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Asaduddin Owaisi's house vandalised in Delhi, 5 members of Hindu Sena arrested | Three members of a family die in waterlogged home near Kolkata trying to charge phone | US opening an 'era of relentless diplomacy' after Afghanistan: Joe Biden at UNGA session | Air Marshal VR Chaudhari to be next Indian Air Force chief | Nitin Gadkari emphasises on fixing driving hours for truck drivers of commercial vehicles

Curfew enforced in Baltimore

Baltimore, Apr 29 (IBNS) A day after the Baltimore witnessed violence, curfew was enforced in the US city on Tuesday, officials said.

Violence erupts in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's funeral

Baltimore, Apr 28 (IBNS) Violence protests erupted in the streets of Baltimore city in the US over the death of Freddie Gray who was fatally injured in police custody, media reports said on Tuesday.

Two western hostages killing: Pakistan expresses shock and sorrow

Islamabad, Apr 24 (IBNS) Pakistan on Friday expressed its 'shock and sorrow' over the death of two western hostages Warren Weinstein and Giovanni Lo Porto in the US drone strike conducted in January.

Obama apologizes for hostage deaths

Washington, Apr 24 (IBNS): US President Barack Obama on Thursday said two hostages were killed during a U.S. counterterrorism operation targeting an al Qaeda compound in January.

Boston Marathon bombing survivor crosses line, finishes race

Boston, Apr 21 (IBNS): Victim Rebekah Gregory has completed the Boston Marathon which had witnessed a bombing in 2013, media reports said.

Washington: Ban says, last mile of Ebola struggle may be most difficult

New York, Apr 18 (IBNS): While there has been important progress over recent months, the Ebola epidemic remains a pressing challenge, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Friday, stressing that on the road to eradicating the scourge the “last mile” may be the toughest.

Washington: UN chief meets US Government officials

New York, Apr 17 (IBNS): United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is in Washington, D.C. on Thursday where he is meeting with members of Congress and other Unites States officials to discuss the crises in Yemen and Syria and other pressing global issues, including Ebola and climate change.

I'm running for president: Hillary Clinton

Washington, Apr 13 (IBNS): Ending all speculations, former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for president on Sunday.

Pentagon Center shopping plaza evacuated following bomb threat

Washington, Mar 27 (IBNS) A shopping plaza in US' Arlington city has been evacuated following a bomb threat to the shopping center’s central office, media reports said on Friday.

NY: House fire kills 7 children

New York, Mar 21 (IBNS) At least seven children were killed as fire broke out in a house in New York city's Brooklyn area on Saturday, media reports said.

US shuts down embassy, consulates in Saudi Arabia over security concerns

Riyadh, Mar 15 (IBNS): Citing 'heightened security concerns at U.S. diplomatic facilities in Saudi Arabia', the U.S. Embassy and Consulates have cancelled all consular services in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dhahran for Sunday and Monday, officials said.

US: 2 police officers shot in Ferguson

Ferguson, Mar 12 (IBNS) : At least two police officers were shot outside the Ferguson police department here on Thursday, media reports said.

Missouri shooting kills 9

Missouri, Feb 27 (IBNS): At least nine people have been killed in multiple shootings in Texas County in south-central Missouri, media reports said on Friday.

America is in war with extremism, not Islam: Obama

Washington, Feb 19 (IBNS): On closing of the Summit on Countering Violent Extremism, speaking to the representatives from 60 nations, US President Barack Obama on Wednesday, said, "We are not at war with Islam. We are at war with people who have perverted Islam."

UN rights chief condemns murder of 21 Christians in Libya

New York, Feb 18 (IBNS): The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has said on Tuesday that the beheading of 21 Christian men in Libya was a “vile crime targeting people on the basis of their religion” and urged Libyans to unite against extremists.