Maan Singh Khalsa, an Indian immigrant, was attacked last September in Richmond, California.
Donald Trump avoided many of the missteps his critics feared, but he failed to acknowledge the presence of the country’s large Muslim population and its contribution to American society.
The police said ten suspects, including the owner of the club and several staff members, had been charged, while the others were being questioned.
As head of the ruling party in Turkey, Erdogan plans to revamp party to fulfil promises of fighting enemies and speeding up economic change.
A new law that would drive out of Hungary a top university founded by US financier George Soros has since April triggered a series of protests.
A planned joint statement had to be scrapped because of the differences over protectionism between the US and APEC countries at a Vietnam forum.
North Korea fired a ballistic missile into waters off its east coast on Sunday, its second missile test in a week.
ISIS, which claimed responsibility for the attack, is opposed to all sides in Syria’s six-year civil war, including Syrian insurgent groups.
The astronauts will venture outside to replace a computer that recently failed, leaving the space station to depend on a backup system.
His reaction comes after Trump singled out Iran as a key sponsor of militant groups and signed an arms deal worth billions of dollars with Saudi Arabia.
Sanchez has pledged to take a firm stand against the ruling minority People Party’s (PP) market-friendly, deficit-tackling policies.
Bad weather and high winds are to blame for the high number of deaths this month.
Philippine foreign minister Alan Cayetano insists that China’s warning against drilling for oil in the South China Sea was not a threat even as Supreme Court judge urges the government to seek help from the UN.
The Survation telephone poll was conducted on May 19 and 20 after the release of the Conservative and Labour manifestos.
The Republican healthcare bill seeks to overhaul the national healthcare system and cut more than $800 billion over the next ten years from Medicaid.
A majority were male-to-female surgeries and only 0.9% of all cases involve genital transformations.
The UN Security Council is due to meet on Tuesday behind closed doors to discuss the latest test at the request of the US, Japan and South Korea.
The vault on the Svalbard archipelago seeks to safeguard the world’s food supplies from cataclysms such as nuclear war or disease in natural permafrost.
Rescuers were working to free people from the bus, which photographs from the scene showed had been reduced to a mangled wreck in a wooded gully.
The opposition’s choice of TV host Salvador Nasralla has created a new hurdle for President Hernandez as he seeks to retain power in the November election.
The protest aimed to voice their objections to policies advocated by Pence as part of the Trump administration and as governor, as well Trump’s travel ban.
Trump singled out Iran as a key source of funding and support for militant groups and his words aligned with the views of his Saudi Arabian hosts.
As well as the concessions,Netanyahu’s security cabinet voted to establish a committee to examine legalising outposts built without formal approval in the occupied West Bank.
Senior officials at several global funds that manage huge investments have stated that these problems could cause the destabilisation of the Indian economy.
What started off as an effort to inculcate a sense of belonging gave this Indonesian slum district new life.
Hundreds of demonstrators marched, chanting and waving banners reading “Temer Out!”
Over the two days, Trump will meet separately with both the Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Palestinian President Abbas and visit holy sites.
The overall number of cases of the haemorrhagic fever discovered since early May has risen to 37 from 29.
Jeremy Corbyn fails to appeal to this key demographic for a number of important reasons.
At a festival intertwined with France’s national identity, the tension of art, politics and commerce always looms.
Cancer researchers are deviating from mainstream approaches to cancer treatment to look for natural molecules capable of derailing cancer in its early stage.
Africa’s public schools have problems, but charter schools and academies can’t fix everything.
Scientists are linking the emergence and extinction of the ostrich bird in the Indian subcontinent to continental shifts and climate change.
Doing away with the study of musical theory and notation will simply entrench elitism in the music world.
In the past all FBI directors, much like James Comey, have maintained memos. These become crucial evidence when studying decision making and efficacy.
Investigators remain divided over whether there was a spy within the CIA who betrayed the sources or whether the Chinese hacked the CIA’s covert communications system.
An earthquake of 5.7 magnitude hit the country but no damages have yet been reported.
President Temer’s fight to continue as president will drain resources and delay Brazil’s efforts to stabilise its economy.
It had earlier called for the shutdown of all Exxon Mobil Corp facilities in the Niger Delta, which affected output, delaying loadings by weeks.
Temer refused to resign till the incriminating recording was verified, despite a probe authorised by the Supreme Court into allegations that he took bribes.