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  • Death toll in Sri Lanka serial blasts hits to 290
  • Death toll in Sri Lanka serial blasts hits to 290
EU split over Balkan enlargement

EU split over Balkan enlargement

SOFIA: Deep splits emerged in the EU yesterday over membership plans for Balkan states, with some countries warning Russia would take advantage unless…

Woman dies after hair caught in go-kart wheel

New Delhi: An Indian woman has died in an amusement park in the northern state of Haryana, after her hair got tangled in the wheels of a go-kart, reports BBC. The 28-year-old woman, Puneet Kaur, was on holiday with her family at the time of the accident. She was taken to a nearby hospital, but was declared…

First transgender officer joins Philippine army

MANILA: The Philippine military has welcomed its first transgender officer, the defence department said yesterday, swearing in a prominent member of Congress as a reservist, reports AFP. Geraldine Roman, 50, who became the Catholic-majority nation’s first transgender person elected to Congress…
The Florida shooter, a troubled teenager

The Florida shooter, a troubled teenager

Nikolas Cruz, the shooter who opened fire on a Florida school Wednesday killing 17 people, was a teenage gun lover previously expelled from the school…

5 die in juvenile detention center blaze in Peru

LIMA: Five detainees at a juvenile center in Peru’s northern city of Trujillo died Wednesday when a blaze broke out in the facility during a revolt, police said, reports AFP. “Right now, we know we have five people dead—five minors who have died. We are still at the site,” police…

Ethiopian PM submits resignation

ADDIS ABABA: Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has submitted a letter of resignation, the state-affiliated Fana Broadcasting Corporate station reported yesterday, reports AFP. The resignation of Hailemariam, in power since 2012, comes amid protracted anti-government protests and follows…

China slams India PM trip to disputed region

BEIJING: Beijing will lodge a “stern” protest with New Delhi over a trip by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to a disputed area, an official said yesterday, months after the nuclear-armed neighbours ended a tense border standoff, reports AFP. Modi paid a low-key visit to the northeast…
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