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EU, US urge Turkey restraint amid PKK onslaught

ISTANBUL - Europe and the United States on Tuesday urged Turkey to show a "proportionate response" in the face of daily attacks by Kurdish militants amid growing concern over the scale of Ankara s air campaign against the rebels.Two more Turkish soldiers were killed in the latest assault blamed on Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants, as Ankara pressed on with a relentless air campaign against hideouts in northern Iraq.Ankara is waging a two-pronged cross-border "anti-terror"

Head of Taliban’s Qatar office quits as leadership rift deepens

Head of Taliban’s Qatar office quits as leadership rift deepensKabul: The head of the Taliban´s Qatar-based political office has stepped down, a statement said, a high-profile resignation within leadership ranks highlighting growing discord over the movement´s recent power transition.Mullah Akhtar Mansour was announced as the new Taliban chief on Friday after the insurgents confirmed the death of Mullah Omar, who led the militant movement for some 20 years.But splits immediately emerged between Mansour

At least 180 dead, a million displaced in India floods

KOLKATA: Floods from days of torrential rain have now claimed at least 180 lives in India with one million people sheltering in relief camps after fleeing surging waters, officials said Tuesday.Rivers have burst their banks, hitting thousands of villages in parts of West Bengal as well as northeastern Manipur state, where roads and bridges have been cut and communications were patchy.Most of those 180 died from drowning, while at least four people have been killed in a

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