The hearing will be scheduled after the May 29 Memorial Day holiday.
Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the Moon, used the bag to hold rocks and dust from the lunar region known as the Sea of Tranquility.
India has performed poorly in tackling cases of tuberculosis, diabetes, chronic kidney disease and rheumatic heart disease, a study in The Lancet says.
While Assange may still not be able to leave the embassy in London, the dropping of the rape charges indicates the end of a seven-year standoff with Sweden.
The May 14-18 Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll found that 38% of adults approved of Trump while 56% disapproved; the remaining 6% had “mixed feelings.”
The big turnout favoured Rouhani, whose backers’ main worry has been apathy among reformist voters disappointed with the slow pace of change.
Moral grandstanding is worse than being merely annoying. There are strong moral reasons to avoid grandstanding.
Tracing the story about how a twelfth century Persian poem promoting hedonism and denouncing religion became the inspiration of English scholars and soldiers for hundreds of years.
This post takes a look at the statistics on suicides in India and whether men are more likely to commit suicide than women.
While female newsreaders appear regularly on many Afghan channels, an entire station for women, with mainly young women, is a novelty.
Machines by Rahul Jain reveals how some industries turn bodies into commodities.
The long-awaited GST has been hailed as India’s biggest tax overhaul since independence and will replace a slew of federal and state levies.
The changing environment is invariably linked to human rights with over 62,000 people being displaced every day due to climate change.
The UK police has said it could still arrest Assange if he leaves the Ecuador embassy over his failure to surrender in 2012.
Hanan Odah, a Palestine refugee is living proof that as large businesses collapse, small-scale enterprises can survive and even thrive in the grassroots markets.
The force is part of the UN peacekeeping mission known as UNMISS, which has been in South Sudan since its independence from Sudan in 2011.
Efforts to isolate North Korea affected as tourist ferry with Russia builds economic ties. However, Russia denies connection between business and politics.
The newly constructed bridge is expected to be the icon of a new era of unity, though doubts about its efficiency and benefits are still rife.
Nilam Parikh, one of the four co-conspirators in a widespread call centre scam, admitted to her crime of posing as an immigration officer to US citizens.
South Africa has one of the world’s highest rates of violent crime but a string of grisly murders of women and children has sparked widespread outrage.
President Macron’s election as president smashed decades-old left-right grip on politics with the conservative Republicans (LR) and Socialists in shock.
“In a few day, you will be in Italy, in Europe. Libya is over,” each group of migrants on the boats was told in English or French.
The judge also said the law should be broadly construed to give people with disabilities recourse to pursue discrimination claims.
For Trump’s supporters the crisis in the White House is the latest egregious example of mainstream media bias and of Washington insiders desperate to preserve their status.
Citizens came out in large numbers to protest against the government’s corruption and the increasing gaps between the rich and poor.
Media critic Jeff Cohen and Paul Jay discuss the critical role Roger Ailes played in creating Fox News, who died yesterday at age 77.
These new austerity measures will be adopted in 2019 and 2020 to convince the IMF to participate financially in its latest 86 billion euro bailout.
Navin Shankar Subramaniam Xavier was the former chief executive officer of Essex Holdings, the company through which he carried out two fraud schemes.
The White House hopes the trip will shift focus away from domestic controversies and on to Donald Trump’s foreign policy agenda.
Relations between Beijing and Seoul had been strained by disagreement over South Korea’s hosting of the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defence system.
Marshall Bouton said in a new paper on US-India relations that the Trump administration should “expand intelligence sharing and seek ways to defuse tensions (with Pakistan).”
Macron undertakes his first trip as president to Mali where the security situation has worsened despite French intervention four years ago.
Navy records show he spent two months in a military prison in Charleston, South Carolina, in the summer of 2013 but do not specify why.
Atul Kumar Babubhai Patel was taken into custody by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the Atlanta City Detention Centre for two days.
Colombia’s Constitutional Court has struck down two provisions meant to speed approval of laws on the government’s peace deal with Marxist FARC rebels.
Three other Indians employed on World Cup sites have died of heart attacks in the last 18 months.
The court will pronounce the order on quantum of sentence on May 22.
Iraqi authorities and aid agencies are already struggling to cope with a surge in displacement since security forces opened a new front against the militants in Mosul earlier this month.
Manning was recently released from a US military prison seven years after being arrested for passing secrets to WikiLeaks in the largest breach of classified information in US history.
The investigation raised the possibility of Brazil seeing a second president fall in less than a year, with Brazilian financial markets tumbling on doubts.