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Cricket ‘superfan’ granny dies at 87

Cricket ‘superfan’ granny dies at 87

India’s cricket bosses led nationwide tributes yesterday following the death of the country’s wheelchair-bound “superfan” Charulata Patel at the age of 87.

Bollywood star slams Uber after ‘scariest experience’

Bollywood star slams Uber after ‘scariest experience’

Bollywood star Sonam Kapoor Ahuja has warned Uber users against the ride-hailing app in London after suffering “the scariest experience” with a driver in the British capital.

Russia’s new premier promises ‘real changes’

Russia’s new premier promises ‘real changes’

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s new prime minister promised “real changes” yesterday as he was approved by lawmakers after the Kremlin announced sweeping reform plans.

French unions block ports as pension strikes lose steam

French unions block ports as pension strikes lose steam

French trade unions blocked ports and disrupted power production yesterday, searching for a way to force President Emmanuel Macron to ditch a planned pension overhaul as the impact of transport strikes weakens.

Sweden suffers surge in bomb attacks

Sweden suffers surge in bomb attacks

A surge in drug-linked gang-violence in Sweden led to a 60% increase in bomb blasts in 2019, government statistics showed yesterday, as police work to rid the streets of explosives and guns with more officers on patrol.

Sweden suffers surge in bomb attacks

Sweden suffers surge in bomb attacks

A surge in drug-linked gang-violence in Sweden led to a 60% increase in bomb blasts in 2019, government statistics showed yesterday, as police work to rid the streets of explosives and guns with more officers on patrol.

As Brexit clock ticks, Britain in ding-dong over Big Ben bongs

As Brexit clock ticks, Britain in ding-dong over Big Ben bongs

To bong or not to bong? The question exercising Britons as they face their last few days of EU membership is not about trade or sovereignty but whether Big Ben should ring out for Brexit.

Irish farmers fire election warning shot with Dublin tractor protest

Irish farmers fire election warning shot with Dublin tractor protest

Irish farmers have paralysed parts of central Dublin for the second time in as many months by parking more than 100 tractors in the streets on Wednesday in a protest against the government on the first day of its re-election campaign.

Harry resurfaces but stays mum on royal rumpus

Harry resurfaces but stays mum on royal rumpus

Prince Harry yesterday kept silent about the shock decision he and his wife took last week to quit as full-time royals at his first public appearance since the bombshell announcement.

Trump impeachment trial begins in Senate

Trump impeachment trial begins in Senate

The historic impeachment trial of President Donald Trump began in a bitterly divided Senate on Thursday with a solemn reading to a hushed chamber of the charges facing the combative 45th US president.

Pakistan committed to Kashmir talks: Qureshi

Pakistan committed to Kashmir talks: Qureshi

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has met United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in New York, where he apprised the UN chief about the situation in Indian-administered Kashmir.

New US-bound Honduran caravan enters Guatemala

New US-bound Honduran caravan enters Guatemala

Hundreds of people in the vanguard of a new migrant caravan from Honduras forced their way across the border with Guatemala on Wednesday, intent on reaching the United States.

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