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China jails boss of 100 billion yuan pyramid scheme

China jails boss of 100 billion yuan pyramid scheme

A Chinese court has jailed for 17 years a businessman who ran a 100 billion yuan pyramid scheme and organised a rare street protest in Beijing against police investigations into his activities, state media reported.

Eleven die after eating 'toxic' rice at Indian temple

Eleven die after eating 'toxic' rice at Indian temple

Eleven people have died after eating rice that had likely been contaminated with a toxic substance at a Hindu temple ceremony, a health official said Saturday.

Nepal truck crash kills 20 mourners

Nepal truck crash kills 20 mourners

At least 20 people died when a truck carrying mourners returning from a funeral ritual plunged around 400 metres onto a river bank in central Nepal, police said Saturday.

UN envoy calls for ‘robust monitoring regime’ in Yemen

UN envoy calls for ‘robust monitoring regime’ in Yemen

UN special envoy Martin Griffiths yesterday called for the urgent creation of a strong monitoring mechanism in war-ravaged Yemen, one day after fighting parties agreed to a ceasefire at a vital port.

Troops shoot dead Palestinian

Troops shoot dead Palestinian

A Palestinian teenager was shot dead yesterday as Israeli forces carried out fresh raids in the occupied West Bank, the health ministry said, as troops searched for a Palestinian who killed two soldiers a day earlier.

Punjab sends bill to Sharif for Rs10mn in outstanding dues

Punjab sends bill to Sharif for Rs10mn in outstanding dues

The Punjab government has said that it has sent former prime minister Nawaz Sharif a notice to pay dues amounting to Rs10mn after his friends used the Punjab House in the federal capital.

Trump ‘knew’ payments were wrong: Cohen

Trump ‘knew’ payments were wrong: Cohen

US President Donald Trump knew he was doing wrong when he directed hush money to be paid to two women during the 2016 election, his former lawyer and fixer has said.

Christie quits White House chief of staff race

Christie quits White House chief of staff race

Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie, considered one of President Donald Trump’s top candidates for White House chief of staff, abruptly withdrew from consideration yesterday, saying that now is not the right time for him to take the job.

Public education struggling to keep up with nation’s surging population

Public education struggling to keep up with nation’s surging population

At the Tanjai Cheena school in northwest Pakistan, students squeeze into makeshift classrooms where plastic tarps serve as walls and electricity is sparse, as a surging population overstretches the country’s fragile education system.

Imran: KP doesn’t give second chances, but re-elected PTI

Imran: KP doesn’t give second chances, but re-elected PTI

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the residents of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) do not give second chances, but they gave it to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), re-electing the party in the general elections on July 25.

Rajapakse to step down as Lanka risked shutdown

Rajapakse to step down as Lanka risked shutdown

Sri Lanka’s strongman leader Mahinda Rajapakse will step down today from his disputed position of premier, his son said yesterday, signalling an end to the seven-week long power-struggle that threatened to shut the government.

Chile dockworkers protest

Chile dockworkers protest

Chilean dockworkers take part in a protest against the port operator TPS (South Pacific Terminal) to demand that temporary workers be included in collective bargaining in Valparaiso, Chile, yesterday.

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