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Macron’s party on course for a landslide victory

Macron’s party on course for a landslide victory

PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron is on course for a landslide victory in parliamentary elections that will complete his overhaul of national politics…

EU unveils plans to regulate drones

BRUSSELS: The EU unveiled a blueprint to safely regulate drone traffic in Europe by 2019 in order to tap the growing commercial potential for unmanned aircraft technology, reports AFP.The blueprint from the European Commission, the EU executive, covers allowing drones to operate in high density under…

Philippine troops pound Islamists as death toll passes 300

MARAWI: Philippine troops pounded Islamist militants holding parts of southern Marawi city with air strikes and artillery Saturday as more soldiers were deployed and the death toll rose to more than 300 after nearly a month of fighting, reports AFP. Fires erupted and dark plumes of smoke rose from enclaves…

Drone strike kills 3 Qaeda suspects in Yemen

ADEN: A US drone strike has killed three suspected members of Al-Qaeda in Yemen’s Shabwa province, a jihadist stronghold in the south, a security official said on Saturday, reports AFP.The strike hit a vehicle in Saeed district late Friday killing the driver and both passengers, the official said.Washington…

More than 900 migrants rescued off Libya

TRIPOLI: The Libyan coastguard has rescued more than 900 African and Asian migrants attempting to reach Europe, a navy spokesman said on Saturday, reports AFP.“A coastguard patrol from Zawiya (west of Tripoli) intercepted five inflatable boats and a wooden vessel carrying 906 migrants at dawn…

Turkey frees PM advisor detained over Gulen links

ANKARA: Turkish authorities on Saturday freed the top advisor to Prime Minister Binali Yildirim detained on suspicion of links to the movement of US-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen blamed for last year’s failed coup, state media reported. Birol Erdem, a former senior justice ministry official,…

Heavy rains kill 14 in Niger, 11 in Ivory Coast

ABIDJAN: At least 14 people, mostly children, have died in Niger and 11 inIvory Coast after heavy rains this week triggered landslides and caused homes to collapse, UN and local officials said Friday, reports AFP. The UN’s humanitarian affairs office OCHA said 14 people had died when houses collapsed…
Luxury on the rails in train-mad Japan

Luxury on the rails in train-mad Japan

TOKYO: Japan’s latest super-deluxe train left the station Saturday with a select group of passengers who paid thousands of dollars for a leisurely…
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