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U.S. count shows no Pakistan F-16s shot down in Indian battle: report

Pakistan’s F-16 combat jets have all been accounted for, U.S.-based Foreign Policy magazine said, citing U.S. officials, contradicting an Indian air force assessment that it had shot down one of Read More

Who is Brenton Tarrant?

The Australian man allegedly responsible for livestreaming a massacre of Muslims as they prayed in New Zealand mosques was previously not known to security agencies in Australia or New Zealand, Read More

At least 4 dead as pedestrian bridge collapses in Mumbai

Four people have been killed and dozens wounded when a pedestrian bridge collapsed near Mumbai's main train station, the latest accident to highlight creaking infrastructure in India's financial capital. The Read More

Samjhauta Express train service restored

The Samjhauta Express also called the friendship train between India and Pakistan has resumed its service. It had stopped running due to recent violence over the Kashmir dispute between the Read More

No survivors among 157 on board

None of the 157 people on board an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed on Sunday morning en route to Nairobi from Addis Ababa have survived, the airline said. The aircraft, Read More

At least 25 killed in road accident in southern Mexico

At least 25 Central American migrants were killed and 29 others injured after a truck overturned on a highway in the southern state of Chiapas in Mexico, said the state Read More

Pakistan says it took control of 182 religious schools

Tensions are running high between India and Pakistan following a suicide attack on an Indian paramilitary convoy last month, which killed 42 soldiers in Indian-administered Kashmir. The suicide attack, the Read More

Pakistan arrests scores in fresh crackdown on armed groups

Pakistani authorities say they have detained 44 members of various armed groups, including relatives of Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar, the man at the centre of an ongoing crisis with Read More

Hundreds in Syria’s Baghouz ‘surrender’ amid slowdown in fighting

Hundreds of people, including ISIL fighters, have surrendered to advancing Kurdish-led forces in eastern Syria and evacuated the last patch of territory held by the armed group, according to an Read More

Pakistan continues partial opening of airspace amid India crisis

Pakistan has continued a limited opening of its airspace for commercial flights, after closing it earlier this week at the height of tensions with neighbouring India that saw both countries Read More