Solar Plane Arrives in Arizona on Latest Leg of Global Trip
An airplane powered only by sunlight has arrived in a Phoenix suburb after completing the latest leg of its global trip.
Threats Force Afghan Boy, Fan of Messi, to Leave the Country
The family first traveled to the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, but couldn't stay there long because of the high cost of living.
Tens of Thousands Shiite Pilgrims Converge on Baghdad Shrine
Sunni extremists, who see Shiite as apostates, have still managed to launch several attacks on the pilgrims.
Father Held After Forcing Son into Facebook Live Boxing Match
As viewers expressed outrage at his behaviour, Sellers stood by the video, saying that it was his decision how to discipline the juvenile.
Spanish Police Arrest 4 for Suspected Jihad Links
The statement said the four formed part of an organized group that worked intensely to spread extremist material on the Internet.
MQM Calls on Sharif to Resign Voluntarily
The statement added that in a civilised society, people holding top offices resigned voluntarily and waited for inquiry findings.
Toddler Rescued 4 Days After Kenya Building Collapse
Nairobi police chief Japheth Koome called it a "miracle" and said the emergency services were continuing their rescue efforts.
Pakistani Police Arrest Five for Desecrating Sikh's Turban
Singh said the clash came after he and other passengers complained when their bus broke down during the journey.
Chinese 'Invaders' Send Cash Registers Ringing in Russia
Russia has never taken kindly to invasions, with the French under Napoleon and Hitler's Germany suffering crippling defeats in the great wars.
Indo-US Defence Ties Growing at Terrific Rate: Official
The last Malabar exercise was a pretty high end exercise involving the US, Japan and India.
US Asks Pakistan to Make Full Payment for F-16, no Subsidy
The US has asked Pakistan to "put forward" its "national funds" to buy eight F-16 fighter jets.
Indonesian Villagers 'Mistook Sex Toy for Angel'
Rapidly-spreading news of a heavenly offering and fears of possible social unrest that it might spark prompted a police probe.
Pakistan Leaders Knew Osama's Location but US has no Proof: Clinton
The US Navy Seals' raid killed bin Laden in 2011 at his compound in Abbottabad town near Pakistan army's elite training school.
Pakistan has One Month Time to Grab US F16 Fighter Jet Deal
A senior Pakistani official told that Pakistan is unlikely to buy F-16s at its full price as being told by the United States now.
'Pakistan's Trustworthiness was Questionable by US for Osama Raid'
Bin Laden was the founder of al-Qaeda, the group that claimed responsibility for the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.
Myanmar's Parliament to Debate Proposal to End Fighting in Western State
The motion, which was approved in the house on Monday, also called for bringing the Arakan Army into political dialogue, Xinhua news agency reported.
Latest on 2016 Presidential Race on the Eve of Indiana's Primary
Donald Trump kicks off his final rally ahead of Indiana's primary with more endorsements.
Pakistan Slams Trump's Remarks About Release of CIA-doctor
Afridi, who is known in Pakistan as a CIA doctor and has been described as a hero in the US, is serving a 33-year-long imprisonment for treason.
Refugee Sets Herself Alight at Immigration Camp on Nauru
His actions were a protest intended to coincide with a visit to the island by representatives of the U.N. refugee agency.
Son of Ex-FBI Agent Says US is Letting Dad 'Rot' in Iran Jail
The White House has consistently said Levinson was not working for the US government when he disappeared.
Not Angry at India, China or Japan, But at Incompetent US Leaders: Trump
In his address, the New York billionaire continued to lash out at the Obama administration for his economic policies.
Obama: I Hope Bin Laden Thought of 9/11 Victims as we Cornered Him
CIA marked the raid on Laden's compound anniversary by "live tweeting" the events as they unfolded that night in Pakistan.
Trump Poised to Seal Victory at 'Crossroads of America'
Billionaire says contest for nomination will be 'over' if he wins in Indiana as rivals make desperate last stand
Death Toll From Collapsed Building in Kenya Rises to 22
The agency said rescuers were racing against time to save the lives of people still trapped in the rubble.
Cambodia Shortens School Hours Due to Hot Temperatures
The new rule deducts 30 minutes at the end of morning classes and 30 minutes at the beginning of afternoon classes.

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