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Iran calmer despite more ‘riots’ over oil price hikes

Iran calmer despite more ‘riots’ over oil price hikes

Iran said it still faces “riots” even though the situation was calmer yesterday after days of violent protests sparked by a shock decision…
Russia gives back 3 seized Ukraine ships

Russia gives back 3 seized Ukraine ships

Russia said yesterday it had handed back three Ukrainian naval ships seized off the Crimean coast a year ago, but Kiev did not immediately confirm the…

Four killed in California shooting

Four people were shot dead and six others wounded while watching a football game in the backyard of a central California home on Sunday, police said. Police were called to the scene after at least one person opened fire into a crowd of about 35 people gathered outside the house in Fresno, around 200…

Washington remains silent as US-backed Iraq govt in crisis

It posted tens of thousands of troops in Iraq, huddled with its leaders and helped craft its laws—but with the country swamped by deadly protests, Washington is staying out of the fray. Its apparent absence during a key turning point in Iraq lays bare how much its interests and influence have…

Yemen PM returns to Aden under deal with separatists

Yemen’s prime minister yesterday flew back to the southern city of Aden under the terms of a peace deal with southern separatists who expelled the government from its provisional capital in August. The return from Riyadh of Prime Minister Maeen Abdulmalik Saeed and four other ministers, initially…
‘China will not sit back if HK situation gets uncontrollable’

‘China will not sit back if HK situation gets uncontrollable’

China will not simply sit back and watch if months of protests in Hong Kong develop into an “uncontrollable” situation, the country’s…

Indian parliament set to push ‘Hindu’ citizenship bill

The situation in Jammu and Kashmir, economic slowdown, unemployment and the government’s plan to bring the Citizenship bill are some of the issues which are likely to emerge as flashpoints between the opposition and treasury benches in the Winter session of Parliament beginning yesterday. Besides…

Beijing defends Xinjiang crackdown

China yesterday vowed it would “never be soft” in its crackdown in Xinjiang, after a massive leak of government documents shed new light on the mass detention of Muslims in the far-west region. Over 400 pages of internal papers obtained by the New York Times showed that President Xi Jinping…

Israel’s Gantz races to form government

After weeks of talks over a new Israeli government have gone around in circles, Benjamin Netanyahu’s rival Benny Gantz had just two days left yesterday to form a coalition and become prime minister. Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud party and Gantz’s centrist Blue and White coalition achieved…
Michael Bloomberg sorry for ‘stop and frisk’

Michael Bloomberg sorry for ‘stop and frisk’

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg on Sunday walked back his longtime support for the controversial “stop and frisk” policing policy that disproportionately…
Girl dies in French river bridge collapses

Girl dies in French river bridge collapses

A 15-year-old girl was killed after a suspension bridge over a river in southwest France collapsed yesterday, causing a car, a truck and possibly a third…

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West backs Georgia opposition protests AFP, Tbilisi   The United States and European Union expressed solidarity yesterday with Georgia’s anti-government protesters who took to the streets after the ruling party backtracked on promises of electoral reforms. In the biggest anti-government protest…
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