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Cambodia votes in Senate election, PM's party expected to win

Cambodia votes in Senate election, PM's party expected to win

Voting got under way in Cambodia on Sunday in a Senate election that the ruling party of Prime Minister Hun Sen was expected to sweep following a crackdown on opposition.

Storms dump rain across US Midwest, kill Kentucky woman

Storms dump rain across US Midwest, kill Kentucky woman

A band of thunderstorms reaching across the lower Mississippi Valley into Ohio on Saturday killed a Kentucky woman in her home and threatened more flooding in an area ...

Bollywood actor Sridevi passes away

Bollywood actor Sridevi passes away

Bollywood actor Sridevi passed away Saturday night in Duabi. She was 54.

Conservatives call for shift to right as Merkel decides cabinet posts

Conservatives call for shift to right as Merkel decides cabinet posts

Several senior German conservatives yesterday called for their party to shift to the right to win back voters, throwing down the gauntlet to Chancellor Angela Merkel before she announces her choice of cabinet ministers today.

Macron engages hecklers at farm-show rite of passage

Macron engages hecklers at farm-show rite of passage

France’s Emmanuel Macron was booed yesterday by angry farmers during his first visit as president to the country’s main agricultural fair, amid rising discontent over producer prices, European Union trade talks and Chinese land purchases.

Estonia marks centenary of independence declaration

Estonia marks centenary of independence declaration

Estonia yesterday celebrated 100 years since declaring independence with a military parade and other festivities in the Baltic state.

Pub scraps snail

Pub scraps snail

An English pub has cancelled a charity snail race scheduled to take place yesterday after unseasonably icy weather made potential competitors too slow to compete.

Australia mullet heads celebrate hairstyle revival

Australia mullet heads celebrate hairstyle revival

“Business at the front, party at the back” was the mantra for the crowd of Australians sporting a mullet haircut at an inaugural festival celebrating the vintage style yesterday.

Thailand activists in masks protest against junta leader

Thailand activists in masks protest against junta leader

Hundreds of pro-democracy activists in Thailand wore cartoon masks portraying the country’s junta leader with a long nose yesterday, calling him a “liar” for delaying a general election promised this year.

Governor pushes new Florida gun sale limits

Governor pushes new Florida gun sale limits

Florida Governor Rick Scott, a loyal ally of the US gun lobby under mounting pressure to act in the aftermath of last week’s deadly mass shooting, urged state lawmakers on Friday to tighten access to firearms for young people and the mentally disturbed.

Hair Force One: Trump admits struggle to hide his bald spot

Hair Force One: Trump admits struggle to hide his bald spot

President Donald Trump has confirmed Washington’s worst-kept secret: He’s balding under his wispy blond helmet of hair.

Pastor has faith he can unseat Venezuela’s Maduro

Pastor has faith he can unseat Venezuela’s Maduro

Despite unpopularity and a deepening economic crisis, Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro seems such a certainty for re-election in April that only an evangelical pastor has found the faith to run against him.

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