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Iraq forces in fierce Mosul fighting 
with jihadists

Iraq forces in fierce Mosul fighting with jihadists

AFP, MOSUL, Iraq: Iraqi forces battled the Islamic State group deep inside Mosul Thursday, piling pressure on jihadists who have no more escape routes…

Amnesty accuses Nigeria of killing 150 activists

AFP, LAGOS: Amnesty International on Thursday accused Nigeria’s security forces of killing at least 150 pro-Biafra protesters and injuring hundreds since August 2015. The army denied the charge. “This deadly repression of pro-Biafra activists is further stoking tensions in the southeast…
Pakistan stage actress shot by gunmen

Pakistan stage actress shot by gunmen

Unidentified gunmen opened fire on Pakistani stage actress Kismat Baig in Lahore yesterday. According to ‘The Dawn’, Kismat Baig was travelling…
Israel revives settlement plans after Trump win

Israel revives settlement plans after Trump win

AFP, JERUSALEM: Israel revived plans on Wednesday to build 500 new homes for Jewish settlers in Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem, an ominous sign for Palestinians…

Trump urges unity in Thanksgiving message

AFP, WASHINGTON: US President-elect Donald Trump acknowledged that a “long and bruising” presidential campaign had left emotions raw and tensions high Wednesday but urged America to come together on its Thanksgiving holiday. In a video address from his Florida golf resort, the 70-year-old…

EU lawmakers call for halt to Turkey talks

AFP,  STRASBOURG, France: The European Parliament on Thursday voted in favour of halting membership talks with Turkey over its post-coup crackdown, in a vote that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had already branded worthless. The non-binding motion approved by MEPs said parliament “calls...…

Sudan students march defying crackdown

AFP, KHARTOUM: Around 300 Sudanese students and schoolchildren marched in the capital Khartoum on Thursday, defying government efforts to quell persistent protests against fuel subsidy cuts that have led to spiralling prices. Dozens of anti-riot policemen and security service agents moved in to disperse…

Xinjiang residents must turn in passports

AFP, BEIJING: All residents in China’s restive region of Xinjiang must hand in their passports to local police stations for “examination and management”, the Global Times newspaper said Thursday. “Anyone who needs the passport must apply to the police station,” an anonymous…

Tokyo gets November snow for first time in 54 years

AFP, TOKYO: Tokyo woke up Thursday to its first November snowfall in more than half a century, leaving commuters to grapple with train disruptions and slick streets. Snow began falling before dawn with the mercury approaching zero as a cold weather system moved south. The Japan Meterological Agency…
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