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Albayalde ‘innocent until proven guilty’

Albayalde ‘innocent until proven guilty’

The Philippine National Police (PNP) yesterday said its former chief Gen. Oscar Albayalde, and 13 so-called ninja cops “remain innocent until proven guilty.”

Protesters held as shutdown hits transport services in Telangana

Protesters held as shutdown hits transport services in Telangana

A day-long shutdown called by employees of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) affected transport services across the southern state yesterday.

Spain govt says no to Catalan negotiations

Spain govt says no to Catalan negotiations

Spain’s government has dismissed calls from Catalonia’s pro-independence regional chief for talks over a wave of violence sparked by the jailing of separatist leaders, as police braced for fresh protests.

Anti-Brexit activists march to parliament

Anti-Brexit activists march to parliament

Hundreds of thousands of Britons marched through London yesterday to demand a new Brexit referendum and celebrated as lawmakers in parliament voted to postpone Britain’s departure from the European Union.

Hong Kong protest leaders urge turnout for march

Hong Kong protest leaders urge turnout for march

Pro-democracy leaders called on Hong Kong’s citizens to join a Sunday anti-government march in spite of the risk of arrest, after police banned the rally which is seen as a test of the protest movement’s strength following months of unrest.

Chileans bang pots and pans as protests continue

Chileans bang pots and pans as protests continue

Chileans angry over social and economic woes yesterday banged pots and pans in a noisy but peaceful continuation of violent protests that prompted the government to declare a state of emergency.

Catalan leaders demand talks with Madrid after violent clashes

Catalan leaders demand talks with Madrid after violent clashes

Separatist Catalan leaders on Saturday called on the Spanish government to enter into talks as Barcelona braced for fresh violence after days of clashes between police and protesters.

Mozambique's Nyusi takes election lead, opposition cries foul

Mozambique's Nyusi takes election lead, opposition cries foul

Mozambique's incumbent President Filipe Nyusi has taken an early lead in results from this week's presidential election but the main opposition party has questioned the results ...

British MPs vote to delay Brexit deal decision

British MPs vote to delay Brexit deal decision

British MPs on Saturday voted to delay a decision on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, arguing they needed more time to study its contents before an October 31 deadline.

North Macedonia PM calls for snap election after EU snub

North Macedonia PM calls for snap election after EU snub

North Macedonia's prime minister on Saturday proposed a snap election after the EU blocked the start of membership talks, which had been the key policy goal of his administration.

Angry over Brexit, thousands gather in London demanding new referendum

Angry over Brexit, thousands gather in London demanding new referendum

The battle over Brexit spilled onto the streets of London on Saturday when tens of thousands of people gathered to demand a new referendum while lawmakers decided the fate of Britain's departure from the European Union.

Six killed in Mali attack on pro-government forces

Six killed in Mali attack on pro-government forces

Six people were killed late Friday when unknown assailants attacked a post held by armed pro-government groups in strife-torn northeastern Mali, the groups said in a statement.

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