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Lavrov: West trying to protect Nusra Front

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says he thinks the West is trying to protect al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front terrorists and use them to topple President Bashar al-Assad. Lavrov also said Friday that militants belonging to the group, which has recently changed its name to Fateh al-Sham Front, were refusing to leave ...

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Bullet-riddled body of youth recovered in India-held Kashmir

SRINAGAR : A bullet-riddled body of a Kashmiri youth was found in Kulgam district of south Kashmir on Friday. Shamim Ahmad Patloo was missing since October 19 after he was picked up by unidentified gunmen from his house.  His body was found in the fields at Kujjar Frisal Yaripora this ...

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UN warns of displacement crisis in Afghanistan

KABUL : The UN on Thursday warned anew of a deteriorating crisis of displacement in Afghanistan as the conflict escalates, imploring the government and international donors to step up support especially for a “lost generation” of children. More than 323,000 Afghans were internally displaced across the country in the first ...

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Turkey, Peshmerga threatening Iraq sovereignty: Analsyt

While Iraqi troops are trying to recapture Mosul, the involvement of Turkish soldiers in the battle in support of Peshmerga fighters have raised worries in Baghdad.  Middle East expert James Petras said on Friday that the role which militant Kurds were playing along with Turkish troops “obviously in alliance with the United States ...

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16 killed as militants attack government buildings in Kirkuk

At least 16 people have been killed in militant attacks on government-run facilities in Iraq’s northern Province of Kirkuk, official sources say. Iraqi security sources said gunmen wearing explosive vests raided multiple government targets in Kirkuk Province, including a police headquarters and a power plant, early on Friday. In one of the ...

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Indian forces target Pakistan’s Shakargarh sector: ISPR

RAWALPINDI : India’s Border Security Force (BSF) opened to unprovoked firing at the Working Boundary in Shakargarh sector on Friday. According to the Inter Service Public Relations (ISPR), the Indian forces target Chak Amroo village. However, no loss of life or property has been reported. “Pakistan Rangers Punjab befittingly responded ...

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