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China gives lessons to N Korea

China gives lessons to N Korea

BEIJING: Chinese President Xi Jinping has coached his North Korean counterpart Kim Jong Un on high-stakes diplomacy. Now he seems poised to give the young…

Japan halts missile drills after Trump-Kim meet

TOKYO: Japan has halted evacuation drills simulating a North Korean missile attack in the wake of historic talks between Washington and Pyongyang, local media reported yesterday, reports AFP. Government officials did not immediately confirm the reports, but authorities in one town told AFP they were…
Netanyahu’s wife charged with fraud: Justice ministry

Netanyahu’s wife charged with fraud: Justice ministry

JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife Sara was charged yesterday with fraud and breach of trust after a long police probe…
New Zealand prime minister gives birth to baby girl

New Zealand prime minister gives birth to baby girl

AUCKLAND: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave birth to a baby girl in an Auckland hospital yesterday, becoming only the second world leader…
Strike a pose: International Yoga Day stretches around world

Strike a pose: International Yoga Day stretches around world

NEW DELHI: Downward-facing dogs, cobras and warriors sprouted all over Asia yesterday, including high in the Himalayas, up in the air and under the sea,…

No ‘Guantanamo Bay for migrants’: EU

BRUSSELS: The EU said Thursday it was discussing plans with UN agencies to set up migrant processing centres in north African and other countries but insisted it would not create a “Guantanamo Bay for migrants”, reports AFP. The European Commission, the bloc’s executive arm, said it…

Algeria turns off internet for high school exams

ALGIERS: Algeria has turned off its internet nationwide during high school exams in a bid to tackle cheating, reports BBC. Internet service, both mobile and fixed line, will go off for an hour after the start of each high school diploma exam to stop any leaks. Blackouts will continue throughout the…
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