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Data shows Iran involved in Saudi drone attacks: US

WASHINGTON: The US has issued satellite images and cited intelligence to back its claim that Iran was behind the drone attacks on two oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, the media reported on Monday.

'Air strikes' hit Syria-Iraq border

LONDON: Warplanes on Monday struck positions of Iran-backed militias near Syria's border with Iraq, a London-based watchdog said on Monday.

Joyous families give tearful welcome to Punjab youth stranded in Iraq on return from Iraq

PHAGWARA: It was a joyous moment with tearful eyes of happiness for the families of all seven Youths who returned back from Iraq and arrived at their native places on Sunday. The Youths arrived at Phillaur first and talking to media in the presence of SAD MLA Baldev Singh Khaira  in Phillaur here today,They while narrating the tale of their sufferings said they will not ever think about going abroad to earn their livelihood. Khaira said he will raise the issue of fake travel agents in coming Vidhan Sabha session scheduled to begin from August 2. He urged the Government to take solid steps to bring the fake agents behind the bar and to act for returning back of the money of the youths.

Seven Punjabi youth, stranded in Iraq, returns to India

CHANDIGARH: Seven Punjabi youth, who were stranded in Iraq for eight months after cheated by travel agents, returned to India with the Shiromani Akali Dal's intervention, SAD President Sukhbir Singh Badal said here on Saturday.

Punjabi youth stranded in Iraq to return on July 27: Harsimrat

CHANDIGARH: Union Food Processing Industries Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Monday said that all the seven Punjabi youth, who are stranded in Erbil in Iraq for the last eight months after being duped by a travel agent, would return to their homeland on July 27.

India condemns killing of Turkish diplomat in Erbil

NEW DELHI:  India on Thursday condemned an attack in Erbil, the capital of Iraq's Kurdistan region, in which a Turkish diplomat was killed in a restaurant alongwith an Iraqi national.

Oil prices rise ahead of OPEC, allies meeting

NEW YORK:  Oil prices rose slightly on Thursday, as investors looked to an output cut deal to be extended between the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies during an upcoming meeting next week.

Threats to US would mean Iran's end, warns Trump

WASHINGTON:  US President Donald Trump has asked Iran "never to threaten" the US and warned Tehran that if it wants a fight, it would be "the official end" of the Islamic nation.

Terror Trail-I: Lashkar's grand plot in Lanka, B'desh & Maldives

India's deep state is well versed in the art of intelligence warfare. Its human intelligence-led inputs to the Sri Lankan establishment, though unutilised, showed that they were on top of their game. India has been tracking the National Thowheed Jamaat (NTJ) for sometime now. New Delhi moved with great alacrity passing on direct actionable intelligence in the weeks and days leading up to the Easter Sunday bombings. And this happened from material accessed during interrogations of an ISIS suspect arrested in India.

Iraqi PM to visit Saudi Arabia to boost ties

BAGHDAD:  Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Tuesday said he will visit Saudi Arabia on Wednesday to promote bilateral relations.

Air India saves time, fuel as Pakistan opens some airspace

NEW DELHI:   With Pakistan opening its airspace partially from Thursday, national passenger carrier Air India has started saving on time and fuel for its US and Europe-bound flights, said an airline official on Saturday.

Republican Senator raped while serving in military

WASHINGTON: A Republican Senator has revealed that she had been "preyed upon and raped" by a superior officer while she served in the military.

Trump agrees on keeping US troops in Syria

WASHINGTON:  US President Donald Trump has responded to lawmakers that he fully agrees on keeping US forces in Syria, the media reported.

Tulsi Gabbard doesn't regret 2017 meeting with Assad

WASHINGTON: Tulsi Gabbard, the first Hindu Congresswoman, has said that she does not regret her 2017 meeting with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who has been accused of using chemical weapons to attack civilians in his country's years-long civil war.

US official says withdrawal from Syria has begun

BAGHDAB: After days of conflicting statements about a timeline for US President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out American troops from Syria, a US military official said Friday that the withdrawal process has begun, declining to comment on specific timetables or movements.

First Hindu in US Congress, Tulsi Gabbard, to run for President

NEW YORK:  The race for UnS presidency in next year's election is likely to see a Hindu representative and a senator of part-Indian-American descent vying for the Democratic Party's nomination.

Pompeo in Baghdad on unannounced visit

BAGHDAD: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a surprise visit to Baghdad on Wednesday to meet Iraqi leaders as a part of an extensive tour of the Middle East in a bid to reassure its allies of Washington's commitment to the region, Iraqi state television reported.

Iraq hints at bigger role in Syria after US withdrawal

BAGHDAD: Iraq’s prime minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Sunday that top security officials from Baghdad had met Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus, and hinted at a bigger Iraqi role fighting Islamic State militants as U.S. troops withdraw from Syria.

Trump to slow down US withdrawal from Syria, says top Republican

WASHINGTON:  A senior Republican senator has said President Donald Trump has agreed to reevaluate, for now, his plans to immediately withdraw all US troops from Syria as he had promised to finish the job of destroying the Islamic State in the war-torn country.

People buying boats on Facebook to reach Britain illegally: Report

LONDON: Smugglers and migrants are using Facebook to buy boats for crossing the Channel from the French port city of Calais to come to Britain, The Telegraph reported.


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