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UN calls on Zimbabwe government to end crackdown

UN calls on Zimbabwe government to end crackdown

The UN human rights office is calling on Zimbabwean security forces to stop their violent crackdown on people protesting the government's economic austerity measures ...

Real progress needed at Trump-Kim II: analysts

Real progress needed at Trump-Kim II: analysts

The planned second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un needs to make tangible progress on Pyongyang's nuclear weapons if it is to avoid being dismissed as ‘reality TV’ ...

India praised for ‘perfect finish’ to historic Australia tour

India praised for ‘perfect finish’ to historic Australia tour

India's cricketers are being hailed a once-in-a-generation side as the World Cup looms, capping off a ‘perfect finish’ to their historic Australia tour with a maiden one-day international bilateral series victory.

Philippines' richest man, retail tycoon Henry Sy Sr, dies at 94

Philippines' richest man, retail tycoon Henry Sy Sr, dies at 94

The Philippines' richest man and founder of one of the biggest business conglomerates in the country, Henry Sy Sr, died Saturday aged 94, his company said.

Two monks shot dead as violence flares in Thailand's deep south

Two monks shot dead as violence flares in Thailand's deep south

Gunmen in Thailand's deep south shot dead two Buddhist monks and wounded two others inside a temple, police said Saturday, capping a week of deadly violence as the prime minister vowed to ‘punish’ those responsible.

Mexican pipeline blast during fuel raid kills at least 21

Mexican pipeline blast during fuel raid kills at least 21

At least 21 people were killed and 71 were injured on Friday when a pipeline ruptured by suspected fuel thieves exploded in central Mexico as dozens of people tried to fill up containers ...

Hundreds detained in Zimbabwe protests

Hundreds detained in Zimbabwe protests

Hundreds of Zimbabweans arrested during anti-government protests were detained yesterday on public order charges, as the United Nations urged an end to a brutal security crackdown and an internet blackout.

Vigils held in Australia for murdered Israeli girl

Vigils held in Australia for murdered Israeli girl

Hundreds of Australians dressed in black gathered in Melbourne on the steps of Victorian state parliament late yesterday for a silent vigil in memory of murdered Israeli student Aiia Maasarwe.

Chief Justice Khosa takes oath of office

Chief Justice Khosa takes oath of office

Pakistan’s new chief justice was sworn in yesterday, pledging reform of a Supreme Court whose controversial decisions include ousting a prime minister and freeing a woman accused of blasphemy.

Third Women’s March approaches

Third Women’s March approaches

In January 2017, hundreds of thousands turned out for the first Women’s March, united by their disdain for President Donald Trump, who had taken office the day before.

Latest report on Trump draws House inquiry

Latest report on Trump draws House inquiry

Two leading Democrats in the US House of Representatives promised to investigate US President Donald Trump’s dealings with his personal lawyer Michael Cohen after a media report said Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress in violation of US law.

US special envoy in Pakistan for talks on Afghan peace

US special envoy in Pakistan for talks on Afghan peace

US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad and the top Nato commander in Afghanistan met Pakistani officials on Thursday as they pursued diplomatic efforts to push forward talks with the Afghan Taliban.

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