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Kris Aquino discharged from Singapore hospital

Kris Aquino discharged from Singapore hospital

Days after posting her photographs confined in a hospital in Singapore, multimedia star Kris Aquino was discharged on Sunday after undergoing a battery of tests in relation to an autoimmune disease.

Trillanes pleads ‘not guilty’ to libel charges

Trillanes pleads ‘not guilty’ to libel charges

Senator Antonio Trillanes pleaded not guilty to libel charges, which President Rodrigo Duterte’s son and son-in-law filed against him before a Davao City court, according to a radio report yesterday.

Couple on honeymoon drowns in Maldives

Couple on honeymoon drowns in Maldives

It was a dream honeymoon weekend for newlyweds Leomer and Erika Joyce Lagradilla in the Maldives, the tourist archipelago in the Indian Ocean where celebrities and social media influencers flock.

Opposition leaders agree on joint anti-govt strategy

Opposition leaders agree on joint anti-govt strategy

Opposition leaders have agreed to adopt a joint strategy within and without parliament to give the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-led government a tough time on crucial matters.

Aleema Khan pays 25% fine on foreign properties to FBR

Aleema Khan pays 25% fine on foreign properties to FBR

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s sister, Aleema Khan, has paid 25% of the fine on her foreign properties to the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).

Malala has photo of Benazir in room

Malala has photo of Benazir in room

The world’s youngest Nobel Prize laureate and education activist Malala Yousafzai has revealed that she had a photo of late former prime minister Benazir Bhutto in her room at Oxford University.

Police raid Barcelona cell suspected of attack plot

Police raid Barcelona cell suspected of attack plot

Spanish police mounted a counter-terrorism operation in Barcelona and a nearby city yesterday against an alleged militant Islamist cell suspected of plotting an attack, local officials said.

Soul-searching in Poland over mayor’s public murder

Soul-searching in Poland over mayor’s public murder

Poland was mulling yesterday over the prevalence of hate speech in politics a day after Gdansk mayor Pawel Adamowicz died from stab wounds inflicted by an attacker with a political grudge.

Macron kickstarts nationwide ‘debate’ on French concerns

Macron kickstarts nationwide ‘debate’ on French concerns

French President Emmanuel Macron attempted yesterday to rebound from two months of often violent anti-government protests by launching a nationwide debate over the grievances fuelling the “yellow vest” movement.

Guests escape harm as avalanche hits hotel

Guests escape harm as avalanche hits hotel

Around 60 guests were evacuated from an Austrian hotel and holiday apartment house early yesterday after the buildings were engulfed by an avalanche, rescue services said.

French court cancels Monsanto weedkiller permit

French court cancels Monsanto weedkiller permit

A French court has cancelled the licence for one of Monsanto’s glyphosate-based weedkillers over safety concerns, placing an immediate ban on Roundup Pro 360 in the latest legal blow to the Bayer-owned business.

Protest in Andalusia against coalition govt

Protest in Andalusia against coalition govt

Thousands of people, mainly women, protested outside of Andalusia’s regional parliament yesterday against a deal to bring a conservative government to power in Spain’s most populous region with support from an anti-feminist far-right party.

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