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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iran has not drawn back to a less threatening military posture in the region following the Sept. 14 attack on Saudi Arabia, the top U.S. admiral in the Middle East told Reuters, suggesting persistent concern despite a lull in violence.
KIEV (Reuters) - At least four crew were killed on Friday when a Ukrainian Antonov-12 cargo airplane made an emergency landing near the western airport of Lviv after disappearing from radar, officials said.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Busts of German dictator Adolf Hitler and other Nazi relics that belonged to a hoard found in a collector's secret hiding place will go on display at the Holocaust Museum in Argentina, where many high-ranking Nazis fled after the end of World War Two.
SEREMBAN: A food delivery man and a security guard have been remanded by the police in the investigations into a case involving a 64-year-old retired aircraft engineer who was cheated of RM551,111.
SEREMBAN: Police have detained two male suspects allegedly involved in a scam in which a 64-year-old retired aircraft engineer was duped of RM551,111.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's military on Tuesday showed off new equipment at a parade in central Beijing to mark 70 years since the founding of the People's Republic, including hypersonic-glide missiles that experts say could be difficult for the United States to counter.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean fighter jets flew a patrol on Tuesday over islands at the centre of a dispute with Japan, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said at an event marking the founding of his country's military, drawing an angry Japanese protest.
BEIJING: Tanks, missiles and fireworks will be the highlight of Beijing’s massive 70th anniversary celebrations for the People’s Republic of China (PRC) today, according to AFP.
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s disaster mitigation agency (BNPB) said it expects forest fires that have been raging through parts of Sumatra island and in Kalimantan on the Indonesian portion of Borneo island will end soon with the arrival of the rainy season.
LONDON (Reuters) - In the two weeks since attacks blamed on missiles or drones shut down half of Saudi Arabia's oil output, the country that has arguably moved most deftly to position itself for any upside is Russia.