Obsessed with Assange, Mike Pompeo wanted WikiLeaks founder kidnapped, assassinated or poisoned, claims report
The Yahoo News investigation is based on conversations with more than 30 former US officials
US prosecutors have indicted Assange on 17 espionage charges and one charge of computer misuse over WikiLeaks’ publication of leaked military and diplomatic documents a decade ago
US warship's secret Africa mission aims to help punish Venezuela, deter attempts to jailbreak Maduro aide before extradition
US cruiser San Jacinto recently sailed across the Atlantic to keep a close eye on Alex Saab, a Colombian businessman, widely believed to be the architect of the economic deals that are keeping the Maduro government afloat, who was arrested in June in Cape Verde
Harvey Weinstein, who is serving a 23-year prison sentence on convictions for rape and sexual assault against two women, made a brief appearance Friday in a Buffalo courtroom in the US
France stops ratification of extradition agreement with Hong Kong, says treaty to remain 'as it stands'
Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US suspended similar treaties with Hong Kong last month after China imposed a new national security law on the city
The coronavirus pandemic may impact the timescale for the extradition to India of liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya, who lost his UK High Court appeal on Monday against the Indian government’s fraud and money laundering case
Undergrad Bangladeshi student at Visva Bharati University asked to leave India in 15 days for engaging in 'anti-govt' activities
A Bangladeshi student of Visva Bharati University has been asked by the home ministry to leave the country for reportedly engaging in 'anti-government activities'
Vijay Mallya extradition case: UK High Court to hear today liquor baron's appeal against handing over to India
Liquor baron Vijay Mallya is expected to return to court on Tuesday as the UK High Court begins hearing his appeal against being extradited to India to face fraud and money laundering charges amounting to Rs 9,000 crores
UK court orders sale of Force India yacht linked to Vijay Mallya; proceeds to be used to pay back Qatar National Bank loan
During court proceedings, brought by the bank in the Admiralty Division of the High Court in England, it had been claimed that liquor tycoon Mallya's son Siddharth was the ultimate beneficial owner of the yacht.
Since his arrest, Nirav Modi's legal team has made four bail applications, which have been rejected each time due to Modi being deemed a flight risk
Hong Kong protestors daub China’s liason office with eggs, graffiti; deadlock over extradition bill, Carrie Lam’s resignation continues
Masked protesters daubed the walls of China's office in Hong Kong with eggs and graffiti Sunday night following another massive rally, focusing anger towards the embodiment of Beijing's rule with no end in sight to the turmoil engulfing the finance hub
Monsoon Session of Parliament: 24 Indians living abroad facing CBI probe for financial irregularities since 2016, says govt
There are 24 Indians living abroad who are involved in financial irregularities with banks and are under criminal investigation in CBI cases for the last three years, the government informed Parliament on Thursday
Hong Kong protests fade as govt headquarters reopen, but protesters want Chief Executive Carrie to quit
Hong Kong's government headquarters reopened Tuesday as the number of protesters outside dwindled to a few dozen and life returned to normal in the former British colony
After suspension of Hong Kong extradition bill, tens of thousands expected at rally demanding leader Carrie Lam’s resignation
Tens of thousands are expected to take to the streets in Hong Kong on Sunday to demand the city’s leader steps down, a day after she suspended an extradition bill following the most violent protests in decades
The city's pro-Beijing leader Carrie Lam came under huge pressure to abandon the controversial legislation, including from her own political allies and advisers.
China on Thursday hit out at the European Union for making 'irresponsible and erroneous' remarks about Hong Kong's controversial extradition bill.
US expresses 'grave concern' over lack of procedural protections in Hong Kong extradition bill, backs public opposition
US has expressed its grave concern over Hong Kong's proposed amendments in its extradition bill.
Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi, Council of Ministers to take oath today; England, South Africa to face off in World Cup opener; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Narendra Modi and his Council of Ministers will be sworn today; Arun Jaitley has opted out as continuing as the finance minister on health grounds; ICC World Cup 2019 hosts England wll lock horns with South Africa in the first game; and more
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has refused to share details on the extradition of fugitive businessmen Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi, citing an RTI clause that bars disclosure of information which would "impede the process of prosecution of offenders"
The CBI is awaiting a response on its extradition request which was sent to the United Kingdom through the External Affairs Ministry in August l