The Hindu : International (210)

Poland warns it may not adopt EU's Rome declaration

Poland may not accept the Rome declaration, which will chart the European Union's course after Britain leaves, if the document does not touch upon issues Warsaw considers crucial, the country's Prime...

Pakistani President offers dialogue to India

Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain on Thursday offered a dialogue with India to peacefully resolve the Kashmir dispute.Mr. Hussain addressed a military parade here on a the occasion of Republic Day,...

More extreme and unusual weather in 2017: WMO

Each of the year since 2001 has seen at least 0.4 degree—Celsius above the long-term average for the 1961—1990 base period, used by the UN agency as a reference for climate change monitoring.

Philippines: 2 Malaysians rescued from Abu Sayyaf militants

The Philippine military say they have rescued two Malaysian sailors held captive for eight months by Muslim militants. Major Gen. Carlito G. Galvez, Jr., a regional military commander, said the Malay...

A look at developments in the 2014 S. Korean ferry disaster

Salvage workers are slowly pulling the huge, corroded South Korean ferry above the sea surface on Thursday, about three years after it sank on a routine voyage to a resort island, killing more than 3...

South Korean ferry that sank 3 years ago lifted from sea

The bodies of 295 passengers were recovered after the sinking on April 16, 2014, but nine are still missing.

U.S lawmakers urge Rajnath Singh to lift curbs on Christian charity

The U.S lawmakers said they were long time supporters of U.S –India partnership' but the Indian government's treatment of CI has caused serious concern within the U.S Congress.'

World leaders 'stand' with Britain after London attack

May described the attack as "sick and depraved" saying the assailant chose the site as an assault on Britain's democratic values.

UK won't change terror threat level after attack: Theresa May

UK Prime Minister Theresa May today termed the terror strike in the heart of London as sick and depraved' attack on democratic values, which was doomed to failure', after four people were killed and...

Five dead after terror attack outside U.K. Parliament

Man rams car into crowd, stabs police officer before being shot dead

Belgium falls silent one year after Brussels attacks

Belgium fell silent on Wednesday to mark the first anniversary of the Islamic State suicide attacks in Brussels that killed 32 people, on a day of emotional ceremonies designed to show that the heart ...

UK won't change terror threat level after attack: Theresa May

Britain will not change its terrorism threat level despite an attack in London on Wednesday which left three people and the assailant dead, Prime Minister Theresa May said.  "The UK threat level has b...

US spy agencies monitored Trump team communications: intel report

Mr. Trump said he felt somewhat' vindicated by the revelations.

Four dead after terror attack outside U.K. Parliament

Man rams car into crowd, stabs police officer before being shot dead

UN rights chief blasts Colombo

Failure to investigate crimes reflects reluctance to take action, says Hussein

Worldwide condemnation for UK Parliament attack

Germany and its citizens stand resolutely and firmly alongside Britons: Merkel

Trump tells Republicans to fall in line on healthcare

At least 27 GOP representatives have indicated they will vote against the bill that will replace Obamacare

China reaches out to West Asia

Engaging rivals such as Syria, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Iran, all at the same time

Remembering 1971

Why Bangladesh has announced a Genocide Day

New platform seeks to unify Hindus in U.S.

American Hindu Coalition leaders say the organisation will be unique because of its bipartisan character

Targeting U.K. Parliament was no accident, says Theresa May

British lawmakers told to crawl to cover; PM May driven away to safety; London Police treating the attack as a terrorist incident until we know otherwise'.

Reports of possible gunfire near U.K. Parliament

Reuters photographer sees around six people injured on Westminster Bridge outside the British Parliament

New platform led by RSS activist seeks to unify Hindus in America

'The American Hindu Coalition will advocate strong strategic relations between the U.S and India'

Reports of possible gunfire near U.K. Parliament

Reuters photographer saw around six people injured on Westminster bridge outside the British Parliament.

New records show former Trump aide worked on secret plan for Putin

Paul Manafort proposed an ambitious political strategy to undermine anti-Russian opposition across former Soviet republics

Newly restored shrine surrounding 'Jesus's tomb' unveiled

The edicule surrounding the tomb in the shrine is a key part of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City.

Multiple bomb blasts rock migrant camp in Nigeria

There were four explosions inside the camp,' the coordinator of the Muna camp Tijjani Lumani says

U.S. Supreme Court limits President's power to temporarily fill vacant government posts

 The United States Supreme Court on March 21 limited the President's power to temporarily fill vacant government posts while nominations are tied up in partisan political fights.The 6-2 ruling said a ...

Newly restored shrine at Jesus's tomb unveiled

The newly restored shrine surrounding what is believed to be Jesus's tomb was unveiled at a ceremony in Jerusalem Wednesday following months of delicate work.Religious leaders opened the ceremony at ...

33 killed in US-led air strike in Syria: monitor

The school that was targeted hosts nearly 50 displaced families,' the collective said.

Palestinians in Jerusalem seek Israeli citizenship

The citizenship debate reflects the unsettled status of Jerusalem's 330,000 Palestinians who make up 37 percent of the city's population

US Supreme Court limits President's appointment power

 The US Supreme Court on March 21 limited the President's power to temporarily fill vacant government posts while nominations are tied up in partisan political fights.The 6-2 ruling said a former top ...

Palestinians in Jerusalem seek Israeli citizenship

More Palestinians in east Jerusalem are applying for Israeli citizenship in hopes of swapping their vulnerable status as mere city residents for the rights and ease of travel that come with an Israel...

Chinese premier to visit Australia to expand bilateral ties

Li's visit to Australia and New Zealand is the first by a Chinese premier in 11 years

US Supreme Court limits president's appointment power

 The US Supreme Court on March 21 limited the president's power to temporarily fill vacant government posts while nominations are tied up in partisan political fights.The 6-2 ruling said a former top ...

People voted for change, serious action: Trump

Trump said he is following through on his promise to secure, protect, and defend the borders of US.

Is there life after 60 for the EU?

The last decade has in particular brought one setback after another.

Two Indians jailed for smuggling foreign nationals into US

Two Indians have been sentenced to 17 months in prison by a federal court for their roles in smuggling foreign nationals into the US, the Department of Justice has said.Nilesh Kumar Patel, 42, and Har...

Pass health care bill or seal your fate: Trump to GOP

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that 24 million fewer people will have health insurance in 2026 under GOP bill.

Earthquake rocks Indonesia's Bali island

An earthquake has hit Indonesia's resort island of Bali, causing some panic among resident, but there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.The United States Geological Survey says the ma...

5 dead in Mogadishu bombing

At least five people were killed when a minibus laden with explosives blew up in Mogadishu on Tuesday, a local official said, the latest attack in the troubled Somali capital. wThe blast occurred at a...

U.S., U.K. limit electronic devices on planes

Those flying from airports in up to 10 Muslim-majority countries to be hit

Officer to face war crimes charges

 Bangladesh's war crimes tribunal has finalised charges against Muhammad Shahidullah , a former member of Pakistan Army. He will become the first Pakistani military officer to face war crimes char...

Trump ignores Russia revelation

At a rally, President keeps mum on Comey's comments, seeks support to 'Make America Great Again'

U.S. restricts electronic devices on planes

Those flying from 10 airports in eight Muslim-majority countries to be hit

Jesus's tomb to be unveiled to public

Wednesday's ceremony will mark completion of renovation of Christianity's most sacred monument

Officer to face war crimes charges

Bangladesh's war crimes tribunal has finalised charges against Muhammad Shahidullah , a former member of Pakistan Army. He will become the first Pakistani military officer to face war crimes charg...

Gotabaya denies role in killings

Shifts blame on ex-army chief Fonseka, asking why he did not stop death squads

Sinn Fein leader Martin McGuinness dies

He was Northern Ireland's former Deputy First Minister and one-time IRA commander.

Sinn Fein leader Martin McGuinness dies

Northern Ireland's former Deputy First Minister and one-time IRA commander Martin McGuinness has died aged 66, his Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein said on Tuesday.Mr. McGuinness had resigned from p...