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Czechs protest against government 50 years after Soviet-led attack

Czechs protest against government 50 years after Soviet-led attack

Yesterday Czechs and Slovaks marked 50 years since Soviet tanks crushed the “Prague Spring” democratic reform drive, while protesters used the anniversary to rail against the current Czech government’s ties to the Communist Party.

Hunt for survivors after Italy flash flood

Hunt for survivors after Italy flash flood

Firefighters and emergency workers combed yesterday the creek bed downstream from a gorge where sudden heavy rain created a wall of water that swept away tourists on Monday in the southern Italy region of Calabria, killing at least 10 people.

500,000 visitors expected at Gamescom

500,000 visitors expected at Gamescom

The western German city of Cologne is set to host a stream of video and computer game enthusiasts in the coming days, after the Gamescom industry fair opened yesterday.

Leading #MeToo figure denies 2013 incident

Leading #MeToo figure denies 2013 incident

Italian actress and sexual abuse campaigner Asia Argento has denied having had a sexual relationship five years ago with an underage teen, calling the allegations part of “a long-standing persecution”.

Microsoft: Hackers targeted US Senate

Microsoft: Hackers targeted US Senate

Microsoft Corporation said that hackers linked to Russia’s government sought to launch cyber-attacks on the US Senate and conservative American think tanks, warning that Moscow is broadening attacks ahead of November’s congressional elections.

OFWs affected by airport chaos to receive assistance

OFWs affected by airport chaos to receive assistance

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) yesterday said it would extend financial assistance to overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who were affected by the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) runway accident.

Nation needs more citizens like Ninoy ‘for a better future’

Nation needs more citizens like Ninoy ‘for a better future’

The country needs more citizens like the late former senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr, for a better and brighter future, according to President Rodrigo Duterte.

Business leaders lambast Maduro’s new banknotes

Business leaders lambast Maduro’s new banknotes

New banknotes stripped of five zeros entered circulation in Venezuela on Monday as part of President Nicolas Maduro’s radical plan to curb hyperinflation, but business leaders branded the move as counterproductive.

Venezuelan streets quieter than usual after strike call

Venezuelan streets quieter than usual after strike call

Venezuela’s streets were quieter than normal yesterday but many businesses remained open despite an opposition call for a national strike to protest economic measures announced by socialist President Nicolas Maduro.

Threat to ban Twitter worries digital rights experts

Threat to ban Twitter worries digital rights experts

With mounting censorship and increasing threats to dissent in the country, reports of a shutdown against micro-blogging website Twitter have worried digital rights experts, journalists and activists as well as common users.

Pompeo to hold talks with premier next month

Pompeo to hold talks with premier next month

US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo is likely to visit Islamabad in the first week of September for consultations with Prime Minister Imran Khan and his team on issues of mutual interests, diplomatic and official sources said.

Imran defends Sidhu over visit to Pakistan

Imran defends Sidhu over visit to Pakistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan has defended Navjot Singh Sidhu, a minister for the Indian state of Punjab, calling him an “ambassador of peace”, amid political backlash over his visit to Pakistan.

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