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US forces leaves Syria town fearful for future By AFP | Last Updated: 18th January, 2019, 18:50

Just metres (yards) away from the restaurant, his shop was also hit by the blast

Deadly attack on US forces leaves Syria town fearful for future

Manmohan Singh: India’s ‘accidental PM’ biopic causes stir India’s ‘accidental PM’ biopic causes stir

In The Accidental Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh sits in a garishly decorated office


Kenya attack: Who are the Nairobi victims? Kenya attack: Who are the Nairobi victims?

A 19-hour siege of the DusitD2 hotel and business complex on Tuesday ended with five attackers "eliminated", President Uhuru Kenyatta said


Sabarimala: Woman who defied India temple ban 'attacked by mother-in-law' Woman who defied India temple ban 'beaten'

Kanaka Durga had been in hiding since 2 January, when her entry into the Sabarimala temple sparked protests


Kumbh Mela: Millions of Indians begin holy dip Millions of Indians begin holy dip

At least 15m people are expected on the first day alone


Can Trump's Syria policy end the 'Forever Wars'? Is Trump ending the 'Forever Wars'?

The US would seemingly work behind the scenes that "in Syria the US will use diplomacy and work with our partners to expel every last Iranian boot


Saudi Arabia's enduring male guardianship system Saudi Arabia's enduring guardianship system

Human Rights Watch reported in 2016 that the kingdom "clearly and directly enforces guardianship requirements in certain areas"


Is affirmative action in India becoming a gimmick? Is affirmative action in India becoming a gimmick?

It is built into the country's 68-year-old constitution, and reserves seats in parliament


How Venezuela's crisis developed and drove out millions of people Venezuela: A country in freefall

Venezuela's currency is losing its value and prices are soaring - at speed


Japanese magazine apologises over university 'sex listing' Row over Japan university 'sex listing'

One woman launched a campaign calling for an apology and for the article to be removed


Women over 50 'too old' to love, French author Yann Moix says Author says women over 50 'too old' to love

A French writer is being criticised after saying he would be "incapable" of loving a woman aged 50 or above... despite being 50 himself


West Bengal tribals battling food scarcity: study West Bengal tribals battling food scarcity: study

West Bengal is home to over five million tribals, with 6% of the India’s tribal population of 100 million



Sabarimala: Women who defied temple mobs 'have no fear' Women who defied temple mobs 'have no fear'

Kanaka Durga, 39, and Bindu Ammini, 40, made history by entering Sabarimala shrine in India's Kerala state on Wednesday


Trump's wall: How much has been built so far? How much of Trump's wall has been built?

Writing on Twitter Trump says "Much of the wall has already been fully renovated or built, we have done a lot of work."


Rashida Tlaib wears traditional Palestinian dress to take oath Palestinian dress worn in new US Congress

Ms Tlaib and Minnesota's Ilhan Omar became the first-ever Muslim female members of Congress on Thursday


What does 2019 have in store for the global economy? Clouds gathering over global economy

Global growth will probably be about 3.7% when all the numbers are in, according to the International Monetary Fund


The Indian men who make money selling trash The Indian men who make money selling trash

The 34-year-old, who prefers to go by his first name only, is standing in the middle of a scrapyard


Why Hasina is important for the North-east Why Hasina is important for the North-east

Sheikh Hasina ’s special emphasis on bilateral relation with India has been a deep gesture of gratitude to India


Strategic Planning:  A Catalyst to Win Competitive Advantage Strategic Planning: A Catalyst to Win Competitive Advantage

In preparing HRM engagement strategy, strategic planning plays key role to persuade the employees’ performance to achieve advantage


Bangladesh elections: Security on high alert ahead of polls Bangladesh election: Security on high alert

Ms Hasina is expected to win, while her main rival is in jail for corruption


Yemen war: What will the new year hold? What will the new year hold for Yemen?

The Yemeni government is making clear it wants its own ministries to take charge


Sheikha Latifa: Mary Robinson 'backed Dubai version of events' Row over Dubai 'missing' princess meeting

Sheikha Latifa, the daughter of the emirate's ruler Sheikh Rashid, is said to have tried to flee abroad in March in order to live a freer life


Florida school shooting: What happened next? Florida school shooting: What happened next?

It has been 10 months since Morgan Williams cowered under her teacher's desk as bullets were fired into her Florida classroom


The Thai cave rescue: What happened next? The Thai cave rescue: What happened next?

Five months later, it is now one of the most visited spots in northern Thailand


When Donald met Kim: What happened next? When Donald met Kim: What happened next?

The most obvious was the first US-North Korean summit in Singapore in June


Achievements of AL government at a glance Achievements of AL government at a glance

With the slogan of making the country digital Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina assumed the office…


California wildfires: The day Paradise burned down California wildfires: The day Paradise burned down

The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) reports that a wildfire has started outside Pulga


Trump's withdrawal from Afghanistan ignores a dangerous threat US Afghan withdrawal ignores a real threat

The US move is all the more surprising given the recent spike in violence in Afghanistan, which has been prompted in part by elections


How LGBTQ+ hate crime is committed by young people against young people Why young people love to hate

Some police forces say that they are still "vastly underreported" across the UK, however


'Alone in the world': Canada squeezed by superpowers in Huawei dispute Canada 'alone' in China and Huawei dispute

The US is requesting Ms Meng's extradition on charges of violating US sanctions on Iran through Huawei's business dealings


40 years of hard work have turned China into a powerhouse 40 years of hard work turn China into a powerhouse

The last four decades have bought tremendous change to the lives of people across China, and the journey of change is far from over


How Greenland could become China's Arctic base Could Greenland become China's Arctic base?

Now, though, China is taking a big interest in a very different part of the world: the Arctic


Brexit: How Europe does second referendums How Europe does second referendums

Prime Minister Theresa May has warned such a vote would "break faith with the British people"


Was Mahatma Gandhi racist? Was Mahatma Gandhi racist?

The protest against the glorification of Gandhi in Ghana is hardly the first time that Satyagraha leader has been called out for his racist beliefs


How a country suddenly went ‘crazy rich’

How a country suddenly went ‘crazy rich’

Indonesia, the nation with the world's largest Muslim population, is home to a rapidly growing middle class


How Putin's Russia turned humour into a weapon How Putin's Russia turned humour into a weapon

Humour is a key part of Moscow's response when the UK said it was "highly likely" that Russia was behind the poisoning of former spy Skripal


Kosovo's army dreamers enrage their Serbian neighbours The army dreamers enraging their Balkan neighbours

Serbia views a Pristina-controlled military force as a threat to Kosovo's 120,000-strong ethnic-Serb minority


75% of Brazilians think Bolsonaro going in 'right direction': poll 75% of Brazilians think Bolsonaro going in 'right direction': poll

Only 14 percent of those surveyed thought that Bolsonaro, who takes office January 1, is going in the "wrong direction," eleven percent did not know


Yemen war: Billions in aid, but where's it going? Billions raised for Yemen, where's it all going?

The ongoing UN-sponsored peace talks are seen as a key moment in the search for an end to the war in Yemen


UN: 20 million Yemenis are hungry, 250,000 face catastrophe UN: 20 million Yemenis are hungry

At least 250,000 Yemenis are in Phase 5 on the global scale for classifying the severity and magnitude of food insecurity and malnutrition

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