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At least 40 killed in Yemen military parade attack

At least 40 killed in Yemen military parade attack

At least 40 people were killed in an attack on a military parade in the Yemeni port city of Aden on Thursday, security and medical sources said.There ...

5.3-magnitude earthquake damages buildings in Australia

5.3-magnitude earthquake damages buildings in Australia

An Australian outback town has been hit by a 5.3-magnitude earthquake that has damaged several buildings, the Deutsche Presse-Agentur, DPA, has report...

Prince Khaled inaugurates 5G service in Makkah

Prince Khaled inaugurates 5G service in Makkah

Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal launched the fifth-generation (5G) network service with the minister of communications and information technology,...

Eid ul Adha 2019: Zul Hijjah moon highly likely to be seen in UAE today

Eid ul Adha 2019: Zul Hijjah moon highly likely to be seen in UAE today

The International Astronomical Center is gearing up to sight the new moon of the lunar month of Zul Hijjah atop Jebel Hafeet in Al Ain on Thursday eve...

Pakistan to grant consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav tomorrow

Pakistan to grant consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav tomorrow

Islamabad: Pakistan has decided to grant consular access to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav in accordance with the International Court of Justice (I...

Trump, Putin discuss Russian wildfires: White House

Trump, Putin discuss Russian wildfires: White House

Washington: US President Donald Trump spoke on Wednesday with Russia's President Vladimir Putin about wildfires in Siberia and trade, the White House ...

Tulsi Gabbard seeks apology from Indian-American Senator Kamala Harris

Tulsi Gabbard seeks apology from Indian-American Senator Kamala Harris

Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard has sought an apology from her fellow party lawmaker, Indian-American Senator Kamala Harris, alleging th...

US imposes sanctions on Iran

US imposes sanctions on Iran's foreign minister

The United States on Wednesday imposed sanctions against Iran's foreign minister, Mohammed Javad Zarif, effectively slamming the door on the country's...

Osama bin Laden

Osama bin Laden's son is dead: US official

The son of al-Qaeda founder Osama Bin Laden, Hamza, has died, according to US intelligence officials. America's NBC News said three US officials ...

Foreign Ministers from South East Asia attend 52nd ASEAN summit

Foreign Ministers from South East Asia attend 52nd ASEAN summit

Foreign Ministers from South East Asia are attending the 52nd ASEAN summit in Bangkok. The annual meeting opened with a call from the host Thailand fo...

Gunmen kill eight people in Mexico

Gunmen kill eight people in Mexico

In Mexico, gunmen killed eight people and wounded two others in Bacalar, a tourism resort in the state of Quintana Roo yesterday. Quintana Roo At...

Imran Khan orders roll back of roti, naan prices across Pakistan

Imran Khan orders roll back of roti, naan prices across Pakistan

Islamabad: The cash-strapped government of Prime Minister Imran Khan has decided to roll back the prices of naan and roti across Pakistan, media repor...

Afghanistan: 34 killed, 17 injured in blast on highway

Afghanistan: 34 killed, 17 injured in blast on highway

At least 34 people, including women and children, were killed and 17 others were injured in a bomb blast on Herat-Kandahar Highway in northwestern Afg...

US warns of implications of adopting 5G tech from ‘totalitarian states’

US warns of implications of adopting 5G tech from ‘totalitarian states’

Washington: The US has asked countries to consider the long-term implications of adopting 5G technology from nations that have pursued a “totalitarian...

Trump nominee sparks worries of intelligence politicization

Trump nominee sparks worries of intelligence politicization

Washington: President Donald Trump's choice of a lawmaker with limited experience to oversee the massive US intelligence community has sparked concern...

Boris Johnson tries to reassure on Brexit as pound slumps

Boris Johnson tries to reassure on Brexit as pound slumps

London: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was visiting Wales on Tuesday as part of a national tour intended to reassure Britons that his hard-Brexi...

Bomb hits passenger bus in Afghanistan; 18 killed

Bomb hits passenger bus in Afghanistan; 18 killed

Kabul: An Afghan official says a roadside bomb explosion hit a passenger bus in western Farah province, killing at least 18 people including women and...

US working hard with India to help grow its economy: Pompeo

US working hard with India to help grow its economy: Pompeo

United State is working hard with the Indian government to provide India with opportunities to grow its economy as a part of the Trump Administration'...

Congo confirms second Ebola case in Goma

Congo confirms second Ebola case in Goma

Congo has confirmed second Ebola case in Goma, the city of more than 2 million people where the first confirmed case in this yearlong outbreak was rep...

Protesters clash with police in Hong Kong

Protesters clash with police in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, Protesters clashed with police again yesterday night after reports that some of their detained colleagues would be charged with the rela...

Macron, Rouhani hold talks over Iran-US tensions

Macron, Rouhani hold talks over Iran-US tensions

French President Emmanuel Macron has spoken with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani yesterday and reiterated his call for a de-escalation of tensi...

Muslim Sri Lankan Ministers who quit after Easter Sunday bombings rejoin govt

Muslim Sri Lankan Ministers who quit after Easter Sunday bombings rejoin govt

Four Sri Lankan Muslim Ministers, who resigned following the Easter Sunday bombings that killed 258 people, have rejoined the government after investi...

Mosque in Ireland ‘severely vandalized’ in suspected hate attack

Mosque in Ireland ‘severely vandalized’ in suspected hate attack

A mosque in Ireland was left “severely vandalized” on Monday, a local Muslim group told the Irish Times. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association group s...

5.7-magnitude earthquake strikes off Japan coast

5.7-magnitude earthquake strikes off Japan coast

Tokyo: A strong earthquake measuring 5.7 on the Richter scale struck off the coast of Japan in the wee hours of Tuesday (local time), the United State...

Death toll in group clash in prison rises to 57 in Brazil

Death toll in group clash in prison rises to 57 in Brazil

In Brazil, the death toll in the group clash in a prison has risen to 57. Rival gang factions fought each other in the Altamira prison in the northern...

Dengue spreads to 50 districts of Bangladesh

Dengue spreads to 50 districts of Bangladesh

Dengue cases have been reported from 50 districts outside Dhaka, according to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Bangladesh. On Monday...

US rejected the offer as not seeking dialogue, says Iran

US rejected the offer as not seeking dialogue, says Iran

The war of words between Iran and the US has further aggravated with Tehran accusing Washington of rejecting its offer for more robust nuclear inspect...

Hong Kong protesters hit subway to disrupt morning commute

Hong Kong protesters hit subway to disrupt morning commute

Honk Kong: Angry Hong Kong commuters argued with protesters who blocked the doors on trains Tuesday morning, preventing them from leaving stations.Ser...

Google paid people $5 to scan their faces for Pixel 4

Google paid people $5 to scan their faces for Pixel 4

San Francisco: At a time when face recognition technology is in the thick of controversies, Google paid people $5 in exchange for a facial scan to bui...

Imran Khan terms forced conversions as

Imran Khan terms forced conversions as 'un-Islamic'

Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday termed the practice of forced conversions as "un-Islamic" and said there was no precedent in I...

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