Articles By Amrutha Gayathri
U.S. President Barack Obama reiterated his warning to Syria that the use of chemical weapons will be a “game changer” for the U.
South Korean authorities are investigating network outages that hit the nation’s key broadcasters and banks Wednesday.
A massive protest in Islamabad led by a Sufi cleric, purportedly to clean up Pakistani politics, turned violent Monday.
Why do many people say south India poses less danger to a woman compared to the other parts of India?.
Protests in Indonesia over an alleged anti-Muslim movie made in the U.S. continued for the second day Tuesday, a day after demonstrations outside the U.S. Embassy turned violent, even as Google censored the video in the world's largest Muslim-majority nation to comply with the local law.
At least 10 people, including nine foreigners, were killed Tuesday morning in Kabul, the Afghan capital, in a suicide bomb attack on a minibus believed to be transporting foreign aviation workers to the airport, news agencies reported, citing officials.
Hundreds of demonstrators attacked the security personnel and burned cars early Monday during protests in the Afghan capital against an anti-Islamic film that has been creating ripples in the Middle East, North Africa and some parts of Asia.
In the wake of the rising tensions with Japan over a disputed set of islands in the East China Sea, China has threatened to retaliate with economic measures that would negatively impact the Sino-Japanese trade.
Fresh violence erupted near the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, some 24 hours after a violent mob illegally entered the embassy building and burned the U.S. flag while protesting an anti-Islamic film.
Following the death of U.S. ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens, the first killing of a U.S. ambassador in more than 30 years, the U.S. administration has opened an investigation into the incident even as the initial evidence points to the involvement of well-armed thugs rather than an out-of-control mob.