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       HEADLINES: Three of family found dead                                              Home-alone old woman robbed of gold at sword-point                                              Minister falls sick during cabinet meet                                              17 more nurses stranded in Iraq return home                                              Death of woman: Fake exorcist’s aides held                                              Uproar in both Houses over Shiv Sena MPs                                              Bangalore school chairman arrested in child's rape case                                              Minor boy crushes two persons to death                                              Pakistan yet to grant MFN status to India: Govt                                              Millionaire beggar nabbed in Saudi Arabia                                              MH17 black boxes arrive in Britain                                              Gaza bloodbath continues; diplomats scramble for ceasefire                                              C'wealth Games begins today                                              'Messi considered move to Arsenal'                                              Kaumudi Facebook
         Gaza bloodbath continues; diplomats scramble for ceasefire    
GAZA: Bloodbath in Gaza continued unabated today with Israel and Hamas refusing to back down in the conflict that has killed about 650 Palestinians and 31 Israelis, even as US Secretary of State John Kerry held hectic parleys in Jerusalem to broker a ceasefire.

         MH17 black boxes arrive in Britain    
KIEV: The two black boxes of the crashed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 arrived in Britain Wednesday for analysis, Ukraine's investigation commission said.

         Millionaire beggar nabbed in Saudi Arabia    
RIYADH: Police in Saudi Arabia have arrested a beggar, who, it later turned out, has been sitting on a fortune of over $300,000, a media report said Wednesday.

         Mystery shrouds deaths of hundreds of Chinese workers in sleep    
BEIJING: The number of young male workers with no history of health problems who died suddenly in their sleep has risen sharply to 893 in the past decade from 231 in China's central Guangdong province, according to a report.

         Al Qaeda leaders killed in Pakistan's US drone attacks    
ISLAMABAD: The Al Qaeda has said that six of its leaders were killed during US drone attacks in Pakistan's North Waziristan region, media reported Tuesday.

         Mexican posts murder confession on Facebook, held    
MEXICO CITY: A man was arrested in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon after he confessed to murdering his fiance's mother in a Facebook post, officials said.

         UNSC demands ‘unrestricted’ access, probe into MH17 crash    
UNITED NATIONS: The United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution calling for an international investigation into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight (MH17) in eastern Ukraine and demanded that armed groups allow investigators “full and unrestricted” access to the crash site.

         Three foreign advisers killed near Kabul airport    
KABUL: A Taliban suicide bomber detonated himself on Tuesday outside Kabul International Airport, killing three foreign advisers and an Afghan interpreter, police said. The nationalities of the foreign advisers were not immediately clear.

         Ukraine separatists hand over black boxes to Malaysian experts    
DONETSK (Ukraine): The remains of some of the nearly 300 victims of the Malaysia Airlines plane downed over Ukraine were making their way to the Netherlands on Tuesday as a senior Ukrainian separatist leader handed over the plane's black boxes to Malaysian experts.

         North Korea warns US, South Korea against hostilities    
PYONGYANG: North Korea has warned the US and South Korea to stop their reckless and hostile acts or else it will take retaliatory actions. The warning came Sunday as naval forces of the US and South Korea would be conducting a joint drill Monday and Tuesday with Japan in southern waters off the Jeju Island, Xinhua reported.

         Fierce fighting in Gaza, as toll rises to 518    
GAZA: Fierce fighting between Israeli troops and Hamas continued unabated today with both sides showing no signs of backing down in the two-week long conflict that has killed 518 Palestinians, even as the UN Security Council called for an "immediate ceasefire".

         Scientist who died on MH17 brought HIV cure to poor    
LONDON: Dutch clinical virologist Joep Lange - who was among 298 passengers who died in the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 - worked since the early 1990s to deliver HIV drugs deep into the world's poorest countries.

         Israel expands Gaza offensive, death toll spirals towards 400    
GAZA/JERUSALEM: Over 40 Palestinians were killed Sunday in Israel's fiercest attack on Gaza since the start of its offensive 13 days ago, as the death toll in the conflict spiralled towards 400 after the Israeli assault was expanded to pound Hamas targets.

         43 killed in China road accident    
BEIJING: At least 43 people have been killed and six others injured when a lorry carrying flammable liquid collided with a bus on a highway in southern Chinese province of Hunan, media reports said Sunday.

         Ukrainian investigators found 196 bodies at MH17 crash site    
KIEV/KUALA LUMPUR: Ukrainian investigators have found 196 bodies at the crash site where a Malaysian passenger plane carrying 298 people was brought down by a missile in pro-Russia rebels-held eastern part of the country. The Ukrainian State Emergency Service (SES) Sunday said 380 staff were taking part in the search that stretches across 34 sq km of eastern Ukraine.

         MH17 black boxes not found: Ukraine rebel leader    
KIEV: Aleksandr Borodai, the pro-Russian rebel leader in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region, denied on Saturday that black boxes of the Malaysian passenger plane that crashed Thursday had not been found.

         Ukraine accuses rebels of destroying evidence at crash site    
KUALA LUMPUR: Ukraine today accused Russia of helping pro-Moscow rebels of trying to destroy evidence of "international crimes" at MH17 crash site, as Malaysian investigators arrived in Kiev amid calls for access to the area where the jet came down.

         All 298 on board MH17 identified    
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Saturday confirmed the nationalities of all the 298 people on-board flight MH17 which crashed in Ukraine Thursday.

         Gaza death toll passes 300 as UN chief rushes to Middle East    
UNITED NATIONS: Stepping up its offensive, Israeli military killed 26 Palestinians, including eight members of a family, in overnight raids on the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, taking the death toll to more than 300 in the 12-day long conflict that has displaced thousands.

         Obama condemns Russia over plane shooting, gunmen hamper enquiry    
HRABOVE, UKRAINE: U.S. President Barack Obama demanded Russia stop supporting separatists in Ukraine after the downing of a Malaysian airliner by a surface-to-air missile he said was fired from rebel territory raised the prospect of more sanctions on Moscow.

         181 bodies recovered from MH17 crash site in Ukraine    
KUALA LAMPUR: Rescue workers have so far recovered 181 bodies scattered over a vast area in eastern Ukraine even as pro-Russia rebels today said they have recovered the black boxes from the wreckage of the Malaysian plane blown up by a missile, killing all 298 people on board.

         Ukraine rebels admit to downing MH17: report    
KIEV: Pro-Russian separatists have admitting to downing the Malaysia Airlines flight over Ukraine killing 298 people, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) said Friday.

         Flight MH17: Ukraine rebels say they have plane's black boxes    
KIEV: Emergency workers, police officers and even off-duty coal miners — dressed in overalls and covered in soot — searched on Friday through wreckage and bodies scattered over a vast stretch of Ukrainian farmland after a Malaysian jetliner flying high above Ukraine's battlefield was shot from the sky, killing 298 people.

         MH17 passenger expresses flight jitters in video    
KUALA LUMPUR: The last glimpse of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 that crashed Thursday over Ukraine, was captured by Malaysian passenger Md Ali Md Salim moments before departure, a media report said Friday.

         US calls for ‘unimpeded’ probe of downed Malaysian plane    
WASHINGTON/PARIS/KUALA LUMPUR: US President Barack Obama called on Thursday for a "prompt" and "unimpeded" investigation into the downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine. There were 298 people, including 154 Dutch nationals, on board the Malaysia Airlines flight that crashed in strife-torn eastern Ukraine, according to the carrier. None of them were believed to have survived the tragedy.

         Rebel site suggests insurgents shot down Malaysia plane by mistake    
KIEV: A social media site attributed to a top Ukrainian rebel commander said the insurgents had shot down an army transporter at the location where a Malaysia Airlines plane crashed yesterday near the Russian border. The comments by the top military commander of the self-proclaimed "Donetsk People's Republic" suggest the separatists had shot down the Malaysia Airlines plane by mistake, believing it was a large Ukrainian army transport plane.

         Malaysia plane 'shot down' over Ukraine, 295 feared dead    
KAULA LAMPUR: All 295 people on board a Malaysia Airlines plane were feared dead today after the aircraft was reportedly shot down over war-torn eastern Ukraine near the Russian border, nearly four months after the mysterious disappearance of MH370 in the Indian Ocean.

         Major crackdown on paedophiles across Britain; over 600 arrested    
LONDON: Police arrested 660 people, including several doctors, teachers, scout leaders, care workers and former police officers during a nationwide crackdown on paedophile networks in Britain, Asian Lite, a newspaper for the British-Asian communities, reported.

         Hamas-Israel ceasefire starts as Gaza toll hits 227    
GAZA: A five-hour ceasefire came into effect Thursday at 10 a.m. between Israel and the Islamic Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip on a request of the UN even as the toll in Gaza due to Israeli air strikes touched 227

         US, EU impose fresh sanctions on Russia over Ukraine    
WASHINGTON: The US and EU have slapped fresh sanctions on Russia, hitting its finance, military and energy sectors, with President Barack Obama saying the action was taken as Moscow continued its provocative and destabilising actions in Ukraine.

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