Suspect in Norway mosque attack bruised but smiling in court Suspect in Norway mosque attack bruised but smiling in court

A suspected gunman accused of an attempted terrorist attack on an Oslo mosque and separately killing his teenage stepsister appeared in court 


China slams Hong Kong protest violence as 'terrorism' China slams Hong Kong protest violence as 'terrorism'

A video shows roughly two dozen armoured carriers apparently driving through the southern city of Guangzhou and other troop carriers leaving eastern Fujian province


Delhi-Lahore bus service cancelled Delhi-Lahore bus service cancelled

The last bus for Lahore left Delhi on Saturday morning carrying two passengers while the return bus from the other side reached the Indian capital carrying 19 passengers in the evening


Myanmar landslide: Tens of thousands flee homes, death toll hits 59 Myanmar landslide: Tens of thousands flee homes, death toll hits 59

Seasonal monsoon rains batter the country every year, but the recent deluge has submerged entire communities


Argentina's Macri bashed as voters back predecessor's ticket Argentina's Macri bashed as voters back predecessor's ticket

Facing widespread discontent over austerity measures and low growth, Argentine President Mauricio Macri was snubbed by voters 


Malaysian Police set up new hotline to locate Nora Malaysian Police set up new hotline to locate Nora

Malaysian police have set up a hotline dedicated to receiving information about teenager Nora Quoirin who has been missing for a week


Eid al-Azha prayers in Kashmir concluded without any violence Eid al-Azha prayers in Kashmir concluded without any violence

The government's top priority is to maintain peace and prevent any casualty and mischief in Jammu and Kashmir


5 children killed in fire at Pennsylvania daycare facility 5 children killed in fire at Pennsylvania daycare facility

The children who died were between 8 months to roughly 8 years old, the fire chief says


Eid-ul-Azha celebrated in China with religious fervour Eid-ul-Azha celebrated in China with religious fervour

Amid much festivity and enthusiasm, thousands of Chinese and foreign Muslims thronged different mosques to offer special Eid prayers on the occasion


People celebrate Eid al-Azha amid heightened security People celebrate Eid al-Azha amid heightened security

The state administration had eased the prohibitory orders in Kashmir Valley for the past few days for the people to make purchases for Eid


Typhoon Lekima death toll reaches 33 in China Typhoon Lekima death toll reaches 33 in China

Typhoon Lekima triggered landslides and floods after making landfall in Zhejiang early Saturday, about 300 kilometers (190 miles) south of Shanghai


India floods: Death toll rises to 147 India floods: Death toll rises to 147

The death toll from floods in the Indian states of Karnataka, Kerala and Maharashtra rose to 147, state authorities said on Sunday, as rescue teams raced to evacuate people and waters submerged parts of a world heritage site


Monsoon rains inundate Pakistan, cause 17 deaths Monsoon rains inundate Pakistan, cause 17 deaths

Police officer Idrees Khosa said five people died in a flash flood and another two were electrocuted in Punjab province, which also saw heavy rains


Tanzania mourns 69 killed in fuel tanker blast Tanzania mourns 69 killed in fuel tanker blast

The deadly blast, which took place on Saturday near the town of Morogoro, west of the economic capital Dar es Salaam, is the latest in a series of similar disasters in Africa


Israel police, Palestinians clash at flashpoint Jerusalem holy site Israel police, Palestinians clash at flashpoint Jerusalem holy site

The Red Crescent reported 61 Palestinians injured, 15 of whom were taken to hospitals


Muslim hajj pilgrims perform Satan stoning ritual Hajj pilgrims perform Satan stoning ritual

Carrying pebbles in the scorching heat, worshippers make their way across Mina Valley near Mecca in western Saudi Arabia to symbolically "humiliate" the devil


India flood kills 144 as roads, highways cut off India flood toll jumps to 144

Local emergency personnel and troops from the army, navy and air force have been roped in for ongoing search, rescue and relief operations across the affected regions


Imran Khan says world inaction on Kashmir like appeasing Hitler Imran says world inaction on Kashmir like appeasing Hitler

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's outrage on Twitter comes as tensions simmered between Pakistan and India over the divided Himalayan region


Norway mosque shooting 'attempted act of terror' Norway mosque shooting 'attempted act of terror'

Chief of the police operation Rune Skjold says the investigation had shown that the man appeared to hold "far-right" and "anti-immigrant" views


Monsoon rains inundate Pakistan, cause 17 deaths

Pakistan floods: Death toll rises to 17

Pakistan struggles to cope with the yearly monsoon, which runs from July to September and causes flooding across South Asia


Muslims clash with Israeli police at Jerusalem holy site Muslims clash with Israeli police at Jerusalem holy site

At least 14 people were wounded, one seriously, in the skirmishes with police at the site, which Muslims refer to as the Al-Aqsa mosque compound and Jews refer to as the Temple Mount


Kashmir curfew eased for Eid al-Azha, queues at stores, ATMs Kashmir curfew eased for Eid, queues at stores, ATMs

The indefinite 24-hour curfew - imposed as part of an unprecedented lockdown following the revocation of the special status of the disputed Himalayan region - was relaxed on Saturday


113 die of dengue in Malaysia 113 die of dengue in Malaysia

The last highest number of cases recorded was in 2015 which recorded 120, 836 cases with 336 deaths


India's main opposition Congress party in throes of crisis Congress party in throes of crisis

Rahul Gandhi quit last month after the party's crushing defeat in recent national elections, and his mother will be interim president until the party elects a new leader


68 dead in Kerala floods, Rahul Gandhi heads for Wayanad today Kerala floods: Death toll climbs to 68

The army, air force and the NDRF had launched massive relief and rescue operation in Kerala after incessant heavy rain had deluged the state


Prince Andrew 'groped' woman in Epstein's house, court files allege Prince Andrew 'groped' woman, court files allege

The accusation is contained in documents from a 2015 defamation case


Yemen conflict: Southern separatists seize control of Aden Yemen separatists seize military camps and palace

Forces aligned with the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) - which wants an independent south


UN: Car bomb kills 3 UN staff outside mall in Libya Car bomb kills 3 UN staff outside mall in Libya

The site of the attack is close to offices of the mission in Libya


Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s rise to power turns him into a billionaire boss Saudi Prince’s rise to power turns him into a billionaire boss

The Al Sauds number some 15,000, according to estimates by political analysts and academics, from infants to the elderly


Jeffrey Epstein: Questions raised over disgraced financier's death Questions raised over Jeffrey Epstein death

His body was discovered early on Saturday at a facility in New York


Manohar condemned over brides-from-Kashmir remark Manohar condemned over brides-from-Kashmir remark

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi claimed that Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar's comments reflect what RSS training does to the mind of a "weak, insecure and pathetic man"


Syria's Assad attends Eid prayers in Damascus mosque Assad attends Eid prayers in Damascus mosque

Assad attending the Muslim prayers early Sunday at Afram Mosque along with top officials, including the prime minister and the country's grand mufti


Muslims mark Eid and final days of hajj in Saudi Arabia Muslims mark Eid in Saudi Arabia

Muslims around the world are commemorating the end of hajj with Eid celebrations, including distributing meat to the poor


19 killed as rain batters india’s Gujarat 19 killed as rain batters india’s Gujarat

Eight persons -- construction labourers from Madhya Pradesh and their family members -- were killed and four were injured when a wall collapsed on their shanties 


Relative of Norway mosque shooter found dead after attack Relative of Norway mosque shooter found dead after attack

Three people were present in the mosque at the time of the attack, preparing for the Eid Al Adha festival


India promises easing of restrictions, food for Kashmir India promises easing of restrictions for Kashmir

The indefinite 24-hour curfew was briefly eased on Friday for weekly Muslim prayers in some parts of Srinagar


UK power cut: National Grid promises to learn lessons from blackout 'Lessons to learn' from UK blackout

The government has announced an investigation into what happened


Typhoon Lekima: 28 dead and a million evacuated in China Typhoon Lekima in China: Death toll climbs to 28

Emergency crews have battled to save stranded motorists from floods and searched for survivors in the rubble of damaged buildings


Death toll rises to 114 in Karela floods Death toll rises to 114 in Karela floods

Fifty-seven people died in rain-related incidents with 80 landslides in eight districts of Kerala since August 8, CM Pinarayi Vijayan said

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