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Reuters reporters in Myanmar not jailed because of journalism: Suu Kyi

Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday robustly defended the jailing of two Reuters journalists who were reporting on the Rohingya...

Rohingya crisis: UN has ‘no right to interfere’ says Myanmar army...

    Myanmar´s army chief said the United Nations had no right to interfere in the sovereignty of the country a week after a UN probe...

McMaster: ‘We have failed to impose sufficient costs’ on Russia

  (ATIT-NEWS) In his last public remarks as national security adviser, Lt. Gen. HR McMaster offered harsh words for Russia Tuesday during a speech at the...

‘Despacito’ singer Daddy Yankee robbed by impersonator

A thief who pretended to be Daddy Yankee stole two million euros in jewels from the reggaeton star's hotel room safe in Spain, his...

China says ‘terror’ risks in Xinjiang remains serious despite security push

BEIJING: Unrelenting risks of “terror” and separatist activity in China’s far western region of Xinjiang require a prolonged security crackdown, state media said late...

Senator John McCain buried in Annapolis

  ANNAPOLIS: Fighter jets roared over the US Naval Academy on Sunday in a final tribute to former Senator John McCain as the Vietnam War...

Taliban ready for second round of talks with US

ISLAMABAD: The Taliban are ready for a second round of talks with the US, possibly this month, which is likely to focus on prisoner...

Photo of Trump coloring American flag raises question if he even...

WASHINGTON: Meeting with children is a classic activity for politicians and one that probably seems like it couldn’t go wrong.   But when Alex Azar, secretary...

Who stands to gain if Trump pulls the US out of...

Trump: US leaving Syria very soon Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump's unexpected announcement on Thursday that the US would "be coming out of Syria like very...

Rains, landslides kill 24, displace thousands in India’s Kerala state

NEW DELHI: Torrential rains and landslides killed at least 24 people in southern India on Thursday, with the authorities opening the shutters of 24...
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