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A 5.2-magnitude earthquake struck northern Greece early on Saturday, the country\'s earthquake observatory said, with no reports of victims or major damage.
The Pentagon has announced the first death of a U.S. military member involved in the campaign against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will host journalists over tea today in the national capital in what will be his first formal outreach to the media.
Sultan Muslim, a Syrian Kurd, had no doubt what to name her seventh child when he was born, safely in Turkey, after a harrowing month-long flight from her home in Kobane: Obama.
War-Scarred Ukraine Set For Key Polls  (25 October 09:48 am) 
Ukraine voters will go to the polls on Sunday in elections set to dramatically reshape parliament, after a year of upheavals in which a deadly pro-Russian uprising has threatened to splinter the
How do you defend yourself against scores of tear gas wielding police while manning the barricades at Hong Kong\'s protest camps? Unleash the wrath of Chinese deity Guan Yu.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has said that all three persons arrested in connection with the blast in West Bengal\'s Burdwan district on October 2 are members of the terror group,
New York and New Jersey will automatically quarantine medical workers returning from Ebola-hit West African countries and the U.S. government is considering the same step after a doctor who treated
Anxiety on Ebola From Bellevue to Brooklyn  (25 October 09:15 am) 
Less than 24 hours after the first diagnosis of Ebola in New York City, worries about a public panic were giving way to a desire to restore order as quickly as possible.
Hundreds of thousands of Ebola vaccine doses could be rolled out to West Africa by mid-2015, the World Health Organization said on Friday, after new cases of the virus were reported in New York and a
A well-known computer scientist parachuted from a balloon near the top of the stratosphere Friday, falling faster than the speed of sound and breaking the world altitude record set just two years ago.
The final social media postings of the teenage gunman in Friday\'s US school shooting had offered a chilling forewarning of the carnage he was preparing to unleash on his classmates.
The hatchet-wielding man who attacked several police officers in Queens was described by police officials on Friday as a \"self-radicalized\" Muslim convert who was inspired by terrorist groups like
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday congratulated TV channels for showing dirty streets after Diwali celebrations, saying telecasting such visuals would create awareness among people about the
Three more polio cases have surfaced in Pakistan, increasing the number of new cases in the country to a record 220, the WHO said on Friday as countries across the globe observed World Polio Day to
An anti-terrorist court (ATC) in Pakistan on Friday acquitted a co-accused in the 2002 kidnapping and murder case of US journalist Daniel Pearl for lack of evidence.
A second US nurse has been cured of Ebola but is not yet ready to leave the Atlanta, Georgia hospital where she is being treated, Emory University Hospital said Friday.
Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari will inaugurate the electronic toll collection system on October 31, a few days later than planned earlier.
A Sacramento County sheriff\'s deputy who was shot while investigating a suspicious vehicle has died.
Vietnamese Prime Minister to Visit India  (25 October 03:46 am) 
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung will be on a two-day visit to India next week, the external affairs ministry said on Friday.
The hatchet-wielding man who wounded two New York City police officers, critically injuring one, was a self-radicalized convert to Islam who is believed to have acted alone in what police on Friday
Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday it was too early to discuss cutting the number of US troops stationed in Asia and South Korea, amid increased tensions on the heavily guarded peninsula.
A nurse who caught Ebola while caring for a patient from Liberia who died of the disease walked out of a Washington-area hospital virus-free on Friday and into open arms.
A student opened fire at a US school on Friday, killing another student and injuring several others before taking his own life, police and reports said.
The police in Marysville, Washington, said Friday that a student was dead after opening fire at a high school in this city north of Seattle.