World Bulletin / News Desk
Iran should be part of the solution to the Syria crisis, international mediator Kofi Annan said on Friday, a week before a planned crisis meeting that is in doubt because of Western objections to the Islamic Republic's participation.
Annan told a news conference that he wanted states with influence on both sides of the conflict to be involved in the peace process and said some countries had taken national initiatives that risked unleashing "destructive competition".
Al-Qaeda linked group fleeing intensified government military operations following sighting of elusive leader
Infrastructure of Haqqani network, which included improvised explosive device factories, a number of other capacities including communication, has been disrupted
Government denies the bill is aimed at Muslims, estimated to make up about 5 percent of the population
German foreign minister calls for Pakistan and Afghanistan to work together in battling militants
Police are hunting for a 26-year-old Thai woman and a foreign man in his 40s after a weekend search on a property in the Min Buri district
Two leaders reaffirmed their commitment to the efforts of the international community in the fight against international terrorism
Former Taliban leader's death was kept limited to very few colleagues who were already informed
Pakistan official says Taliban unlikely to return to negotiations while leadership struggle continues
More than 200 fighters killed in battle to retake strategic southern town
Electoral reform group that organized weekend rally hopes Sunday attendance will match protest’s alleged peak of 200,000 people
Modi says he will amend the bill to favour farmers so that they do not face financial losses
Police believe detained suspect had several accomplices preparing the attack
The Pakistani defence minister has said that Pakistan will respond if India continues to target civilians. 13 people were killed on Friday after Indian forces opened gunfire across the border on Friday.
Protesters have blocked off the central square with estimates of up to 200,000 people gathering to protest against Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Police raided an apartment used by the man in northern Bangkok on Saturday and discovered possible bomb-making materials, according to a police spokesman
More than an estimated 40,000 gather in Kuala Lumpur for two-day rally to demand resignation of Najib Razak over corruption scandal.