Seven killed in Kenya road accident

Nairobi , June 26

At least seven people were killed after a car rammed into a minibus in Kenya's coastal region of Kwale, officials said.

Six EU foreign ministers urge Britain for quick exit

Berlin , June 25

After Britain voted to leave the European Union (EU) in a historic referendum, foreign ministers from six founding countries of EU met here on Saturday, pushing for a speedy exit procedure of Britain.

Britain's Jonathan Hill resigns as European finance commissioner

London , June 25

British Conservative politician Jonathan Hill resigned on Saturday from his position as commissioner for financial stability, financial services and capital markets of the European Union after his country voted in favour of Britain's exit, or Brexit, from the EU.

Pressure mounts for Jeremy Corbyn to resign

London , June 25

In the wake of UK's Brexit vote, several Labour Party politicians on Saturday called for party leader Jeremy Corbyn to step down, holding him responsible for a poor referendum campaign and labelling him incapable of winning a general election.

Car bomb blast kills 9 at Mogadishu hotel

Mogadishu , June 25

At least nine people were killed and 15 were wounded in a car-bomb attack followed by an invasion of the premises by armed gunmen at a hotel in the Somalian capital on Saturday, local media reported.

Jaitley meets China's finance minister

Beijing , June 25

India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley met his Chinese counterpart Lou Jiwei here on Saturday and discussed economic cooperation between the two countries.

LGBTs forced to hide sexuality: David Cameron

London , June 25

The LGBT community in Britain still has to hide their sexuality even almost half a century after homosexuality was decriminalised in Britain, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Saturday.