Civil society calls for investigation into surveillance of Romanian journalist C?t?lin Tolontan
Dec 13, Bucharest: The undersigned members of IFEX, the global network promoting and defending freedom of expression worldwide, express their profound
Former US President Clinton receives human rights award
Storrs: Former US President Bill Clinton awarded with “Thomas J. Dodd Prize in International Justice and Human Rights” for changing the gl
US to extend more troops in Afghanistan
Washington: The United States is to extend 5,500 more troops in Afghanistan beyond 2016 and President Barack Obama will outline the plans later, admin
After TPP deal announced, the real fight begins
Washington: On 5 October 2015, trade officials announced that they reached a final deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Their announcement cam
Muslim Americans win chance to sue NYPD for spying
An appeals court in the US has given Muslim Americans another chance to sue the New York Police Department for its surveillance on them.
Hillary Clinton attacks rival Bernie Sanders over his gun record
Oct.14, Washington: Hillary Clinton has attacked her main rival Bernie Sanders over US gun laws at the Democratic presidential debate.
US-Russia to talk over air safety in Syria
Oct.14, New York: US and Russia are to hold talks over air safety in Syria to avoid accidental conflict as both nations came within miles of each othe
US Prez Obama apologises to MSF
Oct.8, Washington: US president Barack Obama has apologised to MSF for the US air strike that hit hospital in Afghanistan Kunduz.
Iranian parliament passes bill approving nuclear agreement
Oct.13, Tehran: Parliament in Iran has endorsed the landmark nuclear agreement with world powers, clearing the last hurdle before both sides begin wor
Washington Post's Reporter Jason Rezaian convicted
Oct.12, Washington: Jailed Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has been convicted and he reportedly faces up to 10 to 20 years in prison, Iran'
UN Security Council adopts migrants resolution for one year
Oct.9, New York: The U.N. Security Council on Friday adopted a resolution to authorize the European Union and individual countries to seize migr
Global youth unemployment rate still above financial crisis levels: Report
Oct.9, London: Global youth unemployment rates have stabilized somewhat but remain well above pre-financial crisis levels, according to a new re
Sudanese intelligence agency persecutes two women reporters
Sept.14, Khartoum: Reporters Without Borders is extremely concerned about the way Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS)
Croatia to force Hungary to accept refugees
Sept 19, Budapest: The Croatian authorities have stated that they will force Hungary to accept refugees on Saturday. Zoran Milanovic's state
President Obama urged to discuss Rights issues with the Saudi King
Sept 3, Washington: Human Rights organizations have urged President Barack Obama to focus on Human Rights issues during his talks with the Saudi
Secretary-General seeks support from Member States to end sexual misconduct by UN personnel
Sept.18, Geneva: Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon highlighted on the specific actions aimed at ending sexual exploitation and abuse by United Natio
Burkina Faso military releases interim president after coup
Sept.18, Ouagadougou: Military in Burkina Faso has released the country's interim president after he was detained during a revolution that d
In Nepal, India’s intervention sours celebrations of a new constitution
Ben Carson's narrow view of Islam is widely shared
Apple is showing anti-choice tendencies in app store
Doctor Who: everything we know about the new series
Everest review – Jake Gyllenhaal treks up to the summit and back without much of a view
The Oslo Times Strongly Condemns the attack on our journalist in...
More and more journalists are being killed or kidnapped by states, this disturbing trend of impunity against...
Foreign Interference can ruin a nation, Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai Tell's The Oslo Times
Foreign Interference can ruin a nation, former Afghan President Hamid Karzai Tells The Oslo Times...
Stop this atrocity against innocent civilians !!!
German Authorities probe Islamic extremist link to the bombing of the Borussia Dortmund football team's bus
China wants stability in the Korean Peninsula : Chinese President Xi Jinping
Italy experiences surge in number of refugee arrivals
Fire in French refugee camp injures atleast 10
World Health Day: Foundation offers free medical treatment to Ex- servicemen
Qatar comes under scrutiny for mistreatment of migrant workers
Aung San Suu Kyi denies ethnic cleansing of Rohingya community
UN calls emergency meeting after possible Chemical attack in Syria
ADL calls on Sweden to protect the Jewish community in the country
Over 58 killed and scores injured in suspected chemical attack in Syria
US President Trump expresses his condolence to victims of St. Petersburg Metro attack
A blast has gone off inside St Petersburg Metro 10 casualties reported
A blast has gone off inside St Petersburg Metro casualties reported
US President Trump claims US will solve N.Korea nuclear threat with or without China
Assaults on asylum seekers doubles in Austria:Interior Ministry
Paraguay: Protesters set Congress ablaze
North Korea and Malaysia end diplomatic row
Iran compares US to an armed robber entering others home
EC President Tusk set to issue Brexit guidelines
NATO-Russia substantial meeting on topics of common concern: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg