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Encounter between security forces and terrorists underway in J-K’s Shopian Encounter underway in J-K

Based on specific information about the presence of terrorists in Gahand area of Shopian in south Kashmir, security forces launched search operation


Taliban ambush Afghan police convoy, killing 7 Taliban kills 7 security forces in Afghanistan

The Taliban, who effectively control nearly half the country, have continued to carry out daily attacks on Afghan security forces


Indonesia 2019 elections: How many Chinese workers are there? How many Chinese workers are in Indonesia ?

Indonesia is going to the polls on 17 April for presidential and nationwide elections


Quake-hit Indonesians refuse to leave high ground

Quake-hit Indonesians refuse to leave high ground

Aftershocks rippled across the east coast of Sulawesi — an island where thousands were killed in a quake-tsunami last year


Maneka Gandhi gets notice after her vote call to Muslims sparks row Maneka gets notice after her vote call to Muslims

At an election rally in Muslim-dominated Turab Khani village, Gandhi said Muslims would not get jobs if they didn’t vote for her


Venezuela's ex-spy chief arrested in Madrid on US warrant Venezuela's ex-spy chief arrested in Madrid

Some analysts says his surprise detention might have a chilling effect on Venezuela's opposition


Kim open to another summit with Trump, with conditions Kim open to another summit with Trump

The United States has said the summit in Vietnam broke down because of the North's excessive demands for sanctions relief


Sudan coup leader Awad Ibn Auf steps down Sudan coup leader steps down after a day

It comes after protesters refused to leave the streets, saying the coup leaders were too close to Mr Bashir


ICC rejects request to investigate war crimes in Afghanistan ICC rejects request to investigate war crimes in Afghanistan

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has rejected its prosecutor's request to investigate alleged war crimes in Afghanistan


Pope Francis kisses feet of rival South Sudan leaders for peace Pope Francis kisses feet of rival South Sudan leaders for peace

Pope appeal is made as anxiety grew in South Sudan that Thursday's coup in neighbouring Sudan might put at risk the fragile peace deal


Algeria protests: Police arrest 108 in Friday clashes Algeria protests: Police arrest 108 in Friday clashes

Police and protesters have clashed in Algeria as marches against the ruling elite show no sign of ending


Meghan may avoid the spotlight and give birth to her royal baby at home Meghan may avoid the spotlight and give birth to her royal baby at home

The duchess is expected to follow in the footsteps of Queen Elizabeth II herself, by giving birth to her baby at home


Trump considering releasing migrant detainees in sanctuary cities Trump considering releasing migrant detainees in sanctuary cities

President Donald Trump has acknowledged planning to free immigration detainees in Democratic urban strongholds as a political retaliation ploy


Sudan coup leader Awad Ibn Auf steps down Sudan coup leader Awad Ibn Auf steps down

The head of Sudan's military council has stood down a day after leading a coup that toppled long-time leader Omar al-Bashir amid a wave of protests


Kim says US must stop 'current way of calculation' to continue nuke talks Kim says US must stop 'current way of calculation' to continue nuke talks

Kim said, "US is talking a lot about holding third US-NK summit meeting, but we are not pleased or willing to see summit like Hanoi summit


Gaza amputees tackle trauma with football Gaza amputees tackle trauma with football

Gaza's first football team for amputees pre-dates the protests, with most players either born disabled or losing limbs in the wars


Indian minister Smriti Irani finally admits she is not a graduate Smriti Irani finally admits she is not a graduate

Smriti Irani also says that she has a degree from the prestigious Yale University where she attended the college for 6 days


Indian election parties hit by TV and funding clampdown Indian election parties hit by TV and funding clampdown

The bonds — bought for between $15 and $140,000 and then given to a designated party — are controversial because they are anonymous


Why Ecuador ended Assange's stay in London embassy Why Ecuador ended Assange's stay in London embassy

For seven years, Julian Assange took refuge in a small office that was converted into a bedroom in Ecuador's embassy


Sweden considers reopening Assange Rape case  Sweden considers reopening Assange Rape case

Assange, 47, who had been granted asylum in Ecuador's London embassy for seven years, was arrested on Thursday


Maneka Gandhi's speech referring to Muslim voters goes viral Maneka Gandhi's speech referring to Muslim voters goes viral

In a video clip that is being shared widely on social media, Indian Union Minister Maneka Gandhi is seen telling Muslim voters in Sultanpur


'I know nothing' - Trump changes his tune on WikiLeaks 'I know nothing' - Trump changes his tune on WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks was Trump's deal in 2016 as he welcomed the political boost his campaign got and cheered on the release of Clinton campaign emails


Six killed as train derails, hits house in China Six killed as train derails, hits house in China

Rescuers have recovered the bodies of six people in central China after a cargo train carrying aluminium ore hurtled off the tracks and crushed house


European elections: Nigel Farage launches Brexit Party Nigel Farage launches Brexit Party

The Brexit Party is being officially launched in Coventry


Suicide bombing at open-air market in Pakistan kills 20

20 killed in Pakistan market blast

Shortly after the bombing, struck near a Shiite residential area, dozens of angry Shiite youths rallied in Quetta


Russia honours PM Narendra Modi with its highest award for cementing ties Russia honours Modi with its highest award

This is the seventh international award that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been honoured with


South Korean babies born December 31 become 2-year-olds next day S Korean babies born Dec 31 become 2-year-olds next day

According to one of the world's most unusual age-calculating systems, South Korean babies become 1 on the day of their birth


Malaysia revives China-backed rail link, cost cut by a third Malaysia revives China-backed rail link

The deal follows months of vacillating over the East Coast Rail Link, which connects Malaysia's west coast to eastern rural states


Brunei says controversial Sharia law aimed at 'prevention' Brunei defends controversial Sharia laws

Brunei's foreign ministry has said implementing Sharia law is about prevention rather than punishment


Islamic extremists abduct 2 Cuban doctors in Kenya 2 Cuban doctors abducted in Kenya

More than 100 Cuban doctors were brought to Kenya in an exchange program that saw around 50 travel to Cuba for specialized training


Lok Sabha polls 2019: How to vote in an the election LS polls 2019: How do you vote in the election?

At least three people died on Thursday, as tens of millions of Indians flocked to the polls to vote in the first phase of the general election


Julian Assange: Man 'close' to Wikileaks co-founder arrested in Ecuador Ecuador arrest man 'close' to Assange

The man has lived in Ecuador for several years and has frequently travelled to the country's London embassy


Ex-Obama aide Greg Craig charged in Mueller-related investigation Ex-Obama aide charged in Russia-linked case

The case against Gregory Craig, 74, arose from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's inquiry into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election


Hillary Clinton: Assange must ‘answer for what he has done’ Hillary Clinton: Assange must ‘answer for what he has done’

Assange was arrested earlier Thursday at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London


Bombing at open-air market in southwest Pakistan kills 16 16 killed in Pakistan market blast

The bombing took place near a residential area where minority Shiite Muslims live


Dalai Lama says he feels almost normal as he leaves hospital Dalai Lama leaves hospital

He is likely to return this week to the north Indian hill town of Dharmsala that has been his headquarters since he fled Tibet in 1959


Israel's Beresheet spacecraft crashes on Moon Israeli spacecraft crashes on Moon

The Israeli spacecraft - called Beresheet - attempted a soft landing, but suffered technical problems on its descent to the Moon's surface


Sudan coup: Protesters defy curfew after military ousts Bashir Sudan protesters defy military curfew

Long-time President Omar al-Bashir was overthrown and arrested on Thursday after months of street protests


WikiLeaks set 21st century model for cyber-leak journalism WikiLeaks set 21st century model for cyber-leak journalism

Australia-born Assange has taken cypherpunk's libertarian streak to the challenge of government secrecy

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