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China remarks on Shah’s Arunachal visit slammed

China remarks on Shah’s Arunachal visit slammed

The government yesterday hit back at China over Beijing’s hostile statement against Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh.

Heavy rains forecast in areas hit by flooding

Heavy rains forecast in areas hit by flooding

Parts of the UK already saturated by heavy rainfall and flooding have been warned by forecasters to prepare for more wet weather.

German city shocked after ‘racist’ shooting

German city shocked after ‘racist’ shooting

Thousands of people took part in vigils across Germany yesterday after a gunman with apparent far-right beliefs killed nine people at a shisha bar and a cafe in the city of Hanau.

Trump adviser Stone jailed for 40 months

Trump adviser Stone jailed for 40 months

A federal judge has sentenced President Donald Trump’s long-time adviser Roger Stone to three years and four months in prison, and said that his lies to lawmakers investigating Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election amounted to a threat to American democracy.

A-G quits after run-in with Supreme Court

A-G quits after run-in with Supreme Court

Anwar Mansoor Khan has tendered his resignation as attorney-general of Pakistan to President Dr Arif Alvi in a denouement over his controversial run-in with the Supreme Court.

Argentina debt not sustainable: IMF

Argentina debt not sustainable: IMF

Argentina’s debt is not sustainable, the IMF concluded on Wednesday at the end of a week-long visit, urging the government to generate funds from private investors to address the issue.

China sees drop in new virus cases, but more deaths abroad

China sees drop in new virus cases, but more deaths abroad

China yesterday touted a big drop in new virus infections as proof its epidemic control efforts are working, but the toll grew abroad with deaths in Japan and South Korea.

Upbeat Chinese FM says virus control efforts ‘are working’

Upbeat Chinese FM says virus control efforts ‘are working’

China’s efforts to control the deadly outbreak of a new coronavirus “are working”, Beijing’s top diplomat said yesterday, attributing an easing in new cases to his country’s “forceful action” against the illness.

Vietnam eases border restrictions with China to help virus-hit trade

Vietnam eases border restrictions with China to help virus-hit trade

Vietnam has eased restrictions on cross-border trade with China to prop up economic activities hit by the new coronavirus, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said yesterday.

Togo’s president seeks re-election to extend 50-year dynasty

Togo’s president seeks re-election to extend 50-year dynasty

Many people in Togo have only known just two presidents in their lifetime — Faure Gnassingbe, who is running for a fourth term in an election tomorrow, and his father Eyadema Gnassingbe — and some Togolese are sick of the long-running dynasty.

Software giant SAP shuts India offices after swine flu scare

Software giant SAP shuts India offices after swine flu scare

German software giant SAP on Thursday shut down their offices in India for an ‘extensive sanitation’ after two employees tested positive for H1N1 swine flu at its Bangalore headquarters, the company said.

Britain should not extradite Assange, European rights chief says

Britain should not extradite Assange, European rights chief says

The Council of Europe's human rights chief has called on Britain not to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the United States due to the potential impact on press freedom.

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