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Ethiopia says will not 'cave in' after Trump slams Nile dam

Ethiopia says will not 'cave in' after Trump slams Nile dam

Ethiopia vowed Saturday not to ‘cave in to aggressions of any kind’ after US President Donald Trump lashed out over the country's Nile River mega-dam and suggested Egypt might destroy it.

Polish President tests positive for coronavirus

Polish President tests positive for coronavirus

Polish President Andrzej Duda has tested positive for coronavirus and is subject to quarantine but is feeling good, presidential minister Blazej Spychalski announced on Saturday.

Olympic chief says Games cannot be 'marketplace of demonstrations'

Olympic chief says Games cannot be 'marketplace of demonstrations'

Olympic chief Thomas Bach warned against allowing the Games to ‘descend into a marketplace of demonstrations’ on Saturday after criticism of a rule banning protests by athletes.

US sets single-day record for Covid-19 cases during new surge

US sets single-day record for Covid-19 cases during new surge

More than 84,000 people were diagnosed with Covid-19 across the United States on Friday, according to a Reuters tally, a record one-day increase in infections during the pandemic as the virus surges again nationwide.

Galapagos sees record rise in penguins, flightless cormorants

Galapagos sees record rise in penguins, flightless cormorants

The population of Galapagos penguins and flightless cormorants, two species endemic to the islands, has seen a record increase, study results released Friday showed.

In Asia, US's Pompeo expected to bolster allies against China

In Asia, US's Pompeo expected to bolster allies against China

US Secretary of State of Mike Pompeo is flying to India next week to strengthen strategic ties with a nation that is locked in a military standoff with China, in Washington's latest effort to bolster allies against Beijing.

Europe, WHO sound alarm over resurgent virus crisis

Europe, WHO sound alarm over resurgent virus crisis

The European Union's disease control agency has joined frantic health workers to sound the alarm over a coronavirus surge across the continent, as the World Health Organisation warned of an ‘exponential’ rise in infections.

Internet outages in tense Guinea as Conde on course for vote win

Internet outages in tense Guinea as Conde on course for vote win

Guinea, gripped by days of post-election violence, suffered widespread Internet disruptions yesterday and the government mobilised the army after preliminary results showed a victory for President Alpha Conde.

Puppy with green fur born in Italy

Puppy with green fur born in Italy

Italian farmer Cristian Mallocci could not believe his eyes when Spelacchia, one of his eight dogs, gave birth to a green-furred puppy.

Too many nations seeing ‘exponential’ virus surge

Too many nations seeing ‘exponential’ virus surge

The northern hemisphere is facing a crucial moment in fighting the coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said yesterday, with too many countries witnessing an exponential increase in coronavirus cases.

PM would go to UK if need be to bring Sharif back

PM would go to UK if need be to bring Sharif back

Prime Minister Imran Khan has vowed to bring Nawaz Sharif back from London to serve his prison sentence, and said that he would visit the United Kingdom if necessary to make it happen.

Modi woos Bihar voters with attack on opposition

Modi woos Bihar voters with attack on opposition

Five days ahead of the first phase of the Bihar Assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said that the state’s people cannot forget the “lawlessness” seen during the 15-year rule of the opposition (Rashtriya Janata Dal).

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