Official Secrets trailer: Keira Knightley plays whistleblower Katharine Gun in Gavid Hood's political thriller
Keira Knightley plays Katharine Gun, the GCHQ translator who leaked classified information to prevent 2003 Iraq War in Official Secrets
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange sentenced to 50 weeks in prison for breaching British court order in 2012
Julian Assange, who was arrested on 11 April after Ecuador gave him up, will serve the nearly one-year sentence while fighting a separate attempt to transfer him to the United States
California standoff: Three hostages, suspected gunman found dead inside state-run veterans home in Yountville
Three workers for a programme that treats veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder were found dead Friday along with the suspect who took them hostage in a daylong standoff at the state-run Veterans Home of California-Yountville
Donald Trump announces 'Fake News' awards: US president should claim one for himself given how much he has fabricated
Donald Trump finally unveiled his much-touted 'Fake News' awards, naming media outlets like CNN, The New York Times and The Washington Post in his top-10.
'No Indian troops in Afghanistan': Narendra Modi govt continues non-interventionist policy of Vajpayee, Manmohan
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday said that India would not commit to sending any soldier to Afghanistan.
Former British prime minister Tony Blair won't face an investigation into whether he misled parliament before the 2003 Iraq invasion unless new evidence emerges, a committee of lawmakers said.
Ten years after Saddam Hussein's execution, the ghost of the Iraqi strongman still haunts America, serving as a potent reminder of its broken ambitions to bring stability and democracy to the Middle East.
Media outlets follow United Nations (UN) reports when they wish to, like in the case of the current crisis, and reject UN as a tool of western imperial powers, like in the case of the Iraq war
Iraq's special forces struggled on Sunday to clear areas retaken from the Islamic State group along Mosul's eastern edge, where the extremists have built up fortifications and ramparts in residential neighborhoods.
Gambia has announced its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court, accusing the Hague-based tribunal of the "persecution and humiliation of people of colour, especially Africans".
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Friday hinted at a possible return to frontline politics as he asserted that the UK at present seemed a "one-party state".
If the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was a boxing match, the umpires would have been hard-placed to declare a clear winner.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump strode out cloaked in icy politeness. But their debate degenerated into bickering — a gladiatorial contest of modern times.
The Commander-in-Chief forum with Matt Lauer on NBC Wednesday night has severely been criticised for being misogynyst and liberal on Trump. Lauer also reportedly failed to fact check Trump’s statements and Clinton is definitely using it to her advantage.
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pledged on Wednesday to massively increase US military spending.
"I will live with the decision of going to war and its catastrophic consequences for the rest of my life," he said talking about the war with Iraq
The Chilcot inquiry was not asked to rule on the legality of the invasion, but leaks suggest Blair will be heavily criticised over the decision-making process.
Former British prime minister Tony Blair claimed that an official inquiry into his decision to go to war in Iraq absolved him of any "lies or deceit".
The Chilcot inquiry found that Tony Blair had taken Britain into a badly planned, woefully executed and legally questionable war in 2003.