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Turkish soldier killed, 18 Islamic State fighters 'neutralized' in Syria clash

One Turkish soldier was killed and three slightly wounded in a clash with Islamic State fighters in Syria in which 18 militants were "neutralized", the Turkish military said in a statement on Wednesda...

16 now confirmed dead in China landslides following typhoon

16 now confirmed dead in China landslides following typhoon

The death toll from two landslides last week in southeastern China following a major typhoon has risen to 16, with searchers finding the bodies of mor...

‘Declare Pak state sponsor of terror’ becomes most popular US petition ever

‘Declare Pak state sponsor of terror’ becomes most popular US petition ever

More than 50,000 new signatures have been added to the final count of the White House petition seeking to designate Pakistan a state sponsor of terror...

3 British win Nobel Physics Prize

3 British win Nobel Physics Prize

British scientists David Thouless, Duncan Haldane and Michael Kosterlitz won the Nobel Physics Prize today for revealing the secrets of exotic matter,...

Putin’s Middle East gamble is paying dividends

Putin’s Middle East gamble is paying dividends

Vladimir Putin has made an art of turning weakness into strength.  As Russian and Syrian forces pound Aleppo in the biggest assault of Syria’s fi...

Yahoo Secretly Scanned Customer Emails For US Intelligence

Yahoo Secretly Scanned Customer Emails For US Intelligence

Yahoo Inc last year secretly built a custom software program to search all of its customers' incoming emails for specific information provided by US i...

Indonesia air force holds its largest military exercise in South China Sea

Indonesia air force holds its largest military exercise in South China Sea

Indonesia's air force is holding its largest military exercise this week, near some of its islands in the South China Sea, in a show of sovereignty ov...

New Poll Shows Americans Think Clinton Beat Trump at First Debate

New Poll Shows Americans Think Clinton Beat Trump at First Debate

New ABC News/Washington Post post-debate poll shows Americans see Clinton as the winner of the first presidential debate by a near-record margin.

Pakistan again violates ceasefire, shells Rajouri

Pakistan again violates ceasefire, shells Rajouri

Pakistani troops again violated ceasefire today by resorting to mortar shelling and firing on Army posts and civilian areas along the LoC in three are...

UNSC not discussing India-Pak tensions: Russia

UNSC not discussing India-Pak tensions: Russia

The UN Security Council has not been discussing the escalating tensions between India and Pakistan, Russia's envoy to the UN and Council president for...

A Young Generation Loves Obama, Cool to Clinton, Trump

A Young Generation Loves Obama, Cool to Clinton, Trump

A new generation of American voters has few if any profound political memories of any president other than Barack Obama, and that appears to be having...

At least 20 killed in suicide attack targeted a wedding in Hasakah

A suicide bomber detonated his explosive vest at a Kurdish wedding in northern Hasakah, Syrian Kurdistan (Rojava).According to a Kurdistan24 reporter, at least 20 were killed and 47 others w...

Turkey Suspends 12,800 Police Officers From Duty

Turkey Suspends 12,800 Police Officers From Duty

Turkish authorities on Tuesday suspended some 12,800 police officers from duty over their suspected links to U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethulla...

FIFA chief Infantino suggests 48-team World Cup

FIFA chief Infantino suggests 48-team World Cup

FIFA president Gianni Infantino, whose election promises included expanding the World Cup finals to 40 countries, on Monday proposed an even larger to...

Hurricane Matthew: One Dead, One Missing In Haiti

Hurricane Matthew: One Dead, One Missing In Haiti

Hurricane Matthew has left one person dead and another missing in Haiti, officials said Monday, as it churns through the Caribbean as the worst storm ...

Pakistan, India NSAs agree to reduce tension along LoC: Sartaj Aziz

Pakistan, India NSAs agree to reduce tension along LoC: Sartaj Aziz

The National Security Advisors of India and Pakistan have spoken over phone and agreed to reduce tensions on the LoC, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's Ad...

Pak imposes curbs on airspace

Pak imposes curbs on airspace

Commercial flights from India will have to face considerable restrictions in Pakistani airspace, after India conducted surgical strikes across the Lin...

Woman passenger told to switch seats for Muslims in US

Woman passenger told to switch seats for Muslims in US

A woman passenger on board a United Airlines flight has complained of discrimination after her pre-booked seat had been changed for two “Pakistani mon...

Kim Kardarshian held at gunpoint in Paris hotel room

Kim Kardarshian held at gunpoint in Paris hotel room

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West was held at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room by masked men dressed as police officers.The "Keeping Up With The Kar...

Afghan city of Kunduz under Taliban attack

Afghan city of Kunduz under Taliban attack

The Taliban launched an assault on Kunduz, which was the scene of intense fighting today, one year after the Islamist militia briefly took over the no...

52 killed in stampede at Ethiopia religious event

52 killed in stampede at Ethiopia religious event

In Ethiopia, at least 52 people have been killed and many injured in a stampede in Oromia region. The stampede occurred after police fired tear gas an...

UK to trigger Brexit process by March in 2017: PM Theresa May

UK to trigger Brexit process by March in 2017: PM Theresa May

Britain will trigger the formal process for leaving the European Union before the end of March next year. Prime Minister Theresa May said this ahead o...

Pakistanis are ready for friendship with India: Imran Khan

Pakistanis are ready for friendship with India: Imran Khan

Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan tonight offered an olive branch to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying Pakistanis are ready for friendship as ...

Democracy has not been tailored to Pak environment: Parvez Musharraf

Democracy has not been tailored to Pak environment: Parvez Musharraf

The army has often played a prominent role in the governance of Pakistan as democracy has not been tailored to its environment, the country's former p...

WHO calls for decisive action to tackle Zika virus

WHO calls for decisive action to tackle Zika virus

World Health Organization (WHO) has asked countries across South-East Asia Region, including India, to continue to take decisive action to prevent, de...

US objects to Pakistan

US objects to Pakistan's nuclear threats against India

The United States has strongly objected to threats of nuclear warfare made by Pakistan against India and has conveyed its displeasure to Pakistan in t...

One killed, 100 injured in a train accident in New Jersey,US

One killed, 100 injured in a train accident in New Jersey,US

A packed commuter train ploughed into a station in New Jersey during the morning rush hour on Thursday, killing at least one person and injuring over ...

Congress votes to override Barak Obama

Congress votes to override Barak Obama's veto on 9/11 bill

US President Barack Obama says the congressional override of his veto on a bill allowing 9/11 lawsuits against Saudi Arabia sets a dangerous precedent...

US to send around  600 troops reinforments to Iraq: US officials

US to send around 600 troops reinforments to Iraq: US officials

The United States is ready to send around 600 troops to Iraq to train local forces for an upcoming offensive on the Islamic State group stronghold of ...

Race to White House is real business, not reality TV: Hillary Clinton

Race to White House is real business, not reality TV: Hillary Clinton

Taking a dig at her Republican rival Donald Trump, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has said the race to the White House is real busine...

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

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