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Protesters call on UK to protect Hong Kongers from China

Protesters call on UK to protect Hong Kongers from China

Pro-democracy protesters rallied outside Britain's consulate in Hong Kong on Sunday, demanding London do more to protect its former colonial subjects and ramp up pressure on Beijing over sliding freedoms.

PM likens ongoing Pak-India dispute to Cuban missile crisis

PM likens ongoing Pak-India dispute to Cuban missile crisis

Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned about the renewed tensions over Indian-administered Kashmir spiralling out of control, and said that no rational human being can talk of nuclear war.

Spanish PM visits flood-hit areas as death toll rises

Spanish PM visits flood-hit areas as death toll rises

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez visited the country’s flood-stricken southeastern regions yesterday as the death toll rose to six and train and air services were disrupted for a third day.

Protests against car industry rev up in Frankfurt

Protests against car industry rev up in Frankfurt

Thousands of protesters, many on bicycles, gathered in the southern German city of Frankfurt yesterday to protest outside the city’s motor show, part of a new wave of environmental activism.

Australian jailed in Iran identified as MU lecturer

Australian jailed in Iran identified as MU lecturer

One of three Australians recently revealed to be detained in Iran was identified by her family yesterday as a Melbourne University (MU) lecturer.

Huffman gets two weeks jail in college admissions scandal

Huffman gets two weeks jail in college admissions scandal

Actress Felicity Huffman was given two weeks jail time on Friday for paying bribes to help her daughter gain admission to a prestigious American university, the first high-profile figure to be sentenced in a cheating scandal that rocked America.

London Fashion Week opens its doors with public catwalk shows

London Fashion Week opens its doors with public catwalk shows

South African accountant Shaista Hamdulay never imagined she would one day mingle with fashionistas at London Fashion Week. Yet yesterday she got a taste of a world usually reserved for fashion editors, buyers, bloggers and celebrities, with a coveted front row seat at a catwalk show.

Second Brexit vote may be needed, says ex-PM

Second Brexit vote may be needed, says ex-PM

Former British prime minister David Cameron has said that he had no regrets about launching the Brexit referendum but accused current Prime Minister Boris Johnson of behaving “appallingly” during the pre-vote campaigning.

Priyanka brings Bollywood to Toronto

Priyanka brings Bollywood to Toronto

No Indian star has made a bigger splash in Hollywood than Priyanka Chopra – and the “Baywatch” actress told AFP she is on a quest to shatter myths about Bollywood. Chopra was the first Indian actress to lead a primetime US series with FBI thriller Quantico

Only Hindi can unite the country, says Shah

Only Hindi can unite the country, says Shah

Home Minister Amit Shah yesterday said only Hindi can unite the country and pushed for a ‘One Nation, One Language’ agenda.

First all-women police station opens in Siquijor

First all-women police station opens in Siquijor

The Philippine National Police (PNP) yesterday launched the country’s first all-women police station in Maria, Siquijor in Central Visayas. The police station, named “Mariang Pulis,” has 21 policewomen, the ideal police force for a Class C municipality.

Govt seeks support from villages in campaign against insurgency

Govt seeks support from villages in campaign against insurgency

In line with President Rodrigo Duterte’s “whole-of-nation approach” in attaining peace and development in the country, the government has enjoined barangay (villages) to support the campaign against communist insurgency.

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