10:30 pm: 7 killed in bomb attack near Syria-Turkey border
9:30 pm: Nigerian president urged to declare total war on Boko Haram
9:00 pm: Ukraine grants self-rule to Donetsk, Luhansk
8:30 pm: Shots fired in Copenhagen courthouse, 1 dead
8:00 pm: Al Qaeda wings urge Iraq, Syria jihadists to come together, combat US-led coalition
7:30 pm: Netherlands confident of biz tie up with UP to be beneficial
7:00 pm: Over 260,000 internally displaced in Ukraine: UN agency
6:35 pm: Woman commits suicide by jumping into crocodile pond
5.40 pm: WHO says Ebola outbreak is crisis 'unparalleled in modern times'.
5.25 pm: UN panel emphasizes Bashar Assad's role in Syria war crimes.
5.10 pm: US President Barack Obama to send 3,000 troops to tackle Ebola.
4.35 pm: UN chief cites Montreal Protocol to address climate challenge.
4.15 pm: French government faces key confidence vote.
3.55 pm: Ukraine's parliament ratifies agreement to deepen ties with European Union
3.05 pm: Danish police: shots fired inside court building in Copenhagen; 1 killed, 1 wounded
3.00 pm: Ukraine parliament adopts law on self-rule for separatist east: report.
2.40 pm: UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria presents new report to Human Rights Council.
1.58 pm: Britain pledges state funding to Scotland ahead of independence vote.
1.48 pm: Ukraine proposes local elections in separatist east on December 7.
1.25 pm: Chinese president arrives in Sri Lanka (read more).
1.06 pm: Pakistani warplanes target 3 militant hideouts in Taliban stronghold in northwest, killing 20.
1.00 pm: Al Qaeda calls Islamic State's beheading as 'Unislamic'; call for release of Alan Henning.
12.35 pm: Pranab Mukherjee meeting with Chairman of the National Assembly, H.E. Mr. Nguyen Sinh Hung at Hanoi
12.25 pm: 6 Egyptian policemen killed by roadside bomb in northern Sinai: Interior Ministry.
11.54 am: Taliban claim responsibility for car bomb attack on NATO convoy in Kabul that killed 3.
11.33 am: NATO force says three soldiers killed in Kabul suicide attack
9.55 am: Kabul blast was suicide attack on foreign convoy, police say.
9.35 am: Obama administration to assign 3,000 US military personnel to combat Ebola in West Africa (read more)
9.20 am: Explosion in central Kabul.
9.21 am: Modi regime offers opportunity to reenergise US-India ties, feel US expert: IANS
9.20 am: Russia to expand economic cooperation within SCO, says President Vladimir Putin: IANS
9.19 am: 300,000 children back to school in Syria, Gaza, says UN: IANS
9.18 am: Russia calls for international efforts to combat terrorism: IANS
9.17 am: OSCE monitors come under fire at MH17 crash site: IANS
9.16 am: Macedonia, Serbia refuse to join EU's sanction against Russia: IANS
9.15 am: Earthquake measuring 5.6 on Richter Scale hits Tokyo.