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  1. Tensions escalate in Syrian airspace as Russia vows to treat US jets as ‘targets’

    06.19 / 13:52 newsmobile.asia Newsmobile.asia - Gadgets
    Russia has stated on Monday that it will treat any US warplanes operating in Syrian air space as ‘targets’ after a US F-18 fighter shot down a Syrian army SU-22 jet on Sunday. Russia’s defence ministry has also suspended the US-Russia hotline that was established to prevent confrontations between the air forces of the two…
  2. Suicide bombers kill 16 in Nigeria’s Borno state

    06.19 / 12:19 newsmobile.asia Newsmobile.asia - Gadgets
    As many as 16 people have been killed and many injured when suicide bombers simultaneously blew themselves up in different locations in Nigeria’s Borno state on Monday. ALSO READ: Congress a ‘special purpose vehicle’ used to gain independence: Amit Shah The first suicide bomber detonated himself near a mosque, killing seven persons. The second detonated himself […
  3. PM Modi’s Netherlands visit to boost economic relations

    06.19 / 11:46 newsmobile.asia Newsmobile.asia - Gadgets
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the Netherlands on June 27, 2017 on a working visit. The visit assumes significance as India and the Netherlands are celebrating 70 years of the establishment of diplomatic relations this year. Netherlands Foreign Minister Bert Koenders visited India in May in preparation for the Prime Minister’s visit. In The…
  4. Brexit negotiations formally begins in Brussels

    06.19 / 09:22 newsmobile.asia Newsmobile.asia - Gadgets
    Negotiations for Britain’s exit from the European Union have formally begun in Brussels on Monday. Brexit Secretary David Davis will meet Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier to begin discussions to set the terms of Britain’s exit. The meeting on Monday will be followed with a Brexit Summit on Thursday and Friday, where Theresa May will…
  5. Invisible fingerprint scanners could be coming to new flagships

    06.19 / 06:55 newsmobile.asia Newsmobile.asia - Gadgets
    As speculation grows about the upcoming flagships from Apple and Samsung, one feature that seems to be popping up is the invisible fingerprint scanner. The new innovation will see the scanners being integrated into the displays of smartphones, thereby making larger displays in smaller frames possible. While Apple’s iPhone 8 and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8…
  6. Meditation, yoga cut risk of cancer, depression by reversing DNA

    06.19 / 06:22 newsmobile.asia Newsmobile.asia - Gadgets
    For a healthy body in the long run, practising mind-body interventions (MBIs) such as meditation, yoga and Tai Chi daily reduces risk of depression and cancer by reversing the molecular reactions in DNA, suggests a study. Researchers from the universities of Coventry and Radboud, through 18 studies — featuring 846 participants over 11 years —…
  7. President Macron’s party secures majority in French parliamentary polls

    06.19 / 06:22 newsmobile.asia Newsmobile.asia - Gadgets
    French President Emmanuel Macron‘s year-old party Republique en Marche (Republic on the Move, LREM) has secured a huge majority on Sunday in legislative polls. Macron who became France’s youngest-ever president just over a month ago led his party to victory, crushing the traditional parties that had dominated French politics for decade. Macron’s party, along with…
  8. Two feared dead in Finsbury Park terror attack; one arrested

    06.19 / 03:58 newsmobile.asia Newsmobile.asia - Gadgets
    Third terror attack in a row strikes London streets as a man jumped out of a van and stabbed at least a person. The Muslim Council of Britain has confirmed that worshippers leaving Finsbury Park Mosque were targeted when a van ran into them, adding: ‘Our prayers are with the victims.’ Van driver of finsbury [&#…
  9. Saudi bombing kills 24 in Yemen’s al-Moshnaq market

    06.18 / 14:34 newsmobile.asia Newsmobile.asia - Gadgets
    At least 24 people were killed after Saudi warplanes bombed a bustling marketplace in Yemen‘s extreme north-west, local media reports said on Sunday. According to reports, the aircraft hit the al-Moshnaq market in Sa’ada province’s Shada’a District late Saturday night. ALSO READ: Portugal forest fires claim at least 57 lives The death toll could rise as …