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UK men jailed for stealing Viking treasure

UK men jailed for stealing Viking treasure

Two British men were jailed Friday for stealing a valuable hoard of 1,100-year-old coins and jewellery they found with metal detectors -- much of which remains missing.

Three dead after Colombia protests, tear gas used in renewed confrontations

Three dead after Colombia protests, tear gas used in renewed confrontations

Three people were killed in events following Thursday marches across Colombia, the defense minister said, as cities woke on Friday to widespread public transportation problems

French doctor still treating patients at 98

French doctor still treating patients at 98

Now 98 years old, Christian Chenay is still working and opens his surgery in the Paris suburbs two mornings a week for patients, some of whom he has treated for decades.

Trump: Hong Kong would be 'obliterated in 14 minutes' if not for me

Trump: Hong Kong would be 'obliterated in 14 minutes' if not for me

US President Donald Trump said Friday he had saved Hong Kong from being destroyed by persuading Chinese President Xi Jinping to hold off

South African Airways inks deal to end eight-day strike

South African Airways inks deal to end eight-day strike

South African Airways (SAA) signed a wage deal with trade unions on Friday to end an eight-day strike that brought the cash-strapped state airline to the brink of collapse.

Republicans’ Ukraine conspiracy is ‘untrue’

Republicans’ Ukraine conspiracy is ‘untrue’

President Donald Trump’s former Russia adviser Fiona Hill has urged lawmakers in the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry not to promote “politically driven falsehoods” that cast doubt on Russia’s interference in the 2016 US election.

Imran gets ‘Lifetime Achievement’ award from British Sikh groups

Imran gets ‘Lifetime Achievement’ award from British Sikh groups

Prime Minister Imran Khan has been recognised with a “Lifetime Achievement” award by two leading British Sikh organisations during the 550th birth anniversary celebrations of the founder of the Sikh faith, Guru Nanak.

Colombians demonstrate against Duque policies

Colombians demonstrate against Duque policies

Thousands of Colombians took to the streets yesterday to demonstrate against liberal economic policies and armed conflict, amid fears from the government that the country could join the violent protest wave sweeping other Latin American countries.

French cop on trial over ‘yellow vest’ violence

French cop on trial over ‘yellow vest’ violence

A French police officer appeared in court yesterday for hurling a paving stone at protesters during a “yellow vest” rally, the first member of the security forces to face trial after numerous allegations of police brutality during the weekly protests.

Labour unveils ‘radical’ plan to remake Britain

Labour unveils ‘radical’ plan to remake Britain

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn unveiled his party’s election manifesto yesterday, setting out radical plans to transform Britain with public sector pay rises, higher taxes on companies and a sweeping nationalisation of infrastructure.

Queen presents Attenborough award

Queen presents Attenborough award

Queen Elizabeth presented broadcaster David Attenborough with an award for his hit television nature series Blue Planet II, which raised public awareness around the world of the danger of plastic pollution in oceans.

Modi govt selling country, says Congress

Modi govt selling country, says Congress

The Congress yesterday slammed the government over the disinvestment of profitable public sector undertaking and accused it of selling the country.

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