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Turkey, Russia eye closer coordination on Syria

Turkey, Russia eye closer coordination on Syria

Turkey and Russia are discussing a "coordination centre" to better manage their operations in Syria's rebel-controlled Idlib province, Turkey's…

Pakistan, India hold ‘positive’ talks

Pakistan and India held “very positive” talks yesterday, as the arch-rivals sat down to discuss a visa-free corridor for Sikh pilgrims just weeks after soaring tensions brought the two nuclear-armed powers to the brink of war. Officials from the two countries met in Attari, India, to discuss…

Afghan airstrikes kill 31 militants

Thirty-one militants, many of them believed to have been Al-Qaeda fighters, have been killed in airstrikes in south-eastern Afghanistan, officials said yesterday. The strikes were carried out in Ghazni province late Wednesday, where the defence ministry said they targeted a "base" belonging…
Facebook, Instagram suffer most severe outage ever

Facebook, Instagram suffer most severe outage ever

Facebook appears to be recovering from a more than 14-hour disruption to all of its products that left them mostly inaccessible across the world. The…
Aga Khan named Prince’s Trust Founding Patron

Aga Khan named Prince’s Trust Founding Patron

During a dinner at Buckingham Palace, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, founder and President of The Prince’s Trust, recently announced His…
Parking lots offer safe haven for homeless Californians

Parking lots offer safe haven for homeless Californians

It’s a chilly winter evening in Los Angeles as Cameron Jones maneuvers his white sports car into an open-air parking lot and picks a secluded spot…

Diplomats walk out of UN conference in Venezuela protest

Diplomats yesterday walked out of a UN convention on drugs addressed by Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, saying his government was illegitimate and did not represent the country. Dozens of officials from Latin America, as well as the US, Canada and some European countries, including France,…

Over 100 schools shut after toxic waste dump

Over 100 schools in Malaysia have been closed after the dumping of toxic waste into a river caused hundreds of people to fall ill, including many children, authorities said. A lorry is believed to have dumped the waste in southern Johor state last week, sending hazardous fumes across a wide area and…
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