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Ryanair passenger's racist rant prompts British police investigation

Ryanair passenger's racist rant prompts British police investigation

British police are investigating after footage of a man shouting racist abuse at an elderly black woman on a Ryanair flight went viral over the weekend, with the airline facing criticism over how it dealt with the incident.

Doctors find 122 nails in Ethiopian's stomach

Doctors find 122 nails in Ethiopian's stomach

Ethiopian doctors extracted over a hundred iron nails and other sharp objects from the stomach of a patient in the capital Addis Ababa at the weekend.

 US general wounded in last week's Afghan insider attack

US general wounded in last week's Afghan insider attack

A US army general was among those injured in a Taliban attack on top US and Afghan security chiefs inside a highly secure compound last week in Kandahar province, a military spokesman confirmed.

S.Korea says fighter jet deal with Indonesia is on track, despite $200mn unpaid

S.Korea says fighter jet deal with Indonesia is on track, despite $200mn unpaid

South Korea said on Monday a project to develop a fighter jet with Indonesia was on track, and it will negotiate a way for Indonesia to pay its contribution, of which about $200 million is unpaid.

Honduran migrants march as Trump vows 'full efforts' to halt them

Honduran migrants march as Trump vows 'full efforts' to halt them

Thousands of Honduran migrants whose trek toward the United States has triggered tirades from US President Donald Trump forged on Sunday after crossing a river into Mexico, marching for hours.

Taiwan investigates train crash that killed 18

Taiwan investigates train crash that killed 18

Taiwan's president pushed for a swift investigation Monday after an express train derailed on a coastal tourist route, killing 18 people as it sent sleeping passengers flying from their seats.

Craze for DNA ‘heritage’ tests may bolster racism

Craze for DNA ‘heritage’ tests may bolster racism

Millions of Americans are using DNA test kits sold online to research their ancestry, either out of simple curiosity or to find answers about their identity.

Democrats remain favoured but Trump has pushed back

Democrats remain favoured but Trump has pushed back

With key US elections just over two weeks away, polls suggest the anticipated “blue wave” of Democratic voters might not be as powerful as it had seemed just a few months ago.

Migrant ‘caravan’ resumes march from Mexico to US

Migrant ‘caravan’ resumes march from Mexico to US

Thousands of Honduran migrants, whose journey toward the United States has triggered a series of tirades from Donald Trump, yesterday resumed their long march after crossing a river into Mexico.

Peru in danger of losing its national cinchona tree

Peru in danger of losing its national cinchona tree

Pre-Columbian people used its bark as a medicine while South American liberator Simon Bolivar adopted it in Peru’s coat of arms, but the cinchona tree is facing a battle for survival as vast swathes of forest are chopped down to make way for plantations.

Venezuela teen’s political cartoons sketch his country’s downfall

Venezuela teen’s political cartoons sketch his country’s downfall

In one drawing, Lady Justice is seen fleeing Venezuela, a sword in her right hand and a suitcase in the left.

Top US senator blames Saudi prince for Khashoggi death

Top US senator blames Saudi prince for Khashoggi death

A leading Republican US senator said yesterday he believed Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman was responsible for the death of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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