Baghdad cafe bombing: 27 killed, 51 injured
Baghdad: A suicide bomber on Thursday evening blew self in an internet cafe killing at least 27 people, including children and women. Cafe full of young people using internet had about 51 injured.
A police source said revealed that bombing attack took place in Al Ameriyah neighbourhood in west Baghdad.
Yesterday's blast came just two days before provincial elections and it is likely to effect Iraq's political stability. It has been more than a since American troops left the country.
The blast also collapsed a part of the building and emergency workers had a tough time excavating the...
China: 87 more bird flu cases; 17 dead due to H7N9 virus
Beijing: On Thursday, China confirmed that the number of bird flu cases reached 87 in the country, with a total of 17 people already dead due to H7N9 avian influenza.
Five new cases of human H7N9 avian influenza -- one in Shanghai, one in Jiangsu, two in Zhejiang and one in Henan, Xinhua reported.
The National Health and Family Planning Commission said in its daily update on H7N9 cases that...
Pervez Musharraf arrested
Islamabad: Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf has been arrested today, on Friday, a day after he fled. The Islamabad High Court ordered his arrest on Thursday.
Musharraf on Thursday fled from the Islamabad High Court after it had ordered his arrest in a 2007 case and remained closeted in his farmhouse with police blocking access to it.
However, Police arrested Musharraf from his...
Boston bombing: FBI seeks people's help to nab attackers
Washington: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released pictures and videos of two men involved in Boston marathon bombing with a direct appeal to the public to help them find the prime suspects.
The men were photographed walking down Boylston Street, one behind the other, near the marathon finish line where two near-simultaneous blasts went off at 2:50 p.m. on Monday, killing three...
Kamasutra belongs to our country, sex doesn’t scare me: Anand Jon
Washington: Celebrity and incarcerated celebrity fashion Anand Jon has admitted to sexual relations but says that he was targeted as per a campaign against him and has proofs regarding the same, says report.
The accomplished artist admits to being a philanderer and not being intimidated by sex, but says the girls and women who accused him of rape and sexual assault, along with the prosecution,...
Pervez Musharraf runs after court orders his arrest
Islamabad: Former president Pervez Musharraf on Thursday fled from the Islamabad High Court premises after the court dismissed his bail extension plea and ordered his arrest.
According to the reports, the Islamabad High Court dismissed Musharraf's interim bail extension plea and ordered his arrest in a case related to the confinement of judges in 2007.
Accompanied by his guards, Musharraf...
Texas: 60 to 70 dead in fertilizer-factory explosion
Austin: A terrible explosion occurred on Wednesday night in a fertilizer plant in West, near Waco, Texas (USA). About 60 to 70 people were killed and hundreds have been reported to be wounded, cited the head of emergency services.
The explosion occurred shortly before 8 pm on Wednesday (Thursday, 9:30 am in India) in West Fertilizer plant, told a firefighter. Its origin has not yet been...
Protesters Killing: Hosni Mubarak to undergo retrial on MAY 11
Cairo: An Egyptian court has set May 11 as the date to retry former president Hosni Mubarak and his interior minister Habib al-Adli in a case related to the protesters' killing.
The former president along with his two sons -- Gamal and Alaa, as well as fugitive tycoon Hussein Salem will also be retried over charges of financial corruption and profiteering.
The retrial had been scheduled for...
Newtown School Massacre: Barack Obama accuses senators of buckling to pro-gun lobby
Washington: US President Barack Obama Wednesday accused some senators of buckling to pressure from the pro-gun lobby and voting against the bipartisan amendment that was intended to expand background checks for all weapons buyers.
Wednesday was "a pretty shameful day for Washington", said the visibly angry president from the White House Rose Garden - where he was joined by some of the parents...
Pope Francis, a soccer fan, receives Messi-signed jersey
Vatican City: Pope Francis was presented with a jersey signed by Argentine soccer star Messi by a group of priests during Wednesday's public audience.
Messi's FC Barcelona jersey will join the Spanish national team jersey given to the pontiff on Monday by Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy during an audience at the Vatican.
The 76-year-old Argentine-born pope, a big soccer fan, has been...
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