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Lanka floods

Lanka floods

Flooding is seen in Sri Lanka’s Matara district. Heavy monsoon rains in the country triggered flooding and landslides.

Opposition killed retired officer, claims Maduro

Opposition killed retired officer, claims Maduro

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has blamed opposition demonstrators for the killing of a retired military officer and called it a hate crime.

US aid agency under probe  over $1bn Chile loans

US aid agency under probe over $1bn Chile loans

The US government is auditing a foreign aid programme that loaned almost $1bn to renewable energy projects in Chile — including solar farms in such deep financial trouble that the loans may never be fully repaid, according to people familiar with the matter.

BA chief refuses to quit as travel misery continues

BA chief refuses to quit as travel misery continues

Passengers faced a third day of disruption at Heathrow yesterday as British Airways cancelled short-haul flights after a global computer crash that unions blamed on the outsourcing of IT services to India.

IS fighters arrested

IS fighters arrested

Alleged fighters for the Islamic State stand next to weapons as they are presented to the media at the police headquarters in Jalalabad yesterday, following their arrest in Nangarhar province.

PML-N lawmakers barred from going abroad

PML-N lawmakers barred from going abroad

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is learnt to have barred PML-N lawmakers from going abroad, ensuring the adoption of the Finance Bill.

Storm kills 13 in Moscow

Storm kills 13 in Moscow

A violent storm swept through Moscow area Monday, leaving 13 people dead and dozens injured as freak winds toppled hundreds of trees, officials said.

Europe’s first eTree sets down roots

Europe’s first eTree sets down roots

A solar tree with giant square leaves that convert sunlight into electricity was unveiled in the central French town of Nevers yesterday, allowing passers-by to charge their cellphones, surf the World Wide Web ... or just enjoy the shade.

Macron accuses Russian media, right next to Putin

Macron accuses Russian media, right next to Putin

French President Emmanuel Macron, standing alongside Russia’s Vladimir Putin yesterday, dubbed two Russian media outlets “agents of influence” which he said had spread fake news about him during his election campaign.

Govt hints at rethink on cattle trade ban after row

Govt hints at rethink on cattle trade ban after row

A countrywide row over new rules restricting the sale of cattle yesterday seemed to have forced the government to rethink.

Southwest monsoon set to strike Kerala today

Southwest monsoon set to strike Kerala today

The southwest monsoon is likely to break over Kerala today, the India Meteorological Department said yesterday.

Kejriwal urges Delhi court to quash summons in poll case

Kejriwal urges Delhi court to quash summons in poll case

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal yesterday urged the Delhi High Court to quash a summons issued by a lower court on a criminal complaint filed against him for allegedly giving “misleading information” in his affidavit ahead of the 2013 assembly elections.

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