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Tel Aviv/Sputnik: Israel permits emergency entry of foreign citizens starting Monday, provided certain rules are followed, the country's government said. more
Over 500 people protest in Syria against militant groups : Reconciliation Center

Moscow/Sputnik: Over 500 people attended a protest rally in Syria's Idlib against illegal armed groups, but the demonstration was suppressed by militants, Rear Adm. Alexander Karpov, ...

Pakistan: Lahore-bound train derails near Rohri, 1 dead

Lahore: Several coaches of the Lahore-bound Karachi Express derailed between Mando Dero and Sanghi railway stations near Rohri city of Pakistan on Sunday which left at least one person de ...

Afghanistan: Unknown gunmen leave policewoman wounded

Kabul: Unidentified gunmen shot and wounded a policewoman in southern Helmand province of Afghanistan on Sunday, media reports said on Sunday.

Afghanistan: NDS prosecutor among two killed in Helmand blast

Kabul: At least two people, including a prosecutor, were killed in a blast in Afghanistan's Helmand province on Saturday.

Pakistan: Bomb blast in Sibi town leaves five dead  

Quetta: At least five labourers died in a bomb blast in Pakistan's Sibi town on Friday, media reports said.

Microsoft says China-based cyber attackers accessed its email service servers, Beijing defends itself

IT giant Microsoft recently claimed a group of hackers linked to China hacked into its popular email service that allowed them to gain access to computers.

Buckingham Palace to investigate bullying charges against Megan Markle

London/IBNS: UK's Buckingham Palace has said that it will investigate the claims that Duchess of Sussex Megan Markle bullied royal staff, adding that it was "very concerned" ...

US Capitol beefs up security following threat of new attack on March 4

Washington DC: Security in the US Capitol has been bolstered to counter a possible plot to breach the facility, reports said.

38 protesters killed in Myanmar on Wednesday

Naypyitaw: At least 38 people were killed in Myanmar on Wednesday, prompting the United Nations to call it the bloodiest day since the coup on February 1.