Colombo's Catholic Church head sceptical about ongoing probe into Easter Sunday bombings, says 'it will end in nothing'
The head of Colombo's Catholic church in Sri Lanka Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith has expressed dissatisfaction over the ongoing probe in the April 21 Easter Sunday bombings.
In a series of coordinated attacks by suicide bombers that killed over 250 people, Sri Lanka mourns the aftermath of the Easter Sunday bombings.
Sri Lanka bomb blasts: UN expresses alarm over rise in prejudice against minorities, says govt 'shouldn't tolerate' communal violence
Sri Lanka officials added that 'the Government needs to give the example that it will not tolerate the spread of prejudice and hate. This needs to be done at the national and local level, by putting an end to local discriminatory practices'.
JAXA releases images that show details of the pockmarked surface of the asteroid that Hayabusa2 bombed.
Afghanistan elections: At least 3 killed, over 30 wounded after explosions at polling centres across Kabul
At least three people were killed and more than 30 wounded, acting Afghanistan health ministry spokesman Mohibullah Zeer said, hours after the Taliban warned voters to boycott the ballot "to protect their lives". The Italian NGO Emergency said 37 people had been taken to its trauma hospital in Kabul, including a dead child.
Islamic State suicide bomber kills 20 people in Afghanistan's Helmand; 9 policemen killed in Taliban attack in Kandahar
An Islamic State suicide bomber killed 20 people in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday, including a Taliban commander
Iraq executes 13, including 11 convicted on charges relating to terrorism; killers of security forces personnel among those punished
Iraq has executed 13 people, including 11, convicted on charges relating to "terrorism", the justice ministry said on Monday.
Indian Navy resumes target practice at Netrani Island after govt clearance; environmental hotspot under threat again
Local fishermen and environmentalists got a rude shock on Tuesday, 27 March, when naval warships resumed shelling the ecologically sensitive Netrani Island.
Army denies Pakistan's claim of killing Indian soldiers along LoC; calls video 'false and fabricated'
The Indian Army on Sunday denied Pakistan's claim that five Indian soldiers were killed along the LoC in cross border firing.
Pakistan's envoy to the US has said the Haqqani network, blamed for Wednesday's massive bombing in Kabul, has moved to Afghanistan.
Zynab Al-Harbiya, a 12-year-old from Melbourne, was among the 17 people killed on Monday when a car bomb exploded outside a popular ice cream shop in Baghdad.
A "suspicious" package has been declared safe after army bomb disposal experts were called to a street in Hulme, near Manchester city centre.
South Africa begin their three-month tour of England with a one-day international against the hosts at Leeds on Wednesday and team manager Mohammed Moosajee admitted the players were concerned.
Bombings across three Afghan cities including Kabul killed around 50 people on Tuesday, in a day of carnage that shattered a relative lull in violence as Taliban insurgents escalate a deadly winter campaign.
Hundreds of people have been killed since Tuesday in a concerted push by the government and its allies to quash resistance in the rebel-held eastern part of Aleppo to reestablish control over Syria's biggest pre-war city
Nearly 30 people, including women and children, were killed and more than 100 injured today in a blast at a popular shrine in Pakistan's volatile Balochistan province, officials said
A roadside bomb apparently targeting a judge injured at least 13 people in Pakistan's southwestern city of Quetta on Thursday, officials said.
The Baghdad attacker, who was on foot, blew up his explosives-laden vest at a police checkpoint in the northern neighbourhood of Shula.
French Ambassador Francois Delattre compared Aleppo's plight to that of Sarajevo during the Bosnian war