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India declines comment on NASA's anti-satellite criticism

Apr 3, 2019

India has declined comment on a statement by U.S. space officials that India's recent antisatellite test has created debris that could threaten the International Space Station

India election body struggles with scale of fake information

Apr 3, 2019

Rumors and fake images abound on social media days before Indians begin to vote in general elections, and some observers say the Election Commission should have been better prepared

Iran says US sanctions impede flood rescue operations

Apr 2, 2019

Iran says US sanctions are impeding flood rescue efforts, while US blames disaster on the Iranian government's own 'mismanagement'

Egyptian official says province to ban single use plastics

Apr 2, 2019

Egyptian province and major tourist destination to ban disposable plastics, from single use straws to plastic bags

India's main opposition Congress party releases manifesto

Apr 2, 2019

India's main opposition Congress party led by Rahul Gandhi has released its election manifesto ahead of a multiphase general election that begins April 11

Pakistan, India trade fire in disputed Kashmir: 7 people die

Apr 2, 2019

Pakistan, India again trade fire in disputed Kashmir, leaving 7 people dead in new, dangerous escalation

Rare glimpse into Saudi Aramco shows $111 billion net profit

Apr 1, 2019

Rating agency Moody's says Saudi Aramco posted $111 billion in net profit, giving a rare glimpse into the state-owned firm's finances

Bangladesh police arrest building owners over fatal blaze

Mar 31, 2019

Police in Bangladesh's capital have arrested two of the owners of a commercial complex that caught fire last week, killing 26 people and injuring about 70

The Latest: Opposition hopes make stand in Istanbul, Ankara

Mar 31, 2019

Voters in Turkey are electing mayors for 30 large cities, and a main battleground for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's party appears to be in the capital, Ankara

Turkish voters go to polls in critical municipal elections

Mar 31, 2019

Turkish citizens have begun casting votes in municipal elections that are seen as a barometer of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's popularity amid a sharp economic downturn.

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