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Thai cave boys to leave hospital, speak to media

Thai cave boys to leave hospital, speak to media

Twelve boys and their football coach who survived a highly dangerous and dramatic rescue from a flooded cave in Thailand are preparing to leave hospital and speak to the media for the first time.

China’s most expensive movie becomes epic flop

China’s most expensive movie becomes epic flop

With a $113mn budget, the most expensive Chinese film ever made has become a flop of historic proportions, pulled from theatres on its opening weekend after bringing in a paltry $7.3mn.

Malaysian king calls for unity

Malaysian king calls for unity

Malaysia’s king has appealed for calm amid growing racial tensions in the Muslim-majority country after an electoral earthquake in May toppled the Malay-dominated coalition that had ruled the country for decades.

Hong Kong police seek ban on pro-independence party

Hong Kong police seek ban on pro-independence party

Police in Hong Kong sought to ban a political party which promotes independence for the city yesterday, citing it as a potential national security threat as Beijing ups pressure on challenges to its territorial sovereignty.

Migrants die on boat left adrift by Libyans

Migrants die on boat left adrift by Libyans

A woman and a boy adrift in the Mediterranean died just hours before help reached their damaged dinghy, Spanish rescuers said yesterday after finding a second woman alive in the boat, which had been carrying migrants towards Europe.

Four years on, Dutch remember victims of flight MH17 tragedy

Four years on, Dutch remember victims of flight MH17 tragedy

Bereaved relatives yesterday held a solemn ceremony to remember flight MH17, as the families of those lost when the plane was shot down over war-torn Ukraine four years ago await justice.

For Sheeran fans, two Eds may be better than one

For Sheeran fans, two Eds may be better than one

Fans of British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran could not believe their eyes when they came to the unveiling of his wax figure in Berlin’s Madame Tussauds and saw him – or at least what they believed to be him – emerging from a limousine.

Government plans to limit tourists on Boracay Island

Government plans to limit tourists on Boracay Island

The government plans to control the number of tourists who will visit Boracay but the inter-agency task force supervising the ongoing rehabilitation of the island has yet to determine the number of people that would be allowed once it reopens in October.

Heavy rains cause flooding and flight cancellations

Heavy rains cause flooding and flight cancellations

Metro Manila and nearby areas were at a standstill yesterday as heavy monsoon rains induced by tropical storm “Henry” (international name: Son-Tinh) and floods prompted Malacanang to suspend classes in all levels in public and private schools ...

Media curbs ordered

Media curbs ordered

The Supreme Judicial Council (SJC), which hears complaints against superior court judges, has restrained the media from commenting on the upcoming proceedings of a case against the Islamabad High Court (IHC) judge Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui.

PML-N leader’s bid to meet Sharifs in prison denied

PML-N leader’s bid to meet Sharifs in prison denied

Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) stalwart Javed Hashmi was denied a meeting with former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam by the administration of Adiala jail yesterday.

Social activists beaten up by BJP workers

Social activists beaten up by BJP workers

Social activist Swami Agnivesh was taken to hospital with injuries yesterday after suspected Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) activists thrashed him at Pakur in Jharkhand.

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