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Assange sues Ecuador over 'fundamental rights'

Assange sues Ecuador over 'fundamental rights'

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange sued the Ecuador government Friday for violating his "fundamental rights" and limiting his access to the outside world while in asylum at its London embassy.

Train runs over crowd on tracks in northern India, 50 feared dead

Train runs over crowd on tracks in northern India, 50 feared dead

A commuter train travelling at high speed struck a crowd of people seated on tracks in northern India on Friday and at least 50 were feared killed, Punjab state police and witnesses said.

Tanzanian police say driver identified in billionaire kidnapping

Tanzanian police say driver identified in billionaire kidnapping

Tanzanian police said Friday they had identified the driver of a vehicle used in the kidnapping of Tanzanian billionaire Mohammed Dewji, who was snatched over a week ago.

Putin says globalisation to blame for Crimea college mass shooting

Putin says globalisation to blame for Crimea college mass shooting

Russian President Vladimir Putin has blamed a mass shooting at a college in Crimea on globalisation, saying that a problem that began in the United States had spread around the world through online communities on the Internet.

Trump threatens to send in troops to the border

Trump threatens to send in troops to the border

President Donald Trump has threatened to call up the military and close the US-Mexican border against an “onslaught” of migrants, stepping up anti-immigrant rhetoric ahead of congressional elections.

Khashoggi ‘certainly looks’ to be dead, says Trump

Khashoggi ‘certainly looks’ to be dead, says Trump

US President Donald Trump on Thursday said he presumes journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead and that the US response to Saudi Arabia will likely be "very severe" ...

The female car mechanic driving change in Pakistan

The female car mechanic driving change in Pakistan

Since picking up a wrench as one of the first female car mechanics in conservative Pakistan, Uzma Nawaz has faced two common reactions: shock, and surprise. And then a bit of respect.

Top aide says no to appointment as PM’s assistant

Top aide says no to appointment as PM’s assistant

Prime Minister Imran Khan has suffered a setback after one of his close aides declined to become his special assistant, according to sources.

Protestor killed in Haiti anti-graft demonstrations

Protestor killed in Haiti anti-graft demonstrations

At least one person was killed and dozens injured as thousands of protesters took to the streets in Haiti on Wednesday over a corruption scandal and some marchers called for the resignation of President Jovenel Moise.

Nicaragua fights protests with ‘shoot to kill’ policy: Amnesty

Nicaragua fights protests with ‘shoot to kill’ policy: Amnesty

Nicaragua resorted to a “shoot to kill” strategy to repress recent anti-government protests, human rights group Amnesty International said in a report released in Paris yesterday.

More migrants seek to join US-bound group

More migrants seek to join US-bound group

More Honduran migrants tried to join a caravan of several thousand trekking through Guatemala on Wednesday, defying calls by authorities not to make the journey after US President Donald Trump threatened to cut off regional aid in reprisal.

No woman at Sabarimala temple for second day

No woman at Sabarimala temple for second day

Women between the ages of 10 and 50 stayed away from Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala for a second day yesterday following uneasy calm in Kerala amid a dawn-to-dusk shutdown called by Hindu groups and the Bharatiya Janata Party.

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