The Hindu : International (176)

'Gunfire' sparks panic in London, but police find nothing

Earlier the police said they were responding to 'terrorist related' incident

No evidence of shots fired on Oxford Street: London Police

Earlier the police said they were responding to 'terrorist related' incident

Flynn moves to cooperate with Mueller probe: report

His lawyers had been sharing data with Trump's legal team

'Doubts rise over Rohingya repatriation agreement'

Experts and aid groups question implementation process

Saudi Crown Prince calls Khamenei 'new Hitler'

As tensions simmer between the kingdom and Iran.

Swedish Academy cuts ties with man accused of sex assault

18 women recount their experience in national newspaper

Arrest Hafiz Saeed and charge him for his crimes, U.S. tells Pakistan

Expresses its "deep concern" over the release of the LeT leader from house arrest.

Hafiz Saeed vows to continue Kashmir struggle

It's a rearticulation of the agenda of terrorists thriving in Pakistan: Home Ministry

Bomb blast, firing in Egypt mosque kill 235, injure 109

Militants strike at Al-Rowda mosque in the restive North Sinai, during Friday prayers.

U.S. asks Pakistan to arrest Hafiz Saeed and charge him for his crimes

In a statement, the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad expresses deep concern' at his release from house arrest.

Hafiz Saeed calls Nawaz Sharif 'a traitor' for seeking peace with India

You betrayed the people of Kashmir.... you were ousted from power because you committed treason for trying to develop close relations with Modi,' says the JuD chief during a Friday sermon in a Lahore mosque after his release from house arrest.

Bomb blast, firing in Egypt mosque kill 235, injures 120

Militants strike at Al-Rowda mosque in the restive North Sinai , during Friday prayers.

Hafiz Saeed calls Nawaz Sharif 'a traitor' for seeking peace with India

You betrayed the people of Kashmir.... you were ousted from power because you committed treason for trying to develop close relations with Modi,' Saeed said during a Friday sermon in a Lahore mosque.

Bomb blast near Egypt's mosque kills 54, injures 75

Explosive was planted near Al-Rowda mosque in the restive North Sinai and went off during Friday prayers.

Cheering Zimbabweans greet country's new leader Mnangagwa

Emerges as a symbol of hope in the beleaguered African nation, after the resignation of Mugabe

South Africa's appeals court more than doubles Pistorius' sentence

Pistorius was imprisoned in July last year after being found guilty on appeal of murdering girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.

Vast majority of suspects in graft probe agreeing to settlement, crown prince says

Prince Mohammed repeated a previous official estimate that the government could eventually recover around $100 billion of illicit money through settlements.

Senior police officer killed in suicide blast in Peshawar

Additional Inspector General Headquarters Ashraf Noor and his gunman were killed and six cops escorting the vehicle were injured in the blast, police said.

World's smallest tape recorder built from bacteria

Mr. Wang and his team created the microscopic data recorder by taking advantage of CRISPR-Cas, an immune system in many species of bacteria.

Papua New Guinea officials remove last refugees from camp

The camp was closed after a court ruled Australia's policy of housing asylum seekers there was unconstitutional. But the men fear for their safety in Lorengau because of threats from locals.

Zimbabwe's ruling party assured Mugabe he wouldn't face prosecution

Mugabe could be present at Emmerson Mnangagwa's swearing-in on Friday morning; opposition party MDC-T said it had not been invited

Texas trooper killed during traffic stop; suspect in custody

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called the trooper's killing a heinous crime' in a statement on Thursday. Mr. Abbott also expressed his most sincere condolences' to the trooper's family.

Sound heard in Argentine sub search was likely 'explosion'

The U.S. Navy and an international nuclear test-ban monitoring organization said a hydro-acoustic anomaly' was produced just hours after the navy lost contact with the sub on Nov. 15. It was near the submarine's last known location.

China chides Australia for 'irresponsible' policy paper

China urged Australia on Thursday to refrain from making irresponsible remarks' after Canberra issued a foreign policy paper citing security risks in the disputed South China Sea caused by Beijing'...

Philippines' Duterte ditches peace process with Maoist rebels

The president signed on Thursday the proclamation terminating the peace talks, which were being brokered by Norway.

Hafiz Saeed walks free as house arrest ends

A Review Board of the Lahore High Court had ordered him to be freed on Tuesday.

Millions of officials urged to read Xi's book

Second volume of the work contains President's speeches, ideological thoughts and instructions

Pakistan failed to save Katas Raj temple, says its Supreme Court

Slams government of Punjab province over drying up of sacred pond at site

Army action for troops on China border

In the backdrop of the Dokalam standoff, the Army has decided to significantly ramp up road infrastructure along the Sino-India border and tasked its Corps of Engineers to work on it to ensure swift...

China, Djibouti to forge 'strategic' ties

This comes in the backdrop of African nation hosting Beijing's overseas military base

Police order asylum seekers out of Australia-run camp

Forces confiscate food, water and personal belongings

IS propaganda media goes offline for a day

It's unprecedented silence, say analysts

Rajput Groups in U.K. protest over 'Padmavati' certification

The film has been given a 12A rating by the BBFC

Myanmar, Bangladesh sign agreement on Rohingya Muslims

Under the deal, the repatriation process is expected to begin in two months.

Myanmar, Bangladesh sign agreement on Rohingya Muslims

However, refugees doubt the pact after burning of their houses and grabbing of their land.

Pakistan hints at taking Kashmir issue to ICJ a la Kulbushan Jadhav case by India

Attorney General is working on the matter and may update in due course: Foreign Office spokesman Mohammad Faisal

U.S. telecom regulator takes the step to repeal Net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission has drafted a plan where the federal government will stop micromanaging the internet.

Philippines president likely to return police to drugs war soon: spokesman

There is a strong likelihood" Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will lift a suspension on police from his war on drugs, his spokesman said on Thursday, a move likely to alarm activists who accus...

Time to 'rescind' Pakistan's major non-NATO ally status: U.S. expert

Nine years after 26/11, its mastermind still eludes justice. It is time to rescind Pakistan's status as a major non-NATO ally,' Bruce Riedel, a top U.S. expert on security, South Asia and counter-terrorism told PTI.

Pope's Asia tour stirs fond memories for Thai-based cousin

The cousins have not seen each other in three years but exchange letters funnelled through the Vatican Embassy in Bangkok.

US telecom regulator announces plan to scrap Net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission has drafted a plan where the federal government will stop micromanaging the internet.

US telecom regulator announces plan to scrap net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission has drafted a plan where the federal government will stop micromanaging the internet.

U.S. switched position, forcing U.K.'s exit

After India raised the issue with Trump administration, it suspended its campaign for British nominee

Trump calls dad of UCLA basketball players an 'ungrateful fool'

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday reignited a feud with the father of one of the three UCLA basketball players who were detained in China on suspicion of shoplifting, calling him an ungrateful...

Former Jamaat MP, 5 others get death

Court finds them guilty of war crimes

Singapore to get driverless buses from 2022

Vehicles to be deployed in three new suburban towns in a pilot project

'Rakhine operation was ethnic cleansing'

Tillerson says the U.S. will consider targeted sanctions against those responsible

Terror label a serious provocation: North Korea

North Korea denounced on Wednesday U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to re-list it as a state sponsor of terrorism, calling it a serious provocation and violent infringement', North Korean state...

3 missing as U.S. Navy plane crashes in sea

It was on a routine flight from Japan

Mnangagwa heads home; to be sworn in on Friday

Speaker confirms the news hours after Mugabe's resignation