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Army ruler seeks to resume talks with protest leaders

Army ruler seeks to resume talks with protest leaders

Sudan’s army ruler Wednesday called on protest leaders to resume talks on the transfer of power without any conditions, as tension between the two…
MPs choosing final 2 candidates

MPs choosing final 2 candidates

Conservative MPs are voting to choose the two men who will contest the final stage of their leadership race later. The remaining field of four candidates…
Pompeo ups pressure on Russia over four MH17 accused

Pompeo ups pressure on Russia over four MH17 accused

Moscow must ensure that those charged with murder over the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 face justice, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said,…

Two killed in clashes in Bengal’s Bhatpara

Two people were shot dead and four injured yesterday in clashes between two groups in West Bengal’s Bhatpara, around 30 km from Kolkata. The two groups attacked each other with crude bombs and fire arms. The police had to resort to firing to control the situation. The clashes started around 10:30…
Pet orangutans released back into the wild

Pet orangutans released back into the wild

The young orangutan looks back at her rescuers before clambering over her steel cage and into the trees, swinging from hand to hand and hanging upside…

Yemen rebels target Saudi desalination plant

A Yemeni rebel strike targeted a desalination plant in the southwestern Saudi province of Jizan, a Riyadh-led military coalition fighting the rebels said yesterday. The projectile struck near the plant in the Al-Shuqaiq area of Jizan late Wednesday, coalition spokesman Turki al-Maliki was quoted as…

Ex-Interpol chief pleads guilty to corruption, says China

China says the former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei has admitted his guilt after going on trial for taking more than $2m (£1.6m) in bribes. State media said the court in Tianjin would give its verdict at a later date. Mr Meng, who was the first Chinese head of Interpol, vanished on a trip back to…
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