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UN envoy in Sanaa as 32 rebels killed

UN envoy in Sanaa as 32 rebels killed

ADEN: Fresh clashes and air strikes have killed 32 rebels around Yemen’s Red Sea city of Hodeida, hospital sources said Sunday, as the UN envoy…

The Korean peninsula crisis

Pare  peace talks from nuclear issue: US expert   Moon seeks to break nuke deadlock at summit WASHINGTON: One of the top US experts on North Korea says President Donald Trump should agree to separating talks for a formal peace on the Korean peninsula from the issue of Pyongyang’s denuclearization,…

Working to keep weapons from foes : Netanyahu

JERUSALEM: Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said yesterday his country is taking action to stop its foes from acquiring sophisticated arms, hours after Damascus said Israeli missiles targeted its airport, reports AFP. Israel has not officially confirmed or denied a report by Syrian state…

Aspirin-a-day risky in old age: Major study

Elderly people in good health should not take an aspirin a day, according to a major study in the US and Australia, reports BBC. There are proven benefits of the drug for people after a heart attack or stroke. But the trial found no benefit for healthy people over the age of 70, and the pills increased…
Florence weakens, devastation far from over

Florence weakens, devastation far from over

NEW BERN: A killer storm that left up to 13 people dead weakened to a tropical depression yesterday, but US authorities warned the devastation it caused—including…

Pakistan willing to open Afghan land route for India: US envoy

WASHINGTON: Pakistan approached Afghanistan earlier this year, indicating its willingness to discuss the resumption of trade between Afghanistan and India through the Pakistani land route, says a senior US diplomat, reports Dawn. In an interview to India’s Economic Times newspaper, Ambassador…

Indonesia’s Lombok battles with malaria

MATARAM: A malaria outbreak has infected at least 137 people in Indonesia’s West Lombok after the island was rocked by a series of earthquakes in recent months, reports AFP quoting an official yesterday. The quakes and aftershocks since July have killed about 500 people and forced hundreds of…
Syrians vote in first local polls since 2011

Syrians vote in first local polls since 2011

DAMASCUS: Syrians in government-controlled areas cast their ballots yesterday in the first local elections there since 2011, when the country’s…
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