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Suspect in murder of Filipino found in freezer arrested in Lebanon

Suspect in murder of Filipino found in freezer arrested in Lebanon

A key suspect in the gruesome murder of a Filipino domestic helper found dead in a freezer in Kuwait has been arrested in Lebanon, the Philippine government said.

Trump announces 'heaviest ever' sanctions on North Korea

Trump announces 'heaviest ever' sanctions on North Korea

US President Donald Trump has rolled out fresh sanctions against North Korea-linked shipping assets, hailing the package as the ‘heaviest sanctions ever’ levied on the Pyongyang regime.

Apple moves to store iCloud keys in China, raising human rights fears

Apple moves to store iCloud keys in China, raising human rights fears

When Apple Inc begins hosting Chinese users' iCloud accounts in a new Chinese data center at the end of this month to comply with new laws there ...

Australian PM declines to offer Trump any advice on gun control

Australian PM declines to offer Trump any advice on gun control

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has declined to offer US President Donald Trump any advice on gun control days after the latest mass shooting at a US school ...

At least 29 killed in insurgent attacks across Afghanistan

At least 29 killed in insurgent attacks across Afghanistan

At least 29 people have been killed in four attacks across three Afghan provinces, officials said Saturday.

Deputy who failed to stop shooting a coward: Trump

Deputy who failed to stop shooting a coward: Trump

US President Donald Trump, defending his controversial proposal to arm some of America’s teachers, yesterday said that a teacher with a gun would have “shot the hell” out of the teenager who went on a shooting rampage last week at a Florida high school.

Bangladesh power company plans Singapore listing

Bangladesh power company plans Singapore listing

Electricity producer Summit Power International plans to list on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) by April, what is likely the first company from Bangladesh to offer shares in the city-state, as it seeks to raise funds to invest in assets across Asia.

Court to hear Zia bail petition tomorrow

Court to hear Zia bail petition tomorrow

Bangladesh’s High Court has accepted petitions by imprisoned former prime minister and main opposition BNP chief Khaleda Zia seeking bail and challenging a five-year jail term given to her by a lower court on graft charges.

Suspect arrested over maid’s murder

Suspect arrested over maid’s murder

One of the two main suspects in the murder of a Filipina maid whose body was found stuffed in a freezer in Kuwait this month has been arrested, Philippine authorities said yesterday.

Students stage ‘walkout’ over rising dictatorship

Students stage ‘walkout’ over rising dictatorship

Students from different universities in Metro Manila walked out of their classrooms yesterday to join a rally against Charter change, Federalism, tuition increase, and in defence of press freedom.

Govt summons US envoy over Duterte ‘threat’ report

Govt summons US envoy over Duterte ‘threat’ report

The Philippine government summoned the US ambassador over an American intelligence report that listed President Rodrigo Duterte and his deadly war on drugs as a “regional threat”, Manila said yesterday.

Traffic cops put under watch thru pen camera

Traffic cops put under watch thru pen camera

Deputy inspector general (DIG), Kohat division in northwest of Pakistan, Awal Khan yesterday distributed pen cameras among traffic officials for fixing the same on uniform while on duty for bringing transparency and self-accountability in the force.

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