London, June 19: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has vowed to remain in the Ecuadorian embassy in London even if accusations of sex crimes are dropped, BBC reported Wednesday.
Abuja, June 19: At least 60 people were killed in Nigeria Tuesday when some gunmen stormed four villages of Zamfara state early morning, residents and security sources said.
Washington, June 19: Two phone and Internet surveillance programmes run by the US National Security Agency (NSA) helped disrupt over 50 potential terrorist attacks against the US and its allies, the agency’s chief said Tuesday.
Washington, June 19: The US has decided to hold direct peace talks with the Taliban, senior White House officials have announced.
Islamabad, June 18: A member of the provincial assembly of Pakistan’s northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa was among 29 people killed in a suicide bombing Tuesday, media reports said.
London, June 18: A brigade in the Israeli Defence Forces has banned a soldier from reading out his own verses on the radio over fears that it might cast aspersions on the army’s “manliness”, a media report said.
London, June 18: Embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned Europe that it will live to regret arming rebel factions in the Syrian conflict.
New Delhi, June 18: The first of ten Boeing C-17 Globemaster III military transport aircraft, being purchased by India from the US, touched down at Hindon airbase near the capital Tuesday, marking a milestone in the modernisation of the Indian Air Force (IAF).
London, June 18: In what is being termed as the biggest single cut to the size of the British army, 4,480 soldiers have been handed redundancy notices after they applied for it, a media report said Tuesday.