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Nepal plane missing with 22 people on board

Nepal plane missing with 22 people on board

A passenger plane with 22 people on board went missing in Nepal on Sunday, the operating airline and officials said, as poor weather hampered a search operation.

Cardinal Sodano, right-hand man to two popes, dies

Cardinal Sodano, right-hand man to two popes, dies

Italian cardinal Angelo Sodano, right-hand man to former popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI, has died at the age of 94, the Vatican announced yesterday.

Harrowing new accounts emerge from Texas shooting

Harrowing new accounts emerge from Texas shooting

Fresh harrowing accounts emerged yesterday of the ordeal faced by survivors of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, fanning public fury over the massacre ahead of a visit today by US President Joe Biden.

Russia steps up battle for eastern Ukraine

Russia steps up battle for eastern Ukraine

Russia pressed its onslaught on eastern Ukraine yesterday, saying it had captured the strategic town of Lyman and had successfully tested hypersonic missiles in the Arctic.

Russia intensifies offensive in east Ukraine as momentum shifts

Russia intensifies offensive in east Ukraine as momentum shifts

Russian forces stepped up their assault on the Ukrainian city of Sievierodonetsk on Saturday after claiming to have captured the nearby rail hub of Lyman, pressing their offensive in the eastern Donbas.

Airline easyJet cancels more than 200 flights

Airline easyJet cancels more than 200 flights

Low-cost carrier easyJet is to cancel more than 200 flights over the next 10 days due to airport delays and other restrictions, disrupting travel during the school holidays.

Beijing to relax Covid curbs in some areas from Sunday

Beijing to relax Covid curbs in some areas from Sunday

Beijing will ease curbs in some low-risk areas of the Chinese capital on Sunday to allow a return to normal life, city officials said on Saturday.

Victoria's Secret pays $8.3m settlement to sacked Thai workers

Victoria's Secret pays $8.3m settlement to sacked Thai workers

Over a thousand sacked Thai garment workers who made bras at a factory supplying lingerie giant Victoria's Secret have received a landmark $8.3 million settlement, labour rights activists said Saturday.

26 people missing after ferry sinks in Indonesia

26 people missing after ferry sinks in Indonesia

Twenty-six people were missing Saturday after a ferry ran out of fuel and sank in bad weather off the coast of Indonesia, officials said.

UK ‘not necessarily’ heading for recession, says Johnson

UK ‘not necessarily’ heading for recession, says Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson yesterday said the British economy was not necessarily heading for a recession.

Angry Beijing says Blinken’s policy speech ‘smears China’

Angry Beijing says Blinken’s policy speech ‘smears China’

China’s foreign ministry yesterday accused US Secretary of State Antony Blinken of “smearing” the country, after America’s top diplomat delivered a landmark policy speech calling for action to counterbalance Beijing’s influence.

War Pony poodle fetches Palm Dog prize at Cannes

War Pony poodle fetches Palm Dog prize at Cannes

Film buffs have to wait until today for the Cannes Film Festival’s top prize, the Palme d’Or, but the real scene-stealers get their awards a day earlier – at the annual Palm Dog ceremony.

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