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Flight bookings to Paris down over a quarter after attacks: Data

New flight bookings to Paris, one of the world's most visited cities, have fallen by over a quarter in the week following attacks there that killed 130 people.

Flight bookings to Paris down over a quarter after attacks: Data

Woman sues Washington for return of John F Kennedy assassination film

A woman whose grandfather shot a home movie of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas' Dealey Plaza on Nov. 22, 1963 is suing the US government to either get it back or get $10 milli

Woman sues Washington for return of John F Kennedy assassination film

LA man freed from prison after DNA clears him of rape

A Los Angeles judge on Monday overturned the conviction of a man who spent 16 years in prison for sexual assault and other charges, after new DNA evidence cleared him of the crimes and linked them to

LA man freed from prison after DNA clears him of rape

US issues global travel alert for holidaying Americans over terror threats

In the wake of the deadly 13/11 Paris attacks and the following world-wide threat, the U.S. State Department has released a global travel alert for Americans who are on their holiday travels, asking t

US issues global travel alert for holidaying Americans over terror threats

Belgium: Fourth person charged in connection with 13/11 attacks

The police have charged a fourth person with terror offences for the 13/11 Paris carnage in Belgium, as raids continue across the country in a massive manhunt for the main suspect of the terror attack

Belgium: Fourth person charged in connection with 13/11 attacks

France strikes Islamic State in Syria from newly-deployed carrier

France bombarded Islamic State targets in Syria from jets from the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier newly deployed in the eastern Mediterranean, hours after announcing similar strikes in Iraq.

France strikes Islamic State in Syria from newly-deployed carrier

Earthquake in Mexico: Acapulco rattled by 5.5-magnitude temblor

Earthquake in Mexico: A 5.5-magnitude earthquake shook Mexico's Pacific resort of Acapulco, prompting tourists to evacuate hotels and causing buildings to sway as far away as Mexico City.

Earthquake in Mexico: Acapulco rattled by 5.5-magnitude temblor

Homemade clock school row: US teen’s family seeks $15 mn in incident

The family of Ahmed Mohamed, the Texas teenager who was arrested after a teacher mistook his homemade clock for a bomb, has demanded $15 million in compensation and written apologies from Irving city'

Homemade clock school row: US teen’s family seeks $15 mn in incident

It’s a boy for George W Bush’s niece Lauren Bush!

The former president George W. Bush's niece Lauren Bush has welcomed her first child with husband David Lauren.

It’s a boy for George W Bush’s niece Lauren Bush!

Now, New York City rat takes a selfie

In a first, a rat took a selfie from a passed out man's phone on a New York City (NYC) railway station, a media report said.

Now, New York City rat takes a selfie

Malaysia Airlines MH370 can be found soon: Boeing 777 captain

After 20 months of search operations, missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 could be found in a matter of months after the hunt switched to an area identified by a British Boeing 777 captain.

Malaysia Airlines MH370 can be found soon: Boeing 777 captain

Paris attack: Barack Obama warns against overreaction to Islamic State attacks

Reassuring a nation on edge, President Barack Obama said Sunday that the Islamic State group ''cannot strike a mortal blow'' against the U.S., and he warned that overreacting to the Paris attacks woul

Paris attack: Barack Obama warns against overreaction to Islamic State attacks

French police extend questioning of suspect after Paris attacks

Investigators on Sunday extended into a fifth day the detention of a man arrested on Wednesday outside the building where the suspected ringleader of the Paris attacks died, the prosecutor's office sa

French police extend questioning of suspect after Paris attacks

Belgian police arrest 16, fail to find Paris attacks key suspect

Belgian police arrested 16 people during operations following the Nov. 13 Paris attacks but did not find Salah Abdeslam, the Brussels man suspected of playing a key role in the assault in France, the

Belgian police arrest 16, fail to find Paris attacks key suspect

Timeline of Paris attacks and investigation

On Friday, Nov. 13, a coordinated series of shootings and suicide bombings in Paris killed 130 people and wounded 352, in an attack claimed by Islamic State.

Timeline of Paris attacks and investigation

Paris attack suspect eludes Belgian dragnet, Brussels still in lockdown

Belgian police arrested 16 more people in late-night raids searching for those behind the deadly Nov. 13 attacks in Paris, but failed to find a prime suspect as the government locked down the capital

Paris attack suspect eludes Belgian dragnet, Brussels still in lockdown

Authorities missed many ‘red flags’ before Paris shootings

There were multiple chances to stop the men who attacked Paris.

Authorities missed many ‘red flags’ before Paris shootings

Several killed in Paris attacks hid in US band’s dressing room: Singer

The California rock band that was playing in Paris on the night of the Nov. 13 attacks survived the massacre at their concert, but others died seeking shelter in a dressing room, the group's lead sing

Several killed in Paris attacks hid in US band’s dressing room: Singer

New Orleans: Mass shooting leaves around 16 injured

Around 16 people have been hospitalised after a mass shootout broke out in a park in New Orleans on Sunday night, according to the local police.

New Orleans: Mass shooting leaves around 16 injured

Belgium: Brussels on ‘highest level’ of terror threat alert today

Belgium Prime Minister Charles Michel said that Brussels will remain at the highest possible level of security alert on Monday, due to fear of a possible Paris-like attack on the city.

Belgium: Brussels on ‘highest level’ of terror threat alert today

Brussels: 16 fresh arrests made in massive anti-terror raids

In the massive terror raids launched across Brussels, the Belgian police announced that 16 fresh arrests have been made, however, the main suspect of the Paris attack Salah Abdeslam, was not among the

Brussels: 16 fresh arrests made in massive anti-terror raids

Barack Obama: US ‘will not relent’ in Islamic State campaign

President Barack Obama vowed today that the United States and its international partners "will not relent" in the fight against the Islamic State group...

Barack Obama: US ‘will not relent’ in Islamic State campaign

Mild earthquake of 4.1 magnitude hits Nepal

A mild earthquake measuring 4.1 magnitude on the Richter scale today jolted western Nepal.

Mild earthquake of 4.1 magnitude hits Nepal

Swiss farmer finds trove of Roman coins in orchard

In one of the largest discoveries of ancient coins in Switzerland, a farmer has helped unearth more than 4,100 bronze and silver Roman coins dating between 270 and 294 AD in his cherry orchard.

Swiss farmer finds trove of Roman coins in orchard

Paris attacks mastermind linked to UK hate preachers

The mastermind of the Paris attacks was part of a network linked to at least six Islamist hate preachers from Britain, a media report said here today.

Paris attacks mastermind linked to UK hate preachers

Brussels put on high alert due fear of Paris like attack

Belgian capital Brussels has been put on highest level of security alert due to fear of a possible Paris like attack on the city.

Brussels put on high alert due fear of Paris like attack

Turkish police detains Belgian suspect role in Paris attack

Turkish Police detained a Belgian man here on Saturday over suspicion of him being involved in last week's terror strike in Paris, France, which left around 130 people dead.

Turkish police detains Belgian suspect role in Paris attack
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