Colombia finds treasure galleon – 300-year mystery ends

CARTAGENA, Colombia: Colombia says it has found the shipwreck of a storied Spanish galleon laden with gold and precious stones, three centuries after it...

Women getting more interested in IS terrorism

WASHINGTON: Islamic State propaganda is resonating with a growing and loyal following of young women and teenagers, complicating US counterterrorism efforts to identify and...

32 IS fighters dead in US-led raids – 13 civilians killed in Russian air...

BEIRUT: At least 32 Islamic State group fighters were killed yesterday in apparent US-led coalition raids on Syria as President Bashar Al-Assad slammed Britain's...

Lebanese soldier recalls Qaeda kidnap ordeal

KOBAYAT, Lebanon: Lebanese soldier George Al-Khoury cried for days after Al-Qaeda executed a fellow captive during one of the lowest points of his 16-month...

Jordanian man overpowered on Lufthansa flight

BERLIN: Lufthansa crew and passengers overpowered a man who interfered with a cabin door on a Frankfurt-Belgrade flight yesterday, the German carrier said, insisting...

Woman in deadly California rampage fervently devout

SAN BERNARDINO: In the final few years of Tashfeen Malik's life, the people around the young woman saw her dress ever more conservatively and...

‘We feel ashamed’: Pakistani relatives of California shooter

KAROR LAL ESAN: Estranged relatives of a Pakistani woman involved in a mass shooting in California spoke yesterday of their shame at her crimes,...

Airport reopens in Chennai

CHENNAI: India’s main airport in flood-devastated Tamil Nadu state reopened yesterday as emergency workers strove to help thousands of residents forced to flee their...

Top security officials of India, Pakistan meet – Talks cover peace, terrorism, Jammu...

ISLAMABAD: The Indian and Pakistani national security advisers held "cordial" talks in Bangkok yesterday on militancy and Kashmir, a joint statement said, as the...

Chinese govt adviser denounces fake living Buddhas

BEIJING: A senior Chinese government official said fake living Buddhas were using donations to support pro-independence activities in Tibet and called on local authorities...

Indian businessman hosts wedding for 151 couples

With the brides dressed in traditional red and gold embroidered saris and the grooms wearing long tunics and turbans, 151 young couples tied the...

IS hails California attackers as followers – Obama insists America ‘will not be terrorized’

SAN BERNARDINO, California: US President Barack Obama insisted yesterday that America "will not be terrorized" as the Islamic State group praised the perpetrators of...

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