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Woman suffocates to death after husband glues her eyes, nose, mouth shut in India Woman dies as husband glues her eyes, nose, mouth shut in India

The incident took place at their residence in Rajput Colony in Vidhish of Madhya Pradesh on Friday


MQM confirms support to PTI in exchange for federal package for Karachi MQM confirms support to Imran Khan's party

PTI promises that a special federal package will be announced for Karachi, with an emphasis on the provision of water for its residents


Denmark veil ban: First woman charged for wearing niqab Denmark woman fined for wearing veil

Local media report a 28-year-old woman was fined after getting into a scuffle with a woman trying to remove her veil


China renews yellow alert for heat wave China renews yellow alert for heat wave

China has a four-tier weather warning system, with red representing the most severe, followed by orange, yellow and blue


Zimbabwe election: President Mnangagwa calls for unity Mnangagwa calls for Zimbabwe to unite

Emmerson Mnangagwa says he will be a leader for all Zimbabweans in a call for unity after rows broke out over his election victory


Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple

The epic event is being commemorated with construction of a museum, expected to open within six months, along with a statue of Saman


Russian airline says 18 killed in Siberian helicopter crash 18 killed as Russian helicopter crashes in Siberia

Russian media quoted sources as saying that three crew members and 15 passengers were killed


Malala calls for rebuilding of schools torched in Pakistan Malala calls for rebuilding of schools torched in Pakistan

No one was wounded as the buildings were closed at the time


7 rebels, Indian soldier killed in India's Kashmir fighting 8 killed in Kashmir fighting

India and Pakistan each administer part of Kashmir, but both claim it in its entirety


Pompeo calls on Myanmar to release 2 Reuters journalists Myanmar should release 2 Reuters journalists: Pompeo

Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone have pleaded not guilty to the charges against them


North Korea continuing nuclear programme - UN report N Korea 'continuing nuclear programme'

The report says Pyongyang has resorted to a "massive increase" of illegal ship-to-ship transfers of oil products and has been trying to sell weapons


Trump ex-campaign chief Manafort's 'income doctored' Trump ex-campaign chief's 'income altered'

Mr Manafort is facing charges of bank fraud, tax fraud, and failing to report foreign bank accounts


11 killed in home in Mexican border city across from El Paso 11 killed in home in Mexico

The state's attorney's office says in a statement Friday that the victims were eight men and three women


Blast in granite quarry kills 12 in southern India 12 killed in India's granite quarry blast

The victims were breaking stones and loading them in trucks at the time of the blast.


Record-breaking heatwave leaves 29 dead in South Korea 29 dead in South Korea heatwave

The unrelenting global heat wave is consistent with predictions for the effects of climate change, experts say


At least 29 Shia worshippers killed in Afghan mosque attack At least 29 Shia worshippers killed in Afghan mosque attack

The militant group Islamic State has previously claimed responsibility for attacks on Shia mosques and other locations around Afghanistan


China threatens new tariffs on $60 bn worth of US goods China threatens new tariffs on $60 bn worth of US goods

The commerce ministry issued a statement saying the new duties would be applied if Washington pulled the trigger on President Donald Trump


21 die in northern Nigeria boat capsize: emergency services 21 die in northern Nigeria boat capsize: emergency services

The vessel carrying 50 passengers overturned in strong currents in a river in the Gandi district of Sokoto state


Twin suicide blasts kill at least 20 inside Afghan Shiite mosque Twin suicide blasts kill 20 in Afghanistan

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack


Zimbabwe opposition says 'fake' results give Mnangagwa win Zimbabwe opposition says 'fake' results give Mnangagwa win

The military appears to have vanished from Harare's streets on Friday


China urges Zimbabweans to 'respect' vote result China urges Zimbabweans to 'respect' vote result

The narrow margin is just enough to avoid a run-off against opposition leader Nelson Chamisa


Indian woman bites off chunk of husband's penis Indian woman bites off chunk of husband's penis

Villagers rushed the bleeding husband along with the severed part of the penis to hospital and informed police


China, ASEAN navies stage 1st emergency drills amid feud China, ASEAN navies stage 1st emergency drills amid feud

Singapore's navy hosted the drills at a training center at Changi naval base


TMC delegation leaves Assam after overnight detention

TMC delegation leaves Assam after overnight detention

The delegation including six Members of Parliament and two MLAs, who were confined to a room at the airport on the ground that Section 144 CrPC



Exiled Hamas leaders enter Gaza to discuss truce with Israel Exiled Hamas leaders enter Gaza to discuss truce with Israel

The Hamas website Safa says Friday this marks the first time all members of the political bureau have come together in Gaza


Turkey FM says told Pompeo threats and sanctions won't work Turkey FM says told Pompeo threats and sanctions won't work

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says he told US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that threats and sanctions will not work


Trump thanks Kim for handing over remains of war dead Trump thanks 'kind' Kim for war remains

The repatriation of US remains was agreed by Mr Trump and Mr Kim after their June summit in Singapore


Zimbabwe opposition leader rejects 'unverified fake results' Zimbabwe opposition leader rejects 'unverified fake results'

Chamis charges that the ZEC had denied his Movement for Democratic Change party access to the results


More than 130,000 evacuated as tropical storm hits China's Shanghai Over 130,000 evacuated as tropical storm hits China

Downgraded from a typhoon, Tropical Storm Jongdari arrived in the Chinese financial hub on Friday morning packing powerful winds


Imran Khan gets MQM-P support to form government Imran Khan gets MQM-P support to form government

The PTI also seeks the support of Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M)


In Syria, civil registers disclose hundreds of prison deaths Hundreds of prison deaths disclosed in Syria

Rights groups say Syria's security agencies used arrests and torture to terrorize population as Arab Spring-styled protests against President Assad


UN experts condemn President Trump's media criticism

UN experts condemn Trump media attacks

The comments follow hours after Mr Trump's daughter Ivanka distanced herself from her father's attacks


Myanmar floods leave 12 dead, 132,000 displaced

Myanmar floods leave 12 dead

The highest death toll was in Bago region north of Yangon, where four people died and more than 94,000 others took refuge in 186 camps


OAS human rights body counts 317 dead in Nicaragua unrest 317 dead in Nicaragua unrest: OAS

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights said the toll included 23 minors and 21 police officers


Yemeni officials say Saudi-led airstrikes kill 28 in Hodeida Saudi-led airstrikes kill 28 in Yemen

The airstrikes takes place close to the city's main public hospital, al-Thawra, and near a popular fish market


Zimbabwe election: Emmerson Mnangagwa wins election

Incumbent Mnangagwa wins Zimbabwe vote

With all 10 provinces declared, Mr Mnangagwa won 50.8% of votes to 44.3% for opposition leader Nelson Chamisa


Pope declares death penalty inadmissible Pope declares death penalty inadmissible

The Catholic Church's teaching on the death penalty has slowly evolved since the time of Pope John Paul II, who served from 1978 to 2005


Aid group: Thousands of Yemeni children fleeing fighting Thousands of Yemeni children fleeing fighting

The Saudi-led coalition, backing Yemen's internationally recognized government, seeks to retake rebel-held areas along the country's western coast


Israel halts fuel supplies to Gaza over incendiary balloons Israel halts fuel supplies to Gaza

Fuel shortages have left Gaza with limited electricity supply

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