Syria Opposition Activist, Daughter ‘Assassinated in Istanbul’
More Countries Could Face Harsh U.S. Travel Restrictions
Former Muslim Brotherhood Head Dies at 89
Saudi Arabia Recalls Textbook Featuring ‘Star Wars’ Character
Saudi Cleric Suspended for Calling Women ‘Quarter Brained’
India Cross-Border Firing Kills Six Pakistani Civilians
Pakistan Won’t Be ‘Scapegoat’ in Afghan War, Says Abbasi
Pakistan heads to Washington to ‘update’ IMF, World Bank, U.S. officials.
The sun sets on Gujarat’s once thriving shipbuilding industry.
To shore up a once shining and now stumbling economy, India’s finance minister embarks on roadshows to lure foreign investment.
Brazil provides a boost to local aircraft company Embraer.
U.S. Internet giant Google is close to a deal with the EU to meet antitrust requirements.
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