The announcement came as North Korean embassy dismissed the claims of its involvement in the mysterious assassination and demanded release of its nationals detained in connection with this matter.
Device battery automatically begins to recharge as you enter the room.
Brain implant lets patient type words on screen without any physical input.
Integrated L.E.D.s flash and indicate when cyclist slows down or turns.
The heart-rending incident reported from Libya’s western city of Zawiya follows within days after the European Union approved a controversial plan to tide the flow of migrants from the African nation.
More than 270 girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram militants in 2014.
Number of women married as child to increase to 950 million by 2030.
African nation battles terrorism threat on its southern & western borders.
A deadly shooting at a mosque in Quebec City, Canada comes just hours after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he would welcome refugees and migrants following America’s decision to suspend its refugee program.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive order to begin construction of a U.S.-Mexican border wall drew a straight response from Mexican leader, who said his country won’t pay for the planned barrier.
Some 87 prisoners flee complex in Manaus after 17-hour long violence.
President describes move as a major step to strengthening peace process.
The investigation in one of the most high-profile killings linked to N. Korea made headway on Thursday as Malaysian authorities arrested two more suspects in connection with Kim Jong-nam’s assassination.
The search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which vanished in 2014 with 239 people aboard, was officially called off on Tuesday after a "fruitless" operation that swept 120,000 sq. km. of the Indian Ocean.
A Turkish cargo jet, on its way from Hong Kong to Istanbul, crashed into Dacha-Suu village in Kyrgyzstan on Monday, killing at least 37 people and demolishing more than 15 buildings near Manas airport.
Rights activists outraged over police abuse of Rohingya members.
Futuristic habitat "SeaZones" to boost technological and economic growth.
An avalanche triggered by a series of earthquakes on Wednesday hit a hotel close to the Gran Sasso mountain in the Abruzzo region in Italy, leaving “many” dead and several others missing.
U.S. president-elect refers to recent Berlin attack to point out the consequences of taking in illegal migrants.
Netherlands meets renewable energy target a year ahead than planned.
Just days after implementing nationwide ceasefire across Syria, Russian military chief claimed on Friday that Moscow has begun scaling down its armed forces deployed in the Middle East country.
Accusing the Syrian government of committing “many and large” ceasefire violations, the rebel groups on Monday threatened to boycott the peace conference scheduled in Astana, Kazakhstan for later this month.
Strike comes as French President visits Iraq to discuss anti-IS plan.
Russia confirms talks but stops short of any official confirmation about deal.
U.S. President Donald Trump, who left Sweden bewildered by referring to a non-existent terror strike in the Nordic nation, explained on Monday that his remarks were in reference to a Fox News program on Friday night.
With a 3-0 unanimous ruling, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the government failed to furnish the proof of terror threat to justify restoring the ban that denies U.S. entry to people from seven mainly Muslim countries.
A U.S. appeals court bombarded hard-hitting questions on the lawyer who seeks to restore Donald Trump’s travel ban that barred entry for refugees and visitors from seven mainly-Muslim countries.
The U.S. justice department, in a hearing at an appeals court on Monday, defended President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban on immigrants from seven mainly-Muslim countries, describing it as a “lawful” exercise.