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Saudis say five guards killed in clashes on Yemen border

Five Saudi Arabian border guards were killed on Monday in clashes with "enemy elements" who tried to infiltrate the kingdom`s border with war-wracked Yemen, the interior ministry said.

Pakistan assures China of 'smooth progress' of economic corridor
Pakistan assures China of 'smooth progress' of economic corridor

Amid security concerns over the construction of the USD 46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, Pakistan today vowed to take steps to facilitate its 'smooth progress'.

Donald Trump accuses Hillary Clinton for email scandal of Democratic party
Donald Trump accuses Hillary Clinton for email scandal of Democratic party

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump today blamed his rival Hillary Clinton for the email scandal that has hit the Democratic party resulting in resignation of head of the Democratic National Committee.

Fire kills 38 in Madagascar, including 16 children: Police

A fire during a house-warming party in central Madagascar killed 38 people, including 16 children, as the blaze ripped through a thatched roof, police said.

Iraqi charged with having `trace` explosives in Poland

The Iraqi man was charged in the central city of Lodz and remanded in custody for two months.

Ties will be hit if cleric is not extradited, Turkey warns US

The Turkish-US relations could be affected if Washington does not extradite cleric Fethullah Gulen whom Ankara accuses of being behind the July 15 coup attempt, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Monday.

Viral video: Girl performs a sizzling hot sexy dance and suddenly door opens - Know what happens next
Viral video: Girl performs a sizzling hot sexy dance and suddenly door opens - Know what happens next

She was engrossed in a sensual dance and then suddenly the door opens and what happened next will shock you.

Nine Filipino militants may face death in Malaysia: lawyer

A Malaysian court has convicted three locals and 14 Filipinos of terror-related offences, some punishable by death, following an armed incursion that left scores dead and paralysed a remote corner of Borneo for weeks, a lawyer said Monday.

Three Ukrainian soldiers killed in separatist east

Three Ukrainian soldiers have been killed and another three wounded in fresh clashes between pro-Russian rebels and government forces in the country`s separatist east, the military said Monday.

Barack Obama's half-brother says he will vote for Donald Trump

US President Barack Obama's half- brother Malik Obama, a longtime Democrat, has switched allegiance to the Republican party and intends to vote for Donald Trump because he believes the business tycoon "speaks from the heart".

Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton in new national poll
Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton in new national poll

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has taken a lead albeit a small one and within margin of error over her Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in a new national poll, the first after last week's Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Shocking! Here priest slept with more than 100 girls and mothers allowed it – Know why
Shocking! Here priest slept with more than 100 girls and mothers allowed it – Know why

In a recent interview to a television channel, one of the holy men claimed to have had sex with more than 100 girls and women.

German minister rejects blanket suspicion of refugees after attacks

Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere on Mo0nday cautioned Germans against indiscriminately branding all refugees a security threat after a rash of attacks over the last week.

Sensitive issues could damage ties with US military: China
Sensitive issues could damage ties with US military: China

Failure to properly handle sensitive issues between the US and China could 'very likely disturb and undermine' their military-to-military relations, a top Chinese official told US National Security Advisor Susan Rice Monday. 

Suicide bomber kills 12 at checkpoint north of Baghdad

A suicide bomber detonated an explosives-rigged vehicle near a crowded checkpoint north of Baghdad on Monday, killing 12 people, security and medical officials said.

US, China hold NSA-level talks after South China Sea verdict
US, China hold NSA-level talks after South China Sea verdict

The US on Monday called for candour and openness ahead of NSA-level talks with China here, the first such high-level political dialogue since an international tribunal rejected Beijing's expansive claims over the strategic South China Sea.

At least 271 killed or missing in China rains, 59,000 troops deployed
At least 271 killed or missing in China rains, 59,000 troops deployed

Eighteen more bodies were today recovered in flood-hit China, pushing the toll due to heavy torrential rains to 271 killed or missing, prompting the army to mount a massive relief and rescue operation by deploying 59,000 troops.

Spine-chilling video: Woman dragged, killed by tiger at safari park in China
Spine-chilling video: Woman dragged, killed by tiger at safari park in China

The attack took place at Beijing Badaling Wildlife World, when one of the women left the vehicle following an altercation.

Two dead, over a dozen wounded in Florida nightclub shooting; one person detained
Two dead, over a dozen wounded in Florida nightclub shooting; one person detained

Two persons were shot dead and at least 17 others were wounded in a mass shooting at a nightclub in Florida.

London’s Golders Green station closed due to security alert over abandoned car
London’s Golders Green station closed due to security alert over abandoned car

London’s Golders Green underground train station was closed on Monday while police investigated an abandoned vehicle outside. A spokesman for Transport for London said the station, which is located in the heart of the city’s Jewish community, was closed due to a security alert.

Suicide bomber kills 10 north of Baghdad: Officials

A suicide bomber detonated an explosives-rigged vehicle near a checkpoint north of Baghdad on Monday, killing 10 people, officials said.

Turkey issues warrants for 42 journalists after coup: TV

Turkish authorities have issued arrest warrants for 42 journalists as part of the investigation into the failed coup aimed at toppling President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, television news channels said Monday.

Ansbach attack suggests Islamist motive: Bavarian official
Ansbach attack suggests Islamist motive: Bavarian official

Bavaria's top security official said on Monday that he believes a failed asylum seeker who blew himself up and injured 12 people in the southern German town of Ansbach was driven by religious extremism.

Democrats push unity, but convention starts under cloud

The Democratic Party kicks off its national convention on Monday to anoint Hillary Clinton its presidential nominee, amid a simmering row over leaked emails that show party leaders sought to undermine campaign rival Bernie Sanders.

Susan Rice urges `candour and openness` on Beijing visit

National Security Advisor Susan Rice called for "candour and openness" before talks with Chinese leaders during the highest-level US visit to Beijing since an international tribunal rejected China`s vast maritime claims.

China says South Korea damaged 'mutual trust'

China has blamed South Korea for damaging "mutual trust" with its planned deployment of an advanced US missile defence system in the face of Beijing's opposition.

Nepal likely to form consensus government within seven days of Oli resigning
Nepal likely to form consensus government within seven days of Oli resigning

With K.P. Sharma Oli resigning as Nepal`s Prime Minister, President Bidhya Devi Bhandari will now call upon political parties to form a consensus government within the next seven days, local media reports said.

Afghan civilian casualties at record high in first half of 2016: UN

Civilian casualties in Afghanistan touched a record high in the first half of 2016, the UN with children in particular paying a heavy price as insurgent groups step up fighting.

Beijing dodges ASEAN rebuke over South China Sea row

Southeast Asian nations avoided rebuking Beijing or mentioning a recent UN-backed tribunal ruling against its claims in the South China Sea in a statement issued that will be seen as a victory for the regional giant.