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Migrants halted clash with police on border

Migrants halted clash with police on border

CIUDAD HIDALGO: Thousands of migrants who forced their way through Guatemala’s northwestern border and flooded onto a bridge leading to Mexico,…
Mercury mission to explore origin of Solar System

Mercury mission to explore origin of Solar System

Is Mercury’s core liquid or solid, and why—on the smallest planet in our solar system—is it so big? What can the planet closest to the…
US-backed Syria offensive kills 35 IS fighters: Monitor

US-backed Syria offensive kills 35 IS fighters: Monitor

BEIRUT: An offensive by US-backed forces against the Islamic State group’s last redoubt in eastern Syria killed 35 jihadists yesterday, reports…
Assange sues Ecuador for violating his rights

Assange sues Ecuador for violating his rights

QUITO: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange sued the Ecuador government on Friday for violating his “fundamental rights” and limiting his access…

Nudist beach surfer punches shark to escape attack

SYDNEY: A surfer who got bitten by a shark at an Australian nudist beach managed to make his break for freedom after punching the creature until it let him go, he said yesterday, reports AFP. Paul Kenny was riding the waves off Samurai Beach, a naturist spot 200 kilometres (125 miles) north of Sydney,…
Australia govt loses crucial by-election

Australia govt loses crucial by-election

SYDNEY: Australia’s embattled conservative coalition was yesterday dealt a spectacular defeat in a crucial by-election two months after it turfed…

New chief judge for 9/11 case at Guantanamo

WASHINGTON: Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis has instructed military judge Douglas Watkins to oversee court proceedings for 9/11 suspects imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay, the Pentagon said Friday, reports AFP. Watkins, a US army colonel, replaces now-retired colonel James Pohl. As chief judge, Watkins will…
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