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Toxic alcohol kills 93 in India's Assam By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 23rd February, 2019, 18:46

At least 200 others have been hospitalised in northeastern India after drinking toxic liquor

Toxic alcohol kills 93 in India's Assam, hundreds hospitalised

Fire at Aero India 2019 show in Bengaluru: 300 cars gutted Fire at Aero India show: 300 cars gutted in Bengaluru

The cars in the parking lot belonged to the people who had come to see the aero show


Tainted liquor kills 66 in India’s Assam state Tainted liquor kills 66 in India’s Assam state

The deaths come less than two weeks after more than 100 people died after drinking bootleg alcohol in northern India


Brexit: Greg Clark, Amber Rudd and David Gauke issue delay warning Three UK ministers urge for Brexit delay

Downing Street said the trio's views on no deal were "scarcely a secret"


Venezuela crisis: Colombia border points closed amid aid stand-off Venezuela border closure amid aid stand-off

Tensions have been rising over a row about the delivery of humanitarian aid


Former Swiss officer Johan Cosar sentenced for fighting IS

Swiss soldier found guilty for fighting IS

Johan Cosar used his military training to recruit hundreds of men to defend Christian groups from IS



Nigeria election 2019: Atiku Abubakar challenges Muhammadu Buhari Nigerians finally vote in delayed poll

Mr Buhari says he has built a strong foundation for prosperity but his rival says Nigeria is not functioning


1 killed, 2 wounded in explosion in Nepalese capital

1 killed in Nepal explosion

The explosion startled the neighborhood and shattered windows in nearby buildings


Trump announces Kelly Knight Craft as UN ambassador pick Trump picks Canada ambassador for UN envoy

She will replace Nikki Haley, who resigned last year


Vietnam issues traffic ban for Kim's possible arrival route Vietnam issues traffic ban for Kim's possible arrival route

The summit is slated for Wednesday and Thursday


Pompeo to visit Philippines amid China flirtation Pompeo to visit Philippines amid China flirtation

Pompeo will travel to Manila on February 28 and March 1 for talks with President Rodrigo Duterte


50 die from tainted liquor in India's Assam state 50 die from tainted liquor in India's Assam

Deaths from illegally brewed alcohol are common in India because the poor cannot afford licensed brands


Brexit: Greg Clark, Amber Rudd and David Gauke issue delay warning Cabinet trio issue Brexit delay warning

The UK remains on course to leave the European Union on 29 March


Venezuela opposition leader Guaido appears at aid concert Venezuela opposition leader Guaido appears at aid concert

In Venezuela, a much smaller crowd gathered for a rival, three-day "Hands Off Venezuela" festival being organized by Maduro


Sudan's Omar al-Bashir declares state of emergency Sudan leader declares state of emergency

Mr Bashir has been the focus of anti-government protests in recent weeks


Venezuela crisis: Border clashes as aid row intensifies Clashes as Venezuela aid row intensifies

President Nicolás Maduro has closed the country's border with Brazil amid a row over the delivery of humanitarian aid


Venezuela soldiers kill two in clash over food on Brazil border: NGO Venezuela soldiers kill two in clash on Brazil border

The clash occurred in southeastern Bolivar state close to the border with Brazil, which President Nicolas Maduro ordered closed on Thursday


Pakistan decides to reinstate ban on 2 organizations after Kashmir attack

Pakistan decides to reinstate ban on 2 organizations after Kashmir attack

The announcement issued late Thursday was made after a meeting of the National Security Committee


Shamima Begum: IS teenager's family challenge citizenship move IS teen's family challenge UK on citizenship

Ms Begum, who left Bethnal Green, east London in 2015, is living in a refugee camp in northern Syria and gave birth to a son last weekend


5G networks: Trump says US shouldn't block technology Trump: US shouldn't block technology

Some governments have banned Huawei from supplying parts to their networks due to security fears


25 Indian tea workers killed by bootleg alcohol 25 die of alcohol poisoning in India’s Assam

All of the latest victims worked at the Salmora tea estate in Assam's Golaghat district, dozens were being treated in two local hospitals


India's PM Modi honoured with Seoul Peace Prize PM Modi honoured with Seoul Peace Prize

PM Modi says that India’s endeavours towards peaceful development had been derailed too often by cross-border terrorism


Saudi crown prince Salman meets Chinese official on Beijing visit Prince Salman meets Chinese official on Beijing visit

Saudi Arabia is one of China's top crude oil suppliers and an important market for its exports


India seeks to control rivers into Pakistan as punishment

India seeks to control rivers into Pakistan

Pakistan ears that India may tamper with the 1960 Indus Water Treaty


Japan's Akihito seen as devoted to duties, open to new ideas Japan's Akihito seen as devoted to duties, open to new ideas

Akihito's Heisei era will end when he abdicates on April 30 in favor of his elder son, 58-year-old Crown Prince Naruhito


White House says US will keep 200 troops in Syria US will keep 200 troops in Syria

Many believe the IS threat won't end with the pocket's recapture and an insurgency is underway


UN chief discusses Yemen, Venezuela with Pompeo UN chief discusses Yemen, Venezuela with Pompeo

The Trump administration has recognized Guaido as Venezuela's interim president


Venezuela crisis: Maduro to close border with Brazil Venezuela to close border with Brazil

The embattled leftist leader went on TV to say that he was also considering shutting the border with Colombia


Pakistani officials say flash floods, rains killed 12 people Pakistani officials say flash floods, rains killed 12 people

In central Pakistan, nine were killed in three incidents of roofs on houses collapsing amid the rains, four of them in the city of Multan


Climate threat doubter is leading effort to advise Trump Climate threat doubter is leading effort to advise Trump

The National Security Council advises the president on security and foreign policy issues


Kashmiri students flee Indian backlash Kashmiri students flee Indian backlash

Around 11,000 Kashmiri students enrol at Indian universities outside their home state each year


Indonesians clean up the beach one sandal at a time Indonesians clean up the beach one sandal at a time

The yearly campaign first kicked into action in 2010 after huge amounts of rubbish were getting trapped in the fishing nets of locals


Macron announces crackdown on anti-Semitism in France Macron announces anti-Semitism crackdown

He says Jewish leaders that France would recognise anti-Zionism - the denial of Israel's right to exist - as a form of anti-Semitism


Julie Bishop: Ex-contender for Australian PM to leave politics

Former contender for Australian PM retires

Ms Bishop had faced months of speculation about her future after losing an internal party ballot to become prime minister last August


Labour and Conservatives could see more MP exits More UK MPs could quit Labour and Tories

It comes as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said defecting MPs should "resign and put themselves up for election"


Avalanche in Indian Himalayas kills 1, leaves 5 missing Avalanche in Indian Himalayas kills 1

Avalanches and landslides are common in the region and have killed at least 21 people in the Indian portion of Kashmir in January and February


11 wounded in China knife attack blamed on mentally ill man 11 wounded in China knife attack

Firearms are tightly controlled in China, with private ownership illegal, while knives are mostly unregulated


US recognises International Mother Language Day US recognises International Mother Language Day

The Day was established by UNESCO on November 17, 1999 to promote linguistic diversity and multilingualism


16 killed in attack by suspected herdsmen in Nigeria 16 killed in Nigeria herdsmen attack

The latest attack occurred in the Ebete community of Agatu


Saudi crown prince Salman in China on latest stop of Asian tour Prince Salman visits China

Prince Mohammed's visit to Beijing follows one earlier this week by a high-powered delegation from Saudi Arabia's chief strategic rival Iran

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