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Taliban attack NATO convoy in Afghanistan

Taliban attack NATO convoy in Afghanistan

KANDAHAR: A Taliban suicide bomber Wednesday rammed a vehicle filled with explosives into a convoy of foreign forces in Afghanistan's restive southern…

Yemen food crisis is man-made, partly as a war tactic: UN

United Nations: The crisis in Yemen that has left millions hungry and on the brink of famine is "a man-made disaster" driven not only by decades of poverty and lack of investment but also by economic strangulation being used as a tactic of war, the U.N. development chief in the country said…

US not seeking to topple North Korea regime: Tillerson

WASHINGTON: Secretary of State Rex Tillerson promised Tuesday that the United States is not trying to topple Kim Jong-Un's North Korean regime, but warned it must halt its nuclear missile program, reports AFP. Briefing reporters on diplomatic efforts to pressure Pyongyang, Tillerson said Washington…

South Africa donkeys used to smuggle cars into Zimbabwe

London: Police in South Africa have foiled an attempt to smuggle a stolen luxury car into Zimbabwe using donkeys to pull it across the Limpopo river, reports BBC. The suspects fled into the bushes towards Zimbabwe after their efforts to free the car from the sand failed, local police say. Last December…
At 96, Prince Philip begins his retirement

At 96, Prince Philip begins his retirement

LONDON: After a lifetime of public service by the side of his wife Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip will finally retire on Wednesday at the age of 96,…

Floods in Thailand’s northeast kill 23

BANGKOK: Heavy rains have brought some of the worst floods in years to Thailand's rural northeast where 23 people have died over the past month, officials said Wednesday, reports AFP. Flash floods have disrupted air travel, inundated rail tracks and swallowed farmland across the rice-farming region…

North Korea’s Kim a 'maniac’: Philippines’ Duterte

MANILA: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is a "maniac" who could destroy Asia by triggering a nuclear war, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Wednesday, ahead of a regional summit to be attended by the regime's foreign minister, reports AFP. Using characteristically crude language,…

Trump warns Maduro over jailed opponents

London: The US holds Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro "personally responsible" for the safety of two seized opposition leaders, President Donald Trump has warned, reports BBC. In a statement, Mr Trump also called for the immediate and unconditional release of all political prisoners.…

US sets Sept 1 date for start of North Korea travel ban

WASHINGTON: The United States on Wednesday officially set a September 1 start date for a ban prohibiting its citizens from traveling to North Korea, reports AFP. "The Department of State has determined that the serious risk to United States nationals of arrest and long-term detention represents…
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