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Three Turkish soldiers killed in new suspected PKK attack
DIYARBAKIR: Three soldiers were killed and another wounded on Tuesday in southeast Turkey when a mine exploded in the latest attack on security forces blamed on militants from the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). Kurdish militants detonated a remote-controlled mine as a military convoy pass...
Head of Taliban's Qatar office quits as leadership rift deepens  
Head of Taliban's Qatar office quits as leadership rift deepens
KABUL: The head of the Taliban's Qatar-based political office has stepped down, a statement said, a high-profile resignation within leadership ranks highlighting growing discord over the movement's recent power transition. Mullah Akhtar Mansour was announced as the new Taliban chief on Friday after...
 
At least 180 dead, a million displaced in India floods  
At least 180 dead, a million displaced in India floods
CALCUTTA: Floods from days of torrential rain have now claimed at least 180 lives in India with one million people sheltering in relief camps after fleeing surging waters, officials said Tuesday. Rivers have burst their banks, hitting thousands of villages in parts of West Bengal as well as northea...
 
Loyalists retake Yemen's biggest airbase  
Loyalists retake Yemen's biggest airbase
ADEN: Advancing loyalist forces recaptured Yemen's biggest airbase from Huthi rebels on Tuesday after a 24-hour assault using heavy armour supplied by a Saudi-led coalition, the defence ministry said. A ministry statement hailed the victory and pledged that loyalist forces would press their fightba...
 
India building collapse kills 11 near Mumbai  
India building collapse kills 11 near Mumbai
MUMBAI: A dilapidated building collapsed outside Mumbai on Tuesday killing at least 11 people, the second such accident around the Indian financial capital in a week, a rescue official said. Rescuers were searching through the rubble for any survivors after the three-storey structure crumbled overn...
 
Kabul takes aims at Mullah Omar mourning gatherings  
Kabul takes aims at Mullah Omar mourning gatherings
KABUL: Afghanistan's spy agency on Monday banned all mourning ceremonies for deceased Taliban leader Mullah Omar, warning that any gatherings condoling his death would be a "legitimate target" for Afghan forces. The Taliban on Thursday confirmed the death of their supremo who led the movement for s...
 
India signs peace accord with militant Naga separatists  
India signs peace accord with militant Naga separatists
NEW DELHI: India signed a peace agreement on Monday with a leading tribal separatist group in the country's northeast that had waged guerrilla war for six decades against central rule from New Delhi. Officials from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government signed the accord with the National Social...
 
Mullah Omar's family refuses to back new Taliban leader  
Mullah Omar's family refuses to back new Taliban leader
KABUL: The family of deceased Taliban leader Mullah Omar has refused to pledge allegiance to his successor, calling on religious scholars to settle a deepening rift within insurgent ranks over the power transition. Mullah Akhtar Mansour was announced as the new Taliban chief on Friday after the ins...
 
India's parliament suspends 25 lawmakers in uproar  
India's parliament suspends 25 lawmakers in uproar
NEW DELHI: India's parliament Monday suspended 25 opposition lawmakers following days of uproar and disruptions that have so far thwarted the government's hopes of passing major economic reforms in the current session. The lawmakers, from the main opposition Congress party, have been banned from th...
 
Hundreds dead, millions displaced as monsoon rains heap misery on Asia  
Hundreds dead, millions displaced as monsoon rains heap misery on Asia
YANGON: Monsoon rains have claimed hundreds of lives across Asia, authorities reported Monday, as rescuers scrambled to reach remote areas of India, Pakistan and Myanmar after flash floods and landslides. Authorities in India say more than 120 people have died across the country in recent days, whi...
 
Yemen rebel chief says ready for political settlement  
Yemen rebel chief says ready for political settlement
SANAA: The leader of Yemen's Iran-backed rebels said a political settlement with the exiled government was still possible after what he called the "short-term" setback of their ouster from second city Aden. Abdulmalik al-Huthi said the rebels would welcome a new attempt by a third party to broker a...
 
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