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I was in no condition to ever hurt Heard: Depp

I was in no condition to ever hurt Heard: Depp

Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp yesterday testified he was often so high or strung out on drugs that he was “in no condition” to hurt his ex-wife Amber Heard.

Bengaluru split into zones to contain virus

Bengaluru split into zones to contain virus

Alarmed over surging Covid-19 cases, the Karnataka government has decided to divide the city into containment zones to curb the spread of the pandemic, a state minister said yesterday.

Japan rescuers battle to reach scores trapped by floods

Japan rescuers battle to reach scores trapped by floods

Japanese emergency services and troops scrambled yesterday to reach thousands of homes cut off by catastrophic flooding and landslides that have killed dozens and caused widespread damage.

Court denies Congress, but lets prosecutor get Trump records

Court denies Congress, but lets prosecutor get Trump records

The US Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that a New York prosecutor is entitled to potentially gain access to President Donald Trump's financial records, including tax returns ...

Gardener uses lockdown to save botanical paradise

Gardener uses lockdown to save botanical paradise

When the coronavirus pandemic swept through Colombia in March, forcing a national lockdown, Alberto Gomez decided he would sit it out amid the lush green foliage of his botanical garden and tend to his plants.

Trump, Obrador hail ties at Washington summit

Trump, Obrador hail ties at Washington summit

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador held talks with Donald Trump at the White House on Wednesday under the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic and the US leader’s past disparaging remarks about America’s southern neighbour.

‘Hooligans’ blamed for violent Serbia protests

‘Hooligans’ blamed for violent Serbia protests

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic yesterday accused “criminal hooligans” of driving the violence in protests that have erupted in Belgrade and other cities over the government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

China’s new strategy to tame second-wave virus outbreaks

China’s new strategy to tame second-wave virus outbreaks

A recent coronavirus outbreak in Beijing sowed fears of a second wave of infections in China, but officials appear to have beat back the disease with a new targeted strategy. Authorities did not repeat the drastic nationwide shutdown seen when the virus first spread from Wuhan earlier this year.

5mn begin lockdown in Melbourne

5mn begin lockdown in Melbourne

Five million people in Australia’s second-biggest city began a new lockdown yesterday, returning to tough restrictions just weeks after they ended as Melbourne grapples with a resurgence of coronavirus cases.

Outrage over death of black teenager in juvenile facility

Outrage over death of black teenager in juvenile facility

A viral video showing a black teen losing consciousness while being choked by staff members of a juvenile delinquency centre sparked outrage on Wednesday, as anti-racism protests continue to rage across the United States.

Kenyan and British historians shed light on colonial abuses

Kenyan and British historians shed light on colonial abuses

Nearing 100, Gitu Wa Kahengeri clearly remembers the day when, as a prisoner of Kenya’s colonial occupier Britain, he wanted to die.

Ouattara pressed to seek 3rd term after PM’s death

Ouattara pressed to seek 3rd term after PM’s death

Leaders from Ivory Coast’s ruling party agreed at a closed-door meeting late Wednesday to press President Alassane Ouattara to seek a third term in October’s election following the sudden death of Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly, two sources said.

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