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Drug lords are in
parliament: Ershad

Deaths in drives continue

Saudi Arabia in transition: The end of Islamism?

Saudi Arabia is experiencing numerous economic and social changes

Child TB appears to
be ‘silent epidemic’

The Union releases a new report in Geneva on the sidelines of the World Health Assembly

FILE PHOTO: A boat sails in front of Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness in Scotland, Britain April 13, 2016. Reuters

DNA hunt for Loch Ness monster planned

It may discover whether Scotland's fabled monster really does, or did, exist

Trump can’t block critics on Twitter

Doing so violates their right to free speech under the US Constitution, a judge rules

Intel chief asked me to quit: Sharif

His comments are likely to further fray tense civil-military relations in Pakistan

Tortured in Saudi Arabia,
unwanted at home

Almost 175,000 women domestic aides went to the kingdom over the last four years

Facebook users unite!

A ‘Data Labour Union’ is launched in the Netherlands

Sri Lankan students at a Guangxi province educational exhibition. Photo: Tang Lu

Education as ‘soft power’ in China

It was the most popular destination for foreign students by the end of last year

Toni Kroos. Reuters

Kroos carries Germany's title hopes

Intelligent and highly skilled, he is the team's heartbeat and chief conductor

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Representational Iamage. Reuters

India at WTO over US steel tariffs

Trump levied 25 percent tariffs on steel imports in March

Pulitzer winning novelist Philip Roth dies

Roth died in NY City at 10:30 p.m. local time of congestive heart failure, his literary agent said.

Actress Tazin dies

Tazin Ahmed was a popular actress and TV anchor