London teen missing in Malaysia isn't independent: parents London teen missing in Malaysia isn't independent: parents

A massive search operation has been underway for Nora Anne Quoirin, who was discovered missing by her family last Sunday morning


At least 13 dead in typhoon, 16 missing in China 13 dead in typhoon, 16 missing in China

More than one million people have been evacuated before the storm struck


Heavy rains in Kerala claim 42 lives, over one lakh in relief camps Heavy rains in Kerala: Death toll climbs to 42

Twenty people have been killed in Kozhikode and Malappuram districts, and nine have died in Wayanad in rain related incidents since August 8


Landslide in southeast Myanmar kills at least 10 people 10 killed in Myanmar landslide

Nearly 12,000 people have been displaced in Myanmar this week alone, bringing the total number of those in evacuation centers to more than 38,000


Pakistan PM Imran Khan discusses Kashmir issue with Bahrain King Pakistan PM Imran Khan discusses Kashmir issue with Bahrain King

The Prime Minister received a call from Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan to congratulate him on his new role. The leaders discussed the serious situation in Kashmir and agreed on the importance of maintaining dialogue, Downing Street said in a statement


Myanmar grants 568 foreigners permanent residency status in 4 years Myanmar grants 568 foreigners permanent residency status in 4 years

Myanmar has also relaxed some rules and regulations for the permanent residency in accordance with the international standards


Strict curfew eased in Kashmir, tensions high Strict curfew eased in Kashmir, tensions high

Pakistan says it is considering a proposal to approach the International Court of Justice over India's action


Congress likely to pick Rahul Gandhi’s successor today Congress likely to pick Rahul Gandhi’s successor today

Rahul had announced his decision to step down as Congress president on May 25


Russia explosion: Five confirmed dead in rocket blast Five confirmed dead in Russia rocket explosion

The three injured staff members suffered serious burns in the accident


4 dead as building collapses in Gujarat following incessant rain 4 dead as three-storey building collapses in India

The state has received heavy to very heavy rainfall over the last 36 hours, causing swelling of rivers and increase in water levels at various reservoirs


Mount Arafat beckons pilgrims as Haj journey peaks today Mount Arafat beckons pilgrims as Haj journey peaks today

The Haj is meant to be a great equaliser and unifier among Muslims, with pilgrims shedding overt displays of wealth and materialism


Brazil top court prevents investigation into US journalist Brazil top court prevents investigation into US journalist

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has sharply criticized Greenwald for the articles and suggested he should be jailed


North Korea tests 'short-range ballistic missiles' North Korea tests 'short-range ballistic missiles'

What appear to be two short-range ballistic missiles were fired early on Saturday, says South Korea


Indian troops enforce Kashmir lockdown during Friday prayers Indian troops enforce Kashmir lockdown during Friday prayers

The giant Jama Masjid mosque in Srinagar -- a longtime focus for separatist protests -- remained closed as the government sought to keep a lid on unrest


Texas shooter said he was targeting 'Mexicans': police "Hispanic invasion" fear behind Texas massacre

Prior to carrying out the attack, Crusius published a white supremacist manifesto online which expressed fears of a "Hispanic invasion" of Texas


Major power failure affects UK homes and transport Major power failure in England disrupts life

Passengers at Newcastle Airport say the power cut out for about 15 minutes, but Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton airports say they have not been affected


Section-144 removed, Jammu schools, colleges to reopen on Saturday Section-144 removed, Jammu schools, colleges to reopen

Prohibitory orders banning congregation of more than 4 people under Section-144 has been removed from Jammu paving the way for reopening schools and colleges


UN to support all initiatives for indigenous peoples: Guterres UN to support all initiatives for indigenous peoples: Guterres

This year marks the International Year of Indigenous Languages, declared by the United Nations General Assembly to draw attention to the urgent need to preserve, revitalise and promote indigenous languages


India responds to Pakistan halting Thar Express after Samjhauta India responds to Pakistan halting Thar Express after Samjhauta

Pakistan continued its unilateral actions on Friday to protest Indian Parliament’s removal of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status by announcing to halt the last train service to India


200 hit by NZ mosque shootings take part in hajj pilgrimage 200 hit by NZ mosque shootings take part in hajj pilgrimage

Two hundred survivors and relatives of victims of March's massacres at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, are undertaking the hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia to pray for the martyrs


Thai prime minister not quitting for botching oath Thai prime minister not quitting for botching oath

Prayuth led members of his Cabinet to be inaugurated in a ceremony presided over by the Thai king on July 16


Malaysia charges 17 Goldman Sachs figures over 1MDB scandal Malaysia charges 17 over 1MDB scandal

The 17 are directors of the three Goldman Sachs subsidiaries between May 2012 and March 2013


Thailand mum on Serbia granting ex-PM Yingluck Shinawatra a citizen Thailand mum on Serbia granting Yingluck a citizen

Yingluck fled Thailand in 2017 just days before she was convicted of negligence for implementing a revenue-draining rice subsidy scheme


Thousands flee Kashmir border after Indian fire Thousands flee Kashmir border after Indian fire

Authorities say an estimated 20,000 people left their homes in the past week when Indian artillery spread panic in the Neelum Valley


US sanctions may worsen Venezuela suffering, says UN rights chief US sanctions may worsen Venezuela suffering - UN

The unilateral measures freeze all Venezuelan government assets in the US and ban commercial transactions



Australia weather: Fierce winds batter southern states and snap pier Destructive winds batter Australia and snap pier

The storm also affects parts of South Australia and New South Wales, bringing down power lines and trees


Indonesia capital to move from Jakarta to Borneo: Joko Widodo Indonesia capital to move from Jakarta to Borneo

The current capital, Jakarta, is home to more than 10 million people, but about three times that many people live in the surrounding towns adding to the area’s severe congestion


Three killed in US as small plane crashes into backyard 3 killed in US as small plane crashes into backyard

The single-engine propeller plane came down shortly after  in Upper Moreland, Pennsylvania from Philadelphia


Hong Kong protests: Demonstrators gather at the airport Protesters rally at Hong Kong airport

Protests have gripped Hong Kong for weeks, beginning with anger at an extradition bill and morphing into demands for greater freedoms


Curfew to be eased for prayers in Kashmir

Curfew to be eased for prayers in Kashmir

India-controlled Kashmir has been under an unprecedented security lockdown since Sunday to prevent unrest


30 killed, Kochi airport closed as heavy rains lash Kerala Heavy rains in Kerala: Death toll climbs to 30

Heavy rains continue to pound Kerala and the death toll has gone up to 30 with many reported missing…


Pakistani foreign minister visiting China to discuss Kashmir

Pakistani foreign minister visiting China to discuss Kashmir

India-controlled Kashmir has been under an unprecedented security lockdown to prevent unrest as the decisions were announced


US immigration: ICE releases 300 people after Mississippi raids Hundreds released after US immigration raids

Nearly 700 workers from seven agricultural processing plants were arrested for allegedly not having proper documentation to be in the US


Four dead and two injured in California stabbing rampage Four dead in California stabbing rampage

The attacks come just days after the country was shaken by a pair of mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, that left 31 people dead


Kashmir dispute: India PM Modi defends lifting special status Modi defends lifting Kashmir's special status

Mr Modi says a "new era" was beginning for the Indian-administered part of the region, where "hindrances" to its development had been lifted


China on red alert as Typhoon Lekima bears down on east coast China issues red alert as typhoon nears

Typhoon Lekima is currently battering Taiwan with winds of more than 190km/h (120mph) and is due to make landfall in China's Zhejiang province on Saturday


Ivanka Trump to promote women's initiative in South America

Ivanka Trump to promote women's initiative in South America

Ivanka Trump will travel to South America in September to focus on issues that make it difficult for women in developing countries to prosper financially


Egypt says security forces killed 17 Islamic militants

Egypt says security forces killed 17 Islamic militants

The statement said the militants are members of Hasm, which has links to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood


More than two million Muslims begin hajj pilgrimage More than two million Muslims begin hajj pilgrimage

The hajj, one of the world's largest religious gatherings, is one of Islam's five pillars and must be undertaken by all Muslims with the means at least once in their lives

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