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Nazi SS officer jailed for four years

Nazi SS officer jailed for four years

AFP, BERLIN: A German court Wednesday sentenced a former Nazi SS officer known as the "Bookkeeper of Auschwitz" to four years in jail, in what…

Loyalists advance in Yemen’s Aden

AFP, ADEN: Loyalists of Yemen's exiled president seized more ground in second city Aden on Wednesday after recapturing the airport held by Iran-backed rebels for four months, military sources said. The offensive, dubbed Operation Golden Arrow, is the first major advance by the loyalists since the…

N Korea minister criticised for ‘excessive purges’

Allegations of   excessive purges and misuse of power have been raised against North Korea's Minister of State Security (MSS) Kim Won-hong, whose position corresponds to South Korea's Director of the National Intelligence Service, a reecnt international media report said. He is known…

Eight Ukraine soldiers killed

AFP, Kiev:  Eight Ukrainian troops have been killed and 16 wounded in the war-torn east as pro-Russian  rebels launched one of their fiercest attacks since the signing of a shaky ceasefire deal, Kiev security officials said on Wednesday. "Over the past day there was one of the most intense…

Iraq says Iran deal sign of ‘common will’ to defeat IS

AFP, TEHRAN: Iran's nuclear deal with world powers is a sign of a common will to end conflict in the region and defeat the Islamic State jihadist group, Iraq's premier said Wednesday. "Daesh seeks to drag our region into perpetual conflict," Haider al-Abadi said on social media, using…

India clears $4.74 billion defence purchase

AFP, NEW DELHI: India's defence ministry has cleared the purchase of military equipment worth $4.74 billion, including four long-range patrol aircraft from US aerospace giant Boeing, an official said Wednesday. The Defence Acquisition Council, which approves big-ticket purchases, also approved an…

India’s Maoist rebels kill four abducted policemen

AFP, NEW DELHI: India's Maoist rebels have killed four policemen they abducted from a bus in the restive central state of Chhattisgarh, a senior officer said Wednesday. The guerrillas stopped the bus transporting the security personnel as it was passing through the Maoist-dominated Kutru village…

Japan firm to apologise to US POWs

AFP, TOKYO: Japan's Mitsubishi Materials said Wednesday that it would offer a landmark apology to US prisoners of war forced to work for the industrial giant during World War II, seven decades after the conflict ended. A senior company executive will apologise to 94-year-old survivor James Murphy…
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