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August 16, 2019 World
WASHINGTON: The United States called for journalist Austin Tice, who disappeared in Syria in 2012, to be freed, reiterating the belief that he remains alive and is being held against his will.
August 16, 2019 World
NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed on Thursday his “path-breaking” move to strip Kashmir of its autonomy, as his Pakistani counterpart warned of possible “ethnic cleansing”.
August 15, 2019 World
SEOUL: North Korea said leader Kim Jong Un supervised test-firings of an unspecified new weapons system, which extended a streak of weapons demonstrations that are seen as an attempt to build leverage ahead of negotiations with the United States. .
August 15, 2019 World
WASHINGTON: The US public’s opinion of China has plummeted amid a surge in strategic and trade tensions in recent years, the Pew Research Center reported.
August 14, 2019 World
LONDON: US National Security Advisor John Bolton said that Washington wanted “to move very quickly” on a trade deal with Britain after it leaves the EU, and that the White House would wait until after Brexit to address various security concerns.
August 14, 2019 World
BEIRUT: A Canadian citizen held in Syrian prisons since last year and freed after Lebanese mediation said he had no idea if anyone knew he was still alive. .
August 13, 2019 World
GUATEMALA CITY: Conservative Alejandro Giammattei was elected as Guatemala’s President, defeating former first lady Sandra Torres in a run-off, the central American country’s electoral court said.
August 13, 2019 World
HONG KONG: All flights in and out of Hong Kong were cancelled on Monday after thousands of pro-democracy protesters flooded the city’s airport to denounce police violence.
August 12, 2019 World
SEOUL: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised a “new weapon” test, state media reported Sunday, the latest in a series of launches that US President Donald Trump has played down as Washington seeks to restart nuclear talks with Pyongyang.
August 11, 2019 World
HONG KONG: Hong Kong pro-democracy activists kept up the pressure on authorities with a colourful “family rally” and a sit-in at the city’s airport on Saturday, as protests enter a third month.
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