
92 bodies, tail of aircraft recovered so far from Andaman Sea, according to military
President Moon pushes ahead with choice of top envoy despite political opposition over ethics
The incident happened when Flight MU744 from Charles de Gaulle Airport was descending to land at Kunming Changshui International Airport in Yunnan province, Xinhua news agency reported.