12 killed and nearly 1,650 injured as severe snowstorm swept across Japan.
Militants in Pakistan are increasingly using social media such as Facebook and Twitter to spread theri propaganda.
While Afghanistan is not against a limited presence of NATO troops, they're seeking a stable country and looking at active engagement.
After Scotland's request to be assimilated into the European Union, EU Chief Barroso said admitting new states will be difficult.
There were altogether 15 passengers including 16 Nepalese and three crew members .
The explosion derailed three bogies of Express and caused damage to tracks.
Reinhardt considers this a clear indicator that the insects were to be used as an offensive biological weapon.
The heavy snow also caused wide-spread power outages.
More than 3,000 members of the military are involved in the flood relief effort.
Fans of the reality show The Biggest Loser are outraged and concerned over the latest champion, who lost 60 per cent of her original body weight.
After Golden Globe win and a new love, the reticent Robin Wright is now a director.
In a play on one of America’s greatest legislative presidents, and how he wrought political change, Bryan Cranston moves from illegal chemistry to hardball politics.
The snow, sleet and ice that bombarded the Southeast on Wednesday brought its ferocity into the Northeast on Thursday.
The Pakistan government and the Taliban are engaged in preliminary talks to end militancy but many doubt the process will produce a lasting solution.
The judge directed authorities to submit a new supplementary chargesheet in the case before the next hearing.
John Kerry urged Chinese leaders to open up more on the Internet and agreed to look into whether American companies help Beijing to curb access to online material.
UN mediator Lakhdar Brahimi will hold a final meeting with both sides.
Thailand's Election Commission has said it will talk with caretaker premier Yingluck's party to try to resolve voting issues and find a solution to the current political impasse.
Violence has reached a level not seen since 2008, when Iraq was just emerging from a period of brutal sectarian killings.
Fifteen people, including 11 alleged terrorists, were killed in a suicide attack Friday by Islamic militants in China’s volatile Xinjiang province that coincided with a visit here by US Secretary of State John Kerry. The alleged terrorists, on motorbikes and in cars carrying gas cylinders, attacked a police team near the gate of a park […]