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Nawaz Sharif seriously ill, may be shifted to hospital Nawaz Sharif seriously ill

After his examination by doctor, it will be determined whether the former prime minister will be shifted to hospital or not


Palestinian protest icon Tamimi released from Israeli prison Palestinian protest icon Tamimi released from Israeli prison

Ahed was arrested in December after she slapped two Israeli soldiers outside her family home


Air quality in Delhi improved due to meteorological factors: Green body Air quality in Delhi improved: Green body

The Air Quality Index of New Delhi was recorded at 43 which falls under the "good" category


5 killed in possible murder-suicide at Texas nursing center and home

Gunmen kill 5 at Texas nursing center

Evidence points to a murder-suicide, but the investigation is still "premature to determine a motive


Israeli Arab MP resigns over controversial 'nation state' law Israel MP quits over 'nation state' law

Zouheir Bahloul, 67, branded parliament "racist" and "destructive" for passing the law, which revokes the status of Arabic as an official language


Floods wreak havoc in India as death toll reaches nearly 600

India flood: Death toll reaches nearly 600

Maharashtra state has so far received 99.30 millimeters of rainfall, while Kerala had 1451.85 millimeters of rainfall, Assam got 585.70 millimeters


Final results out, Imran Khan needs 22 more to lead Pakistan Imran Khan needs 22 more to lead Pakistan

According to the figures provided by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) won 115 out of the 270 seats


Cambodia votes in poll without main opposition Cambodia votes but main opposition absent

Critics have called the vote a sham as the Cambodia National Rescue Party, which narrowly lost the last election, has been dissolved


Charlotte Brown speedboat death: Jack Shepherd manhunt launched International hunt for speedboat killer

An international hunt is under way to find a man who killed his date in a speedboat crash on the River Thames


At least 10 dead, 40 hurt as 6.4 quake hits Indonesia island 10 killed in Indonesia quake

The quake damaged dozens of single-story houses and taller buildings and was felt in a wider area, including in Bali


Carr fire: California blaze kills children and great-grandmother

Children die in California wildfire

The blazes, known as the Carr fire, have destroyed at least 500 structures and are threatening thousands of homes


Typhoon Jongdari: Powerful storm hits weather-ravaged Japan Powerful storm hits weather-ravaged Japan

The storm comes less than a month after floods killed more than 200 people, and then a heatwave left dozens dead


Plane crash in Swiss Alps kills four Plane crash in Swiss Alps kills four

The accident comes after an unusually deadly winterseason in the Swiss Alps that saw multiple hikers killed in a series of avalanches


Desperately need more funding to help Rohingyas: IOM Desperately need more funding to help Rohingyas: IOM

Staff of the IOM, the UN’s migration agency, have been working round the clock this week amid the downpours



3 killed in Indonesia's 6.4 magnitude quake 3 killed in Indonesia's 6.4 magnitude quake

The island is not far from the tourist destination of Bali, but no damage or casualties have been reported there


Munich airport cancels 200 flights after intruder alert Munich airport cancels 200 flights after intruder alert

Several thousand people at the airport on a busy weekend of holiday departures had to be evacuated


Cuba to study whether climate change is hurting sugar harvests Cuba to study whether climate change is hurting sugar harvests

Cuban president Miguel Diaz-Canel orders state sugar monopoly Azcuba to undertake the climate study


Life returns to Egypt's Sinai city despite anti-jihadist war Life returns to Egypt's Sinai city despite anti-jihadist war

Military operations restricted many aspects of everyday life for the 225,000 residents of the Mediterranean city


Shootings leave 5 dead in Texas, including 3 at nursing home  Shootings leave 5 dead in Texas

Rodriguez says officers responded to the nursing home about 7 p.m. Friday


33 killed as bus falls into gorge in western India 33 killed as bus falls into gorge in western India

The bus was carrying 34 staff members of an agriculture university in the Konkan region of Maharashtra


Carr fire: California blaze leaves two dead Thousands flee 'tornado' California fires

The blazes, known as the Carr fire, have destroyed at least 500 structures and are threatening thousands of homes


US questions fairness of Pakistan elections US questions fairness of Pakistan elections

According to a US official, The United States also “has deep reservations over the participation of terrorist-affiliated individuals in the elections'


Rainstorms kill 49 in northern India Rainstorms kill 49 in northern India

Weather officials predict more rains in the next 48 hours in India's most populous state of Uttar Pradesh


Taliban official says group spoke with US diplomat Taliban official says group spoke with US diplomat

The Taliban have long demanded direct talks with Washington


China started the trade war, Trump is just trying to end it China started the trade war, Trump is just trying to end it

The Chinese government gives huge subsidies to its own firms and excludes foreign companies from doing business in China


Cambodia goes to the polls on July 29 Cambodia goes to the polls on July 29

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen's Cambodian People’s Party will be facing off against 19 other parties in the upcoming election



Juana Rivas: Court jails mother who hid with sons in custody battle

Spain mother jailed for hiding sons

Juana Rivas has also been stripped of custody rights for six years and told to pay hefty legal costs


Monsoon rains collapse houses in northern India, killing 37 Monsoon rains collapse houses in India, killing 37

Weather officials have predicted more rains in the next 48 hours in India's most populous state of Uttar Pradesh


Ex-security aide to Macron says he betrayed president Ex-security aide to Macron says he betrayed president

Among charges the former presidential security Alexandre Benalla now faces is "violence in a group"


Venezuela opposition legislator flees after 'secret police threats' Venezuela opposition legislator flees

Several senior opposition leaders have left Venezuela over the past year


Les Moonves: CBS investigates report of 'misconduct' CBS investigates claims of misconduct

Mr Moonves, 68, told the magazine that he "may have made some women uncomfortable" in the past


United Nations verifies over 7,000 child casualties in Syria since 2013 UN verifies over 7,000 child casualties in Syria since 2013

The Security Council says that since the beginning of 2018, the UN has verified over 1,200 violations against children


UK MPs call for social media regulation UK MPs call for social media regulation

The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee are investigating disinformation and fake news following the Cambridge Analytica data scandal


Imran Khan's victory confirmed by officials Imran Khan's victory confirmed by officials

Mr Khan will wait for the final 19 seats to declare their results before he begins the process of coalition building


Pakistan parties announce protests demanding new elections Pakistan parties demanding new elections

Rival parties meet late Friday as part of an alliance called the All Parties Conference where they call out the military for interfering in the polls


Trump open to Moscow visit if Putin formally invites him Trump open to Moscow visit if Putin formally invites him

Trump had initially invited Putin to Washington this fall for a follow-up meeting to their controversial Helsinki summit


3 women paid 'hush money' for Trump relationships 3 women paid 'hush money' for Trump relationships

Avenatti discloses the information at a community forum in West Hollywood, California, but he would not provide additional information


Putin says 'ready to go to Washington', invites Trump to Moscow Putin says 'ready to go to Washington'

Trump faces intense criticism after the Helsinki news conference


Troops sent to West Bank after Israeli killed in attack Troops sent to West Bank after Israeli killed in attack

Israel's military on Friday searched the West Bank village of a Palestinian teen-ager who broke into a settlement home and stabbed three Israelis

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