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Protest-hit Iran says ‘enemy conspiracy’ defeated

Protest-hit Iran says ‘enemy conspiracy’ defeated

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said yesterday the country’s people had defeated an “enemy conspiracy” behind a wave of violent street…

Saudi king urges Iran to quit ‘harmful’ expansionism

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman urged arch rival Iran yestreday to abandon an expansionist ideology that has “harmed” its own people, following violent street protests in the Islamic republic. “We hope the Iranian regime chooses the side of wisdom and realises there is no way to overcome…
Migrants found alive in refrigerated truck

Migrants found alive in refrigerated truck

A ferry crew found 25 migrants in a refrigerated container on a boat sailing from the Netherlands to Britain on Tuesday, emergency services said. The…
US Senate passes Hong Kong rights bill, angering China

US Senate passes Hong Kong rights bill, angering China

The US Senate unanimously adopted legislation Tuesday supporting “human rights and democracy” in Hong Kong and threatening to revoke its special…
Conservatives defend Twitter ‘factcheck’ in election debate

Conservatives defend Twitter ‘factcheck’ in election debate

Britain’s governing Conservatives yesterday robustly defended their decision to temporarily rename their Twitter account “factcheckUK”…

Syria downs Israeli missiles over Damascus

Syrian anti-aircraft defences yesterday intercepted a “heavy attack” by Israeli warplanes over the capital Damascus, state media said. “At 1:20 am (2320 GMT) on Wednesday, Israeli warplanes... targeted the vicinity of the city of Damascus with a number of missiles,” SANA news…
‘This is my sacrifice’: Thousands maimed in Iraq protests

‘This is my sacrifice’: Thousands maimed in Iraq protests

A fractured spine, paralysed leg, hole in the back: Hamza took to the streets of Iraq’s capital to demand a better life but now he has even less…

US consular staff in Turkey quizzed over video that ‘mocked Islam’

Turkish police questioned two local staffers from a US consulate in Turkey yesterday over a Halloween party video accused of “denigrating religious values”, news agency DHA reported. The pair, who work at the consulate in the southern city of Adana, were taken in for questioning and later…
Abe becomes Japan’s longest-serving PM

Abe becomes Japan’s longest-serving PM

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made history yesterday by becoming Japan’s longest-serving political leader, though he hasn’t achieved his biggest…
Sri Lanka’s new president picks brother as PM

Sri Lanka’s new president picks brother as PM

Newly elected Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa yesterday named his brother Mahinda as Prime Minister, cementing the grip on power of a clan credited…

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Thai court strips opposition frontman of MP status: judge AFP, Bangkok The billionaire frontman of Thailand’s anti-military bloc was stripped of his MP status yesterday over a media shareholding case, a court ruling that could lead to him being banned from politics and jailed for up to 10 years.…

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