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Trump election: Former FBI boss to lead Russia inquiry Trump election: Former FBI boss to lead Russia inquiry

The appointment has been widely praised by politicians from both sides


Triple talaq not integral part of Islam: Centre tells Indian Supreme Court Triple talaq not integral part of Islam: Centre tells Indian SC

“The triple talaq is all about men versus women within Muslim community where men are powerful, educated than women,” the Centre says


US House speaker calls for caution, 'facts' on Trump crises US House speaker calls for caution, 'facts' on Trump crises

Democrats seizes on several reports to bolster their claims that Trump is unfit to serve in the Oval Office


Suspected Saudi-led raid kills 23 Yemen civilians: rebels Suspected Saudi-led raid kills 23 Yemen civilians: rebels

The raid comes days before US President Donald Trump is to arrive Saturday in Saudi Arabia on his first foreign trip since taking office in January


Gunmen attack state TV in eastern Afghanistan, 10 killed Gunmen attack state TV in eastern Afghanistan, 10 killed

It is not immediately clear who is behind the attack.Both the Taliban and an Islamic State affiliate are active in Nangarhar, a mountainous province


Trump ‘asked FBI chief to drop Flynn probe’ Trump ‘asked FBI chief to drop Flynn probe’

Donald Trump’s beleaguered White House was rocked Tuesday by a pair of explosive allegations—that…


Shariah court sentences gay couple to caning Shariah court sentences gay couple to caning

Indonesia researcher for Human Rights Watch Andreas Harsono says the court shows the increasingly conservative judiciary in Indonesia


Blast kills 3 bomb disposal experts in Somalia's capital

Blast kills 3 bomb disposal experts in Somalia's capital

There is no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast. The Somalia-based al-Shabab extremist group often claims responsibility for such attacks


Plane with US businessman, 3 others missing Plane with US businessman, 3 others missing

The Skylight Group says there was no indication of significant adverse weather at the time


Thai junta mulls powers to access private cyber data Thai junta mulls powers to access private cyber data

The Thai Netizen Network, which advocates for greater cyber freedoms, criticises the proposed cyber security bill


UK unemployment dips to lowest rate since 1975 UK unemployment dips to lowest rate since 1975

The unemployment rate falls to 4.6 percent in the three months to the end of March from 4.7 percent in the quarter ending in February


India ex-chief minister, 82, passes school exam India ex-chief minister, 82, passes school exam

Om Prakash Chautala, a four-term chief minister of the northern state of Haryana, sat the class 12 exams in Delhi's Tihar jail


Shariah court in Indonesia sentences gay couple to caning Shariah court in Indonesia sentences gay couple to caning

The court says the men, aged 20 and 23, would each be subjected to 85 lashes for having sexual relations


Australia considers banning laptops from airliner cabins Australia considers banning laptops from airliner cabins

Australia would "work very closely with our partners around the world" in constantly reviewing aviation security, Turnbull says


Sudan's president invited by Saudi Arabia to Trump meeting Sudan's president invited by Saudi Arabia to Trump meeting

  Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has been invited to this weekend's summit in the Saudi…

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