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11 January, 2019 6:28 AM US begins withdrawing some military equipment from Syria

United states National Security Advisor John Bolton on Sunday contradicted Trump's decision, saying that Americans troops would remain in Syria until the last remmants of the Islamic State were defeated. Washington: The first US military ground equipment has been withdrawn from Syria, signaling the beginning of the drawdown ordered by President Donald 225

10 January, 2019 6:01 PM Security Guard Administers Glucose Drips To Patient, Video Goes Viral

A security guard at a district hospital in Bengaluru allegedly administered glucose drips to a patient and a video of it has gone viral on the social media. The video shows the security guard handling the glucose bottle and administering it to the patient. Local health department officials said the administration of the Chamarajanagara district hospital 69

10 January, 2019 2:41 PM US Troop Withdrawal From Syria Will Happen, Says Mike Pompeo

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday that a full US troop withdrawal from Syria announced by President Donald Trump last month will go ahead despite widespread criticism. The US top diplomat made his remarks while on a whistlestop tour of the Middle East to address the concerns of regional allies about the surprise pullout plan. "President Trump's 195

10 January, 2019 1:19 PM Congress caused damage to armed forces, made defence sector den of middlemen: PM Modi

The people behind attacks on our defence procurement are often middlemen from the Congress era, PM Modi said. New Delhi: In yet another attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that the Congress has caused deep damage to Indian armed forces citing instances of alleged middleman in the AgustaWestland Chopper scam Christian Michel. "Many people 174

10 January, 2019 10:57 AM Iraqi journalist's body found in Baghdad

Baghdad: Iraqi security forces on Thursday found the body of a journalist in the capital Baghdad, the Interior Ministry said. The body of Samir Ali Shgara, a cameraman assistant who worked for the US-based al-Hurra Iraq, an Arabic-language satellite TV channel, was found near al-Qanat Street with bullet injuries to his head, Ministry sources told Xinhua 137

10 January, 2019 8:10 AM SpiceJet passenger handed over to police at Pune airport for carrying .22 Calibre bullets

PUNE: A passenger was detained on Thursday morning at Pune airport for carrying bullets in his baggage. The passenger was travelling to Bengaluru on a SpiceJet flight when the ammunition was found by the airline's staff in his baggage. SpiceJet's employees found 22 live rounds of .22 caliber bullets at around 4.45 am on Thursday, ANI reported. The passenger 202

10 January, 2019 6:59 AM Mexico Finds 20 Bodies, 17 Of Them Burned, Near US Border

Mexico's Tamaulipas has become one of the most violent states in Mexico, convulsed by gangs fighting to control drug trafficking, extortion rackets and the exploitation of migrants. Mexican authorities discovered 20 bodies on Wednesday, 17 of them burned, near the city of Nuevo Laredo, close to the U.S. border, a security official said. Five burned vehicles 209

10 January, 2019 6:10 AM Donald Trump threatens imposition of national emergency over border wall issue

US President Donald Trump has threatened to impose a national emergency which will empower him to go ahead with his plan to construct a barrier, concrete or steel, along the southern border with Mexico to prevent flow of illegal immigrants into the country. Trump on January 9 said imposing a national emergency is the last option and threatened to use it if the Democrats 139

9 January, 2019 6:05 PM Security cannot be achieved at the expense of others' insecurity: Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif at Raisina Dialogue 2019

NEW DELHI: A country or regions' security cannot be achieved at the expense of insecurity of others, said Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif at the Raisina Dialogue 2019 in New Delhi on Wednesday. “It is high time for the countries in our region, this neighbourhood to abandon two destructive illusions — that security can be bought or imported 163

9 January, 2019 10:29 AM Some US Officials Are "First-Class Idiots", Says Iran's Supreme Leader

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was having a dig at US officials who had predicted there would be regime change in Iran by the end of 2018. Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Wednesday dubbed some US officials "first-class idiots" as he ridiculed them for predicting the collapse of the Islamic Republic. "Some US officials pretend 156