China will on Friday lift air traffic control measures imposed to allow military drills and which have caused major delays and cancellations of flights, raising concerns over airline earnings.
BlackBerry Ltd said on Thursday its popular messaging system BBM, or BlackBerry Messenger, would now be open to those using the Windows phone platform, a move that potentially makes the messaging service more appealing to its enterprise clients.
China has acknowledged the existence of a new intercontinental ballistic missile said to be capable of carrying multiple nuclear warheads as far as the United States, state-run media reported on Friday.
A train smashed into a crowded bus carrying a bridal party west of the Bangladesh capital on Friday morning leaving at least 10 people dead and 57 injured, police said.
US President Barack Obama recognises the importance of a strong relationship with India, which is multifaceted and also an important national security relationship, the White House said today.
CIA Director John Brennan is apologising to Senate intelligence committee leaders after his top investigator found that CIA employees acted improperly when the CIA searched Senate computers earlier this year.
An internal investigation by the Central Intelligence Agency has found that its officers penetrated a computer network used by the Senate Intelligence Committee in preparing its damning report on the CIA's detention and interrogation program.
The makeshift shelter of upturned desks, cardboard boxes and dirty blankets in the courtyard of a United Nations school here was a considerable downgrade from the first refuge Fatima Kafarna found when shelling forced her from her home near the Gaza border with Israel two weeks ago.
The Federal Aviation Administration is restricting US airlines from flying at or below 30,000 feet (9,145 meters) over Iraq because of what it calls "the potentially hazardous situation created by the armed conflict" there.
Argentina entered economic limbo Thursday, forced into a default that could undermine an already frail economy if a dispute with US creditors is not resolved soon.
Hours past midnight on Thursday, US Secretary of State John Kerry was still working the phones, trying to come up with a cease-fire plan to stop the bloodshed in the Gaza Strip. He'd been pushing for a deal all day - in fact, for more than a week - and nailing down a final agreement was proving elusive.
Australia's prime minister on Friday welcomed a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas as "a marvelous humanitarian thing."
US Vice President Joe Biden is welcoming Japan's decision to loosen restrictions on its military to allow greater use of force to defend other countries.
The United States and the United Nations announced a 72-hour humanitarian ceasefire in the Gaza conflict late Thursday, a diplomatic bolt-from-the-blue that will pause the bloody, 24-day military campaign and set the stage for arduous negotiations between Israel and Hamas over a more lasting truce.
Inside the children's ward at Gaza 's Al Shafi hospital, we meet Noor, just six years old. She was shifted from home in Beit Hanoun, in north Gaza, to a nearby United Nations school.