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Over 1,000 need urgent medical evacuation in Eastern Ghouta

Over 1,000 need urgent medical evacuation in Eastern Ghouta

BEIRUT: More than 1,000 people, mostly women and children, are in urgent need of medical evacuations from the besieged Syrian enclave of Eastern Ghouta,…

25 killed in IS attacks in northern Iraq

KIRKUK: At least 25 civilians and members of government forces have been killed in northern Iraq since late Sunday in attacks by the Islamic State group, officials said, reports AFP. A police officer told AFP that IS jihadists killed 15 people at a fake roadblock on a major highway in Kirkuk province,…

Nine trekkers dead in India Tamil Nadu forest fire

NEW DELHI: At least nine trekkers have died in a forest fire in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, officials say, repots BBC. Authorities say they have rescued 21 people from the Kurangini hills - a popular trekking destination - where the fire broke out on Sunday. Many of those injured have suffered…

‘No response’ yet from N Korea on talks with the US

PYONGYANG: South Korea says it has not received a response from Pyongyang on a summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump, reports BBC. In a surprise development, Mr Trump on Friday accepted North Korea's invitation to direct talks. South Korean officials said Mr…
Thousands of Indian farmers protest

Thousands of Indian farmers protest

MUMBAI: Tens of thousands of Indian farmers protested in Mumbai yesterday after walking more than a hundred kilometres to demand better crop prices and…

Farc fails to win support in first national vote

BOGOTA: Colombia's conservative parties, opposed to the 2016 peace deal with Farc rebels, have taken the lead in the country's elections, reports BBC. Sunday's vote was the first in which the former Farc guerrillas, now a political party, took part. With more than 90% of votes counted, ex-president…

Japan minister admits files altered in scandal dogging Abe

TOKYO: Japan’s finance minister admitted yesterday that official papers related to a favouritism scandal dogging Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had been altered, but denied any plans to step down over the row, reports AFP. Abe’s government has faced mounting pressure in recent days over the 2016…
11 killed as Turkish jet carrying hen party crashes in Iran

11 killed as Turkish jet carrying hen party crashes in Iran

TEHRAN: Eleven women were killed when a private plane crashed in Iran while flying the daughter of a prominent Turkish businessman and her friends back…
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