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Yemen leader orders advance on Sanaa, Rouhani warns aggressors

Yemen leader orders advance on Sanaa, Rouhani warns aggressors

SANAA: Yemen's exiled president ordered troops to advance on Sanaa hours after his predecessor was killed by Huthi rebels, officials said, as heavy…

At least 234 killed: UN urges 'humanitarian pause'

SANAA: Clashes in the Yemeni capital have killed at least 234 people and wounded 400 since December 1, the International Committee of the Red Cross said yesterday, reports AFP "Now we have 400 wounded reported and 234 dead," Sanaa-based ICRC spokeswoman Soumaya Beltifa told AFP, in reference…

Trump delays Jerusalem verdict following key ally’s warnings

WASHINGTON:  International leaders warned US President Donald Trump yesterday that he risked outraging Muslims and jeopardising Middle East peace efforts if he recognized Jerusalem as the Israeli capital and moved the US embassy there, reports AFP Trump delayed a controversial decision on the ancient…

Death toll rises to 15

BANGKOK: Fifteen people have died and one million have been affected by flooding in Thailand's deep south, authorities said yesterday, reports AFP. The monsoon rains that started late last month have inundated eight provinces and hit hundreds of thousands of households, according to the Disaster…

US retreat a wakeup call for Europe, says German FM

BERLIN: Germany's foreign minister yesterday urged Europe to define and defend its own interests, warning that Washington's retreat from the world stage may continue even after Donald Trump's presidency, reports AFP. "The current withdrawal of the US under Donald Trump from its role…
May fights to save deal after DUP backlash

May fights to save deal after DUP backlash

Brussels: Theresa May is under pressure to get an agreement from the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on the status of the Irish border when the UK leaves…
Summit cut short amid diplomatic rift

Summit cut short amid diplomatic rift

Kuwait City: A key regional summit of the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries has been cut short and will conclude yesterday instead of…

Syrian air defense intercepts three Israeli missiles

Damascus: Israel again fired missiles at a Syrian military facility near Damascus late on Monday, according to a war monitor, the second reported Israeli strike in Syria in the past week, reports Al Jazeera. Syrian forces responded by firing anti-aircraft missiles at Israeli jets, Lebanese news channel…
UN says 400,000 civilians trapped in Syrian enclave

UN says 400,000 civilians trapped in Syrian enclave

United Nations: Despite being designated as a so-called de-escalation zone, jet fighters flown by the Syrian government and its Russian allies continue…

Facebook: Now for young children too

California: Strictly speaking, only those aged 13 and over are allowed to use Facebook. But the prevention methods are trivial, meaning more than 20 million under-13-year-olds are thought to be using the network, reports BBC. So on Monday, Facebook launched its first app tailored for young users. It's…

Astrologers hold sway over Nepal's political leaders

KATHMANDU: Nepal's prime minister is confident his party will win a general election being held this month -- because his astrologer told him, reports AFP. In deeply superstitious Nepal, astrologers hold enormous sway in political circles and the seers have been busy ahead of a general election…
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