Indian-origin man among rape accused in UK; international news updates on Sept 4

Washington, Sept 4: President of United States -- Barack Obama resurrected his campaign rhetoric of hope, change and fighting cynicism - and he brought it to Estonia.

Follow more international news updates here on Thursday, Sept 4:

9.23 pm: Poroshenko says Ukraine ceasefire plan to be signed tomorrow.

8.30 pm:  Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) are ready to shift to a new location, a minister said Thursday.

6:00 pm: Russia to work with OSCE over Ukraine crisis.

5:18 pm: Indian-origin man among rape accused in UK.

5:00 pm: 22 IS militants killed in US bombing.

4:35 pm: Yet another Indian jailed in connection with riots in Singapore.

4:13 pm: China crackdown on illegal abortions.

3:40 pm: China launches two satellites.

3:15 pm: NATO summit commences in Wales.

3:00 pm: India an emerging democratic superpower: Australian PM Tony Abbott.

2:31 pm: US dismisses report of American plot to oust Bangladeshi PM Sheikh Hasina.

2:00 pm: Taliban hit Afghan government Head Quarter in east, kill 12.

1:48 pm: Indian gets five months jail term for Little India riot.

1:15 pm: Indian-American author seeks probation after guilty plea in US.

1:05 pm: Rooney leads England to 1-0 win over Norway.

12:55 pm: Indian-American author seeks probation after guilty plea in US.

12:40 pm: Policeman shoots selfie in Turkey as man jumps to death.

12:38 pm: Ban Qi Moon hopes Narendra Modi would attend key UN climate summit.

11:50 am: Gay rights advocates skeptical of New York St Patricks Day Parade's decision to allow a sole LGBT group to march.

11.40 am: Argentina beat world champions Germany 4-2 in a friendly match in Duesseldorf in Germany.

11:00 am: British PM David Cameron and US President Barack Obama seek allies to destroy ISIS.

10:30 am: Hillary Clinton goes to hospital after exam finds a blood clot.

10:25 am: After Beheading of Steven Sotloff, Obama Pledges to Punish ISIS.

10:18 am: Ebola death toll tops 1,900, surpassing all previous outbreaks combined, says WHO.

10:15 am: Gay Groups to Join St. Patrick's Parade in New York as a Ban Falls.

10:00 am: Four suicide bombers die in Afghan attack.

9:45 am: Democrats question US stategy against terror.

9:30 am: Russia announces military drills ahead of NATO summit.

9:18 am: Two million people affected by Libyan violence, says report.

9:12 am: Assad welcomes Iran's support to Syrian reconstruction.

9:00 am: Islamic State kills 15 in Syria.

8:47 am: France suspends Mistral warship delivery to Russia.

8:38 am: British PM David Cameron chairs emergency committee over IS threat.

8:30 am: US supportive of resumption of Indo-Pak dialogue.

8:18 am: Nigeria records seventh Ebola death.

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