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Over 100 Jewish headstones vandalised in US

  New York: The US Police has said that over 100 headstones were vandalised at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia, local media reported. This came less than a week after similar vandalism was reported in Missouri, Xinhua news agency said. The act of deliberate destruction came to light after a man visiting the cemetery called police…

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After-hours trading may boost investor sentiment: Study

  New York: Paying attention to overnight returns — between the time the stock market closes and re-opens the next day — may help investors develop profitable trading strategies, according to a new study. This trading outside of the standard trading hours, uses electronic communication networks to match potential buyers and sellers without using a stock…

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Nokia 3310 comes back to life at MWC (Lead)

  Barcelona: Seventeen years after its debut, the much-awaited Nokia 3310 has been relaunched in an all new revamped look featuring a colour screen at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) here. The device, to be sold under licence by the Finnish start-up HMD Global, is available in four distinctive colours – gloss-finished warm red and yellow,…

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Seven die in Sri Lanka prison bus attack

  Colombo: Seven persons were killed in an attack on a prison bus in southern Sri Lanka on Monday, police said. A criminal gang member, Aruna Udayashantha, was killed in the shooting incident in Kalutara town, Xinhua news agency quoted police as saying. This is the second shooting targeting a prison bus over the past one…

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S.Korean court begins President’s final impeachment hearing

  Seoul: South Korea’s Constitutional Court on Monday began the final hearing in President Park Geun-hye’s impeachment trial for her involvement in a corruption scandal. However, President Park did not appear at the hearing and will instead have her defence attorney read her closing statement, Yonhap News Agency reported. The prosecution’s final argument was made by…

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Mexico warns US over border wall funding

  Mexico City: Mexico has warned the US against imposing a unilateral tax on Mexican imports to finance a border wall, saying it could respond in kind. Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said the government could place tariffs on selected goods from US states reliant on exports to Mexico, BBC reported on Saturday. Earlier, US President Donald…

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Protests in Pakistan village after Indian border guards kill mentally-ill woman

  Islamabad: Protests erupted in a Pakistani village along the border with India after Indian border forces shot dead a mentally-ill woman who had crossed over, the media reported. Rasheeda Bibi, 53, from Sialkot district’s Diawara village was killed by India’s Border Security Force after she lost her way and crossed into the Indian side of…

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Samsung heir grilled again in corruption scandal

  Seoul: The de facto leader of the Samsung Group was called into the special prosecutor’s office on Saturday for additional questioning over his alleged involvement in a high-profile corruption scandal that has rocked the country for the past several months. This marks Lee Jae-yong’s fourth appearance before the special prosecutor since he was arrested for…

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Seoul to raise issue over Pyongyang’s bio-chemical weapons

Seoul: South Korea has decided to raise its voice against North Korea’s possession of biochemical weapons in international meetings, Foreign Ministry officials said Saturday. “The government will bring up the issue of North Korea’s biochemical weapons programmes when top nuclear envoys from South Korea, the US and Japan meet in Washington on Monday (February 27),…

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