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Kashmiris observe shutdown of occupied valley against mob attacks

SRINAGAR: A complete shutdown is being observed in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) today to mark protests against attacks by Hindu mobs on Kashmiris in the valley. According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), the call for strike was given by trade bodies such as the Kashmir Traders and Manufacturers Forum and Kashmir Economic Alliance in the occupied valley. All shops and...

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Al Qaeda warns Saudi Arabia it will pay for executing militants

DUBAI: Al Qaeda has warned Saudi Arabia it will pay for the executions of dozens of its members, saying they were intended to be a new year's gift to Riyadh's Western allies aimed at consolidating the rule of the Saud dynasty. Though it was the killing of a Shi-ite cleric in the Jan. 2 mass execution which sparked a crisis...

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India denies reports of cancellation of Pak-India talks

NEW DELHI: Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval on Monday denied reports that the upcoming Foreign Secretary level talks talks between India and Pakistan have been called off. A report in Hindi daily on Monday quoted Ajit Doval as saying in an exclusive interview, "As long as Pakistan doesn‘t take action against those guilty of Pathankot attack and India is...

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Two suspected of raping woman in NY playground give themselves up

NEW YORK: Two of five men suspected of raping a woman at a Brooklyn playground turned themselves in on Sunday evening, police said. Police said on Saturday that the five men took turns raping the 18-year-old woman at the playground operated by the New York City Parks Department in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn just after 9pm on Thursday. One...

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India teen gang-raped, shot, dumped in well

NEW DELHI: An Indian teenager held captive for two weeks by a gang of men said in an interview broadcast Sunday that she was repeatedly raped before being shot twice and dumped in a well on the outskirts of New Delhi. The victim, reportedly aged 14, was allegedly abducted on November 22 while walking to a market in western Delhi,...

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Shiv Sena activists ransack Indo-Pak exhibition in Dehradun

ISLAMABAD: Indian extremist party Shiv Sena on Saturday attacked an on going Pakistan-India exhibition in Dehradun city of the Indian state Jharkhand. Shiv Sena activists stormed the exhibition, shut the doors and chanted anti-Pakistan slogans, a TV channel reported. According to reports the Shiv Sena activists also forced to shut Pakistani stalls and changed the name of exhibition to Indo-Asia...

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Aid to be sent to besieged Syrian areas on Monday: sources

BEIRUT: Humanitarian aid will be delivered to the besieged Syrian town of Madaya and two blockaded villages in the northwest on Monday according to an agreement finalised on Saturday, two sources familiar with the details said. The United Nations said on Thursday the Syrian government had agree to allow access to the opposition-held town near the border with Lebanon, where...

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14 dead in two deadly migrant bus crashes in Turkey: report

Istanbul: Fourteen people, most of them Syrian refugees, were killed and dozens more injured in two deadly bus accidents in Turkey in the past 24 hours, reports said Saturday. Early on Saturday, a bus carrying migrants hoping to catch a boat to the Greek island of Lesbos overturned and rolled into a gorge in the western Balikesir province, killing seven...

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Cairo suburb gun attack kills officer and soldier

Cairo: Armed men shot dead a police officer and a soldier on Saturday while they were in their car in the Giza area, on the outskirts of Cairo, the state news agency said. "Immediately after the incident several moving and fixed checkpoints were deployed in the Muneeb area in order to crack down on the attackers and catch them," a...

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Philadelphia police officer wounded In attack

PHILADELPHIA: A Philadelphia police officer was shot and seriously wounded in an ambush-style attack while sitting in his patrol car and the shooter admitted to committing the assault “in the name of Islam,” the city’s police commissioner said on Friday. The 30-year-old shooter, who has been arrested, fired about 13 shots into the window of the officer’s car, Philadelphia Police...

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23 die of starvation in beseiged Syrian town: MSF

GENEVA: Twenty-three people have died of starvation in the besieged Syrian town of Madaya since December 1, Doctors Without Borders said Friday, as the United Nations prepared an aid delivery to the area. The UN said there were 40,000 people half of them children who needed immediate lifesaving assistance in Madaya, where access has been restricted by pro-regime forces. Damascus...

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Saudi-led coalition used US-made cluster bombs in Yemen: HRW

WASHINGTON: The Saudi-led coalition fighting in the conflict in Yemen dropped decades-old US-made cluster bombs in a civilian area, independent monitor Human Rights Watch said Thursday, branding it a war crime. The group's report included a photograph of a section of casing from a CBU-58 cluster bomb, which it said showed it was manufactured in 1978 at a US ammunition...

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American who ‘trained with al Qaeda in Pakistan’ pleads not guilty as US mulls new charges

NEW YORK: An American citizen who authorities say supported al Qaeda and assisted in preparing a 2009 car bomb attack on a US military base in Afghanistan could face new charges that carry the death penalty, a US prosecutor said Thursday. The announcement came as Muhanad Mahmoud Al Farekh, 30, pleaded not guilty in federal court in Brooklyn to charges...

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Saudi FM meets Army Chief, discusses regional security

ISLAMABAD: Saudi Arabia Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir on Thursday arrived in Islamabad and met Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif. According to details, the Saudi minister met the Army Chief at the General Headquarters (GHQ). According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), key issues including regional security was discussed. The Saudi minister also praised Pakistan’s sacrifices in war against...

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Paris police shoot dead knife-wielding man: Police sources

PARIS: Paris police shot dead a knife-wielding man who tried to enter a police station shouting "Allahu Akbar" (God is Great) and who may have been wearing a suicide belt, official and union sources said. The incident took place just minutes after President Francois Hollande had given a speech to security forces in an another part of Paris to mark...

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Islamic State produces driverless car bombs to attacks in West

LONDON: Islamic State (IS) terror group has produced fully working remote controlled cars to act as mobile bombs, British news channel has revealed. A footage obtained by channel takes us inside a “Jihadi university” in Syria where scientists and weapons experts train militants to carry out sophisticated attacks in Europe, while also modifying weapons systems capable of targeting passenger jets...

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Islamic State threatens to destroy Saudi prisons after executions

RIYADH: Islamic State threatened to destroy Saudi Arabian prisons holding jihadists after Riyadh's execution of 47 people including 43 convicted al Qaeda militants. The militant group, which has claimed responsibility for attacks in the kingdom and stepped up operations in neighbouring Yemen, singled out the al-Ha'ir and Tarfiya prisons where many al Qaeda and Islamic State supporters have been detained....

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