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18 days under attack, death toll hits 800 in Ghouta

18 days under attack, death toll hits 800 in Ghouta

BEIRUT: The Syrian regime launched a ferocious assault on a rebel enclave outside Damascus on February 18, saying it wanted to crush Islamist groups and…

Trade ‘frictions’ with UK inevitable after Brexit

BRUSSELS: The European Union yesterday rejected Britain’s calls for completely free trade after Brexit, saying in its long-awaited guidelines for future ties that frictions were inevitable, reports AFP. The draft negotiating guidelines released by EU President Donald Tusk warned that there would…

Putin hails ‘advantages’ of female bosses

MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday praised female bosses and their “typically feminine traits” during a visit to a pastry factory ahead of International Women’s Day, reports AFP. March 8 is a public holiday in Russia but is mainly celebrated by giving flowers and chocolates…

US sues California over pro-immigrant laws

WASHINGTON: The US Justice Department sued California Tuesday over its so-called sanctuary city laws, stepping up the Trump administration battle against cities and states offering protection to illegal immigrants, reports AFP. The suit, filed in the federal court in the eastern district of California,…

IS group calls on Muslims to immigrate to Afghanistan

KABUL: The Islamic State group in Afghanistan is inviting Muslims worldwide to come to the war-torn country if they cannot reach Syria or Iraq, as it seeks to expand its foothold, reports AFP. A 25-minute propaganda film released by the Islamic State-Khorasan Province (IS-K) on March 4 promotes IS strongholds…

Boko Haram kills 10 in Nigeria

KANO: Boko Haram killed 10 people in three separate attacks in northeast Nigeria, in the latest violence against civilians in the restive region, local militia said yesterday, reports AFP. On Tuesday, four loggers were killed when they stepped on a landmine left by the jihadists near Dikwa, 90 kilometres…

ICAN condemns surge in nuclear arms investments

GENEVA: Global nuclear tensions helped boost investments in atomic weapons production by around $81 billion last year, campaigners said yesterday, urging investors to blacklist the companies that stock the world’s nuclear arsenals, reports AFP. “If you have been wondering who benefits from…
Modi condemns vandalizing of  Lenin’s statues

Modi condemns vandalizing of Lenin’s statues

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has strongly condemned the incidents of vandalism of statues in Tripura and Tamil Nadu and said stern action would…
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