International Business Times

  1. Eastern Ukraine Sees 'Intense Shelling', Putin Defends Annexation Of Crimea
    European observers stationed in eastern Ukraine reported heavy and continuous shelling in the village of Shirokino, located in the strife-torn Donetsk region, on Sunday, according to media reports. The reports of fresh shelling came just hours after the Ukrainian military claimed that a serviceman had been killed and several others wounded during clashes with Moscow-backed rebels near the city of Mariupol.
  2. Journalists Beaten, Detained By Police At Baltimore Protests
    A photographer was detained and another journalist was beaten by Baltimore police officers while they were covering protests against police brutality late Saturday, according to local media.
  3. Pakistan Military's Move On Karachi Seen Part Of 'Creeping Coup'
    (Reuters) - The chief of Pakistan's main spy agency is spearheading a campaign to wrest control of the teeming port city of Karachi from a powerful political party, the military's latest, and some say boldest, foray into civilian life in recent years. According to military officials, police officers and members of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) party which has traditionally dominated Karachi, Rizwan Akhtar has decided the time for policing the city from the sidelines is over.
  4. ‘Revenge’ Season 4 Spoilers: Did Emily Kill Victoria? Episode 21 Reveals Shocking Twist In Victoria’s Death [RECAP]
    Episode 21 of “Revenge” kicked off on a fiery note. The morning after the Grayson Manor burst into flames, fans of the hit ABC series got to witness how Emily (Emily VanCamp) and David (James Tupper) reacted to the devastating fire. Although the two were in disbelief Emily’s home (which previously had belonged to Victoria [Madeline Stowe]) had been destroyed, they both were thankful no one was injured in the accident.
  5. Nepal Earthquake 2015: Death Toll Up To 3,218, Government Officials Say
    Nepalese government officials early Monday pushed the death toll from Saturday's 7.8-magnitude earthquake to more than 3,000, warning the number is likely to grow further, Agence France-Presse and Reuters reported. Relief groups from around the world descended on Kathmandu Sunday after the international airport reopened, hoping to provide assistance to overwhelmed h
  6. Nepal Earthquake Survivors, Relief Workers Jam Airports As Ticket Prices Fluctuate
    Saturday's 7.8-magnitude earthquake rocked nearly all of Nepal -- including its airports. Thousands of people were trying to escape the crisis-stricken nation and the aftershocks Sunday at the same time relief workers and medical supplies were flooding in. Some airlines raised and lowered ticket prices to deal with demand while others forced passengers to wait for a chance to fly out.
  7. Nepal Earthquake 2015: Aftershocks Devastate Nepal’s Tourism Industry, Everest, Unesco Sites
    Finding the millions of dollars needed to rebuild and help survivors recover from Saturday’s earthquake will be particularly challenging for Nepal because the catastrophe that killed more than 3,200 people has also devastated the country’s crucial tourism sector. 
  8. 'Game Of Thrones' Season 5, Episode 3 Review: Death, Revenge And The Best Moments From 'High Sparrow'
    "Game of Thrones" Season 5, episode 3, "High Sparrow," was a tidy affair. Dorne, Jaime Lannister and Daenerys sat out the episode, leading to a really strong and focused hour. "High Sparrow" had death looming as a theme and as a reality as many characters had to confront the past while facing the future. Warning: "Game of Thrones" Season 5 spoilers ahead. Many Faces of Death
  9. ‘Once Upon A Time’ Season 4 Spoilers: New Twist With Zelena And Lily Threatens To Unravel Everything In Episode 19 [RECAP]
    Fate is a tricky thing. “Once Upon a Time” continued Emma’s (Jennifer Morrison) tale Sunday night, revealing a major jaw dropper -- Emma’s fate is entwined with Maleficent’s (Kristin Bauer van Straten) daughter, Lily (Agnes Bruckner).
  10. Malaysia Says It Foiled Suspected Terrorist Plot
    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (Reuters) - Malaysian police have arrested 12 people linked to the militant group Islamic State and seized explosives, foiling a plan to attack several locations in and around the capital, which is hosting the ASEAN summit. Security had already been heightened in Kuala Lumpur where leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) arrived on Sunday for a meeting that officially opens on Monday. It was not clear whether any of the alleged attacks were linked to the summit.

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