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EU, US studying Iran response to ‘final’ nuclear text

EU, US studying Iran response to ‘final’ nuclear text

The European Union and United States said yesterday they were studying Iran’s response to a “final” draft agreement on reviving a 2015 nuclear accord with major powers the EU presented at talks in Vienna.

Odinga says presidential election result a ‘travesty’

Odinga says presidential election result a ‘travesty’

Kenyan politician Raila Odinga rejected as a “travesty” the result of an Aug 9 presidential election he was declared to have lost to Deputy President William Ruto, adding that Kenya’s democracy faces a long legal crisis.

Chinese ship docks in Lanka despite India, US concerns

Chinese ship docks in Lanka despite India, US concerns

A Chinese research vessel bristling with antennas and communication gear docked at Sri Lanka’s Chinese-run port of Hambantota yesterday despite concerns from India and the US about its alleged spying activities.

WHO turns to public for monkeypox name change

WHO turns to public for monkeypox name change

The World Health Organization, which is looking to rename monkeypox, called Tuesday for help from the public in coming up with a less stigmatising designation for the fast-spreading disease.

First post-blockade food aid ship leaves Ukraine for Africa

First post-blockade food aid ship leaves Ukraine for Africa

Two officers guarding a polio vaccination team in northwest Pakistan were shot dead by unidentified assailants, police said Tuesday, the latest deaths in an ongoing campaign to eradicate the disease.

Bus falls in Kashmir gorge, kills six Indian border police

Bus falls in Kashmir gorge, kills six Indian border police

A bus carrying personnel from India's high-altitude border police rolled off a mountainous road and fell into a gorge in Kashmir on Tuesday, killing at least six officers, police said.

Space mission shows Earth's water may be from asteroids

Space mission shows Earth's water may be from asteroids

Water may have been brought to Earth by asteroids from the outer edges of the solar system, scientists said after analysing rare samples collected on a six-year Japanese space mission.

Chinese ship docks in Sri Lanka despite India, US concerns

Chinese ship docks in Sri Lanka despite India, US concerns

A Chinese research vessel 'Yuang Yang 5' entered Sri Lanka's Chinese-run southern port of Hambantota on Tuesday despite concerns from India and the United States about its activities.

Oil tanker, passenger bus crash kills 20 in central Pakistan

Oil tanker, passenger bus crash kills 20 in central Pakistan

A speeding bus collided with an oil tanker in Pakistan, killing 20 people in a fiery crash overnight, police and rescue officials said on Tuesday.

India aims to be developed nation in 25 years: Modi

India aims to be developed nation in 25 years: Modi

India will aim to become a developed nation within 25 years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a national day address yesterday, with policies to support domestic production in power, defence and digital technology.

China conducts drills around Taiwan as US lawmakers visit

China conducts drills around Taiwan as US lawmakers visit

China staged fresh military drills around Taiwan yesterday, slamming a new visit by US lawmakers to the island days after a similar trip by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi triggered a furious response from Beijing.

Ruto declared winner in Kenya presidential poll

Ruto declared winner in Kenya presidential poll

Kenya’s elections chief declared Deputy President William Ruto the winner of a tight presidential race yesterday but some senior election officials disowned the result, fuelling fears of violence like that seen after previous disputed polls. Hailing the electoral commission as “heroes”, Ruto said:

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