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  • Blast at Pakistani minister's home kills at least six

    Blast at Pakistani minister's home kills at least six

    Six people were killed and at least 20 were buried under rubble when a large blast destroyed the home of Pakistani Punjab province home minister Shuja Khanzada on Sunday, rescue officials said.

  • PM Modi visits Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi

    PM Modi visits Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on his two-day visit to UAE, paid visit to Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.

  • Indonesian plane with 54 people onboard crashes in Papua

    Indonesian plane with 54 people onboard crashes in Papua

    The domestic passenger aircraft belonging to Trigana Air Service in Indonesia carrying 44 adults, five crew and five children and infants, crashed in the country's eastern Papua region.

  • Give evidence, says Pakistan on terrorist in India

    Give evidence, says Pakistan on terrorist in India

    Pakistan on Thursday said that India should provide evidence of any Pakistani found involved in terrorist activity on Indian soil.

  • BSE closes points 188.70 up on July 23

    BSE closes points 188.70 up on July 23

    Trading at the Bombay stock exchange today closed 188.70 points up to stand at 28,370.84. At the national stock exchange the nifty closed 43.70 points down to stand at 8,589.80.

  • Yemen airstrikes continue to defy UN truce

    Yemen airstrikes continue to defy UN truce

    Saudi-led air raids have killed at least 21 civilians in Yemen's capital Sanaa despite an UN-declared truce aimed at delivering desperately needed aid, military sources said. Residents say the air strikes began shortly after midnight.

  • AirAsia launches new flights between Bangkok and Bengaluru

    AirAsia launches new flights between Bangkok and Bengaluru

    Low cost airline, AirAsia announced five direct flights between Bengaluru and Thai capital Bangkok from September 01 onwards. The airline this year had expanded its routes, adding Thai provinces like Nan, Loei, Roi Et and Buri Ram to its destinations.

  • Greece closes its banks and stock exchange

    Greece closes its banks and stock exchange

    A decision by the European Central Bank to cap the amount of emergency funding left Athens with little choice but to introduce capital controls. On Sunday, central bank chiefs from around the euro zone and the ECB's executive, decided to freeze the limit on the emergency funding lifeline Greek banks rely on to pay out to savers.

  • Pakistan 'egg fighting' peaks in Ramadan

    Pakistan 'egg fighting' peaks in Ramadan

    Young people in Peshawar are turning to an old fashioned game to keep them occupied during the late Ramadan nights - egg fighting. The game involves using a brightly coloured boiled egg to crack your opponent's egg, and has been played for generations in Pakistan.

  • At least 19 killed in gun attack on Tunisian tourism hotel

    At least 19 killed in gun attack on Tunisian tourism hotel

    At least 19 people have been killed in an attack on a hotel in the Tunisian beach resort of Sousse, according to an interior ministry official. The attack was on the Imperial Marhaba hotel.

  • Taliban attack Afghanistan Parliament, evacuation on

    Taliban attack Afghanistan Parliament, evacuation on

    Taliban fighters on Monday launched an attack on the Afghan parliament in Kabul, setting off several large bombs as Members of Parliament were meeting inside.

  • Pakistan army chief vows to make Pakistan "terror free"

    Pakistan army chief vows to make Pakistan "terror free"

    Pakistan’s army chief, General Raheel Sharif vowed to apprehend all terrorists, their facilitators and financiers in order to achieve the objective of a 'terror-free' Pakistan. According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Sharif, who returned from a three-day visit to Moscow recently, spent the entire day with troops in the Khyber tribal Agency to review the progress of a military operation against terrorists, which is in its concluding phase.

  • Two women fight in a store in Indiana

    Two women fight in a store in Indiana

    A heated argument between two women at a Wal-Mart store leads to a fight. Watch the video...

  • Moment a 'ghost' appears outside Toowoomba home in Australia

    Moment a 'ghost' appears outside Toowoomba home in Australia

    Is this Australia's most haunted town? Toowoomba ghost chasers document dozens of spooky 'encounters' around city in regional Queensland. Video courtesy: Facebook/Toowoomba Ghost Catchers

  • Mother humiliates daughter in Facebook video for posing in bra

    Mother humiliates daughter in Facebook video for posing in bra

    Video of an mother is going viral after she posted a video calling out her 13-year-old daughter for posing as a 19-year-old on a secret Facebook page. Video courtesy: Facebook/Val HairLyfe Starks

  • Shocking moment: Woman is tasered by US Border Patrol

    Shocking moment: Woman is tasered by US Border Patrol

    Watch the moment 21-year-old Jess Cooke is tasered by US Border Patrol in what she claims was an illegal search. Video courtesy: Facebook/Jess Cooke

  • Japanese train breaks world speed record

    Japanese train breaks world speed record

    Japan's state-of-the-art maglev train clocks a new world speed record in a test run near Mount Fuji, smashing through the 600 kilometre (373 miles) per hour mark, as Tokyo races to sell the technology abroad. Video courtesy: AFP

  • French 'Spiderman' climbs world's highest twisted tower

    French 'Spiderman' climbs world's highest twisted tower

    Alain Robert, known as the French 'Spiderman' for having climbed many skyscrapers, successfully scales the highest twisted tower in the world, the Cayan Tower in Dubai. Video courtesy: AFP

  •  Video shows IS destroying ancient Assyrian city

    Video shows IS destroying ancient Assyrian city

    The Islamic State group have released a video that shows militants smashing artefacts at the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud in northern Iraq before blowing up the site. Video courtesy: AFP

  • 'Afghan Bruce Lee' waits for Hollywood stardom

    'Afghan Bruce Lee' waits for Hollywood stardom

    21-year-old Abbas Alizada known as the 'Afghan Bruce Lee,' dreams of becoming part of Hollywood and emulate his hero. Video: AFP