US gained access to North Korean networks in 2010, leaving Obama in 'no doubt' about Sony attackers
Vatal Nagaraj says domestic animals are 'more loyal than human beings' and deserve to be honoured
Burmese migrant workers accused of beach attacks on two UK holidaymakers
The act was intended to 'send a strong message', but Indian police warn against mob justice
The attack is 'latest in a long history of avoidable tragedies' at India's National Zoological Park
Times of India accuses star of hypocrisy after she objects to high-angle video of her cleavage
Security is increased across India as al-Qaeda tries to regain attention from Islamic State
Protesters clash with police and attempt to storm PM's house as 'all hell breaks loose' in Islamabad
The 'brave' rice farmer managed to break the leopard's teeth and kill it after a half-hour struggle
Flights have been suspended at Karachi Airport, where security forces came under fire again today
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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