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  • Sri Lanka blasts: Zayan’s body arrives in Dhaka
  • Unspeakable grief: 5 members of 1 family killed in Sri Lanka
  • Death for 2 Netrakona war criminals
  • Death toll rises to 359 in Sri Lanka bombings, more arrested
  • 2 ‘drug traders’ killed in Cox’s Bazar, Dhaka ‘gunfights’
  • Sri Lanka attacker studied in UK, says minister, amid warning more bombers on loose
Pakistan navy quits US anti-piracy task force

Pakistan navy quits US anti-piracy task force

CARACHI: Pakistan's navy is no longer part of the counterpiracy Combined Task Force (CTF) that operates in the western Indian Ocean, officials told…

Xinjiang ‘legalises’ Uighurs internment camps

China's western Xinjiang region has written internment camps for Muslim Uighurs into law amid growing international concern over large-scale disappearances there, reports BBC. Xinjiang says the camps will tackle extremism through "ideological transformation". Rights groups say detainees…
Kenya bus crash kills at least 50

Kenya bus crash kills at least 50

NAIROBI: At least 50 people were killed when the bus they were travelling in overturned and its entire roof was ripped off in an accident in western Kenya…
Humans recognise 5,000 faces, study says

Humans recognise 5,000 faces, study says

PARIS: From family and friends to strangers on the subway and public figures on 24-hour news cycles, humans recognise an astonishing 5,000 faces, scientists…
India minister under scrutiny over #MeToo allegations

India minister under scrutiny over #MeToo allegations

A former prominent newspaper editor who is now a junior foreign minister is the latest to be named in what is being called India's #MeToo movement,…
Ex-president Yameen challenges  defeat

Ex-president Yameen challenges defeat

COLOMBO: Maldives strongman President Abdulla Yameen filed a legal petition yesterday challenging his landslide election defeat last month despite major…
South Korea begins naval event without Japan

South Korea begins naval event without Japan

SEOUL,: South Korea yesterday kicked off an international fleet review involving 13 nations, after Japan bowed out in protest at Seoul’s demand…
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