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Petrol price hike sparks deadly unrest in Iran

Petrol price hike sparks deadly unrest in Iran

Iran’s supreme leader yesterday threw his support behind a decision to hike petrol prices, a move that sparked nationwide unrest in which he said…

US, S Korea joint drills postponed

The US and South Korea will postpone joint air drills in an “act of goodwill” towards the nuclear-armed North, US Defence Secretary Mark Esper said yesterday, after months of deadlocked diplomacy with Pyongyang. North Korea has long protested joint military drills, which it condemns as preparations…

HK police officer hit by arrow as protesters dig in at campus

A police officer was struck by an arrow fired by a Hong Kong protester yesterday, as fierce clashes raged around a campus which has turned into a base for a pro-democracy movement switching tactics as it plunges the divided city deeper into turmoil. Protests have tremored through the global financial…
US election 2020: Obama warns ‘revolutionary’ Democrats

US election 2020: Obama warns ‘revolutionary’ Democrats

Former US President Barack Obama has issued a warning to Democratic presidential candidates, cautioning them against policies that are not “rooted…

Andrew denies having sex with Epstein accuser

Britain’s Prince Andrew has “categorically” denied having sex with an alleged teen victim of disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein, who claims she was forced to sleep with the royal, in an extraordinary interview broadcast on UK television. In an unprecedented hour-long conversation…
US businesswoman says ‘heartbroken’ by Johnson

US businesswoman says ‘heartbroken’ by Johnson

A US businesswoman at the centre of controversy over whether Boris Johnson showed her inappropriate favouritism amid an alleged affair said Sunday she…

‘Interference report raises UK vote questions’

A senior Labour party official says leaks from a report on Russian interference in British politics raises serious questions about the security of next month’s election. The Sunday Times says the report from Parliament’s intelligence committee concludes that Russian interference may have…

Leaked documents reveal ‘no mercy’ in Xinjiang: NYT

A rare and huge leak of Chinese government documents has shed new light on a security crackdown on Muslims in China’s Xinjiang region, where President Xi Jinping ordered officials to act with “absolutely no mercy” against separatism and extremism, The New York Times reported. Human…

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Russian strikes kill 9 civilians in Syria AFP, Beirut Air strikes by Syrian regime ally Russia yesterday killed nine civilians in the jihadist-run enclave of Idlib in the northwest of the country, a war monitor said. Five of the victims died in the village of Al-Malaja in southern Idlib province while…

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