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Taliban attack Kabul airport as Afghan poll audit starts

Taliban attack Kabul airport as Afghan poll audit startsKABUL: Explosions and gunfire rang out as the Taliban attacked Kabul airport Thursday in the militants´ latest attempt to steal the initiative with the country in the grip of a presidential power struggle.The overnight attack on an airport outbuilding, which ended after four assailants were killed by security forces or blew themselves up, came ahead of an audit of ballot papers from last month´s presidential run-off election.Some 23,000 ballot boxes are being transported by the

Israel warns 100,000 Gazans to flee their homes

JERUSALEM  Israel on Wednesday warned 100,000 Gazans to flee their homes, as the military intensified its nine-day air campaign after Hamas snubbed an Egyptian ceasefire effort.As the punishing Israeli military operation resumed pace, Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas was to travel to Egypt and Turkey in search of regional support for an immediate end to the fighting after an earlier attempt at a truce collapsed.So far, the Israeli air campaign has killed 205 Palestinians, while

Indian govt. says it has nothing to do with Vaidik-Saeed meeting

Indian govt. says it has nothing to do with Vaidik-Saeed meetingNEW DELHI: The turmoil over the meeting of a journalist with terror mastermind Hafiz Saeed on Tuesday stalled Parliament for the second consecutive day, with Government stating it has nothing to do with it and terming it as "diplomatic misadventure of a private individual".Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha saw disruptions as soon as the two Houses met for the day, with opposition Congress seeking suspension of Question Hour to get government's response over the "serious" matter.According to reports, Ved Pratap

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