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In one Philly garage, women using their own elbow grease

In one Philly garage, women using their own elbow grease

On the outside, the auto body shop looks like the three other garages in this unassuming suburb of Philadelphia.

Right-wingers slam left-wing violence at Seattle protest

Right-wingers slam left-wing violence at Seattle protest

More than 100 right-wing demonstrators marched with firearms through the streets of downtown Seattle on Saturday afternoon, in an event billed as a protest against an alleged tide of left-wing violence.

Brazil deploys troops at Venezuela border

Brazil deploys troops at Venezuela border

Brazil has called in troops to its border with Venezuela after residents of the Brazilian border town of Pacaraima drove out Venezuelan immigrants from their improvised camps, amid growing regional tensions.

OAS chief reiterates call for Nicaragua elections

OAS chief reiterates call for Nicaragua elections

Crisis-torn Nicaragua must hold elections to return the country to democracy after four months of protests against President Daniel Ortega’s rule, the head of the Organization of American States said yesterday.

Work with me, Khan says in maiden speech as PM

Work with me, Khan says in maiden speech as PM

In the most important public speech of his life last night, Prime Minister Imran Khan opened up to his compatriots and overseas Pakistanis with a roadmap designed to take the country out of deep economic crisis.

Activist on hunger strike sent to hospital

Activist on hunger strike sent to hospital

Hunger-striking Russian activist Sergei Udaltsov was hospitalised yesterday as he serves a one-month term over organising protests, according to observers and his social media channels.

Sightings and satellites help track ocean giant

Sightings and satellites help track ocean giant

The sight of a basking shark’s brooding silhouette gliding through the waters off western France is more than just a rare treat for sailors – it is a boon for scientists trying to trace its secretive migrations across the globe.

Genoa search operation ended, death toll at 43

Genoa search operation ended, death toll at 43

The search operation for those missing after a motorway bridge collapsed in the Italian port city of Genoa ended overnight after the last three bodies were found, bringing the official death toll to 43.

Rush to visit Franco’s tomb before his remains are moved

Rush to visit Franco’s tomb before his remains are moved

“Since they are going to remove Franco, I wanted to see it. It’s morbid curiosity,” says Antonio Nevado, one of thousands of Spaniards who have rushed to visit the late dictator’s tomb before his remains are moved.

German SPD head to go on offensive in EU polls

German SPD head to go on offensive in EU polls

Germany’s centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) will go on the offensive against anti-European and right-wing populist tendencies in upcoming European Parliament elections, party head Andrea Nahles said yesterday.

Yazidi former slave ‘trapped’ by IS ... in Iraq and Germany

Yazidi former slave ‘trapped’ by IS ... in Iraq and Germany

A young Yazidi woman who fled to Germany but returned home to northern Iraq says she cannot escape her Islamic State (IS) group captor who held her as a sex slave for three months.

Swiss mourn ‘visionary and friend’ Kofi Annan

Swiss mourn ‘visionary and friend’ Kofi Annan

As tributes flooded in from around the world yesterday for former UN chief Kofi Annan, Switzerland mourned a “visionary” who helped bolster his adopted home’s position as an international diplomatic hub.

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