MOSUL, Iraq U.S.-backed Iraqi forces pushed deeper into western Mosul on Sunday, aiming to capture a bridge across the Tigris which would link the city's government-held eastern bank with the ongoing offensive against remaining militants in the west. | Video
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DUBAI Iran launched naval drills at the mouth of the Gulf and the Indian Ocean on Sunday, a naval commander said, as tensions with the United States escalated after U.S President Donald Trump put Tehran "on notice".
JAKARTA A pressure cooker bomb exploded in the courtyard of a government building in the Indonesian city Bandung on Monday, police said, adding that the attacker had been shot and seriously wounded.
BUCHAREST Thousands protested in the Romanian capital Bucharest on Sunday against the Social Democrat government that tried to weaken a crackdown on corruption earlier this month.
MANILA Philippine police are ready to resume President Rodrigo Duterte's war on the drugs trade which had returned to the streets, the police chief said on Monday, a month after Duterte halted police operations, labelling the force "rotten to the core".
SANTIAGO At least three people are dead and 19 others missing after heavy rains struck Chile over the weekend during the country's usually dry summer months, causing mudslides and water outages in the South American nation, officials said on Sunday.
Feb 27 Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening up 37 points at 7,280 on Monday, according to financial bookmakers. * The UK blue chip index closed 0.4 percent down on Friday, with lenders Standard Chartered and RBS among the biggest fallers. * LSE/DEUTSCHE BOERSE: London Stock Exchange said its proposed merger with Deutsche Boerse AG was unlikely to be approved by the European Commission, leaving the stock market operators' third attempt at combining on the brink