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Yesterday10:35

Shikhar Dhawan's backing out unsettled Indian dressing room, says Indian ...

The Indian dressing room's calmness went for a toss much before the batsmen capitulated against Australia on Saturday, revealed skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and said the "unrest" caused by Shikhar Dhawan's backing off affected the team's performance ...


Yesterday10:30

'Arrest warrant for Gülen to damage Turkey's reputation in the world'

Alliance for Shared Values is a non-profit group that serves as a voice for dialogue organizations affiliated with the Hizmet in the US. (Photo: Today's Zaman). December 20, 2014, Saturday/ 10:31:21/ AYDOĞAN VATANDAŞ / NEW YORK. Share. Tweet. Share.


Yesterday10:19

UN Resolution urges choking of flow of resources to terrorists

UNITED NATIONS- The killing fields of Peshawar inspired anew an international resolve at the Security Council to combat terrorism, by adopting on Friday a resolution urging nations to choke the flow of resources to the extremist organizations and to increase ...


Yesterday10:16

Obama Says Opening to Cuba Will Take Years to Bear Full Fruit

President Barack Obama said the full opening of relations between Cuba and the U.S. may take years, even as he offered assurances the new U.S. stance will bring change to the island nation's closed society. Despite vehement criticism from Republican ...


Yesterday10:12

Sony denies having 'caved,' still plans movie release

os Angeles: Sony Pictures boss Michael Lynton denied on Friday the Hollywood studio has “caved” by cancelling the release of “The Interview,” and said it still hoped to release the controversial film. He also hit back at President Barack Obama's claim that it ...


Yesterday09:49

Kerry to EU envoys: UN action on Palestine can wait until Israeli elections

US Secretary of State John Kerry warned European Union envoys that Washington would use its veto power should the UN Security Council attempt to pass a resolution on Palestinian statehood before Israel's elections in March, the Foreign Policy news site ...


Yesterday09:35

Cuba protests planned in Miami, but turnout unclear

MIAMI (AP) - Cuban-American groups opposed to President Barack Obama's plan to normalize relations with the Castro government plan to protest Saturday in Miami. But it's not clear how many people will show up. Only a handful protested in Little Havana ...


Yesterday09:27

India beaten before they begin

Not only do the numbers not lie, they act as a self-fulfilling prophecy. This was Australia's 10th win in a row at home, and their 14th in the last 17, with only one defeat. This was India's fifth away defeat in a row, and their 15th in the last 18, with only one win.


Yesterday09:03

Fazlullah gunned down

Pakistan's Ministry of Defence has confirmed reports via its Facebook page that TTP commander Fazlullah was gunned down by Pakistani Air Force jets in Afghanistan. The agency said intelligence sharing among organizations enabled them to take out the ...


Yesterday08:59

US ponders placing North Korea back on terror blacklist

The White House is considering relisting North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism after the FBI formally accused Pyongyang of masterminding the colossal computer hacking on the Sony Pictures Entertainment. Placing North Korea back on the state ...


Yesterday08:50

Israel aircraft hit Gaza for first time since August truce

Gaza City: Israeli aircraft hit Gaza for the first time since an August truce ended 50 days of war after a rocket hit the Jewish state, witnesses and the army said early Saturday. A spokesman for Gaza`s Health Ministry said there were no casualties in the air strike, ...


Yesterday08:33

Mother held over deaths of eight children in Cairns

A mother has been arrested on suspicion of murder after seven of her own children and her teenage niece were found dead in a mass stabbing in the northern Australian city of Cairns. The bodies of the eight children, aged from 15 months to 14 years, were ...


Yesterday07:54

Worries Mount That HIV Infections in Cambodian Village Could Rise

Villagers in Roka village in Cambodia's Battambang province rushed to have their blood tested on Dec. 18. Zuma Press. By. Sun Narin And. James Hookway. James Hookway. The Wall Street Journal. CANCEL. BiographyJames Hookway · James.


Yesterday07:54

Worries Mount That HIV Infections in Cambodian Village Could Rise

Villagers in Roka village in Cambodia's Battambang province rushed to have their blood tested on Dec. 18. Zuma Press. By. Sun Narin And. James Hookway. James Hookway. The Wall Street Journal. CANCEL. BiographyJames Hookway · James.


Yesterday03:14

Cairns mother arrested over deaths of eight children

THE Queensland government has refused to comment on “rumour and speculation” that the Cairns family at the centre of yesterday's mass murder was known to the state's child safety department. Acting Premier Tim Nicholls visited the scene in the Cairns ...


19th Dec 23:12

Obama to block exports of goods, technology, services to Crimea

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama on Friday said he would ban exports of goods, technology or services to Ukraine's Crimea region, and called on Russia to end its annexation of the region. In a statement, Obama said his order “is intended ...


19th Dec 22:29

Obama to block exports of goods, technology, services to Crimea

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Friday said he would ban exports of goods, technology or services to Ukraine's Crimea region, and called on Russia to end its annexation of the region. In a statement, Obama said his order "is intended ...


19th Dec 22:19

Turkey issues arrest warrant for Gulen

Turkey has issued an arrest warrant for Fethullah Gulen, a retired cleric at the heart of a titanic clash with the government, in the latest stage of a confrontation that has shaken the country's politics during the past year. The court-issued warrant accuses Mr ...


19th Dec 22:09

Ex-Gov Sheriff Is Close Friend Of Late Boko Haram Leader - Jonathan

Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan in a video by Kayode Ogundamisi said that the late Boko Haram leader Mohammed Yusuf, killed by police in 2009, was a close friend of the former governor of Borno state Ali Modu-Sheriff. The President Jonathan, in ...


19th Dec 22:02

Bayern Munich claim new Bundesliga records in victory over Mainz

BAYERN Munich claimed two Bundesliga records on Friday as Bastian Schweinsteiger and Arjen Robben scored in their 2-1 comeback win at Mainz, which left them 14 points clear. Pep Guardiola's Bayern has conceded only four goals so far this season to ...

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