Three people have been badly injured in clashes that erupted between rival fans at a key Brazilian league football match.
Concerned about the presence of foreign forces in the region, Iran and Afghanistan have decided to sign a joint cooperation agreement to boost “regional security” amid American efforts to force the Afghan president to seal a security pact with Washington.
Masked anti-government protesters toppled the monument to Vladimir Lenin in Kiev on Sunday pulling him down with steel ropes, and smashing the granite figure with sledgehammers.
Several bombings in the Iraqi capital Baghdad Sunday have left 30 people dead and almost 100 wounded in crowded markets, commercial districts and car repair shops.
Over 124 million people in the European Union – or almost a quarter of its entire population - live under the threat of poverty or social exclusion, a report by EU’s statistical office has revealed.
Outdoor radiation levels have reached their highest at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant,warns the operator company.Radiation found in an area near a steel pipe that connects reactor buildings could kill an exposed person in 20 minutes,local media reported.
India has been drawing up a new email policy to help secure government communications in the wake of US spying disclosures.
Thailand’s prime minister has announced that early elections demanded by the opposition will be held if a majority of people vote for them in a national referendum.
An underage boy shot in the back in the West Bank died in Ramallah hospital on Saturday. The victim’s father accused soldiers guarding the Israeli settlement nearby of the shooting, claiming it was a cold- blooded assassination in broad daylight.
WikiLeaks’ major achievement is in weakening the authority of US intelligence, according to the whistleblowing website founder, Julian Assange, who has just marked three years under virtual house arrest in the UK.
Ukraine’s protesters are planning the biggest rally since 2004 and the Orange Revolution. Organizers hope the protest, which comes amid violence that has left at least 35 people injured, will attract up to 1 million people to the streets of Kiev.
South Korea has announced it will expand its air defense zone in a move that could raise regional tensions with China.
Turkish PM has equated whistleblowing to “treason” when he slammed a Turkish daily for leaking state documents that included information on government’s profiling of citizens and surveillance on activities of religious groups.
Sweden's intelligence agency has not only spied on Russian leadership, sharing intelligence with the NSA, but also apparently engaged in industrial espionage against business targets such as Russia’s energy companies, Sveriges Television reports.
WikiLeaks founder and journalist, Julian Assange, has marked the third year spent in detention in UK under constant threat of extradition to Sweden.
A giant planet that has been found orbiting its star at 650 times the average Earth-Sun distance has stirred immense confusion in the minds of US astronomers, making them question planet formation theories.
Afghanistan’s defense minister has reassured the US that their security deal will be signed without delays.
A group of nuns who went missing in Syria after opposition forces took control of a Christian town this week say in a video that their evacuation was a rescue operation, not a kidnapping.
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Despite the historic Geneva Accord with Tehran, which calls for Iran to curb its nuclear activity in return for sanction easing, Washington is ready to boost military sales in the Gulf, as well as maintain its weighty presence.