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Federal rule imposed on Kashmir state in India

Federal rule imposed on Kashmir state in India

India's troubled Jammu and Kashmir state was placed under the direct control of the federal government on Wednesday amid increasing instability and violence in the disputed region.

Eritrea welcomes Ethiopia PM's peace gesture

Eritrea welcomes Ethiopia PM's peace gesture

Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki said he was sending a delegation to Addis Ababa to understand the position of new Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and "chart out a plan".

30 Afghan soldiers killed by Taliban in major attack since truce

30 Afghan soldiers killed by Taliban in major attack since truce

Taliban militants killed 30 members of the Afghan security forces in an ambush in the western province of Badghis on Wednesday.

Indonesia lists 180 missing on doomed ferry

Indonesia lists 180 missing on doomed ferry

Divers and an underwater drone joined the search of Lake Toba on Sumatra island on Wednesday as tearful relatives of gathered at the small port in Tigaras.

Indonesia's poor get to taste leftover wedding dishes

Indonesia's poor get to taste leftover wedding dishes

In the slums of Jakarta, Indonesia's poor are getting a taste of how the other half live thanks to a new programme that aims to take a bite out of its mammoth food-waste problem.

Two suspects arrested over US Marine killing

Two suspects arrested over US Marine killing

The National Bureau of Investigation has captured two suspects tagged in the killing of United States Marines Major George Anikow in November 2012.

Ousted Supreme Court chief justice slams Duterte

Ousted Supreme Court chief justice slams Duterte

The ousted chief justice of the Philippines’ Supreme Court yesterday lashed out at President Rodrigo Duterte, calling him a “self-styled saviour who is willing to kill.”

India repatriates six Pakistani prisoners

India repatriates six Pakistani prisoners

India has repatriated six Pakistani prisoners back to their country, the external affairs ministry said.

Eid spending rises above Rs1tn mark

Eid spending rises above Rs1tn mark

Shrugging off all concerns, Pakistanis celebrated Eid al-Fitr like never before. Across the country, despite successive heatwaves, people thronged markets to boost the Eid economy by about 15%, crossing the trillion-rupee mark, hitting Rs1.1tn.

Italy’s Salvini sparks outcry over Roma census proposal

Italy’s Salvini sparks outcry over Roma census proposal

Italy’s far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has defended his plans to count the Roma community living in the country and deport those without legal status, despite outrage at home and abroad.

Three dead in gang shooting in southern Swedish city

Three dead in gang shooting in southern Swedish city

Three people were killed and three others injured in a gang shooting in the southern Swedish city of Malmo, plagued by rival criminal gangs, police said yesterday.

Macron and Merkel say migrant crisis needs a ‘European response’

Macron and Merkel say migrant crisis needs a ‘European response’

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron jointly stressed yesterday on the need for an EU-wide solution to the migration crisis that is currently casting a shadow over co-operation between European neighbours.

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