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80,000 children 'wasting' from hunger in Myanmar: UN

Yangon: Over 80,000 children under the age of five living in Muslim-majority areas of western Myanmar are "wasting" and will need treatment for acute mal...

Trump will ask SC to overturn new travel-ban ruling

Washington: The US Justice Department said on Friday that it will ask the Supreme Court to reverse a ruling by a federal judge in Hawaii that the administration...

80 arrested in US for protesting healthcare reform

Washington: US Capitol police have arrested 80 protesters who were demonstrating against the proposed Republican healthcare bill. The police in a statement said...

197 police officers injured in anti-G20 protests

Hamburg:The number of police officers injured in clashes with anti-G20 protesters has increased to 197, officials said. Police said on Friday they were contending wi...

Over 100 police officers injured in anti-G20 protest

Image Courtesy: Hindustan Times Hamburg: At least 111 police officers were injured and 44 demonstrators were arrested on Friday during a protest against the G20 sum...

AG Ausuf to lead Jadhav's case from Pakistani side, ICJ told

Islamabad: Pakistan's Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf Ali will lead in the case relating to Kulbhushan Jadhav -- who Pakistan claims is an Indian spy -- at the I...

China ready to coordinate with US on Korean Peninsula

Washington: China is willing to coordinate with the US on the Korean Peninsular nuclear issue in order to diffuse tension and push for resolution of the matter, Chinese...

Over 1,000 children killed in Iraq since 2014: UN

Geneva: More than 1,000 children have been killed in Iraq since 2014 when militants from the Islamic State seized the northern city of Mosul and entire swathe of t...

Yemen cholera toll rises to 1,146: WHO

Sanaa: Cholera has claimed over 1,146 lives since April 27 in the war-torn Yemen, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Tuesday. "Since the beginning...

France, Britain to jointly combat online terrorist threat

Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron announced on Tuesday that his country and Britain will jointly launch an action plan to counter online terrorist threat....
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