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- Trump denounces Jeff Sessions for being 'weak' on Hillary Cl
- US friendly fire kills at least eight Afghan policemen in He
- Justin Bieber has been banned from China for 'bad behaviour'
- Billions of tons of plastic trash accumulating on Earth, say
- US teenager survives bear attack after waking to animal 'cru
- U.S. Senator McCain says Republican healthcare bill likely d
The Arliegh Burk-class guided-missile destroyer USS Stethem (DDG 63) makes a port visit to White Beach Naval Facility.
US destroyer's intrusion into Chinese waters unacceptable
- Turkey spurns ‘agents’ fuelling Germany dispute
- Turkey offers liver transplant facilities for Pakistani pati
- Turkey offers liver transplantation for Pakistani patients
- Netherlands, Denmark reach women’s Euro quarters
- Dutch dust off ‘painful’ Nazi bunkers
- Matt Canavan should resign, says Di Natale: 'ignorance is no
Theresa May visits Donald Trump
Trump praises work on British trade deal, says EU 'protectionist'
Asia Middle East
- SBI seeks draft on DSEZ regulations
- Five of a family killed in accident
- NUST improves in QS Ranking
- Election rules to be formulated by ECP under new bill
- Contempt not committed, notice be withdrawn, Jang Group asks
- China urges America to stop ‘unfriendly’ recon flights
Supporters of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference hold flags of Lashkar-e-Taiba during a pro-freedom rally in Srinagar  on Friday 20 May 2016.The conglomerate is observing a Martyrdom Week in memory of the slain separatist leaders, Mirwaiz Muhammad Farooq who was killed on 21 May 1990 and Abdul Gani Lone who was killed on 21 May 2002.
7 Hurriyat Leaders Sent to 10-day NIA Custody
- Iran’s tech sector blooms under shield of sanctions
- Hostile agencies using terror as policy tool: Gen Bajwa
- Egypt’s military kills 40 militants
- Sisi vows to keep up Qatar blockade
- Iran’s cyber spies use simple ‘hacks’
- Saudi raises $4.53 bln in bond issue
Palestinian children shout slogans and hold the Egypt flag during a rally in front of the Rafah border crossing with Egypt in the southern Gaza Strip on June 21, 2011, demanding it to be open permanently and without restrictions or conditions on the passengers. ( Photo By Ahmed Deeb/wn)
Gaza border to reopen in weeks, exiled leader says
South America Africa
- Brazil trade chamber postpones decision on taxing U.S. ethan
- Halliburton, Schlumberger take hit on Venezuela bills in sec
- Hallliburton, Schlumberger take hit on Venezuela bills in se
- Venezuela couple move to sue officials over death of son
- UPDATE 3-Venezuelan agents seize two more court appointees -
- Brazil's Prumo to begin building thermal plant in early 2018
Venezuela must respect opposition rights at protest: UN
- UN accuses DR Congo army of digging Kasai mass graves
- South Africa’s Semenya to seek double gold in London
- Letter from Africa: Freed Boko Haram 'wives' return to capto
- Michael Kors buying Jimmy Choo in $1.2 billion deal
- Police: 2 missing Burundian teens on robotics team safe
- Ben Stokes hits back at England's critics after Trent Bridge
A Thai technician works on blood samples of volunteers at a lab at the Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences in Bangkok, Thailand Friday, Sept. 25, 2009. U.S. military and Thai health officials told a news conference in Bangkok that results of an earlier AIDS vaccine trial at the lab showed the vaccine cut the risk of becoming infected with HIV by more than 31 percent. The result came after the world's largest AIDS vaccine trial of more than 16,000 volunteers in Thailand.
Cocktail of drugs could prevent 10,000 HIV deaths a year, claim scientists
Australia Caribbean
- Fatima Jinnah Women Entrepreneurship Development Centre inau
- Entrepreneurship centre opened at FJWU
- Aussie tennis great Mervyn Rose dies
- BD’s ‘Fizz’ on target for Australia, says Walsh
- Lyon diet: Why did one of the world's healthiest diets not t
- Pell faces massive media scrum at court arrival
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Hunt for HIV cure turns to cancer drugs
- Bolt headlines Jamaica’s World C’ship team
- Haitian migrants get residency extension from Dominican govt
- Jamaica confident of upsetting US in Gold Cup final
- Jamaica going for Gold in final against USA
- Food: Miss Lily's Dubai IS the Caribbean
- Jamaica aim to slay another giant, face US in Gold Cup final
President Donald Trump arrives at the White House in Washington, Friday, June 16, 2017, after speaking about Cuba policy in Miami.
Trumplomacy: Four takeaways from Trump's Cuba policy
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