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Nato summit 2018 in brussels

Nato summit 2018 in brussels

‘Germany is a captive of Russia’ BRUSSELS: US President Donald Trump launched a blistering attack on Germany at the start of a tense NATO…
Myanmar Army blames ethnic groups for stalled peace talks

Myanmar Army blames ethnic groups for stalled peace talks

NAYPYIDAW: Myanmar military officials yesterday said stalled peace talks were “drowning” the country, blaming ethnic armed groups for the…

Heroes who saved Thai Wild Boars

The rescuers who worked to save the group trapped in a Thai cave were a mix of international divers collaborating with Thai navy Seals. The 12 boys and their football coach were first found by British divers but the effort to get them out was a truly global operation. Several Thai navy divers took part…

11 killed in attack on Afghan education office

JALALABAD: At least 11 people were killed after gunmen stormed an education department compound in eastern Afghanistan yesterday, officials said, sparking an hours-long battle with security forces in the latest attack in the restive region, reports AFP. Ten others, mostly employees, were wounded in…
Thai boys passed ‘sleeping’ through cave in rescue

Thai boys passed ‘sleeping’ through cave in rescue

CHIANG RAI: The 12 boys rescued from a Thai cave were passed “sleeping” on stretchers through the treacherous passageways, a former Thai Navy…

Sri Lanka to hang drug criminals, replicate Philippines ‘success’

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka announced yesterday it would start hanging drug dealers, ending a near-half century moratorium on capital punishment as officials promised to “replicate the success” of the Philippines drug war, reports AFP. President Maithripala Sirisena had told the cabinet he “was…

Britain to send 440 troops to Afghanistan

LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May will pledge to send 440 extra troops to Afghanistan during the NATO summit in Brussels yesterday as US President Donald Trump urges allies to contribute more, reports AFP. The extra troops will be from the Welsh Guards regiment, with around half deploying in…

15 dead in monsoon floods, landslides in India

NEW DELHI: At least 15 people died in floods and landslides in India yesterday, officials said, pushing the death toll from the annual monsoon rains pounding the country closer to 200, reports AFP. Landslides swept at least nine people to their deaths in Manipur in India’s remote and hilly northeast,…
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