New York Times
US Embassy in Montenegro Is Attacked, but Only the Assailant Is Killed
New York Times
ZAGREB, Croatia — A man threw an explosive device onto the grounds of the United States Embassy in Montenegro late Wednesday, but succeeded in killing only himself, Montenegrin and American officials said. Around midnight local time, witnesses saw the ...
Montenegro police working to identify attacker on US embassy
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US Embassy in Montenegro attacked
The Latest: Russia says will consider UN cease-fire in Syria
BEIRUT — The Latest on Syria related developments (all times local):. 2:40 p.m.. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says Moscow will consider supporting a U.N. Security Council resolution calling for a cease-fire in Syria if it does not cover ...
New raids kill 13 in Damascus suburb of Ghouta
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From 'snub' to scandal, Trudeau's India visit sparks outrage
New Delhi (CNN) Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's week-long trip to India has gone from bad to worse. Already dogged by bad press and speculation that he had been "snubbed" by the Indian government, on Thursday Canadian officials were again on ...
Invitation to convicted terrorist throws cloud over Trudeau's India visit
Canada rescinds invitation to Sikh militant to dine with Trudeau
PM Trudeau: Invitation should not have gone to Sikh extremist
India's ranking falls from 79 to 81 in Corruption Perception Index: Transparency International
The index uses a scale of 0 to 100, where 0 is highly corrupt and 100 is very clean. India ranks 81st in Corruption Perception Index. Image for representation. HIGHLIGHTS. India's ranking in the Corruption Perception Index falls to 81. In the 2016 ...
Brazil Seen as More Corrupt Than Argentina in Global Ranking
Countries move too slowly against corruption, watchdog group says
India more corrupt than China, better than Pak: Transparency International