World Bulletin / News Desk
Four people were killed in an apparent U.S. drone strike on Thursday in a remote part of the south of Yemen, a security official and residents said.
The security official and residents said the people were killed in an air strike on their vehicles in the isolated area of Maqbala in Shabwa province. They said it was a drone strike.
Two people were wounded and another fled the scene after the strike, the official added.
U.S. generally uses drones for combat and espionage missions in several countries including Yemen, Somalia, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
Iraqi authorities typically blame such attacks on embattled ISIL extremist group
Irish nationalist party refuses to nominate leader to local parliament, forcing new elections to power-sharing body
Prevalence of slain militants’ bodies in areas recently captured from ISIL raises fears of possible spread of disease
Intervention comes after diplomatic spat over slogan-covered Serbian train which tried to enter Kosovo
An AMISOM truck rammed into a civilian minibus on outskirts of Mogadishu
Israel has also rearrested journalist Mohamed al-Qeeq, who waged 94-day hunger strike in 2015
A professor of veterinary medicine and a teenager among casualties
Kenyans will go to the polls on August 8 in what is set to be a hard-fought general election decided in large part by the core support of candidates' ethnic constituencies.
Britain's Johnson says 'very good news' US wants UK trade deal
The blast happened at 5:25 am (0425 GMT) at a mosque in the staff quarters area of the University of Maiduguri and is thought to have been carried out by a teenage girl.
EU's Federica Mogheini has vowed to stand by the Iranian accord and has slammed Donald Trump regarding his comments of the deal
Hundreds of Serbs protested today in Northern Mitrovica for the Belgrade train that was stopped from entering Kosovo.
CIA Director John Brennan had some sharp criticism and warnings overnight for Donald Trump, saying the incoming president doesn’t have a “full understanding” of Russia’s power and threat to the world.
In 2013, the Syrian military used chemical weapons in an attack against rebel-controlled areas of Damascus, killing nearly 1,500 civilians, including more than 400 children.
Donald Trump has taken aim at NATO saying that its obsolete and has suggested a deal in which nuclear arsenals would be reduced and sanctions against Moscow would be eased, giving no further details.
Pres. Jammeh asks regional economic community to facilitate release of some judges for ruling on his election petition