VIENNA: Non-Aligned Movement in a meeting of International Atomic Energy Board of Governors underlined countries' indisputable right to the development, research and use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.
NEW YORK: Republicans have scored an upset victory in a House race that became a referendum on the President, Mr Barack Obama's economic policies.
LONDON: Multidrug-resistant and extensively drug-resistant forms of tuberculosis (TB) are spreading at an alarming rate in Europe and will kill thousands unless health authorities halt the pandemic, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON: A US commission on religious freedom today expressed disappointment on the omission of countries like Pakistan and Vietnam from the list of nations designated as of particular concern on religious freedom.
WASHINGTON: Researchers have developed an instrument for fine tuning an airplane's digital flight-data recorder or "black box" so that it can pre-empt crashes and ensure greater safety for passengers.
TORONTO: Here's good news for those suffering from fatty liver disease - pure maple syrup is likely to boost your liver, new research suggests.
ISLAMABAD: Five Pakistani school children were today killed and over 15 others injured when unidentified gunmen attacked a school van on the outskirts of Peshawar city in the country's northwest.
BEIJING: An explosion at a furnace at the Centraco nuclear waste treatment facility in southern France has killed one person and injured four others.
NEW YORK: Pakistan's military-run ISI could have provided protection to slain al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden for a period of time, suggests the latest issue of 'The New Yorker' magazine.
SAO PAULO: Ms Angola's Leila Lopes has become the new Miss Universe, edging out beauties from Ukraine, Brazil, the Philippines and China as the pageant marked its 60th anniversary.