Bangladesh seeks FBI’s help in probing CB heist

DHAKA: Bangladesh has formally sought assistance from the US Federal Bureau of Investigation to track down the cyber crooks who stole $81 million from...

5 held after 2 Muslim cowherds hanged to death in India

NEW DELHI: Police have arrested five suspects in the hanging to death of two Muslims herding cattle in India, in an incident that led...

Paris attacks fugitive Abdeslam captured

BRUSSELS: After an intense four-month manhunt across Europe and beyond, police yesterday captured the top fugitive in the Paris attacks in the same Brussels...

EU, Turkey strike deal to send back migrants – All illegal migrants who reach...

BRUSSELS: The European Union and Turkey have reached a landmark deal to ease the migrant crisis and give Ankara concessions on better EU relations,...

Indian men arrested over doctored image

NEW DELHI: Indian police said yesterday they had arrested two young Muslim men on charges of obscenity for posting a doctored image of a...

Musharraf flees Pakistan after travel ban is lifted

KARACHI: Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, who faces charges of treason and murder, arrived in Dubai yesterday after a three-year travel ban was...

Islamic State carrying out ‘genocide’ – US vowing to end slaughter of Christian, Shiites...

WASHINGTON: The United States declared yesterday that the Islamic State group's slaughter of Christians, Yazidis and Shiites amounts to a genocide and vowed to...

Strike on Sanaa market kills 119 – Saudi to scale down Yemen campaign; death...

SANAA: Saudi Arabia said yesterday its military coalition will scale down operations in Yemen, an announcement that came as the death toll from an...

Indian police arrest Muslim students over beef rumors

NEW DELHI: Police in India arrested four Muslim students on charges of breaching the peace after rumors the men were cooking beef sparked protests,...

Protesters mark one year since mob killing of Afghan woman – ‘A matter of...

KABUL: Wearing masks bearing an impression of her bloodied face, dozens of Afghans protested in Kabul yesterday to demand justice for a woman savagely...

US military personnel punished for Afghanistan hospital attack – Aerial attack killed 42 civilian...

WASHINGTON: More than a dozen US military personnel have been disciplined, but face no criminal charges, for errors that led to the aerial attack...

Zuma under pressure in new graft scandal – Indian family interference still a crippling...

CAPE TOWN: Shock revelations about a wealthy Indian family's interference in South African government affairs set embattled President Jacob Zuma up for a high-pressure...

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