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    Erdogan says Turkey will open embassy in East Jerusalem

    Istanbul: Turkey will open an embassy in East Jerusalem, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday, days after leading calls at a summit of Muslim leaders for the world to recognise it as the capital of Palestine. 

    “God willing, the day is close when officially, with God’s permission, we will open our embassy there,” Erdogan said in a speech, maintaining his fierce criticism of the United States’ decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.


    Islamic State claims Pakistan church attack: Amaq news agency

    Cairo: Islamic State claimed an attack on a church in the Pakistani city of Quetta on Sunday which killed at least five people, the group’s Amaq news agency said in an online statement. 

    It said two Islamic State members had carried out the attack but provided no evidence for the claim.


    Major fire in chemical unit in Navi Mumbai

    Thane: A major fire broke out in a chemical unit in Turbhe node of neighbouring Navi Mumbai today, a Fire official said.

    The blaze started at the unit, located in TTC area, at around 5 PM. At least six fire tenders have been rushed to the spot to douse the fire, the official said without elaborating. Further details are awaited.


    Draupadi world's first feminist: Ram Madhav

    Panaji: BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav on Sunday said that Pandava queen Draupadi was the "first feminist in the world".  "Draupadi was the first feminist in the world. She had five husbands; she won't listen to any of the five.

    She only listened to (Lord) Krishna, who was a friend. But we never call her promiscuous," Madhav said at the one-day Indic festival here. He said Draupadi was "singularly responsible" for the Mahabharata war that led to the killing of 18 lakh persons on the battlefield. The war resulted from Draupadi's stubbornness, said Madhav, who has a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh background.


    Palestinian billionaire Masri released by Saudis, to leave country soon, sources close to family say

    Amman: Jordan’s most influential businessman, the Palestinian billionaire Sabih al-Masri, returned to his home in Riydah after being detained by Saudi authorities and is expected to be allowed to leave the country soon, sources close to the family said on Sunday. 

    Masri’s detention, which follows the biggest purge of the Saudi kingdom’s affluent elite in its modern history, has sent shockwaves through business circles in Jordan and the Palestinian territories, where the billionaire has major investments. A Saudi citizen of Palestinian origin, Masri is also the chairman of Amman-based Arab Bank, one of the Middle East’s largest financial institutions. He was detained last Tuesday hours before he was planning to leave after he chaired meetings of companies he owns, sources said.


    US, Russian, Japanese crew blasts off for space station

    A trio of U.S. and Japanese astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut blasted off from Kazakhstan on Sunday for a two-day trip to the International Space Station, a NASA TV broadcast showed. 

    Commander Anton Shkaplerov of Roscosmos and flight engineers Norishige Kanai of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and Scott Tingle of NASA lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome at 1:21 p.m. local time (0721 GMT/0221 EST).


    Saudi Aramco has supplied 1 million barrels of crude to Egyptian refineries in November, December - Minister

    Cairo: Saudi Aramco, the world’s largest oil producer, has supplied 1 million barrels of crude oil to Egyptian refineries, Egypt’s Petroleum Minister Tarek El Molla told Reuters on Sunday. 

    Egypt and Saudi Arabia will be studying the economic feasibility of continuing to refine Saudi crude in Egyptian refineries by the start of 2018, El Molla said. Saudi Arabia agreed in April last year to provide Egypt with 700,000 tonnes of refined oil products a month for five years.



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