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8 held for using Pakistan Army Chief photos on posters

Eight candidates contesting the December 5 local government elections were booked for using Army Chief Raheel Sharif’s picture during the campaign in Pakistan’s Rahimyar Khan district.

How South Korea separates spies from refugees

South Korea has spent decades screening refugees from a hostile neighbour but some enemy agents manage to get through, underlining the challenges Western nations face in dealing with a far larger infl

Fresh Jerusalem stabbings as Israel considers next move

A stabbing at an entrance to Jerusalem’s Old City and another near a bus stop on Sunday left two people wounded and an attacker killed, while Israel closed a third Palestinian radio station it accused

Robot to help guide passengers lost in Schiphol

A new stately looking robot with a friendly but unstirring “face” has been developed to help lost passengers find their way around a busy airport.

Russia plane enters zone under Israel from Syria

A Russian warplane recently entered Israeli-controlled airspace from Syria but the intrusion was resolved without incident, Israeli defence minister Moshe Yaalon said on Sunday.

SAS to target ISIS with kill missions

The UK’s elite military unit Special Air Service (SAS) will be sent to Syria with a hit-list of 20 top high-value ISIS targets, including a British woman dubbed as “Mrs Terror”, acco-rding to a media

Nepal arrests 38 for strike against India

The police in Nepal arrested 38 protesters Sunday for trying to enforce a strike against neighbouring India, which is accused of orchestrating a weeks-long border blockade that has caused crippling fu

Nawaz Sharif and Ashraf Ghani may break ice in Paris

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is set to meet Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in a bid to improve severed ties, officials said.

Khaleda Zia to surrender in court on Monday

Former Bangladeshi Prime Minister and Opposition BNP chief Khaleda Zia is set to surrender before a trial court to face corruption charges over contracting a gas field to a Canadian company in exchang

Saudi women begin first election campaigns

Saudi women began their first-ever campaigns for public office Sunday, in a step forward for women’s rights in the conservative kingdom’s slow reform process.

Participating in the Constitution Day deliberations in Parliament on November 26, home minister Rajnath Singh spoke about how the words “secular” and “socialist” were interpolated into the Preamble in

After scoring an unprecedented victory at the hustings and with the din of electioneering having died out, it’s back to business for Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar.