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Face tough surrender terms or  attack

Face tough surrender terms or attack

BEIRUT: Syrian rebels were facing a deadline yesterday in negotiations with regime ally Russia to either agree to tough surrender terms in the south or…

Scores dead in Indonesia ferry accident

SELAYAR: Nearly three dozen people have died after a ferry ran aground off the coast of Indonesia, according to an updated official toll yesterday, the latest deadly maritime accident in the Southeast Asian archipelago, reports AFP. The KM Lestari was believed to be carrying nearly 190 people when damage…

Ex-Malaysian PM Najib charged with corruption

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak was formally charged yesterday with corruption linked to a multi-billion dollar financial scandal that contributed to his shock election defeat less than two months ago, reports AFP. The first ex-premier in Malaysia to appear before a judge,…
Over 200 migrants drown in 3 days

Over 200 migrants drown in 3 days

Death toll for 2018 exceeds 1,000, sparking concerns over Italian and Libyan crackdown More than 200 migrants have drowned at sea in the Mediterranean…
Rescuers vow to take ‘no risks’

Rescuers vow to take ‘no risks’

MAE SAI: Thai rescuers vowed to take a "no risk" approach to freeing 12 boys and their football coach from a flooded cave, as fresh video emerged…

Nigeria police find bodies of 41 suspected bandits

KANO: Nigerian police say they have found the bodies of 41 men with their throats cut in a northern area that is notorious as a hideout for criminal gangs, reports AFP. Eighteen bodies were found in a river on Sunday while 23 others were discovered in a nearby forest in the Zurmi area of Zamfara state,…
‘The citizens will protect me’

‘The citizens will protect me’

MEXICO CITY: He has just been elected commander-in-chief of a nation mired in an intractable drug conflict that has claimed more than 200,000 lives in…

Two people fall ill in UK’s Salisbury

LONDON: British police said yesterday that two people are in a critical condition in a Salisbury hospital after being exposed to an "unknown substance" not far from where former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter were poisoned, reports AFP. Police said they considered the situation…
UN envoy holds ‘fruitful’ talks with Yemen rebel chief

UN envoy holds ‘fruitful’ talks with Yemen rebel chief

SANAA: The UN envoy for Yemen said yesterday he had held "fruitful" talks with rebel leader Abdulmalik al-Huthi in his bid to avert all-out…
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