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UK minister quits before Johnson becomes PM, decries "dark cloud" of Brexit

UK minister quits before Johnson becomes PM, decries "dark cloud" of Brexit

A minister and longstanding critic of Boris Johnson quit on Monday, the latest resignation before the presumed new prime minister takes office with a "do or die" pledge

Ukraine president on course for unprecedented majority after election win

Ukraine president on course for unprecedented majority after election win

Ukraine's new president, former comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy, appeared likely on Monday to become his country's first leader since the fall of communism whose party has a parliamentary majority.

India launches historic bid to put spacecraft on Moon

India launches historic bid to put spacecraft on Moon

India launched a bid to become a leading space power Monday, sending up a rocket to put a craft on the surface of the Moon in what it called a "historic day" for the nation.

Australia detains French TV crew filming anti-coal protest

Australia detains French TV crew filming anti-coal protest

A French television reporter and his crew were arrested on Monday while filming protesters blockading a coal port in Australia's northeastern state of Queensland.

Forty-one people killed as storms, lightning strike northern India

Forty-one people killed as storms, lightning strike northern India

At least 41 people were killed as storms and lightning struck the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on the weekend, officials said.

New Zealand tightens gun laws again after mosque attack

New Zealand tightens gun laws again after mosque attack

New Zealand announced plans for a national firearms register Monday in its second round of gun law reforms following the Christchurch mosque attacks which killed 51 Muslim worshippers.

Anger soars over vicious mob attack on Hong Kong protesters

Anger soars over vicious mob attack on Hong Kong protesters

Anger soared in Hong Kong on Monday over a vicious assault against pro-democracy protesters by suspected triad gangsters that left dozens wounded

Pirates steal cash, sailors belongings in Korean cargo ship robbery

Pirates steal cash, sailors belongings in Korean cargo ship robbery

Pirates attacked a South Korean-flagged cargo ship in the South China Sea early on Monday, stealing thousands of dollars in cash and even the sailors' shoes, South Korean authorities said.

Independents leading in historic tribal elections

Independents leading in historic tribal elections

Independent candidates are leading in the first provincial elections for 16 general seats in seven tribal districts and six towns of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), according to unofficial Form-47 results published by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) online.

Twin attacks leave nine dead

Twin attacks leave nine dead

Nine people – including three civilians and six police officers – were killed in back-to-back attacks in Dera Ismail Khan yesterday.

Senate session summoned to discuss no-confidence motion

Senate session summoned to discuss no-confidence motion

Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani has summoned the opposition-requisitioned session of the upper house of parliament tomorrow (July 23), but only to discuss the no-confidence motion against him without any voting.

MLAs seek court order for Karnataka floor test today

MLAs seek court order for Karnataka floor test today

The 15 Karnataka rebel Congress and JD-S legislators and two Independents yesterday filed an joint petition in the Supreme Court seeking direction to Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar and Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy to hold the trust vote by 5pm today.

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