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Sydney eases more COVID-19 curbs as vaccinations pass milestone

SYDNEY: Thousands of children returned to school in Sydney on Monday after months of home learning as Australia's largest city, buoyed by rising vaccination...

Myanmar opposition welcomes ASEAN’s junta snub, wants summit invite

Myanmar's shadow government, formed by opponents of ruling military, welcomed on Monday the exclusion of junta leader Min Aung Hlaing from an upcoming regional...

New Zealand PM Ardern extends COVID-19 lockdown in Auckland

WELLINGTON: New Zealand Prime Minster Jacinda Ardern said on Monday that the country's biggest city Auckland will remain in lockdown for another two weeks...

Pakistan to appoint head of spy agency within week

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's interior minister said on Saturday that matters relating to the appointment of the new head of Inter-Services Intelligence, the country's premier intelligence...

Eyeing Russia, US defense chief heads to Black Sea region

WASHINGTON: US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin headed to the Black Sea region Sunday aiming to shore up alliances with countries pressured by Russia and...

For Afghans fleeing Taliban rule, experience of Syrian refugees in Scandinavia is a cautionary tale

STOCKHOLM: Of the millions of Syrians displaced by civil war since 2011, a significant minority has managed to reach Europe, escaping not only violence...

Landslides, floods kill at least 25 in southwest India

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, India: At least 25 people have died in landslides and floods triggered by heavy rains in southwestern India, officials said Sunday, as rescuers...

Japan PM says Fukushima wastewater release cannot be delayed

TOKYO: Japan's new prime minister on Sunday said the planned mass disposal of wastewater stored at the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant cannot be delayed,...

US and Canadian warships sailed through Taiwan Strait last week

TAIPEI: A US and a Canadian warship sailed through the Taiwan Strait late last week, the American military said on Sunday, at a time...

British MP’s killer was referred to counter-terrorism scheme: Reports

LEIGH-ON-SEA: The attacker who fatally stabbed British lawmaker David Amess was referred to an official counter-terrorist scheme for those thought to be at risk...

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