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Demonstrators held noisy rallies in US cities including New York, San Francisco, Boston, Detroit and Chicago.
One protester was killed and an estimated 1.25 million people rallied nationwide demanding better public services
Afghanistan’s UN envoy Zahir Tanin said the Qatar office opened in a “theatrical sequence of events” that contravened the principles set for the Taliban mission
Unmanned drones are roaming American skies conducting surveillance on people in the United States
The largest number of refugees still comes from Afghanistan, a situation unchanged for 32 years. Worldwide, one refugee in four is Afghan.
The National Force, a special federal police force called up in cases of social unrest, will be sent to five of the six cities where the Confederations Cup football tournament is being played
Merkel said Germans wanted to know if their online data was being sniffed out by the US National Security Agency (NSA).
Thousands of campers scrambled as police trampled tents, pulled down banners and broke down barricades in the park,
With the conservative camp divided, reformists seem confident of a good showing by moderate cleric Hassan Rowhani
PM Erdogan made the concession in his first talks with a group of protesters, a move they welcomed as “positive”
Cleric Hassan Rowhani has emerged as one of the frontrunners in the poll with a real chance of forcing a run-off against the conservatives
A day after meeting with protest leaders and offering to hold a referendum on plans to redevelop Gezi Park, Erdogan resumed his combative stance
US officials had never officially announced that Kerry had planned to head back to Israel on what would have been his fifth trip to the region since making the resumption of peace talks a priority of his tenure in office.
They planned to attack a rally by the English Defence League (EDL) — a group which opposes the spread of radical Islam in Britain
Some of the biggest firms in Silicon Valley were caught up in the program, known as PRISM, including Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, Apple, PalTalk, AOL, Skype and YouTube
“I call for an immediate end to the demonstrations, which have lost their democratic credentials and turned into vandalism,” Erdogan said
The Guardian reported that mobile carrier Verizon is required to provide the NSA daily with information on all telephone calls in its systems
US soldier Sergeant Robert Bales massacred 16 Afghan villagers last year
Turkey’s embattled government insisted it was “not a second-class democracy” even as police tear-gassed protesters massed in the streets
The two-hour assault on Tuesday, which left one Afghan guard dead, was the first time ICRC offices have been targeted in Afghanistan in 26 years
TTP spokesman: We will take revenge of these killings from the Pakistani government and the establishment
The announcements came as counter-terror detectives urged witnesses to come forward.
The stabbing echoed the grisly killing of a British soldier in London last week
Taliban launched a major attack close to an Afghan intelligence facility and the headquarters of a government force that protects foreign firms
Police said the men were detained on suspicion of endangering an aircraft after the plane was diverted to Stansted airport outside London
The two suspects were previously known to the intelligence services but were reportedly assessed as not posing a deadly threat
The riots have sparked a debate in Sweden about the assimilation of immigrants, who make up about 15 percent of the population
Prime Minister David Cameron cut short a visit to Paris to fly back for a meeting of the government’s emergency response committee
Two people were arrested as the police attempted to quell anti-Islamist disorder
The United States formally said for the first time on Wednesday that it had killed radical Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki and three other US citizens in anti-terror strikes abroad.