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Charles to make first royal visit to Cuba

Charles to make first royal visit to Cuba

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will become the first members of the royal family to make an official visit to Communist-run Cuba in March, in a trip intended to underscore a growing bilateral relationship.

Dozen ministers could quit over ‘no-deal’ Brexit: Grieve

Dozen ministers could quit over ‘no-deal’ Brexit: Grieve

Dominic Grieve, a leading Conservative opponent of Brexit, has predicted that up to a dozen ministers – including six from the Cabinet – could resign if Britain leaves the EU without a deal.

Pulwama terror strike

Pulwama terror strike

Indians poured onto social media yesterday to vent their fury over a suicide bombing in Kashmir, with many of them calling for swift retribution as TV news shows hosted jingoistic debates.

Attack alert ‘was issued a week ago’

Attack alert ‘was issued a week ago’

The Kashmir Police on February 8 had sent an intelligence input to the Central Reserve Police Force, Border Security Force, Indo-Tibetan Border Police, Sashastra Seema Bal, army and the air force warning of a possible IED attack, according to a letter written by the state police inspector general.

US imposes sanctions on officials close to Maduro

US imposes sanctions on officials close to Maduro

The US treasury department yesterday announced new sanctions on Venezuelan intelligence and other officials close to President Nicolas Maduro.

Media attacks show president accelerating towards authoritarian state

Media attacks show president accelerating towards authoritarian state

“I will do the right thing,” Maria Ressa, CEO of the Philippines news site Rappler, told reporters as she was led away by police officers having been served a warrant for her arrest in her own newsroom.

Nearly 1mn children to be vaccinated against measles

Nearly 1mn children to be vaccinated against measles

At least 1mn children in Manila aged six to 59 months will be given anti-measles vaccines starting today, to prevent the number of possible victims of the dreaded disease from rising, according to the Philippine Red Cross (PRC).

Crunch time as Nigeria goes to the polls today

Crunch time as Nigeria goes to the polls today

Nigeria made final preparations yesterday on the eve of a presidential election, with continuity pitted against reform in a battle between incumbent Muhamadu Buhari and his main rival Atiku Abubakar.

Security tight for World Congregation near Dhaka

Security tight for World Congregation near Dhaka

Security was tight as hundreds of thousands of people gathered for Biswa Ijtema, or World Congregation of Muslims in Bangladesh yesterday.

N Korea officials head to Vietnam prior to summit

N Korea officials head to Vietnam prior to summit

Twelve North Korean officials — including Kim Jong-un’s de-facto chief of staff — were en-route to Vietnam yesterday ahead of a second scheduled summit between Kim and US President Donald Trump, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency said.

Spain PM calls April election

Spain PM calls April election

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has called a snap national election for April 28 after parliament voted down his budget bill, spelling an uncertain few months for a country whose political landscape is increasingly fragmented.

UN warns of locust surge on both sides of Red Sea

UN warns of locust surge on both sides of Red Sea

A locust outbreak in Sudan and Eritrea is spreading rapidly along both sides of the Red Sea to Saudi Arabia and Egypt, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization said on Friday, flagging a possible threat to crops and food security.

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