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Uk Says Any Response Over Khashoggi Case Would Be Considered

LONDON – British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said on Friday that allegations regarding the case of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi would be totally unacceptable...

Afghan Election Commissioners Recommend Suspending Kandahar Vote

KABUL – Afghan election commissioners have recommended suspending Saturday’s parliamentary election in the southern province of Kandahar following the...

Hindu Groups Again Block Women From Entering Indian Temple

KOCHI/NEW DELHI – Hundreds of hardline Hindu protesters blocked two women from entering a south Indian hill temple on Friday in a third day of heated protests...

Cameroon Court Rejects All Petitions Calling For Re-run Of Elections

YAOUNDE – Cameroon’s Constitutional Council on Friday rejected the last of 18 petitions calling for the partial or total re-run of an Oct. 7 presidential...

Date For Putins Meeting With North Koreas Kim Being Discussed Ria

MOSCOW – A date for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is being discussed, Russian state news agency RIA cited...

Afghanistan In Shock After Death Of Powerful Police Commander

KABUL/SINGAPOREKABUL/SINGAPORE – The assassination of a powerful police commander has left Afghanistan reeling ahead of parliamentary elections on Saturday and...

Southeast Asia Hails Worlds First Multilateral Air Encounter Code

SINGAPORESINGAPORE – Southeast Asian countries agreed on Friday to guidelines to manage unexpected encounters between their military aircraft, with host Singapore...

Southeast Asia Agrees Guidelines On Air Encounters Terrorism Data Swaps

SINGAPORE – Southeast Asian defense ministers on Friday agreed to a set of guidelines to manage unexpected aerial encounters between their military aircraft, and a...

Mattis Says Too Soon To Say If Afghan Attack Will Affect Ballot

SINGAPORE – It is too soon to say how an attack in Afghanistan that killed a top security chief would affect voter turnout in Saturday’s elections, U.S....

Amnesty International Points To Extrajudicial Killings In Nicaragua

MANAGUA – Human rights organization Amnesty International said on Thursday it had documented at least six “possible extrajudicial executions” in...