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Ebola death toll rises to 5,177: WHO

Ebola death toll rises to 5,177: WHO

Geneva: The World Health Organisation said today that 5,177 people had so far died of Ebola across eight countries, out of a total 14,413 cases of infection, since late December 2013.On Wednesday, the UN health agency had reported 5,160 deaths  more
18 arrested over Petrobras corruption case in Brazil
18 arrested over Petrobras corruption case in Brazil
Brasilia: Brazilian authorities have arrested at least 18 people linked with state oil giant Petrobras corruption case.The investigation named "Operation Car Wash" has led to arrests in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, Pernambuco and Parana, Xinhua reported.A total  more
Security shutdowns, sweltering heat mark G20 opening
Security shutdowns, sweltering heat mark G20 opening
Brisbane: A series of localised security shutdowns came into play as G20 Summit opened in Australia's third most populous city on Saturday. The host city is also experiencing abnormal heat wave these days. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is among  more
US lawmakers congratulate Malala for winning Nobel Prize
US lawmakers congratulate Malala for winning Nobel Prize
Washington: More than a dozen of US lawmakers have introduced a resolution in the House of Representatives congratulating young Pakistani peace activist Malala Yousafzai for winning the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize.The youngest Nobel laureate in history, the resolution said honours  more
China, Pakistan pledge to strengthen Air Force cooperation
China, Pakistan pledge to strengthen Air Force cooperation
Beijing: Pakistan's Air Chief today visited China's annual Zhuhai Air Show where the Chinese military displayed several of its new hardwares including the stealth fighter J-31 besides the Y-20 heavy military transport plane.After participating in the inaugural ceremony of China's  more
IS uses extreme violence against civilians: UN
IS uses extreme violence against civilians: UN
Geneva: The Islamic State (IS) used extreme violence against both civilians and captured fighters in Syria, the UN has said in its latest report.The report said the abuses, violations and crimes committed by the Islamic State against Syrians have been  more
7.3 quake hits Indonesia waters; tsunami possible
7.3 quake hits Indonesia waters; tsunami possible
Jakarta: A 7.3-magnitude quake hit Indonesian waters on Saturday morning and has the potential to generate tsunami waves along nearby coasts, a monitoring agency said.According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the quake hit 154 kilometers (96 miles) northwest of Kota  more
Indian physician pleads guilty in USD 19 million  healthcare fraud
Indian physician pleads guilty in USD 19 million healthcare fraud
New York: A 59-year old Indian physician has pleaded guilty for his role in a USD 19 million healthcare fraud scheme in which he submitted fraudulent claims for home visits and directed false referrals for home health care by his  more
Repatriation of blackmoney kept abroad is a priority: PM Modi
Repatriation of blackmoney kept abroad is a priority: PM Modi
Brisbane: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today unequivocally said that repatriation of blackmoney kept abroad is a "priority" for his government, as he sought close global  coordination to achieve this objective.Raising the blackmoney issue at an informal meeting of leaders of  more
G-20 summit opens in Australia; growth tops agenda
G-20 summit opens in Australia; growth tops agenda
Brisbane: As G-20 summit host Brisbane sweltered through a blistering heat wave, world leaders on Saturday got down to the business of cementing plans to drag a sagging global economy out of the doldrums.The leaders of the world’s 20 largest  more
Philae probe drills into comet, turns toward light
Philae probe drills into comet, turns toward light
Berlin: The spacecraft that landed on a comet performed two tricky maneuvers on Friday, by drilling into the rocky surface and rotating itself to catch more sunlight.Both operations carried considerable risks, because they could have toppled the probe or push  more
UN: Nearly 5 million in Mali are hungry
UN: Nearly 5 million in Mali are hungry
United Nations: A convergence of droughts, harvest failures, locust invasions and political conflicts in Mali have left 4.75 million people without enough to eat, U.N. officials said on Friday.UNICEF Emergency Director Afshan Khan said the children’s agency estimates that almost  more
EU leaders to discuss Ukraine with Obama at G-20
EU leaders to discuss Ukraine with Obama at G-20
Brisbane: European leaders will discuss the escalating conflict between Russia and Ukraine when they meet President Barack Obama on the sidelines of an Australian summit on Sunday ahead of a European Union decision on possible further sanctions against Moscow.European Union  more
Political pariah to G20's political rock star: The Guardian on Modi
Political pariah to G20's political rock star: The Guardian on Modi
London: From international pariah to the G20's political rock star -- is how The Guardian has described Prime Minister Narendra Modi, calling him "one of the most popular figures at this G20. A leader others want to see, and be  more
Alaska’s most active volcano starts erupting
Alaska’s most active volcano starts erupting
Anchorage: Alaska’s most active volcano is spitting lava into the air and producing an ash cloud at low elevations.The 8,262-foot (2,518-meter) Pavlof Volcano started erupting this week in a relatively uninhabited area of the Alaska Peninsula, about 625 miles (1,000  more
Employment, black money key agenda for PM Modi as he attends G20 Summit today
Employment, black money key agenda for PM Modi as he attends G20 Summit today
Brisbane: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will today attend the 9th G20 Annual summit, where he intends to push for stepping up global cooperation against the key issue of cross border tax avoidance and evasion.The summit will be of two days  more
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