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Brussels Airlines to cancel around 700 flights over summer holiday

Brussels Airlines to cancel around 700 flights over summer holiday

The Belgian subsidiary of Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, is cancelling close to 700 flights over the summer holiday period, around 6% of those scheduled, to reduce workload and avoid strikes, the airline said on Monday.

1.7 million locked down in China's Anhui province

1.7 million locked down in China's Anhui province

China placed 1.7 million people under lockdown in central Anhui province, where authorities reported nearly 300 new cases Monday in the latest of a string of outbreaks testing Beijing's no-tolerance approach to Covid-19.

Visionary British theatre director Brook dies at 97

Visionary British theatre director Brook dies at 97

Peter Brook, one of the world’s most innovative theatre directors who perfected the art of staging powerful drama in bizarre venues, has died aged 97, his publisher said yesterday.

Georgians ask govt to quit over EU candidacy failure

Georgians ask govt to quit over EU candidacy failure

Tens of thousands of people rallied in Georgia yesterday demanding that the government resign over its failure to formally secure candidacy for membership of the European Union.

Black Sunday in Copenhagen

Black Sunday in Copenhagen

Several people were killed in a shooting at a shopping centre in Copenhagen yesterday, Danish police said, adding they had arrested a 22-year-old Danish man and could not rule out it was an “act of terrorism”.

Lanka grinds to a halt as fuel reserves shrink

Lanka grinds to a halt as fuel reserves shrink

Sri Lanka has less than a day’s worth of fuel left, the energy minister said yesterday, with public transport grinding to a halt as the country’s economic crisis deepened.

Reliance and Britain’s Pret bet on India’s  changing tastes

Reliance and Britain’s Pret bet on India’s changing tastes

British snack chain Pret will adapt its menu to local tastes when it opens in Indian cities and airports under a partnership with retail giant Reliance to try to satisfy the nation’s growing appetite for upmarket refreshment.

Thousands told to evacuate as floods hit southeast Australia

Thousands told to evacuate as floods hit southeast Australia

Thousands of residents were ordered to evacuate southwest Sydney, Australia’s biggest city, yesterday with torrential rain and damaging winds pounding the east coast and floods expected to be worse than those that hit the region in the past year.

Sri Lanka struggling to pay for fuel shipments - minister

Sri Lanka struggling to pay for fuel shipments - minister

Sri Lanka is struggling to raise $587 million to pay for about half a dozen fuel shipments, a top minister said on Sunday as the cash-strapped country tries to cope with its worst financial crisis in decades.

India landslide death toll rises to 37

India landslide death toll rises to 37

The death toll from a massive landslide in India hit 37 on Sunday, authorities said, as rescue teams battled teeming rain to search for 25 others still missing three days later.

State of emergency in unrest-hit Uzbekistan region

State of emergency in unrest-hit Uzbekistan region

A state of emergency was in force in Uzbekistan's autonomous Karakalpakstan region Sunday after eyewitnesses told AFP that police had broken up a second night of anti-government protests in the administrative centre Nukus.

Fossil discovery solves mystery of how pandas became vegetarian

Fossil discovery solves mystery of how pandas became vegetarian

The discovery of panda fossils in China has helped researchers solve the mystery of how the giant species developed a "false thumb" and became the only dedicated vegetarian in the bear family.

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