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LONDON: Britain’s prime minister-in-waiting Theresa May is a pragmatist who has emerged from the chaos of the Brexit referendum unscarred, portraying herself as the one who will lead the country out...

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More than a million Britons pleaded for a second referendum on Saturday as Britain’s seismic vote to abandon the EU split the nation after pounding world markets, toppling the Prime Minister and raising...

First, and unbearably, there are the dead.Forty-nine young men and women at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., doing what young men and women everywhere do on a Saturday night — singing, dancing, enjoying...

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An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5 shook buildings and caused momentary panic in the Indonesian port city of Padang on Thursday, officials and residents said, but there were no immediate reports of...

FALLUJA:  The Iraqi army stormed to the southern edge of Falluja under US air support on Monday and captured a police station inside the city limits, launching a direct assault to retake one of the main...

Japanese rescuers scoured thick forest today in search of a seven-year-old boy whose parents left him in mountain woods inhabited by bears as a punishment, in a case that has infuriated the public The...

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The US military launched a drone strike against Taliban leader Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, the Pentagon said, dealing a potential blow to the group whose insurgent assaults pose a major obstacle to US hopes...

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WASHINGTON: The United States (US) House of Representatives on Thursday voted 277 to 147 in favour of a defence policy bill seeking to increase restrictions on military aid for Pakistan unless certain...

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Over 200,000 people in Sri Lanka have been hit by torrential rains and flash floods that have killed 11 people while wrecking havoc across the island nation, officials said today. “Nineteen of the...