A 5.5-magnitude earthquake jolted parts of northwest Pakistan on Tuesday, causing panic among people in several cities.
Islamic State militants have slit the throats of five journalists working for a Libyan TV station in the eastern part of the country, an army commander said on Monday.
Raja Rajeswari has been sworn-in as a criminal court judge here by Mayor Bill de Blasio, becoming the first India-born woman to be appointed a judge in the New York City.
A South Korean appeals court on Tuesday found the captain of the Sewol ferry that sank a year ago guilty of murdering the 304 people who died in the disaster and upped his sentence to life imprisonment.
A Punjabi-origin girl is all set to make her political debut in the upcoming UK elections and that too at the age of 19.
The city of Baltimore witnessed rioting as people took to the streets after the funeral of a black man who allegedly died due to injuries suffered under police custody.
As several research reports predict that the Indian community’s vote will be decisive in at least 50 of the 650 constituencies, figures show that its historical support for the Labour party has fallen considerably, but the party remains its favourite.
The Clinton Foundation has admitted mistakes were made in the reporting of foreign governments grants for tax purposes but disputed allegations that it tried to conceal them.
Hundreds of Nepalis, angered and frustrated by the government's slow response, were digging through rubble themselves on Tuesday to find remains of their loved ones after a devastating earthquake three days ago killed more than 4,300 people.
Berlin knew the risks of flying over war-torn east Ukraine before Flight MH17 was shot out of the sky last year but did not inform German airlines, local media has reported.
Aid groups are rushing to get crucial supplies to survivors of Nepal's devastating earthquake, which has killed more than 2,500 people.
Wedged between the two rising Asian powers of China and India, landlocked Nepal watched rescuers and offers of help pour in from both sides within hours of an earthquake that killed more than 4,000 people.
Nepal's only international airport in Kathmandu, which has witnessed chaotic scenes since the 7.9-magnitude quake, has been hit by congestion that resulted in several flights being diverted to nearby airports in India on Tuesday morning.
Rescuers raced against time to pull survivors out of the rubble and rush food and water to tens of thousands displaced by the massive quake that devastated Nepal even as the death toll rose to 4,310 on Tuesday.
Rioting broke out on Monday in Baltimore, a city just miles from the national capital, shortly after the funeral of a black man who died last week of injuries suffered in police custody.