World Bulletin / News Desk
Two foreign soldiers were shot dead by an Afghan army soldier in eastern Afghanistan on Monday, the NATO-led coalition said.
"ISAF troops returned fire, killing the ANA (Afghan National Army) soldier who committed the attack," the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force said in a statement.
Former deputy premier and ex-state chief had shared opposition stage to condemn PM and government
Says her new government 'understands we have to create an environment where our people want to return'
Sam Rainsy in self-imposed exile in US after warrant for his arrest issued stemming from years-old defamation case
US President Barack Obama said Mansour was targeted because he was an obstacle to the peace process
Indonesian FM confirms nationals kidnapped by gunmen in latest hijacking of foreign crew in Sulu Sea
800 injured after torrential downpours, hailstorms, tornado batter parts of Yancheng
Mob attacks man accused of building religious school at house’s compound without permission from authorities in Bago region
Torrential downpours, hailstorms and tornado batter parts of city of Yancheng
Boat captain reported to have said gunmen introduced themselves as Abu Sayyaf, demanding $4.9 million for release
India plans to make Hindu refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan citizens by August
Military-backed opposition adds voice to those saying will not use 'Muslim Community in Rakhine State' to describe Rohingya
Abu Kassim Mohamed was head of body probing alleged irregularities involving state wealth fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd
NKorea threatens US, while South Korea warns reclusive neighbor for continued development of nuclear weapons
Cruise ships to bring Chinese tourists to non-militarised areas of disputed South China Sea islands, media reports.
One of Pakistan's most renowned qawwali performers is shot dead by gunmen in the southern port city of Karachi.
European Rohingya Council 'deeply surprised and saddened' Suu Kyi-led gov’t suggest new term for stateless Muslim community