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Social media is helping long-lost relatives discover each other after a lifetime separated by the India-Pakistan border Sadiq Khan (left) and his long-lost younger brother Sikka embrace after meeting for the first time since being separated by Partition in 1947. Photograph: Courtesy of Nasir Dhillon/AFP/Getty Images
A US congressional delegation arrived in Taiwan on Sunday, officials said, days after China held military drills around the island in retaliation for US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit.
Majority of public figures have chosen not to comment on attempt on Indian-born writer’s life Salman Rushdie remains on a ventilator after being attacked on stage in western New York state on Friday. Photograph: Clemens Bilan/EPA
When Kabul fell a year ago, Britain pledged to take in those who would face reprisals for working with UK forces. Instead, thousands are still waiting to find out if they will be able to escape the Taliban’s clutches. They tell May Bulman they feel like they’re simply waiting for death to come
Having been in Kabul to report on the Taliban retaking control of the capital and the country and the evacuation operations that followed last summer, Kim Sengupta speaks to Afghans about that time and what has happened since
U.S. President Joe Biden on Sunday congratulated India on 75 years of independence and said the United States and India were "indispensable partners" that would continue to work together to address global challenges in the years ahead. India will mark its 75th year of independence on Monday, celebrating the end of British colonial rule in 1947. "The United States joins the people of India to honor its democratic journey, guided by Mahatma Gandhi's enduring message of truth and non-violence," Biden said in a statement, referring to the leader of India's independence movement.
Funerals were held in two Cairo churches Sunday evening for 41 victims of a fire that ripped through a Coptic Christian church during Sunday mass, forcing worshippers to jump out of windows.
Monet discussed how it felt playing in a LAN again, how they defeated OG, and their thoughts on the last day of the tournament.
Taliban fighters beat women protesters and fired into the air on Saturday as they violently dispersed a rare rally in the Afghan capital, days ahead of the first anniversary of the hardline Islamists' return to power.
PSG.LGD continue to look absolutely dominant as they now have the Arlington Major championship within reach.
The stunning knife attack on author Salman Rushdie has fanned interest in his works -- above all, "The Satanic Verses," which left him living for years under a looming death threat.
Workers' Party chief Pritam Singh insisted his party remains united and has rallied together after the indictment of former Sengkang GRC MP Raeesah Khan.
Iraq's judiciary said Sunday it lacks the authority to dissolve parliament as demanded by populist Shiite Muslim cleric Moqtada Sadr, who is engaged in an escalating standoff with political rivals.
Only three teams are left in the Dota 2 Arlington Major. Here's how the penultimate day of the tournament went.
Salman Rushdie is on the road to recovery and showing signs of his "feisty and defiant" self, family and friends said Sunday, days after a shocking assault left him on a ventilator with multiple stab wounds.
With Team Spirit's Arlington Major win, the champions of The International 10 must surely be looking towards The International 11 in Singapore with renewed belief.
Israeli police Sunday arrested a suspect in a pre-dawn shooting spree targeting a bus just outside Jerusalem's Old City that wounded eight people, including a pregnant woman and several US citizens.
Argentine grill masters fired up their spits Sunday for the fourth annual Federal Roast Championship in Buenos Aires.
A crowd of people gathers in the Eastern Finnish city of Imatra on a bridge overlooking Imatrankoski rapids, one of the Nordic country's most well-known natural attractions.
The risk of disaster at Europe's largest nuclear plant is "increasing every day", the mayor of the city where it is located told AFP on Sunday, after Ukraine and Russia exchanged blame for fresh shelling around the facility.