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HOUSTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared a stage and showered each other with praise on Sunday at a "Howdy, Modi!" rally attended by upward of 50,000 people, a rare mass showing for a foreign leader on American soil.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed on Thursday his country's full support to Saudi Arabia following last weekend attacks on the kingdom's oil facilities, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - With U.S. President Donald Trump by his side, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will seek to fire up thousands of Indian-American supporters at a rally in Texas on Sunday, shrugging off international criticism over a crackdown in disputed Kashmir.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani government plans to launch specialist media courts sparked a furious backlash on Wednesday from media and rights advocates who said the move was an attack on freedom of speech.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Wednesday that his government would try to revive Afghanistan peace talks that recently broke down between the United States and the Taliban militant group.
MANAGEMENT and Science University (MSU) revisited the fourth edition of its MyCoral series (MyCoral 4.0), a coral propagation programme in the idyllic Perhentian archipelago in Terengganu.
RIYADH (Reuters) - The United States is studying all available options in how it will confront an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities, U.S. Defence Secretary Mark Esper told Saudi Arabia's crown prince in a phone call on Monday, Saudi state news reported.
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia said on Monday that the attack on its oil facilities was carried out with Iranian weapons, according to a preliminary investigation, but stopped short of directly blaming regional foe Iran.
MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - India's crackdown on protests and dissent in Kashmir will drive more of the world's Muslims into extremism, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said during a fiery speech on Friday, in the part of the disputed territory administered by Pakistan.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - More than 200 suspected militants are trying to cross into Indian Kashmir from Pakistan, India's national security adviser said on Saturday, accusing Islamabad of trying to stoke violence in the region.