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25 August 2016 18:18

  An aboriginal prisoner has died in a detention center in the Australian Northern Territory city of Darwin, amid calls for a probe into reports about torture and mistreatment of indigenous people behind bars in the country. According to a spokesman for the Darwin Correctional Centre, the 31-year-old man, whose name has not been released in the reports, was found dead in...

24 August 2016 15:56

One protester was killed Wednesday in fresh clashes with security forces armed with shotguns in Indian-administered Kashmir which is reeling from weeks of deadly violence, police said. As India’s Home Minister Rajnath Singh arrived in the disputed region to discuss the unrest with local political, business and other leaders, thousands of residents rallied in Pulwama in southern Kashmir. Security forces fired tear...

24 August 2016 7:13

  North Korea has fired a submarine–launched ballistic missile, just two days after threatening a nuclear attack in retaliation to large-scale US and South Korean joint military exercises. According to a statement released by South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff, the missile was launched off the North’s east coast in the Sea of Japan late on Tuesday. Pyongyang has warned that the massive...

23 August 2016 7:44

  Unity of Umma and Honour of Harmain Shareefain conference in Islamabad condemned the Israeli aggression on the Palestinian people and the Aqsa Mosque. Speakers at the conference demanded Muslim countries’ leaders to liberate the Aqsa Mosque. The conference which was organized by Markazi Jamiat Ahlehadith (MJAH)-Pakistan on Sunday at convention Center in Islamabad called for the unity of Muslim Umma in order...

22 August 2016 15:08

  Taliban militants in Afghanistan have captured an area in the northeastern province of Takhar following heavy clashes with security forces. Local officials confirmed the fall of the Khaja Ghar to the Taliban on Monday but the provincial police chief said clashes were ongoing and that neither side had full control of the district. Security forces have reportedly launched an operation to retake the district. Two days...

22 August 2016 14:54

  At least 40 people have lost their lives and thousands of others have been evacuated after heavy floods struck areas in central and eastern India. Heavy rain during the last 48 hours has caused the Ganges river and its tributaries to flow above danger level in some 20 districts of the states of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, disaster management officials...

22 August 2016 7:30

  The UK military is not adequately equipped to deal with the growing threat of a world war, a top British military commander has warned, renewing calls for more funding. Admiral Alan William John West, who once led Britain’s Royal Navy, told the Daily Star on Sunday that the world “is more dangerous and chaotic” than at any time and major international conflicts are...

20 August 2016 16:38

  A Philippine worker, who was allegedly raped by her Saudi employer, has succumbed to her wounds while in a coma. Philippine Labor and Employment Secretary Silvestre "Bebot" Bello III said in a radio interview from Jeddah on Friday that 35-year-old Irma Avila Edloy died at the King Salman Hospital in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, because of severe injuries. “The latest news is she...

19 August 2016 6:38

  More than two dozen people have been injured in clashes between Indian government forces and pro-independence Kashmiris protesting against the death of a young college teacher in custody of the Indian military. On Thursday, thousands of pro-independence demonstrators poured into the streets of Srinagar, the region's main city, and several towns in the Indian-administered Kashmir to express their anger over the killing of Shabir Ahmed by...

18 August 2016 16:00

  One civilian has lost his life and dozens of others have sustained injuries after New Delhi’s soldiers raided a village in Indian-controlled Kashmir. According to police and witnesses, Indian force from a nearby army camp raided homes and thrashed the residents of Khrew village, located in the restive southern district of Pulwama. The assault led to the death of a 30-year-old teacher,...

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