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KABUL (Reuters) - At least 57 members of the Afghan security forces were killed and dozens injured in overnight clashes with Taliban fighters across Afghanistan, security officials said on Monday, in the bloodiest day of fighting since government and insurgent forces began peace talks in Doha over a week ago.
Author and human righst professor Ian Buruma on the state of the “special relationship” between the United States and the United Kingdom.
KUALA LUMPUR: The prosecution in the criminal breach of trust case involving the former Malaysian External Intelligence Organisation (MEIO) chief will be applying at the High Court for the proceedings to be conducted behind closed doors, or in-camera.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Germany has asked for the assistance of the global chemical agency in investigating the alleged poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny with a banned toxic chemical, the Hague-based organisation said in a statement on Thursday.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China expressed on Wednesday (Sept 16) dissatisfaction with and strong opposition to accusations that the Chinese consulate general in Australia and its officials are engaged in infiltration activities as reported by some media, saying this is totally baseless and vicious slander.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. citizen held by Venezuelan authorities on accusations of being an American spy was not sent to Venezuela by the U.S. government, a senior Trump administration official said on Wednesday.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's chief prosecutor Tarek Saab on Monday announced charges of terrorism and weapons trafficking against an alleged U.S. "spy" who was detained last week in the South American country.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The government says it will safeguard the nation’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and national interests including over areas in the South China Sea, by ensuring that patrol activities are conducted by the related enforcement agencies.
Skateboarders, surfers and mountain bikers used to be the target customers for California startup Skydio, a maker of high-end drones that can home in on people and capture their movements on video all by themselves. Now US police officers, firefighters and soldiers are interested in the self-flying machines.