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Typhoon Kammuri Lashes Philippines, 200,000 Evacuates Coastal And Mountainous Areas

6 days ago /

The Philippines evacuated 200,000 people in coastal and mountainous areas amid fears of flooding and landslides.

Carrie Lam Promises Economic Relief Form US Law

6 days ago /

Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie Lam said on Tuesday that the Human Rights and Democracy Act, passed last week in the United State, was "wholly unnecessary" and that she "strongly objected" to the legislation.

Markets Wrap - Stocks Fall on Trump’s Tariff Gambit, Factory Data

6 days ago /

U.S. stocks dropped on concern over global trade risks and disappointing factory data. The dollar and bonds declined.

Ronaldo Rebuff Ballon d’Or For Gran Gala Ceremony

6 days ago /

Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo won’t appear at the Ballon d’Or ceremony in Paris this evening as Lionel Messi is set to win his sixth gong.

China Preparing To Blacklist US Firms Due To Human Rights Disputes

6 days ago /

Chinese state media said the government will soon publish a list of "unreliable entities" that could lead to sanctions against U.S. companies.

Former President Zuma’s Appeal To Prevent Corruption Trial, Disapproved By SA Court

1 week ago /

A South African court on Friday rejected an appeal by former President Jacob Zuma that sought to prevent his prosecution on corruption charges over a 2 billion dollars arms deal.

Britain Will Leave EU By Jan. 31- UK PM Johnson

1 week ago /

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday said that Britain would leave the EU by Jan. 31 at the latest if his Conservative Party wins a majority in the election in two weeks time.

Greenhouse Gas Levels In Atmosphere Hit New High Point

2 weeks ago /

Greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere, the main driver of climate change, hit a record high in 2018, the United Nations has said, calling for swift action to safeguard "the future welfare of mankind".

Flooding Across Northern Italy

2 weeks ago /

Venice has been hit by further high water levels after weeks of flooding brought the lagoon city virtually to its knees.

Over 435 Doctors Sacked In Zimbabwe Due To Striking

2 weeks ago /

The Zimbabwean government on Friday said it has so far fired 435 junior doctors at public hospitals for engaging in an illegal strike.

South Korea To Carry On with Japan Intelligence Pact

2 weeks ago /

South Korea announced that was sticking with an intelligence-sharing pact with Japan that it had earlier said it would withdraw from amid a spat over history and trade.

UK Fails To Meet Deadline To Return Control

2 weeks ago /

The UN had given the UK six months to give up control of the Chagos Islands - but that period has now passed.

Jeremy Corbyn Reveals Revolutionary Labour Manifesto

2 weeks ago /

Exactly three weeks before Britain votes for a new parliament, the opposition Labour Party has published its election manifesto in Birmingham.

PM Refuses To Admit Link To Climate Policies As Fires Scorch Arid Australia

2 weeks ago /

Australia's Prime Minister on Thursday denied his climate change policies had caused unprecedented bushfires ravaging the country and insisted his government was doing enough to tackle global warming.

Trump May Strive For Wider China Trade Deal.

2 weeks ago /

US President Donald Trump may consider giving in to Chinese demands to scale back tariffs if he can get commitments on intellectual property transfers and agricultural purchases from China

Senegal Inaugurates Largest Mosque In West Africa

2 weeks ago /

A powerful religious group in Senegal has opened West Africa’s largest mosque at a cost of $50m.

More Proof To Validate Trump’s Impeachment

3 weeks ago /

Washington is preparing for another week of high-profile hearings at the impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump.

Vehicle Aims To Break Record By 2020

3 weeks ago /

It is called the Bloodhound, and those who built it believe it will soon be the fastest car on the Earth.

Qatar To Play UAE In Doha Amid Signs Of Thaw In Gulf Dispute

3 weeks ago /

Asian Champions and hosts Qatar are drawn against the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Yemen and Iraq in Group A.

China Cautions Against 'Protectionism, Bullying'

3 weeks ago /

Chinese President Xi Jinping says mounting protectionism has eroded international trade and investment.


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