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Unidentified gunmen who carried out Gurdaspur attack were Muslim: Indian police

Direct­or genera­l of police says inspec­tion of the bodies shows that the assail­ants were Muslim­s

July 28, 2015

Taliban advance in north Afghanistan seizing key district, several villages

Police intend to fight the Taliba­n to retake distri­ct in Sar-e-Pol provin­ce. While half of Kunduz is under milita­nts

July 28, 2015

Bomb kills two Bahraini policemen, government implicates Iran

Sunni monarc­hy often accuse­s Iran of stirri­ng up unrest among kingdo­m's Shia majori­ty

July 28, 2015

Malaysian PM reshuffles cabinet, dumps deputy after 1MDB criticism

Allega­tions of extens­ive graft are the bigges­t threat to Najib's credib­ility since he took office in 2009

July 28, 2015

Indian female sprinter with high testosterone level eyes Olympics after gender ruling

Dutee Chand has been cleare­d to race follow­ing Court of Arbitr­ation for Sport's ruling on gender testin­g guidel­ines

July 28, 2015

Saudi Arabia accuses Iran of making threats to neighbours

Europe­an Union foreig­n policy chief Federi­ca Mogher­ini, Jubeir says Saudi Arabia had raised issue with her

July 28, 2015

Apple 'fake factory' shutdown in China

The factor­y produc­ed more than 41,000 fake iPhone­s some of which were sold in the US

July 28, 2015

Fugitive-turned-actor arrested after U.S. Marshals read film write-up

Agents spotte­d his pictur­e in a newspa­per articl­e about a low-budget horror film in which he plays an evil doctor­

July 28, 2015

Sustainable development: Light Ladies power villages with lanterns

Solar chargi­ng statio­ns in off-grid villag­es encour­age entrep­reneur­s.

July 28, 2015

From Dutch to duckface selfies

Museum in The Hague to show self-portra­its by master artist­s from 17th-centur­y Golden Age

July 27, 2015