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Philippines declares battle with rebels over in Marawi City

Philippines declares battle with rebels over in Marawi City

The Philippines announced on Monday the end to five months of military operations in a southern city held by pro-Islamic State rebels, after a fierce and unfamiliar urban war ...

Malaysia asks Interpol to trace financier linked to 1MDB scandal

Malaysia asks Interpol to trace financier linked to 1MDB scandal

Malaysia has asked Interpol to try to locate a Malaysian financier for questioning over his suspected involvement in a multi-billion dollar scandal at state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) ...

Nepali pilot revives crashed plane as aviation museum

Nepali pilot revives crashed plane as aviation museum

A Turkish Airlines plane that crash landed at Kathmandu airport two years ago will be welcoming ticket holders on board again -- not for a flight but as the Nepali capital's first aviation museum.

Typhoon Lan heads out to sea, leaves three dead and flooding

Typhoon Lan heads out to sea, leaves three dead and flooding

A rapidly weakening typhoon Lan made landfall in Japan on Monday, setting off landslides and flooding that prompted evacuation orders for tens of thousands of people ...

Trump tells Paris, Berlin to 'keep making money' via trade with Tehran

Trump tells Paris, Berlin to 'keep making money' via trade with Tehran

US President Donald Trump said in an interview aired Sunday he does not object to France and Germany continuing trade with Iran, despite his refusal to certify the Iran nuclear deal.

Bangladesh signs gasoil import deal with India

Bangladesh signs gasoil import deal with India

Bangladesh yesterday signed a long-term sales and purchase agreement with an Indian refiner to import gasoil to meet the country’s energy demand, officials said.

‘Lanka aims to transform into global trading hub’

‘Lanka aims to transform into global trading hub’

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has said that the government aimed to transform the island nation into a hub of the Indian Ocean under the Vision 2025 programme.

Celebrating Nepali New Year

Celebrating Nepali New Year

Women from ethnic Newar community celebrate the Nepal Sambat in Kathmandu. Thousands of people from Nepal’s ethnic Newar community marched into the streets of the capital city on October 20 to celebrate their New Year called “Nepal Sambat 1138.”

North Italian regions vote on autonomy bid

North Italian regions vote on autonomy bid

Voters in the northern Italian regions of Lombardy and Veneto cast their ballots in referendums yesterday on autonomy, against the backdrop of Catalonia’s push for independence from Spain.

Catalonia weighs options after Spain raises stakes

Catalonia weighs options after Spain raises stakes

Catalonia’s separatists were weighing their options yesterday after Spain took drastic steps to stop the region from breaking away by dissolving its separatist government and forcing new elections.

Czech tycoon Babis to be named PM

Czech tycoon Babis to be named PM

Czech President Milos Zeman said yesterday that he would name Andrej Babis prime minister, but the tycoon leader of the anti-establishment ANO party may struggle to find coalition partners despite his emphatic election win.

Maltese demand justice for murdered journalist

Maltese demand justice for murdered journalist

Thousands of people flocked to a rally yesterday to demand justice for murdered Maltese journalist and anti-corruption blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia.

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