Indonesian newlyweds ate alleged rapist’s genitals

BANDAR LAMPUNG: A newlywed Indonesian couple have been arrested over claims they dined on the genitals of the woman's suspected rapist after her husband...

North Korea fires multiple suspected cruise missiles

SEOUL: A man watches a television news broadcast showing file footage of a North Korean missile test, at a railway station...

Paris bans ‘daytime jogging’ as virus deaths hit new high

PARIS: Photo shows runners at the closed Jardin du Champs de Mars garden in front of the Eiffel tower in Paris,...

Saudis resist ‘culture of food waste

RIYADH: A kitchen worker prepares an order in the Mashal plate for a customer at a restaurant as the plate's creator...

Dozens of Rohingya are fleeing India for Bangladesh

BARUIPUR, India: In this file photo a Rohingya refugee cooks at a temporary shelter near the village of Baruipur, some 55km...

Boris Johnson gets boost in race to become UK’s new PM

Former rival Hancock backs Johnson LONDON: Boris Johnson got a boost in his campaign to replace British Prime Minister...

Tsunami kills at least 222 in Indonesia as volcano erupts

CARITA, Indonesia: Residents inspect damaged buildings yesterday after the area was hit by a tsunami on Saturday following an eruption...

‘Everything’s gone’: Indonesia villagers recount the horror

CARITA, Indonesia: Indonesian policemen search for victims at the Villa Stephanie accomodation in Carita, Banten province yesterday, two days after...

Pakistan struggles to combat devastating locust plague

PIPLI PAHAR: A farmer holds dead locusts in Pipli Pahar village in Pakistan's central Punjab province. - AFP

Double shootings heighten fears of ‘white terrorism’

Violence from far right claim more victims in US than jihadist attacks WASHINGTON: Armed with assault rifles and clad...

US lifts ban on refugees from 11 countries

WASHINGTON: The United States announced Monday it was lifting its ban on refugees from 11 "high-risk" countries, but said those seeking to enter the...

Toilet row: Modi ignores protests to collect award

The decision to honor Narendra Modi provoked several withering op-eds and the ire of three Nobel prize winners, citing...

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26th September