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  • Don’t let country plunge into dark-era of post-1975: PM
  • Govt provoking to create violent situation: Fakhrul
  • Countrywide demonstrations Monday: Rizvi
  • Govt never foils peaceful prog: Home Minister
  • 150 arrested as police foil BNP’s black flag prog
Jingping wants ‘new level’ of China-Britain ties

Jingping wants ‘new level’ of China-Britain ties

BEIJING: Chinese President Xi Jinping told British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday that their countries should take trade ties to “a new level”…

Kenya’s HC suspends media shutdown

NAIROBI: Kenya’s High Court ordered authorities to allow three major broadcasters to temporarily resume service yesterday, after they were switched off for covering the opposition leader’s mock inauguration, prompting outrage over press freedom violations, reports AFP. Judge Chacha Mwita…

Polish senate passes Holocaust bill slammed by Israel

WARSAW: Poland’s senate yesterday passed a controversial Holocaust bill, which was designed to defend the country’s image abroad but has instead sparked a diplomatic row with Israel, reports AFP. The bill, which sets fines or a maximum three-year jail term for anyone who refers to Nazi German…

WWII bomb defused in Hong Kong

London: Hong Kong police have successfully defused a “severely damaged” World War Two bomb that was found at a construction site in a busy commercial area, reports BBC.  Over 4,000 people were forced to evacuate and streets cordoned off as experts worked overnight to disarm the 450kg…

Turkey says France ‘cannot give lessons’ over Syria

ISTANBUL: Turkey yesterday told France to refrain from giving “lessons” over its campaign in Syria, where Ankara is pressing a fierce offensive against Kurdish militia, reports AFP. The warning from Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu came a day after French President Emmanuel Macron…
100 years on, real women’s equality remains elusive

100 years on, real women’s equality remains elusive

LONDON: A century after women won the right to vote in Britain, the ideals of equality are resonating again in the global wave of sexual harassment allegations…

Russia launches 11 space satellites ‘without glitch’

MOSCOW: Russia yesterday successfully launched 11 satellites from its Vostochny cosmodrome, in the third rocket liftoff from the new spaceport, the space agency said, reports AFP. The country’s first orbital launch of 2018 came after a similar liftoff from the cosmodrome in eastern Russia ended…
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