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Police stage second raid on properties of PM’s nephew

Police stage second raid on properties of PM’s nephew

Police have raided the farmhouse of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s nephew in eastern Lahore, after a video emerged showing him taking part in deadly hospital riots days earlier. Three patients died, medical officials said, after roughly 200 lawyers stormed the Punjab Institute of Cardiology

Violent protests rage for fourth day over citizenship law

Violent protests rage for fourth day over citizenship law

Demonstrators in eastern India set fire to more than a dozen buses and vandalised at least six railway stations yesterday, as violent protests against a new citizenship law continued for a fourth straight day.

PM chairs first National Ganga Council meeting

PM chairs first National Ganga Council meeting

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said the River Ganga rejuvenation should be an example of co-operative federalism and it has been a long-pending challenge.

Dutch police arrest protesters at airport demonstration

Dutch police arrest protesters at airport demonstration

Dutch border police detained dozens of climate protesters at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport during a demonstration yesterday aimed at forcing the busy international air hub to adopt a plan to curb greenhouse emissions.

UN climate summit risks collapse amid divisions

UN climate summit risks collapse amid divisions

A UN climate summit in Madrid risked collapsing yesterday after marathon negotiations between countries left them more divided than ever over on how to fight global warming and pay for its ravages.

Snow, showers in parts of UK

Snow, showers in parts of UK

Snow hit some parts of the UK yesterday morning, while heavy showers are due in the south. A blizzard is raging in some counties, including Buxton in Derbyshire.

Johnson vows to repay ex-Labour voters’ trust

Johnson vows to repay ex-Labour voters’ trust

Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited former strongholds of his Labour opponents in northern England yesterday and pledged to repay their trust for helping to deliver a stunning victory for his Conservative Party in Britain’s national election.

Divers search for remaining bodies from N Zealand volcanic eruption

Divers search for remaining bodies from N Zealand volcanic eruption

Divers searched seas around New Zealand’s volatile White Island yesterday for two people still missing five days after the volcano erupted, as the death toll rose to 17.

Thousands rally behind Thai opposition leader

Thousands rally behind Thai opposition leader

Thousands rallied in Bangkok behind the popular leader of an upstart anti-establishment party yesterday, in the first major protest since March elections returned a junta-aligned government to power.

Superman’s cape, Bilbo’s pipe up for grabs in auction

Superman’s cape, Bilbo’s pipe up for grabs in auction

Superman’s very first cape and Bilbo Baggins’s pipe are each forecast to raise $100,000-$200,000 at a blockbuster auction of rare Hollywood memorabilia next week.

Top court to hear Trump tax return cases in March

Top court to hear Trump tax return cases in March

The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear cases next year involving the release of President Donald Trump’s tax returns and financial records, setting the stage for a potential blockbuster ruling during the presidential election campaign.

Sudan’s Bashir gets two years’ detention for graft

Sudan’s Bashir gets two years’ detention for graft

Sudan’s former president Omar al-Bashir was sentenced yesterday to two years’ detention in a correctional centre for corruption in the first of several cases against the ousted ruler. The charges stemmed from millions of dollars received by the toppled strongman from another country.

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