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Barack Obama offers condolences over 'ragic incident' in Kunduz

Barack Obama promised a thorough probe of the incident (Photo courtesy: AP)

Barack Obama promised a thorough probe of the incident

Iran honours dead as more haj victims return home

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A second plane returned the bodies of 114 pilgrims from Saudi Arabia to Tehran

Premier League: Yohan Cabaye, Wilfried Zaha sink West Bromwich Albion


Crystal Palace’s Yannick Bolasie (second from left) jumps to head past West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Boaz Myhill (left) for the opening goal in their Premier League match at Selhurst Park in London on Saturday. Palace won 2-0. — AFP

Spanish league: Celta stutter against Getafe


Getafe defender Santiago Vergini (right) vies for the ball with Celta Vigo forward Iago Aspas In their La Liga match at the Balaidos Stadium in Vigo on Saturday. The match ended in a goalless draw. — AFP

First Iranian Haj dead flown home

An honour guard carries coffins of Iranian Haj pilgrims at Mehrabad airport in Tehran. (Photo:AP)

The first bodies of Iranians killed in a stampede at Haj arrived home from Saudi Arabia on Saturday after a controversial nine-day delay and questions over the final death toll.

9 dead as US airstrike hits Afghanistan hospital

Injured Doctors Without Borders staff are seen after an explosion near their hospital in the northern Afghan city (Photo: AP)

A suspected US air strike, a bombardment that the UN condemned as “inexcusable, and possibly even criminal”, on a hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz on Saturday killed nineteen MSF staff, in a bomb

Satellite Internet gets a fresh look, cash infusion

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'Technology fundamentally reduces the cost of connectivity'

Britain will double drone fleet: David Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron plans to double Britain's drone fleet

Britain's fleet of 10 ‘Reapers’ will soon be replaced by 20 new models

UN slams 'inexcusable' Afghan hospital air strike that killed 19

A part of the MSF hospital in flames in the Afghan city of Kunduz after it was hit by an air strike. (Photo: AFP)

The strike early Saturday left the building engulfed in flames

Australia shooting 'an act of terrorism': Prime Minister

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. (Photo: AFP)

The youth was shouting religious slogans before shooting Cheng in the back of the head

Plenty of ink has been spilt on the Prime Minister’s recent visit to California where he received a resounding reception from people of Indian origin and from executives at the helm of some of the wor

Mohammad Akhlaq’s horrific killing in Dadri, in western Uttar Pradesh, just outside Delhi, is an act of infamy.