At least six Afghan employees of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) were killed on Wednesday by suspected Islamic State gunmen in northern Afghanistan, officials said.
Yemen reviews deadly US raid on al-Qaeda, but stops short of issuing ban
Yemen's top diplomat said the country has called for a “reassessment” of a Jan. 28 raid that left multiple civilians and a U.S. service member dead, but Yemen did not issue an outright ban on future American-led missions, a report said Wednesday.
Why did Yemen ask the US to slow down its ground troop activity?Christian Science Monitor
Yemen calls for 'reassessment' of US terror raidUSA TODAY
In blow to Trump, Yemen halts US military anti-terror operations after botched raidRaw Story
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The UK Parliament is set to discuss and vote on a crucial bill which will give Prime Minister Theresa May the authority to officially trigger Brexit and start negotiations for leaving the 28-member European Union.
Prominent Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny on Wednesday faced a guilty verdict in a trial that could end his bid to challenge President Vladimir Putin in next year`s presidential poll.
China on Wednesday defended its move to block a move in the United Nations to designate Pathankot attack mastermind and Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Pathankot attack mastermind and Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist.
The New York Police Department agreed Thursday to further cut back stop-and-frisk tactics – even as city investigators were using data gleaned from the practice to arrest the man now accused in a vicious sexual assault and murder. The discovery of 30-year-old Karina Vetrano’s body in a Queens park in August made national headlines as […]
Oh, no! I did it again. It was a foolish mistake. But I slipped. I read The New York Times. This is bad for my health, because I get so mad at the smug socialist spin, but how can I not read it? It’s my hometown paper. My wife wakes me up with indignant questions […]
BRASILIA/SAO PAULO, Feb 8 (Reuters) – Brazil opened a formal
complaint against Canada at the World Trade Organization (WTO)
on Wednesday, accusing the country of distorting the global
aerospace industry with subsidies for planemaker Bombardier Inc
Feb 8 (Reuters) – Alaska Air Group Inc, which became
the fifth-largest U.S. carrier after completing its $2.6 billion
acquisition of Virgin America Inc in December, reported a 10.7
percent rise in quarterly revenue as it flew more passengers.
* Anti-dumping duties up to 64.9 pct, for subsidies up to
11.5 pct (Adds industry reaction)