A group of jihadists tried to escape across the Tigris River from west Mosul where they hold a dwindling pocket of territory, but were killed by Iraqi forces, a senior commander said on Saturday.
Chinese tech giants Alibaba Group Holdings and Tencent Holdings will be among new investors pouring a total of around $10bn into mobile carrier China Unicom, sources said, part of efforts by Beijing to rejuvenate state behemoths with private cash.
More than 2mn indigenous trees have been planted throughout Pakistan so far as a part of Prime Minister’s Green Pakistan Programme.
Bangladesh has called off search operations following a series of rain-triggered landslides in the country’s southeast, with rescuers having found at least 154 bodies beneath chunks of mud, officials said.
Theresa May should agree to pay Britain's bills to the European Union and drop threats to walk out without a legal deal if she wants talks on the ‘softer Brexit’ some of her allies are calling for, EU negotiators say.
Federal and local authorities evacuated a terminal at the Port of Charleston in South Carolina on Wednesday to investigate a "potential threat" in a container ship, the US Coast Guard said.
Australian police said on Monday a 25-year-old man had been arrested and charged with allegedly supplying a firearm used in a deadly siege in Melbourne last week ...
Tension prevailed outside the Poes Garden residence of late Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa here yesterday as her niece J Deepa was prevented from entering the building by supporters of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam deputy general secretary T T V Dinakaran.
A rough few months for most US bank stocks has been particularly unkind to regional banks, and that’s not likely to change soon as hopes dim for higher long-term interest rates and timely policy relief from Washington.
Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria yesterday said the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has no jurisdiction to hear the case of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav.