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Saudi expels envoy, recalls its own

Saudi expels envoy, recalls its own

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia said yesterday it was expelling the Canadian ambassador and had recalled its envoy while freezing all new trade, in protest at Ottawa’s…

Iran says Trump ‘isolated’

TEHRAN: Iran said the United States was “isolated” in its hostility to the Islamic republic yesterday, as it braced for the return of sanctions against a backdrop of political turmoil inside the country, reports AFP. “Of course, American bullying and political pressures may cause some…
Starving US children rescued from caravan

Starving US children rescued from caravan

LOS ANGELES: Police say 11 children ages one to 15 were rescued in the US state of New Mexico after officers raided a dilapidated compound occupied by…
Trump admits son met Russian for information

Trump admits son met Russian for information

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has admitted his son met a Russian lawyer in June 2016 "to get information on an opponent", but argues…
I swear to die from all forms: Cambodia PM

I swear to die from all forms: Cambodia PM

PHNOM PENH: Cambodia’s strongman Premier Hun Sen yesterday rejected claims the results from last month’s widely criticised election had been…
Japan marks 73rd Hiroshima Day

Japan marks 73rd Hiroshima Day

TOKYO: A bell tolled yesterday in Hiroshima as Japan marked 73 years since the world’s first atomic bombing, with the city’s mayor warning…
PTI names Imran for PM  nominee

PTI names Imran for PM nominee

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf's parliamentary committee yesterday officially named party chairman Imran Khan as their parliamentary leader and…

India kills 14 Maoist rebels

RAIPUR: Indian security forces yesterday killed 14 suspected Maoist rebels in a raid deep inside the forests of Chhattisgarh state, as the government intensified its crackdown, reports AFP. The police launched the operation after a tip-off about the presence of some 100 armed rebels inside two camps…
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