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Saudi forces and Yemen's Houthis trade heavy fire, border crossing hit
CAIRO: Saudi forces and Yemen's Houthi militia traded heavy artillery fire which destroyed part of the main border crossing between the two countries overnight, residents said on Sunday, an escalation of the two-month war. The Haradh border crossing, the ...
Houthis claim they've downed Saudi fighter jet
Iraq PM Haider al-Abadi confident of Ramadi recapture
US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter has said the rout of Iraqi forces in the city of Ramadi showed they lacked the will to fight against Islamic State. Mr Carter told CNN's State of the Union the Iraqis "vastly outnumbered" the IS forces but chose to withdraw.
Carter blames Iraqi forces for Ramadi fall
Defense Secretary Carter: Iraq's forces showed 'no will to fight' Islamic State
US says Iraqis 'failed to fight' in Ramadi
Islamic State says it can soon buy nuclear weapon, smuggle it into U.S.
"[Terrorists] are mingling with another 12 million 'illegal' aliens in America with a nuclear bomb in the trunk," British journalist and hostage John Cantlie wrote in the Islamic State's propaganda magazine, Dabiq. By Doug G. Ware | May 24, 2015 at 6:11 PM.
ISIS to smuggle its first nuclear weapon from Pakistan, mulls attack on US: Report
Islamic State could procure nukes from Pakistan in a year
Isis claims it could buy its first nuclear weapon from Pakistan within a year
On the trail of Myanmar's Rohingya migrants
Malaysian authorities say they have discovered a number of mass graves near the border with Thailand. They say more than 100 bodies could be buried there, with many thought to be Rohingya Muslims fleeing persecution in Myanmar. The global publicity ...
170 child migrants arrive in Indonesia
170 kids on their own among migrants to arrive in Indonesia
Malaysia confirms discovery of graves, 17 refugee tents near Malaysia-Thailand ...
Spain's ruling party punished in local elections
Voters in Spain's two biggest cities have put the leaders of new and untried citizens' platforms in pole position to become their mayors as the results of Spain's local and regional ballots on Sunday reveal a highly fragmented political scene ahead of a general ...
Spain's ruling party suffers heavy regional losses
Former ambassador to Indonesia Greg Moriarty to be named as new anti-terror ...
Former ambassador to Indonesia Greg Moriarty will be named as Australia's first anti-terrorism coordinator today as the Federal Government reveals further details of new counter-terror laws. Mr Moriarty spent four years in Jakarta and three years as ...
Debate this year, Lib says of gay marriage
New National Counter-Terrorism Coordinator Greg Moriarty with Prime Minister ...
Labor's Tony Burke becomes latest MP to back same sex marriage
Poland election: President Komorowski concedes to rival Duda
Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski has conceded the election to conservative challenger Andrzej Duda following the release of exit polls. They suggested Mr Duda had taken the run-off vote by 53% to 47%. Mr Duda had edged Mr Komorowski, who had ...
Poland election: president Bronislaw Komorowski concedes defeat
Polish voters oust their president in run-off
Poland's president concedes defeat as he falls behind in election exit poll
'A Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash killed in turnpike crash
The Princeton math genius whose life story was the subject of the film ?A Beautiful Mind? died Saturday in a crash on the New Jersey Turnpike. ADVERTISEMENT. Related Image. Johnnash660371.jpg Expand / Contract. Nov. 8, 2011: U.S. mathematician and ...
Snatched away in an instant, a brilliant and beautiful mind
John F. Nash Jr. dies; Nobel laureate was subject of 'A Beautiful Mind'
Famed mathematician John Nash killed in car crash
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Analysis: Why Iran's failure to protect religious minorities doesn't bode well for ...
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Report raises disturbing questions about Iranian compliance with any nuclear agreement in light of failure to respect its citizens' basic human rights. Jakarta. Iran's President Hassan Rouhani arrives to attend the closing statement for the Asian-African ...
Iran denies agreement on military site inspections
Iran will not allow military sites inspection: Araqchi
Times of India
Nepal landslide triggers alert in Gandak basin
Times of India
PATNA: The water resources department (WRD) on Sunday issued an express notice to all its officials and engineers posted in the Gandak basin of the state to remain on high alert as a massive landslide in the upper reaches of the river in Nepal has caused ...
Nepal river blocked by landslide flowing again, but risks of flash floods not over yet
Gandak Canal gates opened, India alerted
Nepalese river blocked by landslide flowing again