KABUL: At least four Afghan soldiers were killed and six civilians injured in a bomb blast in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul on Tuesday, October 21.
ABUJA: World Health Organization (WHO) has declared Nigeria as free of Ebola virus after six weeks with no new cases.
ANKARA: Turkish foreign minister on Monday said that Turkey would allow Iraqi Kurdish fighters to cross border into Syria to fight against Islamic State (IS) militants in Kobani.
KOBANI: United State (US) aircraft dropped combat and aid for Kurdish fighters, who are fighting with Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria’s Kurdish city of Kobani.
SYDNEY: Australian government allowed women to wear veil on their faces in the Public Galleries of Senate on October 20, Monday.
DAMASCUS: Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) fighter were captured training to fly fighter jets at and air base in Syria yesterday.
NEW YORK: US President Barack Obama had escaped trouble thanks to Michelle Obama as his credit card was declined at a restaurant in New York city.
STOCKHOLM: Aida Hadzialic has been elected the youngest and the first Muslim minister of Sweden, local media reported on Thursday.
WASHINGTON: Apple has finally unwrapped its flagship world’s thinnest tablet Apple iPad mini 3 on Thursday.
LOS ANGELES: American film and television actor Neil Patrick Harris will host the 87th Oscars Awards ceremony on next year in Los Angeles.