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Israel celebrates US settlement

Israel celebrates US settlement

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday hailed a US announcement that it no longer considers settlements in the West Bank and annexed east…
EU treats Greece like parking spot for migrants: PM

EU treats Greece like parking spot for migrants: PM

Greece's prime minister has accused the European Union of treating countries on the bloc's external frontiers as convenient places to park migrants,…

Taliban free two hostages in Kabul

The Taliban released two Western hostages in southern Afghanistan yesterday, handing them over to US forces more than three years after they were abducted in Kabul, insurgent sources and police told AFP. The release of American Kevin King and Australian Timothy Weeks, both professors at the American…
Three killed as Iran unrest 
shows no signs of subsiding

Three killed as Iran unrest shows no signs of subsiding

Three security personnel have been killed by “rioters” in Iran, the latest deaths in protests that showed no sign of subsiding yesterday despite…
Desperate HK protesters explore sewers in campus escape bid

Desperate HK protesters explore sewers in campus escape bid

Arms covered in cling film and torches in hand as they drop into the sewers, clusters of pro-democracy protesters still inside a Hong Kong campus are…

24 Mali soldiers, 17 jihadists die in clashes

Twenty-four Malian soldiers and 17 jihadists fighters were killed in clashes in the east of the country, the army said, as security in the west African nation deteriorates further. Mali and Niger forces were carrying out a joint operation when a patrol was attacked Monday by “terrorists”…

North Korea dismisses drills delay, Swedish efforts

The United States must end its joint exercises with Seoul “once and for all” to facilitate dialogue with Pyongyang, North Korea said yesterday, just days after the allies postponed planned drills. The US and South Korea said Sunday they would delay annual joint aerial exercises slated for…
New Epstein accuser calls on Prince Andrew to talk

New Epstein accuser calls on Prince Andrew to talk

A woman has come forward to accuse the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein of sexually abusing her as a 15-year-old, and called for Prince Andrew to share…

NEWS IN BRIEF

15 killed in north China mine blast     AFP, Beijing A coal mine explosion killed 15 people in north China’s Shanxi province, state media reported yesterday. Nine other people were injured by the gas explosion on Monday afternoon, which took place in a mine owned by Shanxi Pingyao…

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