Wednesday, 3rd September 2014
International
  • 12 killed in bomb attacks in Baghdad
    18th June 2014
    At least 12 people were killed and 47 others wounded in separate bomb explosions in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Thursday, a police source said. Seven civilians were killed and 31 others injured when a car bomb exploded ...
  • 3 divers dead off Malta Sea
    18th June 2014
    Three divers lost their lives while diving in Maltas second largest island Gozo in less than five hours on Tuesday, according to local report. Two British divers were brought to shore and were found dead after a group of 4 ...
  • WHO says MERS virus outbreak of concern before haj
    17th June 2014
    An outbreak of deadly MERS virus infections remains a serious public health problem, the World Health Organisation said on Tuesday, but an upsurge in cases is abating and the disease does not constitute a global emergency. The ...
  • Kiev seeks to buy gas from Europe after Russia cut-off
    17th June 2014
    A Ukrainian delegation will travel Tuesday to Budapest in a bid to woo European firms into selling them gas, state-own group Naftogaz said Monday, after Moscow cut supplies to Kiev. "European companies are ready to provide ...
  • Jordanian prince becomes UN`s next rights chief
    17th June 2014
    The UN General Assembly Monday approved the nomination of Jordans Prince Zeid al-Hussein as the next human rights chief, making him the first Muslim and Arab to hold the post. The top diplomat, currently Ammans ambassador to ...
  • U.S. rules out military coordination with Iran over Iraq
    17th June 2014
    The United States on Monday ruled out coordination with Iran over military actions against Islamic militants in Iraq, despite Washingtons declared willingness to have a military cooperation with Tehran. "Were not talking ...
  • Russia threatens to cut off Ukraine`s gas after talks fail
    16th June 2014
    EU-brokered gas talks between Moscow and Kiev broke up on Monday without an agreement and Russia will halt its supplies if Ukraine fails to make a $1.95 billion payment by 0600 GMT, a Gazprom official told AFP. "We reached ...
  • Zarif emphasizes on south-south cooperation against terrorism
    16th June 2014
    Irans Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif,  has emphasized on south-south cooperation to solve the terrorism issues. In the joint press conference with South African International Relations and Cooperation Minister ...
  • GCC chief blasts campaign against Qatar hosting of world cup `22
    16th June 2014
    Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Abdullatif Al-Zayani, strongly condemned as "hostile and tendentious" media campaign against Qatar for its successful bid to host the FIFA World Cup 2022. "All GCC ...
  • NATO chief to visit Turkey amid worsening situation in Iraq
    16th June 2014
    NATO Secretary-General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, will visit Turkey on Monday for talks on dozens of Turkish nationals taken as hostages in Iraq, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement. "We urge the hostage takers to ...