Death toll in Iraq anti-government unrest at 19

Iraqi medical officials say 10 people were killed in southern Iraq overnight, raising the death toll since anti-government protests erupted across the country earlier this week to

Six killed as bus falls into river near Raisen in India’s Madhya Pradesh

Six persons were killed and 18 injured when a private bus fell into a flooded river near Raisen in Madhya Pradesh of India in the wee hours of Thursday, an official said.

New Zealand mosque shooting suspect drops bid to move trial

The man accused of killing 51 people at two Christchurch mosques abandoned his bid Thursday to move the trial to another New Zealand city.

Family of Indian royals wins £35m court battle against Pakistan

A London court has ruled that £35m ($42m) held in a UK bank account must go to the descendants of an Indian royal, and not to Pakistan.

Iran foiled assassination attempt against general

Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency says authorities foiled an assassination attempt against the head of the Revolutionary Guard’s foreign wing, or Quds Force, last month.

Journalists in Kashmir protest curbs on press

Dozens of journalists in Indian-controlled Kashmir have held a sit-in to protest a communications blackout in the disputed Himalayan region, describing the blockade of the

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