28 Mar 2016
San Francisco: Facebook has apologised for a bug that sent a Safety Check notification to users around the world following a deadly suicide bombing in Pakistan.
16 Mar 2016
Peshawar: A powerful bomb ripped through a bus carrying government employees in Pakistan's Peshawar city today, killing at least 16 people and injuring 30 others.
17 Feb 2016
Moscow: At least seven people were killed in a natural gas explosion in an apartment building in the Russian city of Yaroslavl, the country's emergency ministry said.
18 Feb 2016
Berlin: Most of the British demands for EU reforms are "justified and understandable," German Chancellor Angela Merkel said today ahead of a key European summit on the UK's membership in the bloc.
29 Mar 2016
New Delhi: India has emerged as a key training hub in production processes for workers of German luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz globally, with its employees in Brazil becoming the latest group to learn at the firm's Chakan facility in Pune.
06 Feb 2016
Chennai: One person was killed and three others were injured in a yet unexplained blast today in the garden of an engineering college in Vellore district of Tamil Nadu, around 170 km from here, police said.
17 Jul 2015
Chicago: In a bizarre incident, a sweet- toothed bear broke into a bakery in the US state of Colorado and ate nearly 40 pies but gave the strawberry flavour a miss. The furry fugitive burst through the window of the Colorado Cherry Company in Pinewood Springs, Colorado.
01 Mar 2016
New York: A German court has fined social networking giant Facebook USD109,330 for failing to comply with a court order to make amendments to its terms regarding user content, according to a media report.
22 Mar 2016
Brussels: Belgian public broadcaster VRT raised the death toll from Tuesday's twin attacks in Brussels to 34, with 20 people killed in the blast on a metro train and 14 in explosions at the airport.
28 Mar 2016
Kabul: Taliban militants fired explosives into Afghanistan's parliament compound on Monday as the top intelligence official and caretaker minister of interior were due to speak, lawmakers and the insurgents said.