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Large blast, gunfire heard in central Kabul
KABUL: A large blast rocked Kabul on Thursday evening, followed by gunfire in the Afghan capital's central district of Wazir Akbar Khan that houses many embassies and foreign compounds, AFP journalists reported. Earlier in the day, a suicide bomber rammed his explosives-packed car into a British em...
One Briton among 6 dead in Kabul blast  
One Briton among 6 dead in Kabul blast
KABUL: A suicide bomber rammed his explosives-packed car into a British embassy vehicle in Kabul on Thursday, killing one British citizen and at least five Afghans in the latest attack to highlight fragile security as NATO troops withdraw. Five children were among more than 30 bystanders injured in...
 
Ferguson crisis troubles Obama?  
Ferguson crisis troubles Obama?
WASHINGTON: Barack Obama's election as the United States' first black leader raised hopes that his presidency would serve as a platform for work to bridge the country's still dangerous racial divides. But, as his cautious response to clashes between protesters and police in the St Louis suburb of F...
 
Angry outbursts in Ferguson overwhelm organized protests  
Angry outbursts in Ferguson overwhelm organized protests
FERGUSON/KANSAS CITY, MO: Angry over the shooting of Michael Brown, thousands of people in August took to the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, with the hope the policeman who shot the unarmed black teenager would be charged. This week, the protests have become more violent and less organized as that ...
 
Egypt jails 78 boys for pro-Morsi protests  
Egypt jails 78 boys for pro-Morsi protests
CAIRO: An Egyptian court sentenced 78 teenage boys to between two and five years in prison Wednesday for joining protests demanding the return of the ousted Islamist president, judicial sources said. The authorities have engaged in a crackdown on Mohamed Morsi's supporters since the army deposed hi...
 
Syria regime raids on Islamic State 'capital' kill 95  
Syria regime raids on Islamic State 'capital' kill 95
DAMASCUS: Syrian regime air strikes on the Islamic State group stronghold Raqa have killed at least 95 people, while a delegation from President Bashar al-Assad's government held talks Wednesday with key ally Russia. The bombing Tuesday was the deadliest by Assad's air force in Raqa since fighters ...
 
British Muslims concerned over new anti-terror law  
British Muslims concerned over new anti-terror law
LONDON: British Muslim rights groups and ordinary faithful said they felt singled out by a tough new anti-terror law unveiled on Wednesday, labelling the planned legislation divisive and rushed. While there is agreement on the need to prevent would-be British militants from joining the ranks of the...
 
Egypt reopens Gaza crossing for first time in month  
Egypt reopens Gaza crossing for first time in month
CAIRO: Egypt reopened the Rafah border crossing with Gaza on Wednesday for the first time since its closure in late October after a bombing in the Sinai Peninsula, officials said. The crossing, which is the only access point to the Palestinian territory not controlled by Israel, will open for four ...
 
Girl dies after being burned for resisting molestation  
Girl dies after being burned for resisting molestation
LUCKNOW: A teenage girl died one week after a gang of men set her on fire as punishment for resisting their attempts to molest her, police said Wednesday. The horrific incident took place in Shahjahanpur village that is located in Uttar Pradesh state and is 277 kilometers southeast of New Delhi. ...
 
Ghani says won’t allow proxy wars in Afghanistan  
Ghani says won’t allow proxy wars in Afghanistan
KATHMANDU: Afghanistan's new President Ashraf Ghani said Wednesday he would not allow anyone to conduct a proxy war in his country after warnings that the rivalry between India and Pakistan could spill across their borders. Nuclear-armed neighbours India and Pakistan -- bitter and sometimes bloody ...
 
Hong Kong police clear protest camp after clashes  
Hong Kong police clear protest camp after clashes
HONG KONG: Fresh scuffles broke out Wednesday as Hong Kong authorities moved in to clear the main body of a major pro-democracy protest site, a day after more than 100 demonstrators were arrested. Police wearing helmets and brandishing batons moved in to protect city workers as crowds surged forwar...
 
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