Following are the top foreign stories at 1700 hours

\R    New Delhi, Feb 11 (PTI) Following are the top foreign stories at 1700 hours:
        

    FGN7 PAK-IMRAN-SIKHS
    Pak has Mecca, Medina for Sikhs: Imran in Dubai
    Dubai: Pakistan has the Mecca and Medina for the Sikhs and the country is opening up those sites for the minority community, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said.
    
    FGN17 US-SAUDI-KHASHOGGI-2NDLD BODY
    Saudi Arabia don't know where slain Khashoggi's body is: senior official
    Washington: The Saudi authorities does not know what happened to the corpse of Jamal Khashoggi, a senior minister has said, amid reports that the dismembered body of the dissident journalist was "dissolved" after his brutal murder inside the Kingdom's consulate in Turkey.
         
    FGN12 CHINA-US-LDTRADETALKS
    US team in Beijing for trade talks after IMF 'storm' warning
    Beijing: US negotiators were in Beijing Monday for a new round of high-stakes trade talks, hoping to reach a deal before the March 1 deadline set by Donald Trump as the IMF warned of a possible global economic "storm". (AFP)

    FGN2 US-AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT-DIPLOMACY
    US envoy heads 6-nation tour for 'intra-Afghan' talks: official
    Washington: A senior US diplomat is set to lead a large delegation on a six-nation tour, including Afghanistan, to boost that country's peace process and bring "all Afghan parties together in an intra-Afghan dialogue," the State Department has said. (AFP)
    
    FGN16 THAI-LD PRINCESS
    Thai princess disqualified from list of candidates for PM
    Bangkok: Thai Princess Ubolratana was on Monday formally disqualified for running for prime minister, ending her brief and ill-fated political union with a party allied to the powerful Shinawatra clan, just days after a stern royal command rebuking her candidacy was issued by her brother, the king. (AFP)
    
    FGN15 CHINA-TURKEY-LD UIGHURS
    China rejects Turkey criticism on Uighurs, denies poet died
    Beijing: China hit back on Monday at Turkish criticism over its treatment of Uighurs and denied Ankara's claim that a renowned poet from the Muslim minority had died in custody, calling it an "absurd lie". (AFP)    
    

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