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Fear and rage on US-Mexico border

Fear and rage on US-Mexico border

At this busy border crossing between the United States and Mexico, it's hard to find anyone with positive words about President Donald Trump's…

Voices from anti-abortion march on Washington

Anti-abortion advocates rallied in Washington on Friday, marching through the heart of the US capital as the White House pledged its full-throated support to their efforts, reports AFP. Upbeat and optimistic despite the biting cold, here are some of the voices from the 44th annual March for Life event,…

Gangs’ car bombs rattle Montenegro’s capital

Heavily-armed police are guarding the streets of Montenegro’s capital after a spike in gangland violence rattled the Balkan country, which is on the brink of joining NATO, reports AFP. Drug mafia feuds began in the coastal towns of Bar and Kotor, hotbeds of organised crime, where anti-terrorist…

Airlines barring Iranians from US-bound flights

Foreign airlines are barring Iranians from travelling to the United States following President Donald Trump’s temporary order barring visas for seven Muslim countries, travel agents in Tehran said yesterday, reports AFP. Two agencies told AFP they had been instructed by Etihad Airways, Emirates…

Rogue Philippine cop transferred, not fired

Three Philippine police charged with robbery and extortion have been transferred instead of suspended or sacked, authorities said Thursday, fuelling concerns about immunity for rogue officers prosecuting President Rodrigo Duterte’s deadly drug war, reports AFP.The announcement of the punishments…
May in Turkey to seek stronger ties after Brexit vote

May in Turkey to seek stronger ties after Brexit vote

AFP, ANKARA:  British Prime Minister Theresa May arrived in Turkey yesterday for her first visit since becoming premier, hoping to expand ties and…

5 Indian soldiers trapped under snow near Kashmir border

Five Indian soldiers were trapped under heavy snow in Kashmir yesterday just days after another 20 people were killed by avalanches in the disputed territory, a military spokesman said, reports AFP. The soldiers were approaching a border post in Machil, northwest of the main city of Srinagar along the…
Veteran British actor John 
Hurt dies

Veteran British actor John Hurt dies

Oscar-nominated British actor John Hurt, known for his roles in “Elephant Man” and “Harry Potter”, has died aged 77 after a battle…
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