International

  • In Saudi Arabia, Women Fitness Centre Shut Over
  • In Saudi Arabia, Women Fitness Centre Shut Over

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    Women are required to wear body-shrouding abaya robes and also cover their hair in public in parts of the ultra-conservative kingdom
    Saudi sports authorities shut down a female fitness centre in Riyadh Friday over a contentio

  • Southwest Sends $5,000 Cheques To Passengers On Accident Flight
  • Southwest Sends $5,000 Cheques To Passengers On

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    The airline confirmed news reports from passengers it had sent the cheques along with $1,000 travel vouchers.
    Southwest Airlines Co confirmed Friday it has sent $5,000 cheques to passengers aboard a flight that made an emerge

  • 8-Month-Old Girl Raped, Killed In Indore Basement. Suspect Seen On CCTV
  • 8-Month-Old Girl Raped, Killed In Indore

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    The accused, a 21-year-old man known to the family, was sleeping close to them, police said.
    An eight-month-old girl, fast asleep next to her parents in Indore, was taken away and raped in a vacant basement just 50 metres awa

  • North Korea's Kim promises no more nuclear or missile tests
  • North Korea's Kim promises no more nuclear or

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    North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un has announced Pyongyang will carry out no more nuclear or intercontinental ballistic missile tests and will shut down its atomic test site, the North’s state media reported on Saturday.

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'Drip' to save 700-year-old Banyan tree in India
  • 'Drip' to save 700-year-old Banyan tree in India

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    A 700-year-old banyan tree in the southern Indian state of Telengana has been put on special "drips" filled with diluted pesticides, to ward off insects.
    The tree is spread across three acres and is reportedly the s

  • Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry: 4 officers dead, 4 injured in shooting incident in Asir province
  • Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry: 4 officers

    • 19 hours   ago
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    Saudi Arabia’s Interior Ministry said that four police officers were martyred during an attack on a police check point in Asir province, in the southwest of the Kingdom. The police reported that four more officers were injured in the

  • Romania to move Israel embassy to Jerusalem report
  • Romania to move Israel embassy to Jerusalem

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    The Romanian government will follow the United States and transfer its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, the ruling Social Democrat Party (PSD) leader said Thursday.
    “The decision has been taken (…), the procedures

  • Kuwaiti husband in the dock for eavesdropping on his wife
  • Kuwaiti husband in the dock for eavesdropping on

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     A Kuwaiti national is facing a lawsuit on charges of eavesdropping his own wife, according to Al-rai newspaper. 
    He planted a spying device and a Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking device in his wife’s

  • War between North and South Korea may finally end after six decades
  • War between North and South Korea may finally end

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    North and South Korea may finally end the Korean War which started in 1950 A South Korean official on Wednesday said the country would consider negotiating a peace treaty with N

  • Saudi Arabia Launches First New Cinema, Public Showings Start Friday
  • Saudi Arabia Launches First New Cinema, Public

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    Saudi Arabia launched its first commercial movie theatre on Wednesday, ending a nearly 40-year ban on cinemas under a push by the crown prince to modernize the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom.
    A red carpet invitation-only

  • Iran Quake Felt In Kuwait - Tremor Near N-Plant
  • Iran Quake Felt In Kuwait - Tremor Near N-Plant

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    The Kuwait National Seismic Network said that the country was slightly affected by the M-5.9 tremor that hit southern Iran earlier Thursday.
    The aftershock of the quake was felt at 09:45 local time in Fintas, Manqaf and Mishr

  • Filipino Muslim activist barred from entering US
  • Filipino Muslim activist barred from entering US

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    The Philippines is not the only country deporting foreign activists. It seems that the United States is also not tolerating foreign activism.
    Bayan Muna Rep. Carlos Zarate reported yesterday the detention of Jerome Aladdin Su

  • US to impose restrictions on Pakistani diplomats
  • US to impose restrictions on Pakistani diplomats

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    The US will place "reciprocal restrictions" on the movement of Pakistani diplomats in the country from May 1, forcing them to stay within 40 kilometres of the city they are posted in, according to media reports.
    The