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Pakistan rescues thousands as floods hit southern Sindh <strong>province</strong>

Pakistan rescues thousands as floods hit southern Sindh province

19 Sep 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan's disaster management agency says rescuers have evacuated thousands of people stranded in parts of the country's south after being hit by floods.

Pakistan's disaster management agency,   National Disaster Management Agency,   Ahmad Kamal,   southern Sindh province ,  
Two killed, many injured in explosions in China's Xinjiang

Two killed, many injured in explosions in China's Xinjiang

22 Sep 2014

Beijing: At least two people were killed and several others injured in a series of explosions in China's restive Muslim-dominated Xinjiang province. Explosions hit at least three locations in Xinjiang's Luntai County on Sunday evening, a news portal, run by the regional government, said in a short report.

China,   China explosion,   Xinjiang province,   Terrorism attacks,   East Turkestan Islamic Movement,   ,  
15 killed in US-led air strikes in Syria

15 killed in US-led air strikes in Syria

23 Sep 2014

Damascus: At least seven fighters of the Al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front and eight civilians were killed on Tuesday in the US-led air strikes against the positions of the extremist groups in the countryside of the northwestern province of Idlib in Syria, according to the oppositional Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

Damascus,   Al Qaeda,   Nusra Front,   eight civilians,   US-led air strikes,   extremist groups,   northwestern province,   Idlib,   Syria,   oppositional Syrian Observatory,   Human Rights,  
Three AQAP militants killed in US drone strike

Three AQAP militants killed in US drone strike

09 Aug 2013

Sana'a: A US drone strike killed at least three suspected Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) militants in Yemen's Hadramout province on Thursday.

AQAP militants,   US drone strike,   Arabian Peninsula militants,   US drone attacks in Yemen,   Hadramout province,  
Thai woman with world’s biggest hands can barely lift them

Thai woman with world’s biggest hands can barely lift them

05 Sep 2014

London: A woman from Thailand’s Surin Province is believed to have the world’s biggest hands that weigh half a stone each.

Thai woman,   Surin Province,   Duangjay Samaksamam,   Macrodystrophia Lipomastosa,   largest hands,  
Syrian troops kill 20 rebels

Syrian troops kill 20 rebels

06 Sep 2014

Damascus: At least 20 armed rebels were killed on Saturday when troops targeted the opposition fighters' positions in the country's southern province of al-Qunaitera, media reported.

Syria,   Syrian troops,   Damascus,   al-Qunaitera,   militants,   southern province,   militant groups,  
China executes 8 militants from Xinjiang for Tiananmen attack

China executes 8 militants from Xinjiang for Tiananmen attack

24 Aug 2014

Beijing: China has executed eight militants from the restive Xinjiang province including three who masterminded a suicide attack in Tiananmen Square here last year, killing three people and wounding 39 others.

China,   militants from Xinjiang province,   suicide attack in Tiananmen Square,  
Powerful earthquake rattles China, 381 killed; around 2,000 injured

Powerful earthquake rattles China, 381 killed; around 2,000 injured

04 Aug 2014

Beijing: The toll from the 6.5-magnitude devastating earthquake that jolted southwest China's Yunnan province has now risen to over 380. The massive quake left a trail of destruction with more than 12,000 houses toppled and 30,000 damaged.

Earthquake,   earthquake in China,   China earthquake,   Yunan province,   earthquake in Yunan province ,  
Tamil National Alliance delegation meets Sushma Swaraj

Tamil National Alliance delegation meets Sushma Swaraj

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A delegation of Tamil National Alliance (TNA), which rules Jaffna Province of Sri Lanka, on Friday called on External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and said India can play a major role in resolving the ethnic Tamil problem in the island nation.

Tamil National Alliance,   Jaffna Province,   Sri Lanka,   External Affairs Minister,   Sushma Swaraj,   ,  
16 killed in Philippines in Islamist militants' attack

16 killed in Philippines in Islamist militants' attack

28 Jul 2014

Manila: At least 16 people were killed and 13 injured on Monday in an ambush staged by members of the militants group Abu Sayyaf in the Philippines, an official said.

16 killed,   Philippines,   Islamist militants' attack,   Manila,   Sulu province,   Abu Sayaff,   Talipao town,  

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