Fallen Malaysian leader Najib Razak is being questioned over the purchase of two French-made submarines, an official told AFP Tuesday, the latest probe to engulf the former prime minister since his government's ousting.
The Colombian Unit of Civil Aeronautics has opened an investigation into an incident between an Avianca and a Lufthansa plane which on Saturday reportedly went close to colliding before landing in the country's south-west.
One person died and at least five people are slightly injured on Tuesday after a passenger train derailed outside of Barcelona, Spain, the police said.
Three men who allegedly plotted "chilling" terror attacks in Melbourne were charged early Tuesday, less than two weeks after a stabbing rampage inspired by the Islamic State group left two dead in Australia's second city, police said.
A gunman shot a doctor to death outside a Chicago hospital on Monday before storming the facility and killing a pharmaceutical assistant and a police officer during an exchange of gunfire and dying in the rampage, officials said.
The much talked about meeting of parties opposed to the Bharatiya Janata Party to strategise against the ruling party in the next Lok Sabha elections has been postponed, senior leaders said yesterday.
The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) is auditing the impact of the controversial demonetisation on India’s economy and may complete its report on it before the budget session of parliament early next year.
Hundreds of “manual scavengers” die each year cleaning out sewers in cities across India but a machine unveiled for yesterday’s World Toilet Day could help to end that tragic record. Thousands of mostly low-caste people are employed in one of the world’s dirtiest jobs unclogging human waste