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Salt bride: Dress in Dead Sea turns white

The Victorian dress before (left) it was submerged in the Dead Sea and after (right). 	— Agencies

A black Victorian dress submerged in the Dead Sea that underwent a dramatic transformation has become another dress-themed internet sensation.

Dhaka cafe terror mastermind killed

Bodies of militants killed by the police after the raid near Dhaka. (Photo: AP)

The police in Bangladesh killed three suspected militants on Saturday, including an alleged mastermind of a major attack on a cafe last month that left 20 people dead.

Donald Trump got a clean bill of health in 5 minutes, says doctor

Donald Trump’s personal doctor, who gave the Republican presidential candidate a glowing health report, told NBC News Friday that he penned that note in five minutes as Mr Trump’s car waited.

US safety drive: Zika test must for donated blood

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Donated blood should be tested for the Zika virus, which can cause birth defects, US regulators warned amid a mounting outbreak of the mosquito-borne disease in the United States.

Bangladesh attack ‘mastermind’ killed in police raid

Bodies of militants killed by the police after the raid near Dhaka. (Photo: AP)

Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury, the mastermind of Bangladesh’s worst terror attack at a cafe here that claimed 22 lives, including of an Indian girl last month, was on Saturday killed along with two of his aid

EU’s post-Brexit dreams include a common Army

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (Photo: AP)

Eastern EU countries on Friday pushed for the bloc to create a joint Army as they met with Germany for talks on sketching Europe’s post-Brexit future.

Libyan forces push into last ISIS-held areas of Sirte

About 1,000 pro-GNA fighters were taking part in the offensive. (File Photo)

Pro-GNA forces, backed since August 1 by US air strikes, began an assault in mid-May to expel ISIS from Sirte.

Pilots arrested for alleged drinking before UK-US flight

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The arrests come after two Canadian pilots were charged with being drunk as they prepared to fly from Glasgow to Toronto last month.

Pakistan to share evidence against Altaf Hussain

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The Pakistan government will share evidence against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain with Scotland Yard within the next few days in the light of British laws regarding incitement to

As the mist begins to clear somewhat on Kashmir, a few salient points are staring the country in the face.

The RSS has now dropped all pretence of being a “cultural” body, the cloak behind which it hid since the ban imposed on it after Gandhiji’s assassination was lifted, and is unapologetically showing it