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Turkey sacks 18,500 staff

Turkey sacks 18,500 staff

ANKARA: Turkish authorities yesterday ordered the dismissal of more than 18,500 state employees, including police officers, soldiers and academics, ahead…
Death toll reaches 57

Death toll reaches 57

SAKA: The death toll from record rains that have devastated parts of Japan rose yesterday to at least 57, officials said, as rescue workers and troops…
Hardline Israeli minister visits Jerusalem

Hardline Israeli minister visits Jerusalem

JERUSALEM: A nationalist hardliner in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government yesterday visited an ultra-sensitive Jerusalem holy site,…

IMF bailout on the cards for next Pakistan’s govt, say analysts

 ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's next government, to be chosen in a July 25 election, faces growing fears of a balance of payments crisis with speculation it will have to seek its second IMF bailout in five years, reports AFP quoting analysts. The central bank is running down its foreign reserves and…
Lockdown imposed in Kashmir

Lockdown imposed in Kashmir

SRINAGAR: Indian authorities imposed a lockdown in the Kashmir valley yesterday, anticipating fresh unrest as separatists urged protests to mark the anniversary…
Evacuations halt as Syria regime pounds south

Evacuations halt as Syria regime pounds south

BEIRUT: Regime forces bombarded southern Syria yesterday, as the evacuation of rebel fighters under a ceasefire deal for the region was postponed, reports…

Nepal war crime laws risk sparing worst offenders

KATHMANDU: Nepal's legal efforts to deliver justice to victims of its bloody civil war do not meet international standards and risk letting the worst offenders go unpunished, rights groups warned yesterday, reports AFP. The latest draft legislation to address wartime abuses still makes it difficult…

Iran protests Dutch expulsion of diplomats

TEHRAN: Iran protested yesterday against the Netherlands' expulsion of two of its diplomats and threatened to retaliate for the "unfriendly and destructive move", reports AFP. A spokesman for the Dutch intelligence service AIVD told AFP on Friday that two employees of Iran's embassy…

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