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US Hurricane a looming disaster

US Hurricane a looming disaster

WILMINGTON: Dangerous Hurricane Florence edged closer yesterday to delivering a powerful blow to the east coast of the United States, with forecasters…
Russia will strengthen
army, says Putin

Russia will strengthen army, says Putin

TSUGOL: President Vladimir Putin yesterday visited Russia’s largest-ever military drills in eastern Siberia, where he said Moscow planned to strengthen…

Strike on Kurd rebels warning to ‘foreign powers’: Iran

TEHRAN: Iran’s Revolutionary Guards said yesterday that a missile strike they launched on a Kurdish rebel base in neighbouring Iraq last week should serve as a warning to “arrogant foreign powers”, reports AFP. The elite Guards fired seven medium-range ballistic missiles at the headquarters…

‘Maldives deny access to foreign media’

COLOMBO: The Maldives opposition has accused President Abdulla Yameen of covering up his attempt to “steal” this month’s elections by denying access to foreign media, reports AFP. The United States, the European Union and others have expressed alarm over the political situation in…

11 dead as driver rams into crowd in China

BEIJING: Two more people have died after a driver ploughed into a crowded Chinese public square, bringing the death toll to 11, reports AFP quoting local officials yesterday. The incident on Wednesday evening injured another 44 people, according to officials from Hengdong city in central Hunan province.…

European court rules against Britain over mass surveillance

STRASBOURG: Europe’s top rights court ruled yesterday that Britain’s programme of mass surveillance, revealed by whistleblower Edward Snowden as part of his sensational leaks on US spying, violated people’s right to privacy, reports AFP. Ruling in the case of Big Brother Watch and…
Israel army on Palestinian village for demolition

Israel army on Palestinian village for demolition

KHAN AL-AHMAR: Israeli border police removed caravans yesterday from near a Bedouin village in the occupied West Bank, which they have orders to demolish…

20 killed as truck plunges into river in central Mali

BAMAKO: Twenty people died when a truck carrying scores of people back from a village fair in central Mali plunged into a river after its brakes failed, the government said yesterday, reports AFP. The accident occurred late Monday in the central Saye region, a statement said. “Sixty-three people…
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