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Australia says Chinese spy ship near war games

Australia says Chinese spy ship near war games

A Chinese spy ship has been detected off the Australian coast near joint war games underway between the United States, New Zealand and Australian militaries, the Australian Defence Force (ADF) said on Saturday.

US airstrike kills 16 members of Afghan security forces

US airstrike kills 16 members of Afghan security forces

A misdirected US airstrike on Friday resulted in the deaths of at least 16 members of the afghan security forces, the spokesman for the US military in Afghanistan confirmed.

Australian woman's shooting: Minneapolis police chief resigns

Australian woman's shooting: Minneapolis police chief resigns

Minneapolis police chief Janee Harteau resigned on Friday at the request of the city's mayor, who said that she and the community had lost confidence in Harteau following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed Australian woman.

Turkey not intimidated by German ‘threats’: Erdogan

Turkey not intimidated by German ‘threats’: Erdogan

Turkey will not be intimidated by threats from Germany, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said yesterday, as he stepped into an escalating row that risks a full-blown crisis in a key bilateral relationship.

Spicer quits as Trump seeks to fix his image

Spicer quits as Trump seeks to fix his image

White House spokesman Sean Spicer resigned yesterday, ending a brief and turbulent tenure that made him a household name, amid further upheaval within President Donald Trump’s inner circle.

Dali exhumed to test if fortune-teller is his daughter

Dali exhumed to test if fortune-teller is his daughter

Forensics experts exhumed Salvador Dali’s remains from a tomb in his Spanish hometown on Thursday, nearly three decades after his death, in order to test a fortune-teller’s claims that she is the only daughter of the surrealist.

Quake kills two tourists on Greek holiday island

Quake kills two tourists on Greek holiday island

A 6.7-magnitude undersea quake hit the Greek holiday island of Kos and the Turkish resort of Bodrum yesterday, killing two people and injuring hundreds in areas abuzz with nightlife.

Venezuela unrest fears grow as death toll rises

Venezuela unrest fears grow as death toll rises

International fears over Venezuela’s growing unrest soared yesterday as prosecutors said the death toll in months of anti-government protests had passed 100, and a political gridlock between President Nicolas Maduro and the opposition worsened.

Abbott slams ITV News after interview stumble

Abbott slams ITV News after interview stumble

Diane Abbott has accused broadcasters of being proud to pursue “fact-free, research-free and investigation-free” journalism and of failing to acknowledge racist abuse against her.

SC weighs dismissal of PM over graft report

SC weighs dismissal of PM over graft report

Pakistan’s Supreme Court yesterday finished hearing arguments on a scathing corruption report into the family wealth of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, and will begin deliberating whether to disqualify the premier.

EU team expresses ‘concern’ over drug war deaths

EU team expresses ‘concern’ over drug war deaths

European Union lawmakers yesterday expressed concern over the killings in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs and his possible extension of martial law.

Bank executive held for fraud

Bank executive held for fraud

A senior executive has been arrested for defrauding the Philippines’ second-largest bank in a scandal that sent the institution’s shares tumbling yesterday, officials said.

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