Nemtsov was working on a report presenting evidence that he believed proved Russia's direct involvement in rebellion in Ukraine.
The teens went to Turkey and the Canadian authorities have lost trace of them.
The name, proposed by some officials and tribal authorities, incorporates click-like sounds in the spoken language.
"If no new funds are received from Kiev, then naturally we cannot continue delivering gas to Ukraine,'' said Sergei.
In a breakthrough, researchers in Australia have developed the world’s first 3D-printed jet engine that could pave the way for cheaper, lighter and more fuel-efficient aircraft. The engine was developed through a partnership between Monash University and spin-out company Amaero Engineering. It has already attracted attention from Airbus, Boeing and defence contractor Raytheon. The breakthrough […]
A series of bombings in Baghdad and near the Iraqi capital killed at least 23 people on Tuesday, officials said.
A local man, around 60 years old, opens fire at the restaurant, then killed himself.
Man Monis took 18 people hostage inside the cafe and demanded he be delivered an Islamic State flag.
In the Northern Territory a state of emergency has been declared for the areas worst-hit by Cyclone Lam.
The mission was successfully completed, with the troops brought back to Turkey.
WFP is doing preparatory work for a potential scale-up in food assistance to four other countries.
Troops were on standby to help with clean-up efforts in Queensland after heavy rains brought by Cyclone Marcia.
About 30,000 people living in and around Yeppoon were originally expected to experience the worst of the storm.
Security measures were aimed at preventing the demonstrators from advancing to the centre of the capital Manama.
The UNSC has adopted a resolution aimed at cracking down on the financing of terrorist groups.
Since the 2001 attacks in the United States, al-Qaida has developed a number of affiliates, including IS.
Sergei Polunin, a Ukranian ballet dancer performed on “Take Me To Church” by Hozier.
One of two men charged with planning a terrorist attack in Australia appeared on a video threatening to stab the kidneys and necks of their victims.
Diplomat summoned back home to review rude remarks about embassy guests in Paris.
Obama reinforced his commitment to a US-China investment treaty.
Two men in possession of a homemade flag related to the Islamic State were charged for planning an imminent attack.
Officials have closed beaches in the area and have been searching for the shark.
Why are wives of top politicians mere style icons?
10% of the land mammal species endemic to Australia have been wiped out due to a couple of critters with voracious appetites.
How global bank helped hide big-ticket account-holders, from Saudi princess to fashion house heiress.
Hervé Falciani’s long, strange journey from bank computer expert to jailed fugitive to candidate for office to spokesman for whistleblowers.
The report cites the kidnapping of nearly 300 schoolgirls in Nigeria and the shooting of activist Malala Yousafzai.
Prime Minister Abbott survived an internal government challenge to his leadership, despite a revolt that leaves him politically damaged.
Halliburton Bribery Scandal dates to 1994 when the Nigerian government launched ambitious plans to build Bonny Island Natural Liquefied Gas Project.
Account details are contained in government investigative files obtained by French newspaper Le Monde and International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
HSBC Private Bank, was a financial conduit for business operators and criminals who fuelled some of Africa’s bloodiest wars and most corrupt arms deals.
The leaked files, based on the inner workings of HSBC’s Swiss private banking arm, relate to accounts holding more than US$100bn.
Joel Herat, 21, and Jarrod Hoffman, 19, said that they had armed themselves with box cutters.
Iran insists it has the right to enrich uranium and has demanded the lifting of crippling sanctions.
14th Dalai Lama, fled Tibet in 1959 after a failed uprising against Chinese rule, lived in exile ever since.
The policy now specifically bans professors and undergraduates from having any romantic or sexual involvements.