Google launches Person Finder for Nepal victims

The world's top search engine Google has launched a Person Finder tool to help the victims of earthquake in Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal. The web application is aimed to help people gather and relay

Google executive dies in Nepal quake avalanche

Dan Fredinburg, a Google Inc executive based in California, among those killed yesterday in an avalanche on Mount Everest caused by a devastating earthquake in Nepal.

Middle East

Qaeda, ISIS gain in Syria, Iraq

Al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate and its allies seized the last major government-held city in Idlib province yesterday, in a blow that could

Syria Islamists ‘take northern town’

Islamist rebels in Syria takes over much of the key north-western town of Jisr al-Shughur, activists say.

Saudi prince offers Bentleys to bombers!

A wealthy Saudi royal attracted criticism on social media after he apparently offered luxury cars to fighter pilots participating in a bombing campaign in Yemen.



Man held over Japan drone protest

A Japanese man has been arrested for landing a drone on the prime minister's office with a minuscule amount of radiation in an apparent

Clegg rules out deal with SNP

Nick Clegg, leader of Britain's Liberal Democrats and potential kingmaker in next month's general election, yesterday ruled out a coalition

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