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Iran hits back after West chastises Tehran on rights
GENEVA: Iran defended its human rights record on Friday, striking back at the West for its criticism about a woman hanged for murder in an alleged rape case. Mohammad Javad Larijani, secretary general of Iran's High Council for Human Rights, was responding to calls from Western powers, including t...
Israel reopens Al-Aqsa mosque  
Israel reopens Al-Aqsa mosque
JERUSALEM: Israel reopened Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque Friday ahead of the weekly Muslim prayers, after a rare closure following clashes sparked by the killing of a Palestinian by police. The streets of east Jerusalem were calm ahead of the prayers at midday, following an Israeli clampdown on the sh...
 
Modi boots officials out of 1st class cabin  
Modi boots officials out of 1st class cabin
NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ordered bureaucrats to forgo the luxury of flying first class and start paying for their spouses' air tickets as he tries to deliver on a promise to cut the fiscal deficit to a seven-year low. The ban on first-class travel, which could save $3,000 ...
 
China concerned over Indian border posts  
China concerned over Indian border posts
NEW DELHI: China's defence ministry has expressed concern over reports that India plans to build 54 new border posts along their disputed border, long a source of tension between the two giant neighbours. China defeated India in a brief war in 1962 and the border has remained unresolved since, desp...
 
Afghanistan's Ghani drops Pashtun name from official documents  
Afghanistan's Ghani drops Pashtun name from official documents
KABUL: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has removed his tribal Pashtun surname "Ahmadzai" from all official documents, a spokesman told AFP on Thursday. "The chairman of the Office of Administrative Affairs Abdul Salam Rahimi has sent a formal letter to all the ministries and state institutions to cal...
 
Sweden recognises Palestinian state  
Sweden recognises Palestinian state
STOCKHOLM: Sweden on Thursday officially recognised the state of Palestine, Stockholm's foreign minister said, less than a month after the government announced its intention to make the controversial move. Sweden is the first EU member state in western Europe to recognise Palestine. "Today the go...
 
Over 100 believed killed in Sri Lanka landslide  
Over 100 believed killed in Sri Lanka landslide
COLOMBO: A landslide in hilly south-central Sri Lanka is believed to have killed more than 100 people on Wednesday as it buried scores of houses, a government minister said, and the toll is likely to rise. The landslide hit a village in the tea-growing area of Sri Lanka after days of heavy monsoon ...
 
IS attack on Syrian oil field kills 30  
IS attack on Syrian oil field kills 30
BEIRUT: Islamic State jihadists killed at least 30 pro-regime gunmen in an attack on an oil and gas field in Syria, a monitoring group said Wednesday. "IS managed to control parts of the field," the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which relies on a wide network of sources in the war-torn count...
 
Indian thieves dig 40-metre tunnel to rob bank  
Indian thieves dig 40-metre tunnel to rob bank
NEW DELHI: Indian police on Tuesday were hunting for thieves who tunnelled into a bank and fled with valuables worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. The robbers dug a 125-foot (40-metre) tunnel from a nearby house into the state-run Punjab National Bank in northern Haryana state and stole cash, j...
 
One month into HK protests, defiance on the streets  
One month into HK protests, defiance on the streets
HONG KONG, China: A month into the mass pro-democracy protests gripping Hong Kong, the movement is under pressure to keep up momentum -- but those on the streets say their vigil has already changed the city for good. On September 28, chaotic street battles in one of Asia's premier financial hubs sa...
 
Taliban storm Afghan court, kill seven: officials  
Taliban storm Afghan court, kill seven: officials
KUNDUZ: Taliban militants stormed a court in northern Afghanistan on Monday and killed at least seven people including prosecutors, shooting them in their offices at close range, officials said. The raid was mounted in Kunduz, a city which the insurgents have encircled in recent weeks and attempted...
 
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