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  • At least 174 killed in fight for Libya’s Tripoli: WHO

    Tripoli: At least 174 people have been killed and 758 wounded in the battle for control over the Libyan capital Tripoli, the World Health Organization said Tuesday. Fighting broke out on April…

  • Indian man convicted in Dubai for hacking 15 websites

    Dubai: An Indian man was sentenced to three months in prison followed by deportation for hacking the server of a media company which was responsible for 15 client websites. The Dubai Court…

  • Egypt parliament to vote on extending Sisi rule

    Cairo: Egypt’s parliament, packed with loyalists of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, is to vote Tuesday on changes to the constitution that could keep the former military chief in power until 2030. The…

  • Dubai Gurudwara to hold daily iftar during Ramadan

    Dubai: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) only Sikh temple will host iftar for workers throughout the upcoming month of Ramadan, the chairman of the Guru Nanak Darbar Gurudwara said. The Gurudwara in…

  • NRIs can’t vote online: Indian mission in Dubai

    Dubai:The Indian mission in Dubai has said that non-resident Indians (NRIs) cannot vote online in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. Several Indian expatriates in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have complained that…

  • Nigeria’s Boko Haram raid village near Chibok on kidnapping anniversary

    Kano, Nigeria: Boko Haram militants raided a village near the northeastern Nigerian town of Chibok just as locals marked the abduction of more than 200 schoolgirls five years earlier, vigilantes and residents…

  • Palestinians call off Israeli prison hunger strike

    Ramallah:Palestinian inmates in Israeli jails called off a week-long hunger strike on Monday saying key demands had been met, according to prisoner representatives and official media. Palestinian groups said hundreds of inmates…

  • Madina’s Grand Mosque infested with black crickets

    MADINA: Thousands of black crickets swarms the Al-Masjid an-Nabawi, the mosque of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in the city of Madina. According to Saudi Gazette, the General Presidency for the Prophet’s Mosque Affairs…

  • Egypt’s Sisi meets Libyan strongman Haftar in Cairo: presidency

    Cairo:Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi met Sunday with Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar, whose forces are fighting for control of the capital Tripoli, the presidency said. “The president (Sisi) affirmed Egypt’s support in…

  • Palestinian ministers sworn in again after oath foul-up

    Ramallah: Palestinian government ministers were sworn in for a second time on Sunday after a lawyer noticed that the oath they took the day before had been missing a phrase. Lawyer Nael…

  • Imran Khan to visit Iran

    Tehran: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is expected to visit Iran in the coming months, reported Iranian state agency, Islamic Republic News Agency. Confirming the same, Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mohammad Faisal…

  • Egypt inmates dread noose as executions rise under Sisi

    Cairo: After years of anxiously waiting in cramped prison cells, appointments with the noose can come fast to the many on Egypt’s death row. Leila’s brother Amr was hanged in February. The…

  • More than 8,000 flee Libya fighting: UN

    Geneva:More than 8,000 people have fled fighting around Libya’s capital, half of whom have been displaced over the last two days, the United Nations said Friday. “Displacements from areas affected by the…

  • Taliban announce spring offensive amid Afghan peace push

    Kabul: The Taliban on Friday announced their annual spring offensive, which comes as the US and Afghan politicians try to negotiate a peace settlement with the Islamist militants. Operation Fath — meaning…

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    Saudi Ambassador to India refute claims of funding extremist madrassas or mosques

    NEW DELHI: Saudi Ambassador to India HE Saud bin Mohammed Al-Saty refuted election campaign that claims the Kingdom funds extremist madrassas or mosques. was being routed though Saudi In an interview with…

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