Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Father of Iran's nuclear program, was assassinated by Mossad without any agent, team on ground, by a sniper sitting thousands of miles away from the scene where it happened.
China's navy is expanding. According to US officials, China's military capability has increased the fastest since the Second World War. China has put its full force in its development. In view of this, the US has decided to strengthen the military capability of Australia.
The Saudi Arabia media has praised the 'Make in India' initiative and the Indian industrial sector, which has shown excellent growth in recent times. The manufacturing sector continued to contribute to India's GDP growth.
Terrorists of Islamic State (ISIS) have claimed an attack on the Taliban. The Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for a series of bombings targeting Taliban vehicles in eastern Afghanistan.
According to reports in the Afghan media, the Taliban have said they would set up "a powerful and effective administration" for women under Sharia law, even as they kept girls out of school and ordered female employees in the Kabul city government "to stay at home".
An unidentified person opened fire on one of the buildings of Perm State University in Russia, injuring several people, a source from law enforcement agencies told news agency TASS.
Vladimir Putin is set to continue as president of Russia after the ruling United Russia party won the Russian elections and retained its domination in parliament with a massive majority.
Amid continuing attacks on minorities in the country, a Hindu family was tortured in Pakistan's Punjab province for obtaining water from a mosque tap. A farm worker's family was tortured and some locals from Basti Kahoor Khan area of Rahim Yar Khan held them hostage for "violating the sanctity" of the religious place.
Turkey has emerged as a major Sunni Muslim power in recent times. Turkey president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has used the country's legacy of the Ottoman Empire to assert dominance in the Muslim world.
Sri Lanka has expressed displeasure over the destruction of Buddhist heritage sites in Pakistan. Due to this, the bilateral relations between the two countries can also be affected. Buddhist carvings, stupas and Buddha statues have been vandalized in heritage sites in the Swat Valley of Pakistan.