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In PHOTOS: Around the world in the last 24 hours

Presenting some of the best PHOTOGRAPHS from around the globe in the last 24 hours.A rebel waves as an Air Libya aircraft flies over Rhebat air strip after its opening. Ali Tarhouni, oil and......

The last photos of a fallen lensman in Libya

Chris Hondros, a New York-based photographer for Getty Images covering the battle for control of Libyan city of Misratah, was killed in an attack on April 20 that left three other journalists......

India tops slavery index with 14.3 million victims

Nearly 14.3 million people, including children, are ‘trapped’ in modern-day slavery in India, which tops a global index of people under bondage across the world with an estimated 35.8......

Hope is not a strategy to bring down the ISIS

The US and its allies must evolve a more comprehensive long-term plan to defeat the new danger that the caliphate poses to the world order. And India too must do its bit for course correction, says......

Preet Bharara wants legal immunity for Modi in US

'In this case, because the Executive Branch has determined that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as the sitting head of a foreign government, enjoys head of State immunity from the jurisdiction of US......

IOC to expand crude suppliers, plans 5 new oil deals

Indian Oil Corp plans to add three Latin American and two Middle Eastern countries to its annual oil purchase deals in the fiscal year through March, a parliamentary committee said, as the......

Full text of the BRICS declaration in Sanya

Leaders of BRICS -- China, Brazil, Russia, India and South Africa -- issued a joint declaration at the conclusion of the BRICS Summit in Sanya (China) on Thursday.The joint declaration lists the......

Why the mighty Airbus A380 is in trouble

The world's largest passenger airline, Airbus A380 is in trouble again five years after its maiden flight in 2005. A380's first delivery itself was delayed by two years due to technical......

Sports Shorts: World No 1 Lee denies doping allegations

Lee Chong Wei. Photograph: Syamsul Bahri Muhammad/Getty Images Badminton World No 1 Lee Chong Wei has denied cheating or relying on banned substances despite failing a doping test that could lead......

Manager shot at by gunmen, say Libyan team

Egyptian coach Hossam Al Badri was shot at in Libya on Saturday, hours after his team Al Ahli Tripoli had drawn a league match. "Our coach was shot at, at his home after a match in the league......

Cameroon's suspension ends; may play WC qualifiers

FIFA lifted Cameroon's indefinite suspension from international football on Monday, clearing the way for the team to finish their World Cup qualifiers. World soccer's governing body said the......

Cameroon suspended indefinitely by FIFA

Cameroon were suspended indefinitely by FIFA on Thursday because of government interference in the country's football federation.The four-times African champions, whose next and final World Cup......

Three African teams investigated over ineligible players

Ethiopia, Togo and Equatorial Guinea are facing disciplinary proceedings for allegedly fielding ineligible players in the World Cup qualifiers, FIFA said on Sunday. FIFA said in a statement that......
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Wave of jihad puts Tunisia's young democracy to a test

Sousse, Tunisia: Tunisians were used to seeing Nidhal Selmi belting around a stadium, proudly sporting his country's red and white colours as a... ...

http://www.firstpost.com/world/wave-of-jihad-puts-tunisias-young-democracy-to-a-test-1815295.html
Saudi Arabia leans on Gulf states to close ranks as region boils

11:42am IST DUBAI/DOHA (Reuters) - Gulf Arab states have shelved a bitter row among themselves, hoping to repair an alliance that has been... ...

http://in.reuters.com/article/2014/11/19/gulf-dispute-idINKCN0J30DD20141119
India tops slavery index with 14.3 million victims

Nearly 14.3 million people, including children, are ‘trapped’ in modern-day slavery in India, which tops a global index of people under... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/report/india-tops-slavery-index-with-143-million-victims/20141118.htm
Hope is not a strategy to bring down the ISIS

The US and its allies must evolve a more comprehensive long-term plan to defeat the new danger that the caliphate poses to the world order. And... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/column/hope-is-not-a-strategy-to-bring-down-the-isis/20141117.htm
Thousands Protest in Spain Over Western Sahara

People hold placards and Spanish flags (AFP Photo) Madrid, Spain: Several thousand people demonstrated in Madrid on Sunday in support of... ...

http://m.ndtv.com/article/world/thousands-protest-in-spain-over-western-sahara-621795

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