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US prosecutors: New spy case shows Russia up to old tricks

A judge ordered Buryakov held without bail. Podobnyy and Sporyshev have returned to Russia.

File photo provided by the US Army shows Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl. (AP Photo)

US Senator: Taliban detainees have communicated with Haqqani

Taliban detainees who are being monitored in Qatar before their release in exchange of US Sergeant’s release have been reported to have Haqqani people for visitors.


President Obama cancels Agra visit to lead US delegation in Saudi Arabia

Obama was scheduled to visit Agra with his wife Michelle on January 27.


India, US meet to break deadlock on n-liability

Indian government sources claimed the US appeared to be finally moving from its position on the nuclear liability law.


North Korea hints at nuclear test moratorium

The North’s official Korean Central News Agency says Pyongyang conveyed the proposal to the U.S. on Friday through an unspecified channel.


North Korea calls President Barack Obama ‘monkey’, blames US for internet outage

“Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest,” said a North Korean spokesman.


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.

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,