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Modi plans jobs quota for India’s ‘upper caste poor’

Modi plans jobs quota for India’s ‘upper caste poor’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government announced plans yesterday to set aside a quota of government jobs for poorer members of India's upper…
Sri Lanka court refuses to test Sirisena’s sanity

Sri Lanka court refuses to test Sirisena’s sanity

A Sri Lanka court yesterday rejected calls to subject the president to a mental health examination after he sacked a former ally, dissolved parliament…
Gabon foils coup attempt by army rebels: Officials

Gabon foils coup attempt by army rebels: Officials

A group of soldiers sought to take power in Gabon yesterday while the country's ailing president was abroad, but the government declared the bid had…

‘Invasion’ of jellyfish stings thousands in Australia

Highly venomous jellyfish have stung more than three thousand people on Australia's northeastern shores in just a few days, authorities said yesterday, forcing the closure of several beaches. The massive influx of Portuguese man o' war jellyfish, whose stings are notoriously painful, has been…
Nicolas Maduro defends rule as legitimate

Nicolas Maduro defends rule as legitimate

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro defended his government's legitimacy Sunday as his bid for a second six-year term has come under growing…

Israel launches further Hamas strikes after Gaza fires

The Israeli army said yesterday it had carried out further air raids against Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip in response to a rocket being fired over its border. The Israeli air defence system intercepted the rocket which was fired overnight from the Hamas-ruled coastal enclave, the army said. Planes…

Bolton heads to Turkey to hammer out Kurds deal

US National Security Adviser John Bolton arrives in Turkey on Monday to try to hammer out a deal for Syria's Kurds as the United States prepares a military withdrawal from the country. Bolton will touch down in the Turkish capital, Ankara, where he will be joined by US Joint Chiefs of Staff General…
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