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UN climate talks: John Kerry appeals to all to share burden of climate change

Kerry also took a swipe at the US politicians who continue to deny that climate change and its devastating effects are real.

A common enemy

Iran,US may not acknowledge collaboration against IS, but distance between them is slowly closing.

QE or not QE? Spotlight on the ECB as inflation dips

The ECB is expected to leave key rates unchanged and wait for next year to decide whether to take the leap to government bond-buying.

Behind tough talk, balancing at home

It is another thing, though, that this seemingly unstated policy is different from the language being spoken at the WTO.

Mideast Syria Assad's Pivot

Canadian warplanes launch first airstrike in Iraq

Canada is among dozens of countries that have joined the US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group.


Silicon Valley firm fined for paying 8 Indian workers just Rs 75 an hour

The US Department of Labor called the incident unacceptable, but ended up fining the company a paltry $3,500 as fine.


US proposes to partner for Vibrant Gujarat summit next year

Vibrant Summit will be held between 11th and 13th January at Mahatma Mandir.


US launches review of India’s IP regime

In case of any grievance, the US should approach the WTO, a commerce ministry official said.


Three-year-old boy mauled by jaguars at Arkansas zoo in critical condition

The boy’s father and grandfather said they threw a camera bag and an empty water hose spool at the animals, causing them to drop the child,

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After death of black teen, angry protesters face off with St. Louis Police

“This here was racial profiling turned deadly,” state Sen. Jamilah Nasheed said at a news conference Thursday.

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US-led airstrikes pound Islamic State targets in besieged Syrian town

Despite the airstrikes, the Islamic State fighters managed to capture a police station in the east of the town,

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Chinese Takeaway: Not so coy

The reference says more about India’s changing political attitude under Modi.


US health officials identify 10 people at ‘high risk’ to Ebola virus

Health officials made contact with about 100 people that had possible contact with America’s first patient diagnosed for Ebola.

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Islamic State beheads second British aid worker, releases video

Islamic State militants beheaded British aid worker Alan Henning in a video posted on Friday.


US lifts 40-year arms ban to boost Vietnam sea defence

Vietnam has become a modern nation and an important partner of the United States.