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Moment of truth for Merkel as rebels weigh migration deals

Moment of truth for Merkel as rebels weigh migration deals

BERLIN: German Chancellor Angela Merkel was fighting for her political future yesterday, looking to placate conservative rebels over immigration with…

US says Taliban inertia on peace talks ‘unacceptable’

KABUL: The United States said the Taliban’s failure to engage in talks to end Afghanistan’s nearly 17-year conflict was “unacceptable” and called on Pakistan to exert more pressure on the militants, reports AFP. US envoy Alice Wells made the remarks during a visit to Kabul on…

Kim asks Xi to help

TOKYO: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has appealed to China’s Xi Jinping to help end sanctions against Pyongyang following his landmark summit with US President Donald Trump, a Japanese newspaper reported yesterday, citing multiple unnamed sources in the two countries, reports AFP. Kim made the…

48 dead as bus falls into gorge in India

DEHDADUN: In one of the worst bus accidents in the history of Uttarakhand, at least 48 people were killed and 11 got injured after a private bus they were travelling in plunged into a 60-meter-deep gorge in Dhumakot tehsil of Pauri district yesterday morning, reports The Times of India. The 28-seater…

Maldives opposition gets new leader, vows to restore democracy

COLOMBO: The Maldivian opposition have chosen a new candidate to run against strongman President Abdulla Yameen in elections this year and promised to allow dissidents to return from exile if they win, officials said yesterday, reports AFP. The Maldivian Democratic Party nominated its parliamentary…

Assault on Yemen’s Hodeida halted

ABU DHABI: The United Arab Emirates yesterday announced it had halted the offensive it is backing against Huthi rebels in Yemen’s port city of Hodeida, to give a chance to UN diplomatic efforts, reports AFP. In a series of tweets, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said the…
Thousands march in Hong Kong

Thousands march in Hong Kong

HONG KONG: Protesters marched through central Hong Kong yesterday in one of the city’s major annual pro-democracy rallies as organisers said the…
‘Syrians fleeing war not allowed in Israel’

‘Syrians fleeing war not allowed in Israel’

JERUSALEM: Civilians fleeing Syria’s war will not be allowed to enter Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said yesterday adding however that…
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