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70 years of pain across the India-Pakistan border 70 years of pain across the India-Pakistan border

Thousands ready to cheer at the Wagah border crossing this week as the two countries celebrate the anniversaries of their independence


Floods kill 165 in India, Nepal and Bangladesh Floods kill 165 in India, Nepal and Bangladesh

Of the total, some 70 people die in Nepal, 73 in India and 22 in Bangladesh


China bans North Korean iron, seafood imports China bans North Korean iron, seafood imports

The decision announced after days of increasingly bellicose rhetoric between US President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un's regime


Barnaby Joyce: NZ confirms Australian deputy PM is dual citizen Australia deputy PM ‘is also NZ citizen’

Holding public office as a dual citizen is not allowed under Australia’s constitution


Teen's death at Chinese internet addiction camp sparks anger Teen's death at Chinese internet addiction camp sparks anger

A Chinese teenager has died days after he was sent to an internet addiction treatment centre, reigniting criticism of these controversial institutions


Rescuers pull out 46 bodies after landslide hits north India Rescuers pull out 46 bodies after landslide hits north India

Two buses, two cars and a motorbike had been trapped on a highway by the landslide Sunday


US officials say confrontation with North Korea not imminent   US officials say confrontation with NKorea not imminent

But Senior US national security officials cautioned that the possibility of war is greater than it was a decade ago


At least 4 people shot, killed in Mexican resort of Acapulco At least 4 people shot, killed in Mexican resort of Acapulco

The once-glamorous resort of Acapulco has struggled with surging violence


Charlottesville: White House defends Trump response White House defends Trump on Virginia

The president was criticised for not saying enough to condemn the far-right violence in Charlottesville


'Eighteen dead' in Burkina Faso attack 'Eighteen dead' in Burkina Faso attack

The government also says eight are wounded in the "terrorist attack" in Ouagadougou


Russia to train female fighter pilots Russia to train female fighter pilots

During WWII, Russian female pilots were known as "Stalin's Falcons". German troops called them "Night Witches"


No imminent threat of nuclear war with N. Korea: CIA No imminent threat of nuclear war with N. Korea: CIA

Pompeo says he is "quite confident" that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un would "continue to try to develop" the country's weapons programme


Elephants deployed in Nepal floods rescue efforts Elephants deployed in Nepal floods rescue efforts

Several hotels in Sauraha, in Chitwan district, have been inundated, trapping the tourists, many of them foreigners



2 army personnel killed, 3 injured in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian 2 army personnel killed in encounter in Shopian

Security forces launch a cordon and search operation following information about the presence of terrorists in Avneera village of Zainapora


50 feared dead as landslide sweeps away 2 buses in Indian Himachal Pradesh 50 feared dead as two buses washed away in landslide in India

The two buses were stationed at a roadside eatery located on the highway for refreshments when the disaster occurred

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