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Trump’s son-in-law ‘under FBI scrutiny’

Trump’s son-in-law ‘under FBI scrutiny’

Donald Trump’s son-in-law and top aide, Jared Kushner, has been caught in the spotlight of an FBI probe into Russian meddling, US media reported, heaping more pressure on the embattled US president yesterday.

Trump cheers as supporter Gianforte wins House seat

Trump cheers as supporter Gianforte wins House seat

US President Donald Trump yesterday revelled in the victory of one of his supporters in a congressional special election, even after the man physically attacked a journalist on the eve of the vote.

Frequent flier Mugabe racks up the air miles — and dollars

Frequent flier Mugabe racks up the air miles — and dollars

Despite his advancing years and increasing frailty, 93-year-old Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe shows few signs of losing his love for foreign travel, a predilection that is costing his cash-strapped country dear.

Zambian court allows leader to challenge treason prosecution

Zambian court allows leader to challenge treason prosecution

A Zambian court yesterday allowed opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema to challenge the prosecution over moving his treason case to the high court for trial in a case that has stoked political tension months after contested elections.

March against corruption

March against corruption

A man holds up a placard reading ‘We need our money Mr President - Ghana is sick’ during a demonstration dubbed ‘Fabewoso - Bring it on’ to raise awareness about the high rate of corruption in the country, as they march in Accra.

Heavy rains in Bengaluru

Heavy rains in Bengaluru

A car gets stuck in a waterlogged underpass after heavy rains in Bengaluru.

Two parties to participate in EVM hacking challenge

Two parties to participate in EVM hacking challenge

The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) will participate in the Election Commission’s challenge on June 3 to test the credibility of the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs).

India’s longest river bridge opened

India’s longest river bridge opened

Marking the third anniversary of the National Democratic Alliance government at the Centre, Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday inaugurated the country’s longest river bridge - the Dhola-Sadiya Bridge over the Brahmaputra river in Assam — and dedicated it to the people of the nation.

Nepal lets Everest permit dodger off $22,000 fine

Nepal lets Everest permit dodger off $22,000 fine

Nepal said yesterday a South African who tried to climb Mount Everest without a permit can go home without paying a $22,000 fine, but banned him from mountaineering there for 10 years.

Bangladesh removes court statue after protests

Bangladesh removes court statue after protests

Violent protests broke out yesterday in Bangladesh over the removal of a controversial justice statue deemed “un-Islamic” by religious hardliners from outside the Supreme Court, a move its creator said marked a victory for Islamists.

Floods, landslides kill at least 91 in Lanka

Floods, landslides kill at least 91 in Lanka

Flooding and landslides killed at least 91 people and left another 110 missing in Sri Lanka as the monsoon set in yesterday, dumping record rainfalls in many parts of the island, authorities said.

UPS fined $247 mn for illegal cigarette shipments

UPS fined $247 mn for illegal cigarette shipments

A US judge ordered the American shipping giant UPS to pay $247 million to New York state and city governments, for shipments of cigarettes that illegally evaded taxes.

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