World Bulletin / News Desk
A member of NATO's Afghan force and a civilian contractor have been killed in the latest so-called insider attack by a member of the Afghan security forces, the NATO force said on Sunday.
The attack in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday came after the United States said joint operations with Afghan forces were returning to normal.
Joint operations were halted two weeks ago after a surge of attacks by foreign forces. At least 52 members of the NATO force have been killed this year in attacks.
Gao Yu, 71, was tried behind closed doors in Beijing last November, was convicted on a charge of providing state secrets to foreign contacts.
Kashmir has shut down as protesters called on for a strike after two leaders were arrested.
A suicide bomb blast has claimed the lives of 33 people. The explosion took place outside a bank where government workers were lined up to collect their salaries.
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman will discuss farm and car trade when he meets Japanese Economy Minister Akira Amari in Tokyo on Sunday and Monday
Police fired tear gas and charged with batons to disperse hundreds of people who gathered after Friday prayers in the main city Srinagar to protest the arrests of the leaders and the killing of the youth.
The comments from a propaganda unit come after US envoy Mark Lippert said that he did not believe that North Korea was sincere when it came to denuclearization.
Kashmiri leaders Ali Shah Geelani and Masart Alam were arrested for leading pro-Pakistani rally in Kashmir and are now under house arrest.
In one of the most devastating massacres of the 20the century, one in four Cambodians died, a consequence of a leaders’ paranoia, incompetence and pitiless rule
Foreign manufacturers have also welcomed India's decision to negotiate directly with the French government for further Rafales.
American doctor on life support after being shot on busy road in Pakistani city of Karachi.
'Turkey wants to expand into Asia through Kazakhstan, while we want to expand into Europe and the Middle East through Turkey,' says Kazakh president.
Interpol issues notice for former Bangladeshi politician wanted for alleged role in war crimes.
Pakistan's Supreme Court Bar Association challenged the establishment of military courts on the basis that they violate human rights and the constitution.
90 Moro fighters facing criminal charges for Jan. 25 deaths of 35 police commandos in southern Philippines.
India has test fired a missile a day after Pakistan successfully test-fired a missile capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
Britain surprised some allies last month in deciding to join the AIIB, and was quickly followed by Germany,France and Italy.