Pentagon Supports Review of Russia's Alleged INF Treaty Violation

The weapon in question is a ground-launched cruise missile called SSC-X-8 by American officials, and was originally tested in violation of the treaty in 2014. At the time , the treaty was considered an important step towards the end of the Cold War.... More..

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Donald Trump considers new ban on travel to US
by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Donald Trump considers new ban on travel to US

His executive order barred citizens from seven mainly Muslim countries from entering the US. This includes: seeking an immediate hearing at the Supreme Court; arguing the basis for the ban more thoroughly in ...More..

Qatar To Provide Millions In Financial Support To Gaza, Hamas Says
by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Qatar To Provide Millions In Financial Support To Gaza, Hamas Says

He was released in a 2011 prisoner exchange for Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Sanwar will be replacing Ismail Haniyya, who was the Prime Minister of the Hamas' government in Gaza after the militant group over...More..

by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

'Defund' rally brings out protesters on both sides

She and the girls held signs saying "Pray to End Abortion", though she said they're too young to understand what it means. Planned Parenthood - which provides a wide range of health care services for women, i...More..

by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus: Everything we know so far

Galaxy S8 Plus and its smaller brother have been scheduled to launch late next month but it looks like more and more leaks have started pouring out much before that, including the larger phone's support website...More..

Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino: Paris Saint-Germain are my team
by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino: Paris Saint-Germain are my team

It follows three seasons of supporting Ibrahimovic, predominantly from out wide, and Barca's head coach feels PSG are now reaping the benefits of having the 29-year-old playing to his strengths. Unai Emery sa...More..

Trump's official inauguration poster has glaring typo
by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Trump's official inauguration poster has glaring typo

TheHill.com reported Sunday that the portrait - issued and sold through the U.S. Library of Congress - reads, "No dream is too big, no challenge is to great". The department then misspelled its apology , ...More..

by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Encounter Underway With Terrorists In Jammu And Kashmir's Kulgam

Three soldiers were injured during the battle. Some shops also remained open on the day. The house owner's son Adil Reshi was caught in crossfire and died instantly, police officials said. "In case they are ou...More..

Joe Root appointed as England Test team skipper
by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Joe Root appointed as England Test team skipper

Hussain said he expected England to play a more aggressive brand of Test cricket with Root at the helm than had been the case under Cook and the opener's immediate predecessor as skipper, Andrew Strauss ."...More..

by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Total fire ban declared across NSW for Saturday and Sunday

However, Rural Fire Service spokesman Ben Shepherd said it was a matter of pure luck that the worst fires flared in parts of the state that were not heavily populated. No part of the state will face severe, ext...More..

by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

New Russia revelations pose new problems for Trump's NSA

Obama in December slapped sanctions on Russian Federation because of its alleged spying in the United States and because the USA intelligence community expressed a high degree of certainty that Russian Federati...More..

by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

S.Korean prosecutors to summon Samsung heir over bribery charges

The special prosecution team would also question two other executives of Samsung, the country's largest conglomerate, on Monday, the spokesman said. He told reporters that he was there to tell the truth. Samsun...More..

South Korea, US Say North Fires Ballistic Missile Into Sea Of Japan
by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

South Korea, US Say North Fires Ballistic Missile Into Sea Of Japan

The missile, which flew some 500 km and reached a height of 550 km before falling into the East Sea, is believed to be an improved version of a projectile observers call Musudan, the South Korean Joint Chiefs...More..

by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Deadly bomb blast at Pakistan protest rally in Lahore

Pakistani police say a large bomb has struck a protest rally in the eastern city of Lahore , killing at least seven people and wounding 40, Associated Press reported . Contingents of the police, Pakistan Ar...More..

by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Activists expect 100s to protest Dakota Access

Opponents of the Dakota Access pipeline are calling for protests around the world as the Army prepares to greenlight construction of the final stage of the project. Granado said the pipeline would be in service...More..

by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

32 dead in Taiwan bus crash: fire department

Local media said the passengers had been returning from a trip to a farm in central Taichung when the bus came off the road in eastern Taipei. The Taiwan Tourism Bureau said that the tour had been organised b...More..

Kailash Satyarthi's Nobel Citation Recovered, 3 Arrested For Theft
by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Kailash Satyarthi's Nobel Citation Recovered, 3 Arrested For Theft

Apart from technical surveillance, the cops also focused on record-based surveillance, he said. A list of suspects and bad characters of the locality was prepared during this exercise. When they learnt about ...More..

Dakota Access pipeline in court Monday
by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Dakota Access pipeline in court Monday

Judge James Boasberg will hear arguments on whether to stop work until a legal battle with Native American tribes has been resolved. The tribe, along with the Standing Rock Sioux, has opposed Energy Transfer Pa...More..

Man Who Got Lost 54 Years Ago Finally Finds Way Home
by | Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Man Who Got Lost 54 Years Ago Finally Finds Way Home

In 1963, just after the conclusion of the Sino-Indian war, Wang, a Chinese army surveyor, got lost, crossed over the Indian border, and was captured by Indian authorities. As Wang, in the coming days, reunites ...More..

Germany Voting for New President
by | Monday, February 13, 2017

Germany Voting for New President

The veteran Social Democrat and former foreign minister, who will assume the mostly ceremonial role on March 18, succeeds Joachim Gauck who didn't run for reelection. Steinmeier, a Social Democrat, had the supp...More..

by | Monday, February 13, 2017

President Erdogan ratifies amendments to Constitution

Brawls erupted between lawmakers during debates over the bill, highlighting the divisive nature of the changes, the most far-reaching constitutional shift since the creation of modern Turkey in 1923. Muhammet E...More..

Cambodian opposition to meet after leader's shock resignation
by | Monday, February 13, 2017

Cambodian opposition to meet after leader's shock resignation

The CNRP made strong gains in the disputed 2013 elections, taking 55 seats while Hun Sen's party took 68. Sam Rainsy's decision to resign from his position as the president of the opposition Cambodia National...More..

by | Monday, February 13, 2017

Hamburg airport halts flights, hunhdreds evacuated in bad air scare

Hundreds more had to wait outside in freezing winter temperatures for more than an hour, while subway trains to the airport were also halted. "We have cancelled all flight at least until 2pm and most parts ...More..

Greece evacuates 75000 people to defuse WWII bomb
by | Monday, February 13, 2017

Greece evacuates 75000 people to defuse WWII bomb

Greek army experts had managed to defuse the detonator by 13:00 local time (1100 GMT), Apostolos Tzitzikostas told national broadcaster ERT, adding that within the next few hours the bomb will be transferred ...More..

Trump Adviser Repeats Baseless Claims Of Voter Fraud In New Hampshire
by | Monday, February 13, 2017

Trump Adviser Repeats Baseless Claims Of Voter Fraud In New Hampshire

Mr Miller, who previously worked for Tea Party founder Michele Bachman and then for Mr Trump's new Attorney General Jeff Sessions, said the President is not willing to bow down to the courts over his "extreme v...More..

Turkish president: Troops entered IS stronghold in Syria
by | Monday, February 13, 2017

Turkish president: Troops entered IS stronghold in Syria

In late December, the two countries brokered a cease-fire for Syria and in January they sponsored peace talks in Astana, Kazakhstan. However, the Turkish military responded saying it had warned Russian Federati...More..

by | Sunday, February 12, 2017

$30K bounty set for capture of Peru's ex-President Toledo

Judge Richard Concepcion ordered 18 months "preventive" prison and issued both a national and worldwide arrest warrant for Toledo, 70, on Thursday. A judge in Peru has ordered the arrest of ex-president Aleja...More..

by | Sunday, February 12, 2017

Manager Mark Warburton makes surprise Rangers exit

Rangers have chose to return to their historic days of craziness by annoucing the resignation of manager Mark Warburton. even though he was unaware of his own departure! The Glasgow-based club are now withou...More..

by | Sunday, February 12, 2017

Wind blows semi over onto Wyoming Highway Patrol auto

There was nobody in the cruiser that was crushed, as the officers were assisting someone else, per CBS4 . The footage, taken on a highway in Wyoming, US, shows the vehicle being blown off balance as it drive...More..

by | Sunday, February 12, 2017

12 killed as landslides hit 3 Bali villages

Incessant rain in the past five days caused rivers on Sumbawa Island to break their banks and inundate seven sub-districts in West Nusa Tenggara province, the disaster mitigation agency said. The disaster agenc...More..

Warman fastest growing municipality in Canada
by | Saturday, February 11, 2017

Warman fastest growing municipality in Canada

Castlegar's national population rank is 480 out of 4,870. Only New Brunswick, which declined at a rate of -0.5 per cent, showed slower population growth in the past five years. The first census after Confederat...More..

by | Saturday, February 11, 2017

Caster Semenya will have to wait for unexpected Olympic gold

CAS issued a decision on Friday regarding Savinova-Farnosova, determining that she was doping between 26 July 2010 through to 19 August 2013. Semenya, who won the world two-lap title in 2009 and the Olympic c...More..

by | Saturday, February 11, 2017

Mexico warns citizens after USA deportation of undocumented mother

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials. Police posted on Twitter that they arrested about seven protesters, but added that the demonstration was mainly peaceful. "It is hard to stay in this countr...More..

White House weighs designating Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terrorist group
by | Saturday, February 11, 2017

White House weighs designating Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terrorist group

US officials familiar with the matter said this would add to measures the United States has already imposed on individuals and entities linked to the IRGC. A designation of the entire IRGC as a terrorist group ...More..

EU's Mogherini Says US Committed to JCPOA Implementation
by | Saturday, February 11, 2017

EU's Mogherini Says US Committed to JCPOA Implementation

Earlier on Friday she said that meetings with the Trump administration had given her confidence that the USA was committed to following through with the Iran nuclear deal. "I also tweet", she said, adding, "I a...More..

Multinational 'Aman-17' naval exercise begins in Karachi
by | Saturday, February 11, 2017

Multinational 'Aman-17' naval exercise begins in Karachi

Asked about India focusing on increasing its naval assets, Hussaini said the Aman-17 exercise was aimed at promoting inter-operability and not at preparing for war. Threats such as maritime terrorism, drug traf...More..

President Trump backtracks on Israeli settlements, Jerusalem embassy
by | Saturday, February 11, 2017

President Trump backtracks on Israeli settlements, Jerusalem embassy

But we are looking at that, and we are looking at some other options we'll see. Speaking to the Israel Hayom newspaper a day after meeting the paper's billionaire owner Sheldon Adelson, Trump said he believ...More..

Sean Spicer Slams NBC Reporter on Navy SEAL's Death in Yemen
by | Saturday, February 11, 2017

Sean Spicer Slams NBC Reporter on Navy SEAL's Death in Yemen

A report this morning stated that Yemen is "reassessing" the January 29 attack on a suspected terrorist compound. Meanwhile, in light of the raid's many civilian casualties, the Yemeni government is starting...More..

by | Saturday, February 11, 2017

UK House of Commons approves final European Union exit bill

The bill now goes to the House of Lords, which has the power to delay -but not to derail- the legislation; it should become law within weeks. "As the co-leader of a Party which stands for environmental, social ...More..

by | Friday, February 10, 2017

United Kingdom speaker opposes letting US President Trump address parliament

He said , however, that Commons Speaker John Bercow contacted him Tuesday morning. The extraordinary intervention ended the chances of President Trump addressing both houses of parliament in Westminster Hall...More..

by | Friday, February 10, 2017

Vatican summit participants vow efforts to stop organ trafficking

Christians, members of the Falun Gong spiritual movement, ethnic Tibetans and Uighur's are among those who have been imprisoned for the beliefs in China and killed so their organs can be harvested, campaigners ...More..

by | Friday, February 10, 2017

Top US Commander Says More Troops Needed in Afghanistan

The top American military leader in Afghanistan doesn't think the U.S.is winning the war in that country. "Offensive capabilities [aviation and special forces] will break the stalemate ", he told the panel...More..

by | Friday, February 10, 2017

The President Finally Weighs In On Nordstrom's Ivanka Trump Dump

Nordstrom shares took a brief tumble Wednesday after President Donald Trump tweeted that the department store chain that chose to stop selling Ivanka Trump's clothing and accessory line had treated his daughte...More..

by | Friday, February 10, 2017

Trump, Trudeau to meet in Washington

At that time, the leaders "reiterated the importance of Canada-United States bilateral relationship, and discussed various areas of interest", CTV reported. She said she had conveyed that same stance to Tillers...More..

by | Thursday, February 09, 2017

Nigerian President Extends Leave in United Kingdom for Medical Tests

The president needed to go for more tests, as outlined in a letter to parliament on Sunday requesting extended medical leave. Despite a well-funded state house clinic, this is Buhari's second medical trip in le...More..

2Baba's Foundation apologises to fans over cancelled protest
by | Thursday, February 09, 2017

2Baba's Foundation apologises to fans over cancelled protest

The Lagos State Police Command had backed down on its threat to stop the nationwide protest. Some 500 people gathered from early morning at the National Stadium in the commercial capital, holding signs incl...More..

Falling ice, slippery roads, outages reported across GTA after freezing rain
by | Thursday, February 09, 2017

Falling ice, slippery roads, outages reported across GTA after freezing rain

The freezing rain warning has ended after a wintry messy mix landed on the capital, including about 11 millimetres of freezing rain and ice pellets, nearly seven centimetres of snow and one millimetre of rain. ...More..

by | Thursday, February 09, 2017

Former PM Farmajo wins Somalia's presidential vote

The group said it killed Siyad Ali Abdi, 26, Ahmed Ibrahim, 28, Yusuf Makaran, 58, and Abdullahi Omar, 26, after its court convicted them of assisting drone attacks in Somalia which killed rebel leaders. Somali...More..

Buddhist monk arrested in Myanmar with 4 million meth pills
by | Thursday, February 09, 2017

Buddhist monk arrested in Myanmar with 4 million meth pills

An anti-drugs task force had been tipped off that the monk, named Arsara, was carrying an illegal haul when he was stopped driving in the northern Rakhine state bordering Bangladesh. "It is not a very common ca...More..

by | Thursday, February 09, 2017

Turkey announces plans to launch military operations in Syria's Raqqa

The officials did not say if the Turkish president, who had previously criticised the then-candidate for his plans to ban Muslims entry the United States - he also called for his name to be removed from Trump T...More..