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Seven Houthis killed in suspected Al Qaeda attack in Yemen

Seven Houthis killed in suspected Al Qaeda attack in Yemen

Aden: At least seven Shia Houthi fighters were killed and five others injured in a suspected Al Qaeda attack in Yemen Wednesday, an official told Xinhua."Unknown gunmen believed to be Al Qaeda operatives attacked the house of a tribal leader  more
H7N9 bird flu cases in China province rise to 25
H7N9 bird flu cases in China province rise to 25
Guangzhou: Two more cases of humans being infected by the H7N9 bird flu strain was reported from China's Guangdong province Wednesday, bringing the number of people infected by the virus in the province to 25.According to a Xinhua report, an  more
NASA to launch first Earth-observing mission today
NASA to launch first Earth-observing mission today
Washington: In another major breakthrough, NASA will today launch its first US Earth observing satellite called Soil Moisture Active Passive Mission (SMAP) that will help scientists predict weather conditions more accurately.The purpose of this satellite is to keep an eye  more
Beijing smog makes city 'unliveable' : Mayor
Beijing smog makes city 'unliveable' : Mayor
Beijing: Pollution and smog in Beijing has made the capital city of China “unliveable”, according to the mayor of the city, a report said Wednesday.“To establish a first-tier, international, liveable and harmonious city, it is very important to establish a  more
Simulated Mars mission gutted in fire
Simulated Mars mission gutted in fire
London: A simulated Mars mission held in the Utah desert in the US came to an abrupt end, when the research station was gutted in fire, media reported Wednesday.According to a Daily Mail report, the mission involved four “astronauts” living  more
Bird flu outbreak confirmed in 11 Nigerian states
Bird flu outbreak confirmed in 11 Nigerian states
Lagos: The Nigerian government Wednesday confirmed the outbreak of bird flu in 11 states.Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Akinwumi Adesina, made the disclosure at an emergency meeting on avian influenza (bird flu) in Abuja, according to a Xinhua report.The  more
2 soldiers, UN peacekeeper killed in Israel-Hezbollah clashes
2 soldiers, UN peacekeeper killed in Israel-Hezbollah clashes
Jerusalem: At least two Israeli soldiers and a Spanish UN peacekeeper were killed and seven others injured when a missile fired by Lebanese Hezbollah group hit an army convoy today, prompting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to threaten a retaliation similar  more
Sushma Swaraj's Beijing visit 'important': China
Sushma Swaraj's Beijing visit 'important': China
Beijing: China on Wednesday said it attaches "great importance" to external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj's visit here this week, during which she will interact with top Chinese leaders and attend the 13th Russia, India and China (RIC) foreign ministers meeting."This  more
Interim report on MH370 to be published March 7
Interim report on MH370 to be published March 7
Bangkok: Malaysian authorities will publish a preliminary report on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 March 7, a day before the first anniversary of the incident, officials said Wednesday.The report will be posted on the website of the department  more
Jordan ready to swap inmate for pilot held by Islamic State
Jordan ready to swap inmate for pilot held by Islamic State
Amman, Jordan: Jordan said Wednesday it is willing to swap an Iraqi woman held on death row in Jordan for a Jordanian pilot captured in December by extremists from the Islamic State group.The statement by Jordanian government spokesman Mohammed al-Momani  more
Saudis pledge allegiance to King Salman via Twitter
Saudis pledge allegiance to King Salman via Twitter
Jeddah (Saudi Arabia): Breaking free from tradition, thousands of Saudis pledge their allegiance to their new Monarch – King Salman via twitter and other online mediums.There was a time in Saudi Arabia when people would travel across their dessert kingdom  more
Officials insist AirAsia operation to continue
Officials insist AirAsia operation to continue
Jakarta: Officials from Indonesia's Search and Rescue Agency said on Wednesday that the search operation to recover bodies and wreckage from the crashed AirAsia flight would continue despite the military's withdrawal from the mission.Chief Henry Bambang Soelistyo told journalists in  more
China need not read too much from Obama-Modi romance: Media
China need not read too much from Obama-Modi romance: Media
Beijing: Playing down President Barack Obama's visit to India, official media here today said too much need not be read into the 'romance' between him and Prime Minister Narendra Modi as there are difficult talks ahead before both sides' expectations  more
Pakistan wants normal ties with India: Nawaz Sharif
Pakistan wants normal ties with India: Nawaz Sharif
Islamabad: Pakistan wants "normal" ties with India on the basis of "mutual respect and sovereign equality", Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said today, describing India as an important neighbour."India is an important neighbour for us and we would like to have  more
Michelle Obama, without headscarf, stokes controversy in Saudi Arabia
Michelle Obama, without headscarf, stokes controversy in Saudi Arabia
New Delhi: The Saudi Arabian embassy in the US has denied media reports that the country's state television had blurred out First Lady Michelle Obama at a meeting between President Barack Obama and the new Saudi king.The Saudi embassy said  more
Myanmar to stop recruiting child soldiers
Myanmar to stop recruiting child soldiers
Yangon: The Myanmar military has reiterated its strong commitment to end recruitment of children in the army, a media report said Wednesday.Forty-two child soldiers were recently released from military service and returned to their families, taking the total number of  more
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