LOS ANGELES-- A shooting on Wednesday afternoon in Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard left three dead, including the gunman, and one injured.
JALALABAD -- A fresh batch of Islamic State (IS) militants surrendered in Jalalabad city, capital of eastern Nangarhar province on Thursday, a provincial governor said.
LUCKNOW- A 23-year-old rape victim was set ablaze by a gang of men, including the alleged rapist, as she made her way to court in the northern India on Thursday, police said, stirring public outrage and shame over the scourge of crimes against women.
VIENNA- OPEC and its allies led by Russia on Thursday were moving closer to agreeing one of the deepest output cuts this decade to support crude prices and prevent a glut, sources from OPEC and its allied producers said.
BEIJING - Tariffs must be cut if China and the United States are to reach an interim agreement on trade, the Chinese commerce ministry said on Thursday, sticking to its stance that some U.S. tariffs must be rolled back for a phase one deal.
BUENOS AIRES -- The U.S. decision to reimpose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Argentina and Brazil is a protectionist measure that shows it is flouting its responsibility in maintaining the international balance of trade, according to economist Jorge Marchini.
SANTIAGO -- Chile's Chamber of Deputies on Wednesday approved a bill aimed at stamping out violent protests such as looting and roadblocking.
BRUSSELS- Euro zone finance ministers will seek broad agreement on Wednesday for a package of steps to make banks more stable, but Italy’s objections and the German finance minister’s weakened domestic position are likely to make a deal more difficult.
BEIJING - China summoned a representative of the U.S. embassy on Wednesday to protest against a U.S. House of Representatives bill about Beijing’s treatment of its Uighur Muslim minority, state television reported.