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Hong Kong protesters face crucial weekend test after airport setback

Hong Kong protesters face crucial weekend test after airport setback

Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement faces a major test this weekend as it tries to muster another huge crowd following criticism over a recent violent…

Israel allows barred US lawmaker to visit West Bank

Israel is to allow a visit by barred US congresswoman Rashida Tlaib who is of Palestinian origin on “humanitarian” grounds, the interior ministry announced yesterday. It said Interior Minister Aryeh Deri decided to allow Tlaib to make a “humanitarian visit to her grandmother”…

July 2019 hottest month on record for planet: US agency

July 2019 temperatures were the hottest ever recorded globally, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said Thursday, while satellite data showed polar ice shrank to its lowest levels. According to the NOAA, the average global temperature for the month was 0.95 degrees Celsius…

Two killed in Pakistan bomb blast

At least two people were killed and more than two dozen injured after a blast at a mosque in southwestern Pakistan during Friday prayers, officials said. Provincial police chief Mohsin Hassan Butt said the explosion—the latest violence in a string of attacks in restive Balochistan province—was…
17 missing in China landslide

17 missing in China landslide

More than a dozen workers remained missing Friday after a landslide in southwest China buried a section of railway that was under repair, according to…

Opposition MDC backs down after police ban

Zimbabwe’s main opposition group has called off anti-government protests in the capital Harare at the last minute, after failing to overturn a police ban. However, some protesters who had already gathered in the city were violently dispersed by police. The opposition said the ban exposed the “fascist”…

Migrant deaths in Americas top 500 so far this year: UN

More than 500 migrants have lost their lives in the Americas so far this year, about a 33% increase from a year ago, the U.N. migration agency said yesterday. International Organization for Migration spokesman Joel Millman said that "turmoil" in Venezuela may account for "much of 2019's…

Donald Trump proposes more mental asylums

More mental hospitals are needed to take potential mass killers off the streets, President Donald Trump said Thursday in response to recent mass shootings, while staying quiet on a pledge to toughen gun laws. Speaking to a crowd of supporters estimated at around 12,000 in Manchester, New Hampshire,…
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