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Range of suspects 'wide open' in Boston bombings: FBI
Range of suspects 'wide open' in Boston bombings: FBI

There have so far been no claims of responsibility for the deadly Boston bombings, and investigators are considering a wide range of suspects.

Range of suspects 'wide open' in Boston bombings: FBI
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Two explosions in Boston kill 3, injure 144

Two explosions in Boston, Massachusetts, kill 3, injure at least 130. Federal authorities are classifying the bombings as a terrorist attack.

Two explosions in Boston kill 3, injure 144
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Parcel bomb sent to Italian newspaper office

A parcel bomb was sent to the offices of Italian newspaper La Stampa on Tuesday but failed to detonate when opened, prompting an evacuation of the building as bomb disposal teams were deployed.

Parcel bomb sent to Italian newspaper office
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Afghan roadside bomb hits bus killing nine: officials

A roadside bomb in Afghanistan exploded under a bus on Monday, killing nine people and wounding at least 22 in an attack by suspected Taliban militants.

Afghan roadside bomb hits bus killing nine: officials
Suicide bomb in Kabul during Hagel visit: officials
Suicide bomb in Kabul during Hagel visit: officials

A large suicide bomb exploded near the defence ministry in central Kabul during a visit to the Afghan capital on Saturday by new US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.

Suicide bomb in Kabul during Hagel visit: officials
US, China to increase nuclear sanctions on N. Korea
US, China to increase nuclear sanctions on N. Korea

The United States and China will on Thursday seek to tighten the UN sanctions screws on North Korea after its widely condemned nuclear bomb test last month.

US, China to increase nuclear sanctions on N. Korea
Karachi shuts down to bury 45 bomb dead
Karachi shuts down to bury 45 bomb dead

Pakistan's largest city Karachi shut down on Monday to mourn 45 people killed by a car bomb in a Shiite Muslim neighbourhood, the latest in a series of devastating attacks as Pakistan prepares for elections.

Karachi shuts down to bury 45 bomb dead
Iran exploring second route to nuclear bomb: report
Iran exploring second route to nuclear bomb: report

Satellite images show that Iran's Arak heavy-water plan is operational, raising fears that it is trying to produce plutonium for a nuclear bomb.

Iran exploring second route to nuclear bomb: report
India hunts bombers after Hyderabad carnage
India hunts bombers after Hyderabad carnage

India hunted Friday for perpetrators of twin bomb attacks that killed 14 people and wounded dozens more near a cinema and a bus stand in a busy neighbourhood in the city of Hyderabad.

India hunts bombers after Hyderabad carnage
Pakistan protesters demand end to killing of Shiites
Pakistan protesters demand end to killing of Shiites

Thousands of women refused Monday to bury victims of a bloody bombing and a strike shut down Pakistan's biggest city Karachi as protesters across the country demanded protection for Shiite Muslims.

Pakistan protesters demand end to killing of Shiites
Al-Qaeda offshoot claims Baghdad bombings
Al-Qaeda offshoot claims Baghdad bombings

Al-Qaeda's front group in Iraq has claimed a wave of bombings targeting Shiite areas of Baghdad that killed at least 21 people Sunday.

Al-Qaeda offshoot claims Baghdad bombings
Iran scorns Israel's nuclear red line as 'laughing matter'
Iran scorns Israel's nuclear red line as 'laughing matter'

Iran on Tuesday scorned as a "laughing matter" comments by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Tehran is moving closer to making a nuclear bomb.

Iran scorns Israel's nuclear red line as 'laughing matter'
Islamists attack north Mali city after suicide bombings
Islamists attack north Mali city after suicide bombings

Islamist gunmen attacked the largest city in northern Mali on Sunday following two straight days of suicide bombings, intensifying their insurgency on territory reclaimed by French-led forces.

Islamists attack north Mali city after suicide bombings
UN chief condemns 'escalating' violence in Pakistan
UN chief condemns 'escalating' violence in Pakistan

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon said Sunday he was "appalled by the escalating terrorist violence in Pakistan," after 19 Shiite pilgrims died in a car bomb and 21 kidnapped soldiers were killed.

UN chief condemns 'escalating' violence in Pakistan
Bomb hits prosecutor's office in Libya's Benghazi    Origin: Libya
Bomb hits prosecutor's office in Libya's Benghazi Origin: Libya

An improvised bomb exploded outside the headquarters of the public prosecutor in the Libyan city of Benghazi causing material damage but no fatalities.

Bomb hits prosecutor's office in Libya's Benghazi Origin: Libya
Assad forces take district of Syria's Homs: NGO
Assad forces take district of Syria's Homs: NGO

Forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad on Saturday seized a district of the central city of Homs after a fierce assault that sparked a humanitarian crisis.

Assad forces take district of Syria's Homs: NGO
Asian student survivors of Hiroshima to be honoured
Asian student survivors of Hiroshima to be honoured

Hiroshima University said Thursday it would bestow honorary doctorates on three former students from Southeast Asia who survived the 1945 atomic bombing of the Japanese city.

Asian student survivors of Hiroshima to be honoured
Three Afghans killed in suicide attack on US base
Three Afghans killed in suicide attack on US base

A suicide car bombing hit a US-run base in eastern Afghanistan Wednesday, killing at least three Afghans and wounding seven others.

Three Afghans killed in suicide attack on US base
Syria regime using missiles, barrel bombs: US
Syria regime using missiles, barrel bombs: US

The Syrian regime has begun using missiles and barrel bombs against rebels, a top US official said Wednesday, signaling a dangerous escalation of the deadly 21-month-old conflict.

Syria regime using missiles, barrel bombs: US
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At least 20 FARC rebels killed in Colombia: army

At least 20 leftist rebels were killed in Colombia after the military launched bombing strikes against their camp in Narino province, near the border with Ecuador.

At least 20 FARC rebels killed in Colombia: army