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Trump blames Washington for poor Russia ties ahead of Putin summit

Trump blames Washington for poor Russia ties ahead of Putin summit

Hours before he was due to sit down for his first ever summit with Vladimir Putin, US President Donald Trump blamed "US foolishness" for bad relations between Washington and Moscow, while the Kremlin said it expected a tough meeting.

Indonesian villagers kill nearly 300 crocodiles in revenge attack

Indonesian villagers kill nearly 300 crocodiles in revenge attack

Indonesian villagers armed with knives, hammers and clubs slaughtered 292 crocodiles in revenge for the death of a man killed by a crocodile at a breeding farm, an official said.

Targeted by 25mn cyber-attacks' during World Cup: Putin

Targeted by 25mn cyber-attacks' during World Cup: Putin

Russia was the target of almost 25 million cyber-attacks during the World Cup, President Vladimir Putin said, though he did not indicate who may have been behind the attacks.

Trump brands Russia a ‘foe’ ahead of Helsinki summit

Trump brands Russia a ‘foe’ ahead of Helsinki summit

US President Donald Trump yesterday branded Russia a “foe” as he prepared to go head to head with Vladimir Putin at a historic summit clouded by Moscow’s alleged manipulation of the 2016 US election.

Turkey marks second anniversary of coup bid AFP

Turkey marks second anniversary of coup bid AFP

Turkey yesterday commemorated the second anniversary of a bloody coup attempt which was followed by a series of purges in the public sector and changes to boost President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s powers.

Trump-Putin meeting expectations tempered

Trump-Putin meeting expectations tempered

The Trump administration dampened expectations for today’s meeting in Helsinki between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Congress not concerned with farmers’ plight: PM

Congress not concerned with farmers’ plight: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday accused the Congress, as well as and other opposition parties, of shedding crocodile tears for farmers and said several irrigation projects in the country had languished in its rule.

Go urges officials to support federalism

Go urges officials to support federalism

Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go yesterday urged the local officials of Negros Occidental to support a shift from parliamentarism to federalism so that various regions would be given greater attention ....

Defence chief says Sison’s comments must be ignored

Defence chief says Sison’s comments must be ignored

Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana yesterday lashed out at exiled Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria “Joma” Sison for branding the idea of localised peace talks a “waste” of government funds and said he should be ignored like a “barking dog.”

Nation erupts in joy after Pacquiao win

Nation erupts in joy after Pacquiao win

Millions of boxing fans across the Philippines erupted in cheers and tears of joy yesterday after national icon Manny Pacquiao beat Argentine Lucas Matthysse in a world title bout.

Day of mourning observed after poll rally attacks

Day of mourning observed after poll rally attacks

Pakistan was yesterday observing a national day of mourning after three deadly terror attacks at political rallies during the previous week left more than 160 people dead.

PML-N to challenge Nawaz, Maryam’s trial in prison

PML-N to challenge Nawaz, Maryam’s trial in prison

The PML-N has announced challenging the caretaker government’s decision to hold ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif and Maryam’s trial in jail.

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