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Over 100 missing in China landslide

Over 100 missing in China landslide

Rescuers scoured through an avalanche of rocks into the night yesterday in an increasingly bleak search for more than 100 people whose southwest China mountain village was buried by a huge landslide.

Traders offer divergent views on Eid festival sales

Traders offer divergent views on Eid festival sales

Traders in various parts of Pakistan offered yesterday mixed views about the sales of Eid-related items.

Toll in Pakistan attacks hits 57

Toll in Pakistan attacks hits 57

The death toll from multiple attacks in Pakistan rose to 57, officials said yesterday, a day after the bomb and gun assaults in three cities shook the country as it prepared to mark the end of Ramadan, Islam’s holiest month.

Cartoon characters at Belgian beach fest

Cartoon characters at Belgian beach fest

A beach in Belgium has been transformed into a giant sandy gallery, featuring larger-than-life superheroes, cartoon characters and Cinderella’s castle, for one of the world’s biggest sand-sculpture festivals.

Green pact supporters launch Paris campaign

Green pact supporters launch Paris campaign

French President Emmanuel Macron has promised to play an active role in a campaign aimed at securing a global pact to protect the human right to a clean and healthy environment.

Panda mania in Germany as China’s cuddly envoys arrive

Panda mania in Germany as China’s cuddly envoys arrive

Germany had its first taste of panda mania yesterday as two furry ambassadors arrived from China to begin a new life as stars of Berlin’s premier zoo.

Ukraine protests Putin’s visit to annexed Crimea

Ukraine protests Putin’s visit to annexed Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Crimea, the Ukrainian peninsula Moscow annexed in 2014, yesterday on a trip quickly denounced by Kiev as a violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty.

MPs hit by cyber attack

MPs hit by cyber attack

Britain’s parliament was hit by a cyber attack yesterday in which hackers tried to access e-mail accounts, politicians and officials said, just over a month after a ransomware attack crippled parts of the country’s health service.

Firm knowingly supplied flammable panels – e-mails

Firm knowingly supplied flammable panels – e-mails

Six e-mails sent by and to an Arconic Inc sales manager raise questions about why the company supplied combustible cladding to a distributor for use at Grenfell Tower, despite publicly warning such panels were a fire risk for tall buildings.

London tower blocks evacuated over fire risk

London tower blocks evacuated over fire risk

Thousands of residents from 650 London flats were evacuated yesterday due to fire safety fears in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, but dozens refused to leave their homes, according to local officials.

Obama knew about hacking, says Trump

Obama knew about hacking, says Trump

President Donald Trump is questioning his predecessor Barack Obama’s handling of intelligence on Russia’s efforts to interfere in the presidential elections.

Extremists come out of shadows in Quebec

Extremists come out of shadows in Quebec

Tattooed and wearing a black T-shirt emblazoned with a wolf paw, Patrick Beaudry admits being in the second year of a political movement “that is perhaps more radical” than others.

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