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Macron pressured to act over ‘yellow vest’ crisis

Macron pressured to act over ‘yellow vest’ crisis

Calls mounted yesterday for President Emmanuel Macron to bring an end to the “yellow vest” crisis gripping France as authorities counted the cost of another day of violent protests and looting.

Seine hosts world’s biggest stand-up paddling event

Seine hosts world’s biggest stand-up paddling event

Around 800 paddlers braved tough conditions on the Seine river in Paris to take part in the world’s largest stand-up paddle (SUP) race yesterday.

Congo’s Kabila doesn’t rule out running again in 2023

Congo’s Kabila doesn’t rule out running again in 2023

The president of Democratic Republic of Congo, Joseph Kabila, plans to stay in politics when he steps down after elections on Dec 23 and does not rule out running again for president in 2023, he told Reuters in an interview yesterday.

Malacanang urges UN not to politicise tax cases

Malacanang urges UN not to politicise tax cases

Malacanang has called on a United Nations special rapporteur to stop “politicising” the tax evasion charges filed against Rappler and its president, Maria Ressa.

Trillanes set to face arrest after court ruling on libel

Trillanes set to face arrest after court ruling on libel

The Eastern Police District yesterday said it was ready to arrest Senator Antonio Trillanes 4th who is said to be in Mandaluyong City.

ADB agrees to help fund Naulong dam

ADB agrees to help fund Naulong dam

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has agreed to provide Rs26.6bn ($195mn) for the construction of the much-delayed Naulong dam in Baluchistan, after the provincial government agreed to issue an NOC (no objection certificate) next week, allowing the Water and Power ...

Odebrecht ‘strikes deal with Peru over graft scandal’

Odebrecht ‘strikes deal with Peru over graft scandal’

Brazilian builder Odebrecht’s Peruvian unit has signed a deal with Peruvian authorities to pay a multimillion dollar fine that will allow it to continue operating in the country in return for providing evidence about officials it bribed, three sources related to the matter said.

Kannur joins world aviation map; Kerala first state to have 4 airports

Kannur joins world aviation map; Kerala first state to have 4 airports

The northern Kerala city of Kannur was catapulted onto the world aviation map yesterday with the opening of an international airport amid festivities in the region, home to a large number of expatriates in the Gulf.

3 militants killed in Kashmir gunbattle

3 militants killed in Kashmir gunbattle

At least three militants were killed in an overnight gunbattle with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, police said yesterday.

Over 200,000 gather in Delhi in push for temple

Over 200,000 gather in Delhi in push for temple

Dozens of Hindu monks and tens of thousands of followers, gathered under the banner of groups linked to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party, yesterday urged the government to help build a temple on the ruins of a 16th-century mosque.

Brexit deal defeat could topple govt, states May

Brexit deal defeat could topple govt, states May

Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday warned that parliament’s rejection of her Brexit deal could leave Britain in the European Union and bring the opposition Labour Party to power.

Japan’s empress-in-waiting ‘insecure’ but vows to serve

Japan’s empress-in-waiting ‘insecure’ but vows to serve

Japan’s Crown Princess Masako yesterday pledged to do her best despite feeling ‘insecure’ about becoming empress in mere months, in a candid statement released on her 55th birthday.

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