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Israel and Saudi Arabia: The relationship emerging into the open Saudi remarks on Israel signal key shift

This kind of public recognition of Israel's right to exist in an area associated with ancient Jewish history is rare from a senior Arab leader


YouTube shooting: Who is Nasim Aghdam? YouTube shooting: Who is Nasim Aghdam?

The police are treating the case as a domestic dispute after finding that the suspect intended on targeting her boyfriend


Lack of playgrounds force urban children to lead confined life Lack of playgrounds force urban children to lead confined life

Like the private schools, most of the government primary schools are confined by walls seeming like prisons. There is no space except classrooms


Winnie Madikizela-Mandela: A life of struggle Winnie Madikizela-Mandela: A life of struggle

During her nearly 38-year marriage to Nelson Mandela, she fought for black majority rule even as she vowed to escape the shadow of the great man


Malala's brief but revealing homecoming to Pakistan Malala's brief but revealing homecoming

The family - Malala, her father Ziauddin Yousafzai, her mother and two brothers - flew in a military helicopter to Mingora on Saturday


"Rohingyas surpass Bhutan’s population in Bangladesh"

“It took Bhutan thousands of years to become Bhutan and this is one ‘Bhutan’ in Bangladesh which has emerged in three months’ time”, Prof Imtiaz says


Moscow official says West is trying to deny Russia World Cup West 'trying to deny Russia World Cup'

The UK has been seeking to punish Russia after accusing it of mounting a nerve agent attack in Britain


India probe after exam leak hits 1.6 million students India exam leak hits 1.6 million students

Police have questioned 32 people over the leaks in mathematics and economics papers which were accessed and spread via WhatsApp before the exam


2 British IS members say hostage beheadings were a Hostage beheadings were a "mistake"

The men are allegedly among 4 British jihadis who made up the IS cell nicknamed "The Beatles" by surviving captives because of their English accents


Power to the people: electricity finally reaches Indian landmark Power to the people: electricity finally reaches Indian landmark

Tourists now can spend more time and money at Elephanta, boosting local businesses and jobs


Does Justin Trudeau apologise too much? Does Justin Trudeau apologise too much?

  Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has so far issued four formal apologies for historic injustice…


Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan for first time since shooting Malala returns to Pakistan for first time

She is expected to hold meetings with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi


I would be killed right away in Bangladesh: Taslima Nasrin I would be killed right away in Bangladesh: Taslima Nasrin

Her newspaper columns explored everyday perils of women and, to a large extent, held Islam responsible for the subjugation of women and their rights


Australia's indigenous languages have one source, study says Australia's languages 'share single source'

The languages are all derived from a mother tongue, known as Proto-Australian, that was spoken about 10,000 years ago


2 Bangladeshis in Forbes' young social entrepreneurs list 2 Bangladeshis in Forbes' young social entrepreneurs list

The two young men are Ayman Sadiq, 26, Chief Executive Officer of 10 Minute School and Sajid Iqbal, 27, Founder of Change

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