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28 migrants drown in fresh tragedy off Greece

28 migrants drown in fresh tragedy off Greece

AFP, ATHENS: At least 28 people drowned in another migrant tragedy off Greece on Sunday, as Athens angrily defended its handling of the mounting refugee…
Yemen government rejects talks, launches major offensive

Yemen government rejects talks, launches major offensive

AFP, AL-ABER, Yemen:Yemen’s exiled government backed out of UN-brokered peace talks as loyalist forces supported by a Saudi-led coalition launched…

US must honour N-deal once under way: Iran

AFP, TEHRAN: Iran’s foreign minister said Sunday that Washington must honour a nuclear deal between Tehran and major powers once implementation begins and block any attempt by lawmakers to meddle with it. The comments by Mohammad Javad Zarif came after President Barack Obama’s Democrats…
Cameron says Labour under Corbyn threat to UK security

Cameron says Labour under Corbyn threat to UK security

AFP, LONDON: Prime Minister David Cameron said Sunday that veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn’s election to the Labour leadership made the main opposition…

US, Chinese officials talk cybersecurity

AFP, WASHINGTON: Senior US and Chinese officials met to discuss cybersecurity and other issues ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Washington later this month, the White House said Saturday. Cybersecurity is a thorny topic between the two powers, and China has long been blamed for…

Death toll rises to five after Japan flood

AFP, TOKYO: The number of people who died in floods which devastated Japan this week reached five Sunday as rescuers continued their search for more than a dozen still missing. Police said they found the body of a 68-year-old man in Tochigi, north of Tokyo, in the early morning, the fifth located in…
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