TTP does not want to enforce Shariah at gunpoint, says Imran

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan said Thursday that Taliban did not want to enforce Shariah in the country at gunpoint but wanted...

India’s betrayal of Palestine

India's betrayal of Palestine From India to Palestine has focused attention on the sufferings of Palestinians and the aggressive policies that Israel pursues against Palestine FROM...

Banks paid $100 bn in US fines for ‘pre-crisis mistakes’

As supervisory bodies are tightening the screws on the financial institutions across the world seeking to punish those involved in the 2007 financial crisis,...

N. Korea test-fires ballistic missiles in defiance of US-South war games

North Korea test-fired two medium range ballistic missiles in a move violating a UN Security Council ban. The launches come after test-firing of short...

Hard times: Top British writers blast prisoner book ban

An alliance of British authors have some harsh words for the government's new rules that prohibit prisoners from receiving the works of their favorite...

Arab summit rejects Israel as ‘Jewish state’

The Arab League has refused to recognize Israel as a Jewish state, backing Palestine’s stance on the issue. The demand by Israel threatened to...

Obama: Regular NATO presence required in Eastern Europe

NATO must have a sustained presence in countries that feel “vulnerable” to Russia, US President Barack Obama said at a meeting with EU leaders...

Push in Sardinia for online vote on independence from Italy

The island of Sardinia plans to hold an online referendum on independence from Italy, following in the footsteps of country’s northeastern Veneto region, where...

US considers buying industrial cannabis from Ukraine to bolster its economy

The US Department of Agriculture is looking to boost imports of hemp seeds from Ukraine, hoping this will help the country’s battered economy. However,...

Polio Eradication Efforts in the Muslim World

  (The London Post, 26 March 2014 -PR): MADE in Europe has completed an ethnographic research project examining the religious and cultural barriers to Polio...

Proteas punished for slow over-rate

South Africa have been penalised for a slow over-rate in Monday's narrow win over New Zealand. The Proteas, who won the World Twenty20 Super 10...

Inflation at four-year low of 1.7%

The prospect of a steady rise in real term wages for the first time since the start of the economic downturn came a step...

More Lloyds shares to be sold off

Another tranche of taxpayer shares in Lloyds Banking Group are to be sold off as the Government continues with plans to fully return the...

‘We must send Russia clear message’

Russia faces further diplomatic and political isolation if it intervenes in eastern Ukraine, David Cameron has warned. The Prime Minister was meeting world leaders in...

Russian anti-drug chief urges new plan to counter Afghanistan drug threat

The head of Russia’s anti-drug service says the international community must concentrate on fighting “planet-scale” centers producing illegal drugs, such as Afghanistan. Fighting the "planet...

Japan prepares to ship nuclear materials to the US

Japan agreed to transfer a share of its highly enriched uranium and weapons grade plutonium stockpiles to the US as part of the global...

Russian Senator seeks to strip President Obama of Nobel over double...

A Russian senator has asked the Nobel Committee to annul the award given to the US President last year claiming Barack Obama’s double standard...

Inmarsat: How Missing Flight MH370 Was Tracked

The UK company responsible for confirming that flight MH370 crashed into the southern Indian Ocean has explained why it took two weeks for their...

Heartbreak for MH370 families

Relatives of flight MH370's passengers and crew have been told that the plane crashed in the southern Indian Ocean, leaving no survivors. The Malaysia Airlines...

Lisa Snowdon’s breakfast routine

We all have different time pressures and routines in the morning in order to get the day started, but how many of us prioritise...