Monitor says latest toll has brought to 3,156 the total number of people killed in Syria since ‘caliphate’ was formed.
Indian police claim no such threat was issued to Dalit sisters over the alleged actions of their brother.
Gulf kingdom claims Mohammed Sharif was arrested while trying to smuggle heroin hidden inside his stomach.
Prime minister says he will seek to amend bill in favor of farmers who opposed it.
New biography claims decision to conceal news of Omar’s death was made due to ‘power testing’ between Taliban, foreign forces.
Court claims journalists broadcast ‘false’ news that harmed Egypt.
An economic court has already sealed the party’s headquarters in the country’s capital.
Defense minister claims Army will defend homeland if India cross international border.
Ali Shukri Amin will also be subject to a lifetime of monitored Internet activities.
Snap elections will be held in November after government failed to form coalition.
Twenty-eight-year-old died in Gujarat police custody after being arrested for taking part in rally that turned violent.
Witnesses say each man received between 80 and 100 lashes.
Officials say over 50 people on both sides of the Line of Control were injured in ongoing cross-border firing.
Analysts say potential exists for militant group to expand operations, but it is not yet capable of taking on Taliban.
Little change expected as lawmakers don’t want to anger constituents who favor the right to bear arms.
Social media giant also plans to introduce technology to prevent copyright theft.