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Thousands rally to mark martial law anniversary

Thousands rally to mark martial law anniversary

Thousands of people took to the streets in the Philippines yesterday to denounce the policies of President Rodrigo Duterte, and to mark 46 years since late strongman Ferdinand Marcos placed the country under martial law.

UK government reaffirms commitment to work with Pakistan

UK government reaffirms commitment to work with Pakistan

Britain’s Home Secretary Sajid Javid has reaffirmed the strong partnership reached between the UK and Pakistan during his two-day visit to Islamabad earlier this week.

Top court sets Monday to hear petition against PM

Top court sets Monday to hear petition against PM

A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar, will take up next week a petition seeking disqualification of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Pope to preach solidarity on four-day visit to Baltics

Pope to preach solidarity on four-day visit to Baltics

Pope Francis will carry a message of solidarity to the Baltic nations on a visit starting today, nearly 30 years after they broke away from the Soviet Union and as they look warily towards a newly aggressive Russia.

Merkel seeks solution to upheaval over spy chief

Merkel seeks solution to upheaval over spy chief

Chancellor Angela Merkel said yesterday that the leaders of her coalition parties would try to find a solution this weekend to a row over Germany’s scandal-tainted spymaster, seeking to defuse a problem that has plunged the government into crisis.

German defence minister apologises for fire

German defence minister apologises for fire

German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen has apologised for a fire on a dried-up bog in northern Germany that was ignited by a rocket tests at a nearby military test site.

Alcohol responsible for 3mn deaths worldwide: WHO

Alcohol responsible for 3mn deaths worldwide: WHO

Alcohol kills 3mn people worldwide each year – more than Aids, violence and road accidents combined, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said yesterday, adding that men are particularly at risk.

Ukip not to join Bannon’s anti-EU movement: Batten

Ukip not to join Bannon’s anti-EU movement: Batten

The United Kingdom Independence Party has no plans to join an anti-European Union campaign masterminded by US President Donald Trump’s former strategist Steve Bannon, Ukip’s leader said.

Observers express doubts on Moon’s nuclear diplomacy

Observers express doubts on Moon’s nuclear diplomacy

South Korean President Moon Jae-in has embarked on a “dangerous gamble”, analysts said, after he secured only minimal concessions from Kim Jong-un to reboot the North’s nuclear negotiations with Washington.

Costa Rica strike

Costa Rica strike

Workers of Costa Rica oil refinery Recope demonstrate in Cartago during an indefinite strike. Trade unions from Costa Rica’s public sector began the strike on September 10

Heavy rains lash Mexico

Heavy rains lash Mexico

People wade through a flooded street in Culiacan, Sinaloa state, Mexico. Heavy rains have flooded different neighbourhoods of Culiacan.

Farc warns over risks to Colombia peace deal

Farc warns over risks to Colombia peace deal

Former Farc rebel commander and Colombian senator Victoria Sandino said that the hard-won peace deal between Bogota and the leftist guerillas risked being derailed.

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