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    37 killed in Turkish plane crash in Kyrgyzstan

    The Boeing 747 crashed near the Manas airport outside Bishkek at around 7:30 a.m. local time (0130 GMT) as it was attempting to land in poor visibility because of dense fog on Monday.

    West Asia
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    Saudi Arabia closing in on $2.1 billion warship deal seen as trouble

    They claim the sale would be illegal under international law and accuse the oil-rich kingdom of carrying out war crimes in its military campaign in Yemen, which has killed thousands of civilians.

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    Indian elite security unit soldier kills four colleagues

    The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) soldier fired indiscriminately at four senior officers at the barracks in Aurangabad district in eastern India's Bihar state before trying to flee. 

    South Asia
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    Will head Muslim alliance on 3 conditions:Sharif

    Former Pak Army Chief General (retd) Raheel Sharif has put forth three conditions to assume the command of a 39-nation Islamic military alliance, a retired army officer claimed today.

    South Asia
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    Amnesty calls for release of Nigerian Muslim leader

    Amnesty International on Monday urged Nigeria to comply with a court ruling to release a pro-Iran cleric and hundreds of his supporters, as a deadline for them to be freed loomed.

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    France warns Trump against recognising Jerusalem as Israeli capital

    France warned of “serious consequences” on Sunday if Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as Israel’s capital as representatives from 70 countries met in Paris to try to revive stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts.

    World
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    US troops enter Poland to counter Russia

    Around 3,500 US troops have arrived in Poland, one of the largest deployments of US forces in Europe since the end of the Cold War in 1991, sparking immediate anger from Russia.

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    Ban returns to South Korea after hinting at presidency run

    Retired UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon returned to South Korea on Thursday as momentum builds around his possible run in elections to succeed impeached President Park Geun-Hye.

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    Indian Court’s Ban on Identity Politics Ruling Will Benefit Hindu Nationalists

    It is clear that the aim of the Indian Supreme Court in its recent ruling to prevent political parties from invoking religion, caste or language for electoral gains was to eliminate a protracted problem.

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    Why Arab Countries Should Follow The Iranian Role Model

    The interminably arrogant Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu now has the audacity to challenge the agreement reached by the six powers with Iran on its nuclear program.

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    Why the West is terrified of Muslims reading History…

    It is this fundamental question which cuts to the very heart of a global Muslim awakening. It is this question which explains why Western powers are currently murdering their way across the Muslim world.

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    Why don’t refugees just stay in Turkey or Greece? We asked them

    The European Commission has decided to start returning migrants from other European countries back to Greece, lifting a ban on the practice that was put in place in 2011.

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    Bollywood veteran actor Om Puri dies of heart attack

    Veteran actor Om Puri, who gave countless memorable performances in movies of diverse genres, died at his residence here on Friday morning after a massive heart attack.

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    Iran picks 'The Salesman' for 2017 Oscars

    After comprehensive deliberations and further discussions on the five shortlisted films, a strong majority of the board chose The Salesman to compete in Best Foreign Language film in 2017.

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    Why India cannot win wars against its neighbours

    Let alone China, India cannot even win a war against Pakistan. And this has nothing to do with the possession of nuclear weapons – the roles of nuclear and conventional weapons are separate in the war planning of India.

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    Why is Aamir Khan not called a 'superstar', but SRK and Salman are?

    Why has Aamir been the most under-rated of the three Khans? There is no doubt that in terms of press coverage, paparazzi and scrutiny, both Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan beat Aamir hands down.

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    Lindsay Lohan may have converted to Islam. Because of course.

    Over the weekend, the convert formally known as LiLo changed her Instagram bio to “Alaikum salam,” an Arabic greeting that translates to “and unto you peace.” This greeting falls under the umbrella of proper Islam.

    Lifestyle
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    Asia drives rise in 2016 world tourism numbers: UN

    The number of international tourists rose by four percent worldwide to 1.2 billion in 2016 as Asians travelled more, but security fears hit visitor arrivals in Europe, the World Tourism Organization (WTO) said on Tuesday

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    Air India ranked third-worst airline in the world

    Indian national flag-carrier Air India has been named the world’s third-worst airline in a list by aviation insights company FlightStats. The 10 worst airlines of 2016.

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    Smoking costs $1 trillion, soon to kill 8 million a year: WHO/NCI study

    Smoking costs the global economy more than $1 trillion a year, and will kill one third more people by 2030 than it does now, according to a study by the World Health Organization and the US National Cancer Institute.

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    China launches new electronic intelligence naval ship

    China's Navy has launched a new electronic reconnaissance ship, state media said on Thursday, the latest addition to an expanding fleet and as Beijing's new assertiveness to territorial claims in the South China Sea.

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    Pakistan fires 'first submarine-launched nuclear-capable missile'

    Pakistan fired its first submarine-launched cruise missile on Monday, the military said, a show of force for a country that sees its missile development as a deterrent against arch-foe India.

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    India to launch 100 satellites at one go next month

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch a record 103 satellites at one go, using its launch vehicle PSLV-C37, in the first week of February, while Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pet South Asian.

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    Facebook Safety Check triggers false Bangkok bomb scare

    Facebook spa­­r­ked fear and anger among Thailand’s social media users after its Safety Check feature triggered a false bomb alert in Bangkok.The check-in feature all­o­ws users to signal to friends.

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    Birdbath, food or water? How to attract your favourite birds to your garden

    This summer, when a rainbow lorikeet or kookaburra comes to visit your home, what will you do? Will you offer them a slice of apple, or simply watch until they take flight?

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    Scientists closer to solving mystery of Earth's core

    Japanese scientists say that silicon is likely the mystery element in the Earth’s inner core, claiming progress on solving one of the planet’s deepest secrets.

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    Pakistani-American doctor wins Nato Scientific Achievement Award 2016

    A Pakistani-American doctor has won the “Scientific Achievement Award 2016” from the Nato Science and Technology Organization (STO) for his extra-ordinary performance in research .

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    Indian-American develops safer allergy test, wins $15,000

    An Indian-American student, along with his team-mate, has won USD 15,000 at an innovative and entrepreneurial skills competition here for developing a safer and more-effective allergy skin test.

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    Kazakhstan: China-focused dating agency sparks anger

    A curious advertisement popped up on Facebook a few days, appealing to women in Kazakhstan in search of a prospective husband: “An elite group of bachelors is coming to Astana from Beijing to make new friends.

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    Indian teen stripped, has head shaved on train for stealing bag

    The girl was sent to judicial custody on Tuesday after facing court. GRP filed complaints passengers made against the girl, along with one from the Ticket Train Examiner (TTE) who made complaints against the passengers.

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    US man jailed for 22 years for stealing TV remote

    Eric Bramwell, 35, was found guilty in November and sentenced in January to 22 years imprisonment. He stole the remote in August 2015 from the common area of an apartment complex in Wheaton, Illinois.

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    Crazy in love: Suspect kills man so he could marry his wife

    The Police in Pakistan’s Islamabad arrested a suspect who gunned down a man in early December of last year on the complaint of the victim’s wife, Sabzi Mandi for allegedly killing Faizullah.

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