Eckert’s summary of Garcia’s 18-month investigation cleared Russia and Qatar to stage the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
A new video from the Islamic State group showed three Kalashnikov-wielding Frenchmen burning their passports.
John Kerry arrived in Vienna on Thursday to join troubled nuclear talks four days before a deadline.
Taylor was 77* as NZ recovered from a shaky 79-4 to close 4th day on 167-6, having an overall lead of 177.
Mike Nichols, the director of matchless versatility who brought fierce wit, caustic social commentary and wicked absurdity to such film, TV and stage hits has died.
Bianchi, who had been at hospital at Yokkaichi near Suzuka, is now at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire in Nice.
Steve Smith was named man-of-the-match for his innings which was full of improvised shots.
Nine civilians, including a woman, were killed in a Syrian government air raid on Wednesday on the city of Raqa.
It could resolve a 12-year standoff, silence talk of war, help normalise Iran’s relations with the West.
A Palestinian attack, killed 5 and left blood-smeared books and shawls on the floor of a synagogue in Jerusalem.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon strongly condemned an attack on a synagogue in West Jerusalem.
The World Health Organisation voiced hope the number of Ebola cases would start falling sharply early next year.
Iran and world powers ratcheted up the rhetoric today as they entered a final round of nuclear talks.
Women applying to join the force in the world’s most populous Muslim-majority country have to undergo the test.
England captain makes his 100th cap a memorable one by scoring in 3-1 win over Slovenia.
Pakistan inflicted a big 248-run defeat on the Kiwis in the first Test in Abu Dhabi.
England and reigning champions Spain both secured home victories in Euro 2016 qualifying on Saturday.
But Putin attended the annual forum’s wrap-up lunch and praised the “constructive” discussions.
The deal confirmed a verbal agreement dating back to 1924 that gave the kingdom’s Hashemite leaders custodial rights over the Muslim holy sites.
Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to cut short his attendance at G20 summit in Australia.
Mominul scores 131* as hosts set a 449-run target for Zimbabwe who end Day 4 on 71-1, needing another 378.
A US-led coalition is carrying out air strikes against IS jihadists in both Iraq and Syria.
Philae streamed data from its experiments back to its mother ship Rosetta before its battery ran down.
The photographs belong to Imanol Arteaga, a local councillor in the northern Spanish town of Ricla.
The European Union has presented changes to a UN resolution condemning North Korea’s rights records.
Microsoft has released a test version of Skype that lets people make Internet calls from web browsers.
Car bomb blasts in two northern Baghdad neighbourhoods killed at least 17 people and wounded at least 57.
Ebola-hit Sierra Leone faces social and economic disaster as gains made since ruinous civil war are wiped out.
World Bank has estimated the financial impact of Ebola in the region could reach USD 32.6 billion by 2015.
In the 17-minute message, the man purported to be Baghdadi vowed that IS will continue to expand.
UN’s representative for central Africa has called on more international support in the struggle against Boko Haram.
The Islamic State jihadist group announced today it will start minting its own gold, silver and copper coins.
The pair added 104 for the second wicket after opener Brian Chari was caught behind without scoring.
A power outage left the control tower at Colombia’s main airport without radar for eight minutes.
Raza remained 54* and Masakadza was on 51 as tourists reached 113-1 by stumps, still trailing by 390.
Deadline for the return of signed match your contracts to the WICB is 5pm (ECT), Tuesday, November 18.