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Moderate earthquake strikes off Papua New Guinea

Moderate earthquake strikes off Papua New Guinea

A powerful earthquake measuring 6.9 magnitude struck off the coast of New Britain island in Papua New Guinea on Monday, the U.S. Geological Survey (US...

US Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay

US Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay's daughter shot dead

The 15-year-old daughter of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay was fatally shot in the neck, authorities and the athlete's agent said and police have arrested...

China successfully launches longest manned space mission

China successfully launches longest manned space mission

China today successfully launched a spacecraft carrying two astronauts, in its longest-ever manned space mission, who would later join its experimenta...

Military operation to recapture Mosul from IS begins in Iraq

Military operation to recapture Mosul from IS begins in Iraq

In Iraq, a military operation to recapture the Iraqi city of Mosul from Islamic State terror group has begun, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says. Mr ...

15 people killed in torrential rains in Vietnam

15 people killed in torrential rains in Vietnam

In Vietnam, at least 15 people have died after torrential rains caused severe flooding across four central provinces and displaced thousands of people...

Qatar Airways is Middle East Airline of the Year

Qatar Airways is Middle East Airline of the Year

The PeninsulaDOHA: Qatar Airways has once again been chosen as the Middle East Airline of the Year by international business travellers. The acco...

China develops world

China develops world's smallest nuclear plant to take control of South China Sea

China has developed a nuclear power plant so small it can fit inside a shipping container - to help Beijing's efforts to take control of disputed isla...

China to launch manned space mission Shenzhou 11

China to launch manned space mission Shenzhou 11

China will launch a two-man space mission, Shenzhou 11, on Monday, the state-owned Xinhua news agency said, taking the country closer to its ambition ...

Saudi Arabia, where even milk depends on oil, struggles to remake its economy

Saudi Arabia, where even milk depends on oil, struggles to remake its economy

AL KHARJ, Saudi Arabia: This is what it takes to run a megadairy in the scorching desert here: 180,000 Holstein cows, precisely cooled cowsheds, water...

What it’s like to travel through the most dangerous 150km stretch on Earth

What it’s like to travel through the most dangerous 150km stretch on Earth

WELCOME to the jungle. No ordinary jungle.Here, the elements conspire against you. The climate is hot and the air is thick and heavy, making breathing...

US fighter jet plunges into sea off Okinawa, Japan

US fighter jet plunges into sea off Okinawa, Japan

A US Marine Corps Harrier jump-jet has dived into the sea shortly after taking off from a base on the island of Okinawa, south of Japan. Japanese coas...

Clashes in Somalia kill 11, displace 50,000 -U.N.

Clashes in Somalia kill 11, displace 50,000 -U.N.

MOGADISHU - Clashes between two semi-autonomous regions of Somalia this week have killed at least 11 people and displaced around 50,000, the United Na...

Suicide bombing in northern Baghdad kills 31

Iraqi police and hospital officials say the death toll from a suicide bombing at a funeral gathering in northern Baghdad increased to 31, with another 65 people wounded.Iraqi police and hospital offic...

Obama Has Just Turned Yemen into Another Middle East Quagmire

Obama Has Just Turned Yemen into Another Middle East Quagmire

When a U.S. vessel off the coast of Yemen fired on Houthi rebels Thursday, it sent another of the Obama administration’s delicate balancing acts in th...

Two trillion galaxies in

Two trillion galaxies in 'observable' Universe: NASA

There are a dizzying two trillion galaxies in the Universe, up to twenty times more than previously thought, astronomers reported Thursday.The surpris...

Trump campaign rocked by new allegations of sexual misconduct

Trump campaign rocked by new allegations of sexual misconduct

Donald Trump's fragile campaign has been hit by fresh allegations of inappropriate behaviour with two more women alleging that he made unwanted sexual...

Delegitimise all terror groups, go after terrorists: US

Delegitimise all terror groups, go after terrorists: US

The US has told Pakistan to go after those terrorists who seek and "sometimes find safe haven" in the country and delegitimise all terror groups opera...

US bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones on flights

US bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones on flights

The US Department of Transportation has banned Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones on flights after reports of the device catching fire. Transportation Sec...

14 pro-govt fighters killed in clashes with IS terror group in Libya

14 pro-govt fighters killed in clashes with IS terror group in Libya

In Libya, at least 14 pro-government fighters were killed and 30 others injured in clashes with the Islamic State terror group in Sirte. Medical off...

Israel freezes cooperation with UNESCO for

Israel freezes cooperation with UNESCO for 'denying Jewish holy sites'

Israel has frozen co-operation with the UN's cultural agency, UNESCO, accusing it of denying Judaism's connections to the religion's holiest sites. ...

King Bhumibol Adulyadej

King Bhumibol Adulyadej's life - Monarch of last resort

Dec. 5, 1927 Born in U.S. at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts 1932 Bloodless revolution ends absolute monarchy in Siam, us...

Great White Shark Thrashed Into A Cage - And A Diver Was Inside

Great White Shark Thrashed Into A Cage - And A Diver Was Inside

While he was inside a cage in the ocean, a great white shark forced its way in. It's tough to watch, but it's all on cameras.The shark didn't intend t...

Japan

Japan's SoftBank signs MoU with Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia

Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp. (SBG) on Friday said it has concluded a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Public Investment Fund of ...

Bob Dylan wins Nobel literature prize

Bob Dylan wins Nobel literature prize

Singer and songwriter Bob Dylan, one of the world’s most influential musicians, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday for “having crea...

GCC, Turkey deplore UN inaction in Syria

GCC, Turkey deplore UN inaction in Syria

Foreign ministers of Gulf Cooperation Council states and Turkey on Thursday called for urgent intervention of the UN in Syria to stop the killing of i...

Saudi Special Forces train with Chinese, French

Saudi Special Forces train with Chinese, French

Saudi and Chinese armed forces began the “Exploration 2016” joint military exercise on Wednesday. Special Forces of the Royal Saudi Land Forces a...

Duterte challenges West to probe Philippines drugs war

Duterte challenges West to probe Philippines drugs war

 Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte called US President Barack Obama, the European Union and United Nations “fools” on Thursday, and warned they w...

Development plan for Riyadh is promising, say experts

Development plan for Riyadh is promising, say experts

Riyadh these days looks like a big building site where infrastructure and development plans are being implemented to cater to the needs of the current...

Saudi Arabia losing allies over differences on regional issues

Saudi Arabia losing allies over differences on regional issues

Saudi Arabia seems to have become more isolated in the wake of a diplomatic row with its close ally, Egypt, following Cairo’s vote in favor of separat...

UK MP

UK MP's call for downing Russian jets in Syria ‘disgraceful’

Senior Tory MP Andrew Mitchell’s call for shooting down Russian jets over Syria is “disgraceful” and would put the world on the path towards another d...

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Which men's cricket team will reach in the semifinal of ICC World Cup 2019?

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