22 killed, dozens injured in child care home fire

In Guatemala, at least 22 teenage girls were killed and injuring dozens more, after some residents set mattresses ablaze at a children’s care home in San Jose Pinula. The head

Hindu woman axed to death by a group in Balochistan

A Hindu woman has been axed to death by a group of unidentified persons in Pakistan’s restive southwestern Balochistan province. As per information received, Zania Kumari was attacked yesterday by

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Man who pretended to be Justin Bieber charged with more child sex offences

Queensland police have appealed for “extra vigilance” among young Justin Bieber fans after laying hundreds of extra charges against a man accused of posing as the singer to groom children

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Bill Gates says Indian-American’s book left him in tears

When Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2013, he was a 36-year-old on the verge of making big contributions to the world with his mind and hands. He

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Explosion, gunfire hit Kabul military hospital

In Afghanistan, at least two persons were killed when gunman attacked a military hospital close to the US embassy in the capital Kabul. Afghan Defence ministry said, the attack began

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Trump Administration moves court

In the United States, the Trump Administration has proposed a 60-day freeze in employment authorisation for H-4 visa-holders, who are primarily dependent spouses of H-1B visa-holders. The Department of Justice

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WikiLeaks releases hacking tool details of CIA

WikiLeaks has published thousands of documents purportedly taken from the CIA claiming that America’s premier spy agency partnered with foreign intelligence agencies to turn TVs and smartphones into weapons for

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Wildfires in US kills 5, force thousands from homes

In United States, emergency crews struggled to contain deadly wildfires that have scorched hundreds of square miles of land in four States and forced thousands of people to flee their

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Theresa suffers second defeat in House of Lords

British Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered a second Brexit Bill defeat in the House of Lords as peers backed, by 366 votes to 268, calls for a meaningful parliamentary

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4 died, dozens injured in train-charter bus crash

In the United States, at least four people died and dozens were injured when a train crashed into a charter bus in the southern state of Mississippi, authorities said. Police