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Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket fire

Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket fire

Israel targeted Hamas in air strikes on Gaza early yesterday after rockets were fired at it from the Palestinian enclave, the army said, two days after…
Trump issues pardons in US war crimes cases

Trump issues pardons in US war crimes cases

US President Donald Trump on Friday pardoned a former soldier convicted of murder and a Green Beret charged with killing a suspected Taliban bomb-maker,…

Football diplomacy with Qatar hints at Saudi ‘peace’ effort

A Saudi-led bloc's decision to play a football tournament in rival Qatar could herald a rapprochement after a two-year stand-off, and signal Riyadh is tempering its muscular approach that stoked regional crises. Gulf powerhouse Saudi Arabia has adopted an aggressive policy under de facto leader…
Inundated Venice braced for more flooding, strong winds

Inundated Venice braced for more flooding, strong winds

Venice was on red alert for more floods and fierce winds yesterday after an exceptionally high tide swamped the city of canals, where authorities have…
Prince Andrew has ‘no recollection’ of Epstein sex accuser

Prince Andrew has ‘no recollection’ of Epstein sex accuser

Britain’s Prince Andrew has said he does not remember meeting Virginia Roberts, one of disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged victims,…
Abiy critic says to stand in Ethiopia poll

Abiy critic says to stand in Ethiopia poll

Jawar Mohammed, a former ally turned foe of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, told AFP yesterday he would join the race for a 2020 election to ensure…
Oscar Wilde’s stolen ring found

Oscar Wilde’s stolen ring found

A golden ring once given as a present by the famed Irish writer Oscar Wilde has been recovered by a Dutch “art detective” nearly 20 years…
Turkey to use Russian S-400 defence system

Turkey to use Russian S-400 defence system

Turkey will use the S-400 missile defence system it has bought from Russia despite the US threat of sanctions, a senior defence official said yesterday.…

Clean-up begins in HK after week of chaos and destruction

A clean-up began across Hong Kong yesterday with pro-government groups removing bricks and debris from roads after a week of widespread disruption and violence as pro-democracy protesters changed tactics to sink the city deeper into chaos. Their “Blossom Everywhere” campaign of roadblocks,…

News in brief

UK POLICE PROBING ELECTION FRAUD ALLEGATIONS AFP, London British police said yesterday specialist officers are assessing allegations of electoral fraud ahead of next month’s vote, following accusations the ruling Conservatives tried to bribe Brexit Party candidates to stand down. London’s…
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