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Tens of thousands stranded by Sri Lanka doctors' strike

Tens of thousands stranded by Sri Lanka doctors' strike

Tens of thousands of patients have been left in the lurch by a doctor-led strike at Sri Lanka's state-run hospitals, a consumer rights group said Saturday.

Five London towers evacuated over fire safety fears

Five London towers evacuated over fire safety fears

Residents of 800 London flats were hurriedly evacuated Saturday due to fire safety fears over their tower blocks' external cladding, after urgent testing prompted by the deadly Grenfell Tower inferno.

Panda mania hits Germany as China's cuddly envoys arrive

Panda mania hits Germany as China's cuddly envoys arrive

Germany was bracing for panda mania as furry ambassadors arrive from China on Saturday, destined for a new life as stars of Berlin's premier zoo.

‘US wanted terror leader may have fled Philippine city’

‘US wanted terror leader may have fled Philippine city’

One of America's most wanted terrorists may have escaped a five-week battle with Islamist militants in a southern Philippine city, which began with a raid to capture him, the military said Saturday.

Over 140 people feared buried in China landslide

Over 140 people feared buried in China landslide

Chinese rescuers scoured through rocks on Saturday in a frantic search for more than 140 people feared buried after a landslide smashed through a mountain village in southwest Sichuan province.

Dusty teddy bear and deserted homes in Marawi

Dusty teddy bear and deserted homes in Marawi

A dusty teddy bear strewn on the floor, family photos on a wall and dried underwear on a clothesline are among the few remnants of life in deserted homes of a Philippine city left in ruins by war.

Australia agrees to send spy planes in fight against militants

Australia agrees to send spy planes in fight against militants

Australia agreed yesterday to send two surveillance planes to help the Philippines tackle rebels, as jets and artillery pounded militant positions in a southern town held for more than a month by Islamic State loyalists.

‘Hill of widows’ lives in a world apart

‘Hill of widows’ lives in a world apart

The first women settled on this stony slope outside Kabul in the 1990s hoping to escape the stigma those like them are forced to endure.

40 dead in separate explosions

40 dead in separate explosions

Bombs killed at least 40 people in Pakistan yesterday, with a suicide car bomber killing 13 in the southwestern city of Quetta, and two blasts later claiming at least 27 lives in the northwestern town of Parachinar, officials said.

Trump reaches out to holdouts on health bill

Trump reaches out to holdouts on health bill

US President Donald Trump acknowledged that a lack of support from four Senate Republicans leaves the party’s healthcare overhaul on a “very, very narrow path” to passage, but signalled a willingness to work with them to make changes.

Four hurt after tourist bus hits Paris bridge

Four hurt after tourist bus hits Paris bridge

A double-decker tourist bus became stuck under a central Paris bridge yesterday, injuring at least four passengers, firefighters said.

Fire razes part of nature reserve

Fire razes part of nature reserve

A huge blaze erupted overnight in a Dutch nature reserve destroying a large swathe of vegetation with dozens of firefighters still battling to douse the flames yesterday morning.

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