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Indian, Pakistani troops exchange fire – Pressure builds on Delhi to retaliate

SRINAGAR, India, Sept 20, (Agencies): Indian and Pakistani troops exchanged fire across their disputed border in Kashmir on Tuesday, two days after a deadly raid …

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New York bombing suspect held – Minnesota stabbings realize terror fears

NEW YORK, Sept 19, (Agencies): An “armed and dangerous” Afghan-born suspect wanted in the weekend bomb attacks in New York and New Jersey was wounded …

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Saudis foil IS plot, arrest 17

RIYADH, Sept 19, (AFP): Saudi Arabia said on Monday it has arrested 17 people from three cells linked to the Islamic State group which planned …

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Pakistan blamed for attack on Kashmir army base – Delhi weighs response to deadly raid

SRINAGAR/NEW DELHI, Sept 19, (RTRS): India stepped up patrols along its de facto border with Pakistan on Monday after gunmen killed 18 soldiers at a …

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DAESH CLAIMS MINNESOTA MALL STABBINGS OF 8 – New York on edge as blast injures 29

NEW YORK, Sept 18, (Agencies): New Yorkers who have endured the Sept 11 attacks and the devastating superstorm of 2012 were generally unperturbed by a …

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29% French Muslims ‘reject’ secular laws

PARIS, Sept 18, (RTRS): Just under 30 percent of France’s 3 to 4 million Muslims reject the country’s secular laws, according to an Ifop poll …

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Kashmir attack kills 17 soldiers – India blames Pakistan

SRINAGAR, India, Sept 18, (Agencies): India directly accused Pakistan of being behind Sunday’s separatist attack on an army base near their disputed frontier that killed …

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RUSSIA, REBELS CAST DOUBTS OVER SYRIA TRUCE – ‘Air strike kills IS propaganda chief’

WASHINGTON, Sept 17, (Agencies): The Pentagon said on Friday that a US-led coalition air strike on Sept 7 killed an Islamic State leader who oversaw …

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Nigeria admits failed Chibok schoolgirls swap deal – New Boko Haram video threatens to kill Nigeria’s president

ABUJA, Sept 17, (Agencies): Nigeria opened negotiations with Boko Haram over the release of the kidnapped Chibok girls last year, but the talks were derailed …

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Militants hungry for caliphate: Duterte – Abu Sayyaf extremists free Norwegian hostage

MANILA, Sept 17, (Agencies): Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Saturday Abu Sayyaf Islamic militants were hungry to establish a caliphate, as he toughens his stance …

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