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In a statement published by the official KCNA news agency, he North Korean army said Thursday it had final approval to launch “merciless” military strikes on the United States
US Secretary of State Kerry lands in Kabul on surprise visit
Okacha is a close aide of AQIM boss Abdelmalek Droukdel and considered the “real leader” of group
the interior ministry in Riyadh said authorities had arrested 16 Saudis, an Iranian and a Lebanese in four regions of the country
After conducting its own “internal investigations”, the report found that Zygier had started working for Mossad in 2003
Hollande “confirms Abdelhamid Abou Zeid’s death with certainty during fighting led by the French army
The judges agreed to award Tapie 285 million euros (400 million euros once interest was added on) in compensation linked to his 1993 sale of the sports group Adidas.
Key questions about the bomber’s identity, the bomb and the organisation of the attack still remain unanswered, reported the Presa newspaper.
The attackers “tied up the man and raped the woman in his presence”
The man was also convicted of presenting a false identity to police.
Henrique Capriles accepted Sunday the nomination of the main opposition coalition for the April 14 election
Singh was accused by police of being the ringleader in the fatal gang-rape of a 23-year-old student on a moving bus in New Delhi last December
The South’s Unification Ministry confirmed that the North appeared to have carried through on another promise to cut a telephone hotline between Pyongyang and Seoul.
Found in his prison cell Monday, prompting fury and accusations of murder
“The Taliban said they wanted to show their strength (by launching the attacks),” Karzai said.
Sulaiman Abu Ghaith allegedly one of the chief propagandists of the Al-Qaeda network
“We suspect the cocktail was hurled from a moving vehicle,” Biplob Sarker, a senior policeman in Dhaka
Burwell is a former OMB deputy director under president Bill Clinton from 1998 to 2001.
Voters standing for hours in snaking lines several hundreds of metres (yards) long and several people thick crowded peacefully outside polling stations to take part in one of the most complex elections Kenya has ever held.
At least 50 MUJAO Islamists have been killed since the day before yesterday (Friday)
Park Geun-Hye vows zero tolerance with North Korean provocation
Kerry will visit the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar from February 24 to March 6.
Tens of thousands of supporters turned out for the historic prayers ahead of the pope’s formal resignation on Thursday, often interrupting the pope with their clapping, cheering and chanting.
Housed in Canada’s foreign affairs ministry, the new office will oppose religious hatred and intolerance and promote pluralism “as a Canadian foreign policy priority,”
Six people have now died as a result of the attack, in which two suicide bombers stormed the Khyber administration’s compound in Peshawar as Zeb chaired a meeting on arrangements for the elections.
Pope’s style over last six years “bureaucratic” and “tough”, say liberation theologists
Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation decision was surprising yet respectable
Says his age prevents him from carrying out his duties
Said she had received a passport and can travel abroad
The latest anti-Kremlin march comes after President Vladimir Putin signed off on a measure that introduced a blanket ban on US adoptions in reprisal for Washington legislation targeting Russian officials who have allegedly committed rights abuses.