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Sri Lanka, without prime minister and cabinet, grinds to political halt

Sri Lanka, without prime minister and cabinet, grinds to political halt

Sri Lanka appeared to be politically rudderless on Thursday as the speaker of parliament declared there was no functioning prime minister or cabinet after a no-confidence vote the previous day.

UK ministers quit over draft Brexit deal, pound and bank stocks tumble

UK ministers quit over draft Brexit deal, pound and bank stocks tumble

Prime Minister Theresa May battled on Thursday to save a draft divorce deal with the European Union after her Brexit secretary and other ministers quit in protest at a draft agreement ...

Tens of thousands die in Africa each year due to fake drugs

Tens of thousands die in Africa each year due to fake drugs

When Moustapha Dieng came down with stomach pains one day last month he did the sensible thing and went to a doctor in his hometown of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso's capital.

India braces for cyclone, puts navy on alert

India braces for cyclone, puts navy on alert

Tens of thousands of rescue personnel were on standby and many more people were evacuated in southern India on Thursday as authorities braced for the arrival of Cyclone Gaja.

Macron braces for motorist revolt on France's highways

Macron braces for motorist revolt on France's highways

President Emmanuel Macron, hit by a slump in popularity, faces a nationwide protest this weekend over rising fuel taxes that threatens to gridlock France's roads ...

Playing catch-up, Germany throws money at AI

Playing catch-up, Germany throws money at AI

Germany plans to invest more than 3 billion euros ($3.39 million) by 2025 to beef up its artificial intelligence capabilities and appoint 100 professors to lecture about it ...

Bangladesh police break up opposition protest

Bangladesh police break up opposition protest

Bangladesh police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at opposition party supporters in the capital Dhaka yesterday as tension soared weeks before a general election.

Lanka parliament sacks new PM, leaving power vacuum

Lanka parliament sacks new PM, leaving power vacuum

Sri Lanka’s parliament yesterday voted out the bitterly disputed government of former strongman Mahinda Rajapakse, removing one controversial figure but leaving the country in a power vacuum.

Defiant Italy sets stage for budget showdown with EU

Defiant Italy sets stage for budget showdown with EU

Italy yesterday re-submitted its draft 2019 budget to the European Commission with the same growth and deficit assumptions as a draft rejected for breaking European Union rules, stepping up its showdown with the EU over its fiscal policy.

Wolves at the door, Alpine shepherd can’t imagine any other life

Wolves at the door, Alpine shepherd can’t imagine any other life

He sleeps fully dressed, dreading a midnight wolf attack on the flock of sheep penned in close by his hut, high up in the French Alps.

Centre-right PM candidate fails to win Sweden House support

Centre-right PM candidate fails to win Sweden House support

Sweden’s parliament yesterday rejected centre-right Moderates party leader Ulf Kristersson as new prime minister in a vote, leaving no end in sight to the political deadlock that has gripped the country since a September election.

After aborted mission, Nasa astronaut confident about December launch

After aborted mission, Nasa astronaut confident about December launch

The American astronaut who will hitch the first ride on a Russian rocket since last month’s aborted launch and dramatic emergency landing is confident that her scheduled trip in December on a rocket that she calls a “workhorse” will go smoothly.

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