Indian President Pranab Mukherjee has reportedly rejected 30 mercy pleas during his five-year tenure, which ends next month.
London police on Friday arrested a man at the fence surrounding the British parliament on suspicion of carrying a knife, which comes nearly three months after an Islamist terror attack in the same area.
Police have confirmed that at least 30 people have died in a massive fire that engulfed a residential building in west London, Sky News reported on Friday.
The Netherlands will double its contribution to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of this year and next year to 100,000 euros and invites other countries to do the same, Dutch Minister for the Environment Sharon Dijksma said on Friday.
A special anti-terror court in India’s Mumbai Friday held six Muslim men guilty for their roles in the 1993 serial bomb blasts in the country’s financial capital that killed over 250 people.
Turkey’s main opposition party started a 400-km (250-mile) march Thursday from the capital to an Istanbul prison to protest the imprisonment of one of its lawmakers.
Iran’s Finance Minister Ali Tayyebniya will visit Seoul soon to finalize talks over credit line of 13 billion U.S. dollars from South Korea for Iran’s several energy projects, Press TV reported.
An acclaimed photographer, a six-month-old baby and a pair of Italian architects are among the dozens reported missing in the London tower block fire.
India’s financial crimes agency filed charges of money-laundering Wednesday against Vijay Mallya, accusing the flamboyant tycoon of siphoning off money from a loan to his now-defunct airline.
The Public Prosecutor’s Office in Madrid on Tuesday accused Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo of tax fraud totaling 14.7 million euros.
Sri Lankan railway authorities announced a crackdown on selfies on Tuesday after a 12-year-old boy was decapitated and two other men also died while snapping themselves on a coastal track.