18 Dec 2014
Sydney: The families of Katrina Dawson and Tori Johnson, who were killed in the Sydney cafe siege, visited a makeshift memorial in Martin Place on Thursday.
16 Dec 2014
Sydney: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Tuesday paid homage at a makeshift memorial here and mourned the death of the victims of the terror attack in which three people, including the gunman, were killed.
13 Dec 2014
Beijing: President Xi Jinping on Saturday said that China will never forget Japan's war time atrocities but it will not hold grudge against the entire nation as the atrocious anti-human crimes were committed by few militarists.
18 Nov 2014
Canberra: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday presented the Man Singh Trophy, a prized possession of Sikh regiment battalions, to his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott at the War Memorial here to commemorate his visit.
18 Nov 2014
Canberra: India and Australia on Tuesday sought early conclusion of negotiations for a comprehensive economic partnership agreement and a closure on the civil nuclear deal as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Tony Abbott held talks here.
22 Oct 2014
Ottawa: Canada's Parliament came under attack on Wednesday with a barrage of gunshots fired both inside and outside the building as a man with a rifle shot a soldier before being gunned down by security forces.
26 Aug 2014
Melbourne: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Tuesday announced to set up a memorial at the Parliament House for the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 which was shot down over eastern Ukraine.
27 Sep 2014
New York: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday paid tributes at the 9/11 memorial, also known as Ground Zero, where the twin towers of World Trade Centre destroyed by September 11, 2001 terrorist attack stood.
10 Apr 2014
Washington: Expressing concern over threats to freedom of expression in China, a bipartisan US Senate resolution on called for greater freedom of press in the country and condemned Chinese actions to suppress it.
08 Dec 2013
Washington: President Barack Obama will attend the national memorial service in Johannesburg on Tuesday for former South African president Nelson Mandela who died on Thursday, the White House said.