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Thick smoke billowing Sydney triggers dozens of false fire alarms

Thick smoke billowing Sydney triggers dozens of false fire alarms

A thick blanket of smoke in Sydney, due to massive bushfires, triggered dozens of false fire alarms on Tuesday, Australian authorities said.

Hong Kong leader does not rule out reshuffle, says focus is restoring order

Hong Kong leader does not rule out reshuffle, says focus is restoring order

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam did not rule out a cabinet reshuffle on Tuesday but said restoring law and order was her top priority, as the Chinese-ruled city grapples ...

Duterte rules out deal with water service providers

Duterte rules out deal with water service providers

President Rodrigo Duterte has refused to enter into any agreement with the Manila Water Co and Maynilad Water Services Inc, maintaining that the water firms committed “economic plunder.”

Sharif likely to fly to US

Sharif likely to fly to US

Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif is likely to fly to US on December 16 for medical treatment, family sources say.

Colombia musicians join anti-govt protests

Colombia musicians join anti-govt protests

Thousands of Colombian protesters including dozens of musicians marched, sang and banged pots and pans in a bold new show of discontent with President Ivan Duque’s administration.

Union strike snarls transport in crucial week for Macron

Union strike snarls transport in crucial week for Macron

Trade unions called for more street protests after nationwide strikes aimed at forcing President Emmanuel Macron to abandon his pension reforms caused chaos on France’s transport networks for a fifth day yesterday.

Russia, Ukraine leaders meet for the first time

Russia, Ukraine leaders meet for the first time

Russian leader Vladimir Putin met Ukranian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskiy for the first time ever yesterday, at a Paris summit aimed at agreeing measures to help end five years of conflict in the east of Ukraine.

Finland picks world’s youngest prime minister

Finland picks world’s youngest prime minister

Finland’s new prime minister – about to become the world’s youngest serving premier – will have a finance minister two years her junior in a new women-led coalition cabinet, party officials said yesterday.

Premier deflects blame for long waits in A&E

Premier deflects blame for long waits in A&E

Boris Johnson has sought to deny responsibility for long waits in A&E departments amid media coverage of an NHS winter crisis by saying he leads a “new government” in the last days of the election campaign.

Five dead, several hurt in NZ volcano eruption

Five dead, several hurt in NZ volcano eruption

Five people were killed, 18 were injured and several more were left stranded after an island volcano popular with tourists erupted unexpectedly in New Zealand yesterday.

‘No political bias’ in FBI probe of Trump campaign

‘No political bias’ in FBI probe of Trump campaign

The US justice department’s internal watchdog said it found numerous errors but no evidence of political bias by the FBI when it opened an investigation into contacts between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia in 2016.

Miss South Africa is Miss Universe

Miss South Africa is Miss Universe

Miss South Africa was crowned Miss Universe on Sunday in Atlanta after a lavish ceremony filled with glitter and heartfelt speeches about female empowerment.

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