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India, China support trilateral with US

V K Singh said such a proposal will enhance cooperation between the three countries.


US OK with India engaging Russia; cautions against trade deals

“We engage with Russia on Iran. We engage with Russia on a range of issues,” the official said.


Baby on board! US flight diverted for birth

Mother and child were transported to a local hospital and are doing fine.


Protesters block highway, stop train in California

Protesters blocked traffic on both sides of a major highway in Berkeley.

Read more: protests, Racism, USA

China reminds US not to take sides in South China Sea dispute

China’s claims over South China Sea are contested by Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines and Brunei.

Mike Rogers on Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014 said the release of a Senate report examining the use of torture by the CIA a decade ago will cause violence and deaths abroad. (Source: AP)

Sexual threats, other harsh CIA interrogation techniques detailed in US Senate report

The report charts the history of the CIA’s “Rendition, Detention and Interrogation” program.

Read more: CIA, USA

Royal Visit: Obama meets with Prince William

The two men exchanged pleasantries before a crush of journalists before beginning their private talks.


How Carter’s outlook to Pentagon is likely to be different from Hagel’s

The experiences that Ashton Carter would bring to the job of U.S. Secretary of Defense are vastly different from Chuck Hagel’s in several important ways, starting with the fact that Carter is an academic and a policy wonk. How Carter would pursue President Barack Obama’s defense agenda — or use his influence to bend it […]


Eric Garner case: Clean chit to accused officer, Ferguson like protests simmer across New York

The Garner case sparked protests and calls for federal prosecutors to intervene.


Iran carries out fresh strikes in Iraq against Islamic State: US Official

Until this week, there had been no confirmation of Iranian air activity.

Read more: Iran, IS militants, USA

Iran nuke deal: Talks lie in deadlock as US warns of ‘serious gaps’

A European source in the talks said there had been “no significant progress” and “the chances of getting a deal are pretty reduced”.

Read more: Iran, nuclear deal, USA
Brittany Maynard, Debbie Ziegler

US: Right-to-die advocate’s mom blasts Vatican remarks

Mother of a right-to-die advocate responded angrily to criticism from the Vatican of Brittany Maynard’s decision.

Catholic Diocese offers plan to settle abuse claim

Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena filed a bankruptcy reorganisation plan that proposes a $16.4 million settlement.

US cities brace for protests off Ferguson decision

From Boston to Los Angeles, police departments across the US are bracing for large demonstrations.

Missing UVa Student

Suspect in US student kidnapping pleads not guilty

The man accused of abducting a student who was found dead last month pleaded not guilty.