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  • Multi-tier security in city ahead of Ashura: DMP chief
  • PM Hasina, Modi to open Bangladesh-India oil pipeline today
  • 5 killed in ‘gunfights’ in 3 districts
Air strikes batter Syria’s Idlib; Trump warns against ‘tragedy’

Air strikes batter Syria’s Idlib; Trump warns against ‘tragedy’

BEIRUT: Russian warplanes battered Syria's rebel-controlled Idlib yesterday for the first time in three weeks, a war monitor said, as expectations…
6 dead as typhoon lashes Japan

6 dead as typhoon lashes Japan

TOKYO: The strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years battered the west of the country yesterday with violent winds and heavy rain, killing six and injuring…

Fighting in Tripoli displaces thousands: UN-backed govt

TRIPOLI: Fighting in and around the Libyan capital has displaced thousands of people, the government said yesterday as the UN prepared to host talks seeking to halt the violence, reports AFP. Clashes since August 27 between rival militias in and around Tripoli have killed at least 50 people and wounded…

Afghan Haqqani terror network founder dies

KABUL: The founder of the Haqqani network, one of Afghanistan's most effective and brutal militant groups, has died after a long illness, their affiliates the Afghan Taliban announced yesterday, reports AFP. Jalaluddin Haqqani, a one-time CIA asset whose group became a top US target, spent decades…
Bangkok conference sounds alarm

Bangkok conference sounds alarm

BANGKOK: Time is running out to save the Paris Agreement, UN climate experts warned yesterday at a key Bangkok meeting, as rich nations were accused of…

19 killed in fresh Nigeria violence

JOS: Nineteen people have been killed and scores of homes burnt in fresh violence in central Nigeria, police said, after weeks of relative calm in a long-running resource conflict between farmers and herders, reports AFP. Eleven people were shot dead in the Lopandet Dwei Du area of Plateau state on…

India convicts two over 2007 blasts

NEW DELHI: An Indian court yesterday convicted two members of a banned Islamist militant group over bomb blasts in August 2007 in the southern city of Hyderabad that killed 44 people, reports AFP. One explosion went off in an auditorium packed with families watching a laser show. Minutes later a second…
New Zealand premier defends $50,000 flight

New Zealand premier defends $50,000 flight

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has defended a decision to have a plane make an extra flight so she can spend less time away from her baby,…
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