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Attacker shoots at Saudi offices, 6 dead
RIYADH: An attacker opened fire at local education department offices in southern Saudi Arabia on Thursday, killing six employees in what authorities are treating as a criminal attack, a senior Saudi official said. The attacker has been arrested, Saudi Interior Ministry spokesman General Mansour Tu...
New Saudi-led coalition against ‘terrorism’ to meet in March  
New Saudi-led coalition against ‘terrorism’ to meet in March
RIYADH: A new Saudi-led coalition to fight “terrorism” in Islamic countries will gather in the kingdom next month for its first publicly announced meeting, a Saudi source said on Thursday. Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is also defence minister, announced the new coalition in De...
 
Suspected PKK militants attack Turkey pro-govt dailies  
Suspected PKK militants attack Turkey pro-govt dailies
ISTANBUL: Suspected militants from the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) attacked the offices of two strongly pro-government Turkish newspapers, throwing Molotov cocktails and opening fire on their editorial headquarters, reports said Thursday. A group of five masked assailants hurled Molotov cocktail...
 
Erdogan lambasts US over support for Syrian Kurds  
Erdogan lambasts US over support for Syrian Kurds
ANKARA: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday launched a bitter attack on NATO ally the United States over its support of Syrian Kurdish groups, saying it was creating a “pool of blood” in the region. In an impassioned and sometimes angry address, Erdogan asked whether the United Stat...
 
35 dead in NE Nigeria suicide attacks: state govt  
35 dead in NE Nigeria suicide attacks: state govt
MAIDUGURI: Two female suicide bombers killed at least 35 people at a camp for those made homeless by Boko Haram’s Islamist insurgency in northeast Nigeria, a state official said on Wednesday, in the latest violence to hit the region. The chairman of the Borno State Emergency Management Agency, Sato...
 
Turkish PM slams ‘hypocritical’ calls to open borders  
Turkish PM slams ‘hypocritical’ calls to open borders
ANKARA: Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Wednesday slammed as “hypocritical” calls by some countries urging Ankara to open its borders to Syrian refugees while failing to demand Russia halts punishing air strikes. Turkey is under mounting pressure to open its border to people fleeing a Rus...
 
Japan announces fresh North Korea sanctions after rocket launch  
Japan announces fresh North Korea sanctions after rocket launch
TOKYO: Japan announced fresh sanctions against North Korea on Wednesday for its latest rocket launch, including a total ban on shipping from the country and barring Pyongyang’s nationals from entering. Japan’s announcement comes after the UN Security Council strongly condemned Sunday’s rocket launc...
 
Two Pakistani-Americans running for US Congress  
Two Pakistani-Americans running for US Congress
WASHINGTON: Two Pakistani Americans are running for US Congress in 2016, as the country enters the crucial race to elect the next President of the United States. Dean H Malik, 44 is a Republican candidate for the 8th Congressional District of Pennsylvania while Ali Mirza, 54, is a Democratic candid...
 
Supreme Court deals blow to Obama climate plan  
Supreme Court deals blow to Obama climate plan
WASHINGTON: The US Supreme Court on Tuesday put on hold a sweeping plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fueled power plants, dealing a significant blow to President Barack Obama’s efforts to rein in climate change. A coalition of 27 US states — most of them run by Obama’s Republican ad...
 
Turkey summons US ambassador over State Dept comments on Syria Kurds: reports  
Turkey summons US ambassador over State Dept comments on Syria Kurds: reports
ANKARA: Turkey’s foreign ministry summoned the US ambassador on Tuesday, according to media reports, after a senior American official angered Ankara by saying that Washington did not consider the main Syrian Kurdish party to be a terrorist organisation. The Hurriyet newspaper reported that the Turk...
 
At least eight dead, 100 injured in German train crash: police  
At least eight dead, 100 injured in German train crash: police
BAD AIBLING: Two commuter trains collided head-on in southern Germany on Tuesday, killing at least eight people and injuring around 100, in one of the country’s deadliest rail accidents in years. Hundreds of rescuers were racing to pull passengers from the wreckage in a wooded area near Bad Aibling...
 
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