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Israel's Netanyahu denies 'baseless' reports of new scandal Israel's Netanyahu denies 'baseless' reports of new scandal

Israel's prime minister has denied what he calls "baseless" reports that he received gifts…


Turkish committee clears draft expanding Erdogan's powers Turkish Committee clears draft amendments to expand Erdogan's powers

A vote in the general assembly is expected to take place next month


Boko Haram teaching children as young as 13 to rape hostages and 'have fun' Boko Haram teaching children how to rape hostages

The group has reportedly turned to recruitment of child soldiers in an attempt to rebound after the terrible losses they suffered last year


S Korea Court Says impeachment trial can proceed without physical presence of Park Impeachment trial can proceed without physical presence of Park

South Korea's opposition-controlled parliament votes to impeach Park on Dec 9


5 dead, 60 feared trapped in coal mine collapse in eastern India 5 dead, 60 feared trapped in coal mine collapse in India

Mining operations were taking place about 200 feet beneath the ground


Meet Pakistan's very own Hulk Meet Pakistan's very own Hulk

Baba consumes four chickens, 36 eggs, three killogrammes of meat and five litres of milk daily to prepare for the World Weightlifting Championships


Magnitude 6.2 earthquake hits region in eastern Indonesia, no reports of damage 6.2 magnitude earthquake jolts eastern Indonesia

The epicentre of the quake, initially measured as a magnitude 6.4, was 71 km south of Raba city and at a depth of 72 km below the seabed


Moscow vows 'reciprocal' response to US expulsion of Russian diplomats Moscow vows retaliation over diplomat expulsion by US

A spokesman for President Vladimir Putin says the Kremlin's reaction would cause the US "significant discomfort"


North Korean leader Kim Jong Un executed 340 people since coming to power in 2011 Kim Jong Un has executed over 300 people since 2011

Of those killed, about 140 were senior officers in the country’s government, military and ruling Korean Worker’s Party


Pakistan to hang 'butcher of Swat' Muslim Khan Pakistan to hang 'butcher of Swat'

Muslim Khan is among eight "terrorists" whose death penalty was confirmed by army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa


Russia-Turkey ceasefire goes into force in war-ravaged Syria Syrian ceasefire comes into force

The deal includes many rebel groups but not jihadists such as the so-called Islamic State, or the Kurdish YPG


US expels 35 Russian diplomats for spying, imposes sanctions after election hacks US expels 35 Russian diplomats over election hacking

Sanctions have also been announced against nine entities and individuals including Russian intelligence agencies, the GRU and the FSB


Nobel laureates, global leaders urge UN to act on Rohingya issue Nobel laureates urge UN to act on Rohingya issue

They express grave concern over Rohingya persecution in Myanmar which bears the hallmarks of genocides and past tragedies like that of Rwanda, Darfur


Freedom to doubt, disagree dispute intellectually must be protected: Pranab Mukherjee "Freedom to dispute intellectually must be protected"

Pranab Mukherjee says, "An objective pursuit of history requires an impartial mind of a judge and not the mind of an advocate," adding, "We must keep


Ten years since Iraq's Saddam executed Ten years since Iraq's Saddam executed

Officials who witnesses the pre-dawn execution say Saddam, 69, remained defiant to the end, railing against his Iranian and American enemies and

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