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Iran unveils home-grown missile defence system

Iran unveils home-grown missile defence system

Iran unveiled its new home-grown air defence system yesterday at a time of increased tensions with the United States. Iranian officials have previously…
Russia sends its first humanoid robot Fedor into space

Russia sends its first humanoid robot Fedor into space

Russia yesterday launched an unmanned rocket carrying a life-size humanoid robot that will spend 10 days learning to assist astronauts on the International…

N Korea dismisses nuclear talks

North Korea said yesterday it has "no interest" in dialogue unless Washington stops "escalating hostile military moves", as a senior US envoy visited Seoul with an eye on reviving nuclear talks with Pyongyang. Talks between Pyongyang and Washington have stalled since a second summit…

Macron, Johnson set for Brexit talks in Paris

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson headed to Paris yesterday for talks with French President Emmanuel Macron who is expected to rebuff his last-ditch efforts to renegotiate the UK's withdrawal from the European Union. Macron, who has said previously he is happy to be the "bad guy" on…
India’s ex-finance minister arrested

India’s ex-finance minister arrested

High drama unfolded in New Delhi late Wednesday as officers from India's equivalent of the FBI scaled the walls of a former finance minister's…

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Hong Kong students to boycott new term as protests continue AFP, Hong Kong   Hong Kong student leaders yesterday announced a two-week boycott of lectures from the upcoming start of term, as they seek to keep protesters on the streets and pressure on the government. The financial hub has been rocked…
Damascus to let civilians flee rebel-held Idlib

Damascus to let civilians flee rebel-held Idlib

Damascus said yesterday it is opening a corridor for civilians to leave the rebel-held northwestern region of Idlib, where government bombardment has…

Pakistan’s militant challenge in Kashmir

Pressure is mounting on Pakistan to contain militants itching for a fight with arch-nemesis India amid growing calls for action in its escalating dispute with New Delhi over Kashmir. Just last week, hundreds rallied in Pakistani Kashmir, calling for armed retaliation over India's decision to revoke…

‘Mentally stable’ Americans should be able to own guns: Trump

US President Donald Trump said Wednesday that all "mentally stable" Americans should be able to own firearms amid reports he retreated on plans to toughen gun purchase background checks in the wake of a string of mass shootings. "I want guns in the hands of people that are mentally stable,"…
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