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Russia says ‘no evidence’ it meddled in US election

Russia says ‘no evidence’ it meddled in US election

MOSCOW: Russia’s government yesterday insisted there was no evidence that it meddled in the US elections, after Washington indicted 13 Russians…

‘Dialogue only solution to end Gulf crisis’

DOHA: France reiterates its support for the Kuwaiti mediation, and Qatar’s strong desire to end the Gulf rift through constructive dialogue, Qatar News Agency (QNA) reported yesterday, reports Xinhua. In an interview with Qatari Arabic daily Al Sharq newspaper, the French Envoy for the Gulf Countries…

Indian politician killed in bomb attack ahead of polls

NEW DELHI: Four people including a candidate in upcoming state elections have been killed by a bomb while travelling in a restive northeast region of India, police said yesterday. The blast tore through a car in Meghalaya state late Sunday as Jonathone N Sangma, a 43-year-old candidate for a regional…

Marines drink cobra blood in US-Thai war drills

CHON BURI: US and Thai marines slurped snake blood and ate scorpions in a jungle survival programme yesterday as part of the two nations’ annual Cobra Gold war games, reports AFP. Now in its 37th year, Cobra Gold is one of the largest military exercises in Asia, bringing thousands of troops from…
Australia MP criticised over gun photo

Australia MP criticised over gun photo

An Australian MP has drawn criticism for posting a photo online that showed him aiming a gun and asking: "Do you feel lucky, greenie punks?",…

Bombardment of rebel enclave kills 18 in Syria

BEIRUT: Heavy Syrian regime bombardment of rebel-held Eastern Ghouta killed at least 18 civilians yesterday, a monitor said, as government forces appeared to prepare for a ground assault, reports AFP. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said air strikes battered the town of Hammuriyeh…

Three Egyptian soldiers killed

Sinai: Egypt said yesterday three of its soldiers had been killed in the Sinai Peninsula during a wide-ranging operation against the local branch of the Islamic State group, reports AFP. Four “extremists” were also killed, the military said in a statement. It was the first military death…

S Africa’s main airport evacuated in bomb scare

JOHANNESBURG: Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo airport, Africa’s largest, was evacuated yesterday and passengers forced to wait for two hours to return after South African officials identified a suspect bag, reports AFP. Images of the deserted terminal were posted to social media while other photographs…
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