Aditi Rao Hydari Siddhant Chaturvedi Kareena Kapoor Khan, Karisma Kapoor and Amrita Arora Photo: Instagram Varun Dhawan Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber along with a friend. Kangana Ranaut poses for photographs as she attends the promotion of her upcoming Hindi film 'Judgementall Hai Kya', in Mumbai. (AFP) Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan (Instagram) Sidharth Malhotra (L) and Parineeti Chopra pose for a picture during the promotion of their upcoming romantic comedy Hindi film "Jabariya Jodi" in Mumbai. (AFP) Kriti Sanon (L) and Diljit Dosanjh pose during a promotion of their upcoming romantic comedy Hindi film 'Arjun Patiala' in Mumbai. (AFP) Ekta Kapoor Rajkummar Rao Kangana Ranaut
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A bus carrying 52 pilgrims has crashed in the UAE this morning (Tuesday). A statement from Abu Dhabi Police said the pilgrims were on their way back from the Holy City of Makkah - after performing Umrah - to Oman, when the bus they were travelling in hit a metal barrier. The accident happened on Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road. No injuries were reported. The Director of the Department of Traffic of the Outer Region at Abu Dhabi Traffic Police said that first responders immediately reached the site of the accident to rescue the pilgrims, who have been provided with accommodation, meals and drinks until an alternative transportation is arranged.
Iran's foreign minister has for the first time suggested his country's ballistic missile program could be on the table for negotiations with the US - if America stops selling arms to its Gulf allies in the Mideast. Mohammad Javad Zarif's comments came in an NBC News interview that aired Monday night. Iran long has maintained its ballistic missile program, under the control of its Revolutionary Guard, is for defensive purposes only. The 2015 nuclear deal that Tehran struck with world powers did not include its missile program.
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The United States is not pushing to topple Iran's leadership, President Donald Trump said, adding "a lot of progress" has been made to ease tensions that recently threatened to ignite a war. His comments on Tuesday came after Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vowed to keep rolling back commitments under the landmark 2015 nuclear deal abandoned by the US last year. Trump responded that Washington is determined to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. "We are not looking for regime change. We are not looking for that at all," the US president said. "We'll see what happens. But a lot of progress has been made." But he added: "They can't have a nuclear weapon. They can't be testing
A Panamanian-flagged oil tanker stopped transmitting its signal more than two days ago after straying into Iranian waters while it was traveling through the Strait of Hormuz, Al Arabiya English has learned. According to Georgios Hatzimanolis, a media strategist for the ship-tracking website MarineTraffic.com, the Panamanian-flagged oil tanker Riah has not reported a position in over two days. A tracking report of the ship from MarineTraffic.com seen by Al Arabiya English showed that the vessel began its journey near a port off the coast of Dubai in the UAE on July 5. It then tracked near the coast of Ras al-Khaimah when it changed course and traveled north toward Iranian waters near the Strait of Hormuz, after which it stopped transmitting its signal on Saturday night.
Entertainment royalty rubbed shoulders with the real thing at "The Lion King" premiere in London on Sunday evening. Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, and her husband, Prince Harry, walked the yellow carpet at the Leicester Square premiere, as did a starry lineup from the US. and UK. Among the many stars in attendance were Beyonce, who voices Nala in the film, and her husband, Jay Z. They warmly greeted the British royals, with Beyonce congratulating the couple on the arrival of their first child, Archie. "We love you guys," the singer reportedly told the royal couple. Beyonce had already taken her eldest daughter, Blue Ivy, to the U.S. premiere of the movie. Jay-Z reportedly imparted some
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