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How ragtag militia in sandals came to take on global powers

Abdul Malik al-Houthi, enigmatic leader of Yemen's Houthi fighters, created the defiant force challenging world powers from a ragtag militia in sandals.Al-Houthi established a...

West Asia is outraged; Saudi in a ‘tight spot’

Many in West Asia, including some US allies, condemned the American-led airstrikes against Houthi targets in Yemen on Friday and warned that they risked...

US provoked by ‘reckless’ Houthi attacks, Biden says on strikes

President Joe Biden, who has sought for three months to avoid escalating the war in the Middle East, said on Thursday night that he...

Who was Abdul Salam Bhuttavi, Hafiz Saeed’s deputy and key planner of Mumbai terror attacks

NEW DELHI: Abdul Salam Bhuttavi was a founding member of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), a terrorist organization based in Pakistan that is responsible for several attacks...

‘Nikki Haley tops Ron DeSantis for first time in Iowa poll’

NEW DELHI: A recent survey conducted in Iowa reveals that former President Donald Trump continues to hold a significant lead among Republican voters as...

The US relationship with China faces a test as Taiwan elects a new leader

Washington's relationship with Beijing will face its biggest test since the leaders of the two countries met in November, as the United States seeks...

Why Papua New Guinea declared a state of emergency: All you need to know about it

NEW DELHI: Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister, James Marape, announced a state of emergency on Thursday, following a devastating outbreak of rioting that led...

Massive 7.6 earthquake shifts Japan coastline by over 800 feet, satellite images reveal

NEW DELHI: On January 1, 2024, a powerful 7.6-magnitude earthquake struck Japan, causing remarkable changes to the coastline of the Noto Peninsula. This seismic...

Britain to hike funds for Ukraine to buy drones, Sunak visits Kyiv

LONDON: British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak travelled to Kyiv on Friday to announce an increase in military funding to help Ukraine purchase new military...

2,000-year-old bullet with Julius Caesar’s name unearthed, reveals new clues in Roman Civil war

NEW DELHI: A 2,000-year-old lead bullet, inscribed with what appears to be the name of Julius Caesar and an unidentified ancient city, was discovered...

Bomb threat reported at home of Donald Trump fraud trial judge

On Thursday morning, police in Long Island were called to address a bomb threat at the residence of Judge Arthur Engoron, who is overseeing...

‘Bat symbol’ case: Chief Justice of Pakistan says SC ‘won’t take over’ election commission’s job

ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Qazi Faez Isa on Friday said that the Supreme Court would not "take over" the job of the...

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