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Trump, Pompeo differ on N Korea

Trump, Pompeo differ on N Korea

NEW DELHI: Donald Trump and his secretary of state sent out mixed messages on North Korea yesterday, with the US President praising Kim Jong Un but Mike…

Japan quake, landslides leave at least 9 dead

TOKYO: Devastating landslides caused by a powerful 6.6-magnitude earthquake in northern Japan claimed at least nine lives yesterday, with dozens still missing as homes were engulfed, reports AFP. Multiple, large-scale landslides struck the sparsely populated countryside, which was also hit by the edge…

20 killed in Kabul twin blasts

KABUL: The wrestling mats were spattered with blood, the sports bags and water bottles still strewn across the floor yesterday, hours after a double bombing ripped through the Maiwand sports club in Kabul, killing at least 26 people, reports AFP. A regular training session on Wednesday afternoon turned…

India ends gay sex ban

NEW DELHI: India's Supreme Court yesterday struck down a ban on gay sex after a decades-old campaign against a colonial-era law used to hold back LGBT rights, reports AFP. Members of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender groups held tearful celebrations in cities across the South Asian nation of…
Malaysia PM denounces caning for 
lesbian sex

Malaysia PM denounces caning for lesbian sex

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad yesterday denounced the caning of two women convicted of having lesbian sex in violation of strict…
Hong Kong now the city of the biggest super-rich population

Hong Kong now the city of the biggest super-rich population

Hong Kong overtook the Big Apple to become the top destination for the planet's wealthiest people last year, according to a study published Thursday…

US, India announce military drills

NEW DELHI: Top Indian and US officials yesterday touted deepening ties that will see greater cooperation between the two countries' militaries -- and will likely result in India buying more American arms, reports AFP. The US has gone to great lengths to forge a closer bond with India as Washington…

Severe flooding in N Korea kills 76: Red Cross

PYONGYANG: Severe flooding in North Korea has killed at least 76 people with another 75 missing, many of them children, the Red Cross said yesterday, reports AFP. Thousands of people have been left homeless after heavy rains triggered floods and landslides, toppling more than 800 buildings including…
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