A Kyrgyz soldier stationed near the Central Asian state's border with Kazakhstan shot dead four of his colleagues and the wife of one of them on Monday before fleeing in a car.
The top US military officer Martin Dempsey flew Sunday to Afghanistan to hold talks with senior commanders amid a spate of attacks by Afghan soldiers on their NATO counterparts.
A suicide bomber blew up his explosive-laden car at a check post in southwestern Pakistan overnight killing five people including three soldiers, an official said Saturday.
A spate of bombings and gun attacks that killed at least 53 people in Iraq overshadowed preparations Friday to mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan, amid warnings that insurgents could strike again.
A gunman shot and wounded a male security guard Wednesday at the Washington headquarters of a Christian conservative lobbying group.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh voiced shock Monday at the killing of worshippers at a Sikh temple in the US, while Sikh leaders suggested American Muslims may have been the intended target.
A gunman attacked worshippers on Sunday at a suburban Sikh temple in the midwestern United States, killing at least six people before he was himself shot dead by police.
A wave of violence swept across Iraq Monday, with 111 killed on the country's deadliest day in two and a half years, after Al-Qaeda warned it would seek to retake territory and mount new attacks.
Lawyers for the alleged Al-Qaeda mastermind of the deadly 2000 attack on the USS Cole demanded Thursday that his Guantanamo military tribunal be televised.
Two civilians were killed and four wounded in bomb and shooting attacks in southern Thailand, a military spokesman said Friday, as the region marked the start of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
Bulgaria began probing Thursday a blast at its Black Sea airport of Burgas that left six people dead and more than 30 injured in the deadliest attack on Israelis abroad since 2004.
Ordinarily peaceful Norway, known for tolerance and high living standards, was wrenched out of its serenity that Friday, July 22, 2011, when two deadly attacks from within plunged the nation into horror.
India's top carmaker Maruti Suzuki suspended production at a plant near New Delhi after workers attacked managers, leaving one person dead and scores injured.
Republican Mitt Romney on Friday angrily blunted "false" attacks about his time at Bain Capital but did not cede to demands to release more tax returns that have dogged his White House bid.
A samurai sword-wielding attacker shot dead by Malaysian police near Prime Minister Najib Razak's office had told his wife he was a "messenger of God".
This is related to the fact that Almaty city has a big number of active Internet-users.
Astana court announced its ruling on the case against the British citizen who made a debauch in the airport of Astana.
Kazakhstan was ranked seventh in the world rating of Internet-surfing risk 2011.
The corporate website of BTA Bank is under DDoS attacks again.
Corporate website of BTA Bank has been exposed to DDoS attacks and the bank’s management decided to suspend it for security reasons.
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