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Boko Haram mount deadly attacks after Nigeria cease-fire

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria: Suspected Boko Haram militants have killed dozens of people in five attacks on Nigerian villages that occurred after the government announced a cease-fire to enable 200 abducted gi








Nine militants killed in Pak Army offensive

PESHAWAR: Pakistan’s army extended its offensive against militants in mountains along the Afghan border on Friday, killing at least nine insurgents, military officials said.



New Delhi test-fires first home-made cruise missile

NEW DELHI: India successfully test-fired its first domestically built nuclear-capable long-range cruise missile on Friday, marking another step in building up the country’s defense prowess.



After border row, India, China plan counter-terror drills to build trust

NEW DELHI: India will hold counter-terrorism exercises with China despite a recent face-off on their disputed border, officials said, in a sign the two governments want to manage their deep difference



14 feared dead in collapse at South Korea pop concert

SEOUL: Fourteen people were feared dead after a ventilation grate collapsed on Friday during a concert by a popular girls’ band in Seongam near South Korea’s capital, rescuers said.

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