Afghanistan's Taliban have released drone footage showing a suicide bomber driving a Humvee into a police base in Helmand province and blowing it up this month. An Afghan government official said the video posted online appeared to be authentic.
The use of video taken by a drone is unusual for the Taliban. read more
Hillary Clinton's campaign has unveiled an emotional television ad featuring the parents of a slain Muslim American army captain. The new ad features Pakistani-American Khizr Khan, who Donald Trump assailed after Khan spoke at the Democratic National Convention. In the 60-second ad, which Clinton's campaign said was airing in seven battleground states, Khan retells how his son, Capt Humayun Khan, died in Iraq seeking to protect his US military unit from a suicide bomber. "Mr. Trump, would my son have a place in your America?" the father asks, tearing up as the ad fades to black. read more
Apple is investigating a report from an Australian man who claimed his iPhone 7 caught fire and destroyed his car, the company said on Friday.
Surfer Mat Jones told Channel 7 News that he had gone into water off a New South Wales beach and left his new iPhone 7, bought last week, wrapped in a pair of trousers in his car on the beach.
He said that when he returned from the water he saw smoke billowing out from the car. "As I looked into my car you could not see inside the car, like all the windows were just black." read more
A handsome "chai wala" (tea seller) in Pakistan has seen his life change overnight after a picture of him at work swept the internet.
Arshad Khan, 18, was photographed pouring tea at Islamabad's Sunday Bazaar by photographer Javeria Ali.
Thousands of love-struck Twitter users quickly shared the picture, swooning over his piercing eyes, and #ChaiWala began trending across social media.
Days later, Mr Khan shot his first modelling campaign. read more
As Donald Trump and his supporters ramp up their allegations that the U.S. presidential election will be rigged, an arrest in Kansas last week offers some disturbing evidence that fears about post-election violence and unrest may be warranted. read more