Car Bombs Kill At Least 30 In Eastern Libya
February 20 2015 8:51 AM EST
The blasts took place in the Libyan city of Qubbah, which is under the control of renegade General Khalifa Hiftar.
Apple, Japan Display Mulling Partnership For iPhone Screen Plant
February 20 2015 6:11 AM EST
Japan Display said that it was pursuing all opportunities, including building a new plant, to reassert its competitiveness.
Hundreds Of Russians Fighting For ISIS
February 20 2015 5:07 AM EST
A Russian security official claimed that thousands of foreign fighters, including nearly 1,700 Russians, have joined ISIS in Iraq.
UK, EU Made ‘Catastrophic’ Errors Over Ukraine Crisis: Report
February 20 2015 2:40 AM EST
The report blames a lack of expertise over Ukraine in the U.K. and the EU for their inability to give Russia an "authoritative response."
India’s Nuclear-Capable Prithvi-II Missile Test-Fired
February 19 2015 7:28 AM EST
Prithvi-II is the first missile to be developed under the country’s Integrated Guided Missile Development Program.
Ukraine Urges UN To Monitor Fragile Truce
February 19 2015 7:13 AM EST
Rebels in Donetsk said that they would back Kiev’s request for U.N. peacekeepers to monitor the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine.
Qatar Recalls Ambassador To Egypt
February 19 2015 4:37 AM EST
Qatar's ambassador to Egypt had criticized his government for expressing reservations over Cairo’s airstrikes on ISIS targets in Libya.
Former Gitmo Inmate Demands Compensation For Torture
February 19 2015 1:30 AM EST
David Hicks said that he wants the Australian government to pay for treatment of his injuries resulting from five years of torture.
Black Man Pushed Off Paris Metro By Chelsea Fans
February 18 2015 8:15 AM EST
The fans were allegedly heard singing: “We're racist, we're racist, and that's the way we like it.”
Closest Known Flyby Of A Star To Solar System Identified
February 18 2015 7:20 AM EST
Because it was magnetically active, the star might have been visible to the naked eye by our ancestors 70,000 years ago.
ISIS Harvesting Human Organs, Alleges Iraqi Official
February 18 2015 2:46 AM EST
Authorities said that they have found bodies with surgical incisions and missing kidneys or other organs in shallow mass graves.
ISIS Burns 45 People Alive In Western Iraq
February 18 2015 1:34 AM EST
The latest executions came after ISIS militants seized al-Baghdadi, located two miles from the capital city of Baghdad, last week.
Russian Fighter Jets Begin Combat Exercises
February 17 2015 7:34 AM EST
The jets will shoot live ammunition and launch guided missiles in combat environments as part of the exercises.
Penguins Don’t Know How Fish Taste Like: Study
February 17 2015 6:11 AM EST
Scientists suspect that a protein, which cannot function well at cold temperatures, is responsible for the penguins’ inability to taste fish.
China Launches Criminal Probe Against Top Official
February 17 2015 4:50 AM EST
China's anti-corruption commission said that Su Rong’s illegal actions have caused significant losses in state assets.
Thousands Protest In Budapest Ahead Of Putin’s Visit
February 17 2015 1:38 AM EST
This is the first time the Russian leader is visiting an EU member state since the Ukrainian conflict.
EU Expands Russia Sanctions List Over Ukraine Conflict
February 16 2015 7:51 AM EST
The European Union published a new list of 19 people and nine organizations, imposing an asset freeze and travel ban on them.
More US Troops Set To Join Annual Drill In South Korea
February 16 2015 6:04 AM EST
South Korea said that the total number of U.S. troops for the upcoming drill will be larger than the 2014 drill.
Hundreds Of Jewish Graves Vandalized In Eastern France
February 16 2015 4:34 AM EST
Up to 400 gravestones, mostly linked with the Second World War Holocaust, were desecrated with swastikas and Nazi slogans.
Russia To Conduct Observation Flights Over US, Italy
February 16 2015 12:35 AM EST
Under the Treaty on Open Skies, Russia is set to conduct two observation flights over the U.S. and one over Italy this month.