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22 killed, 12 missing in Vietnam’s floods By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 23rd July, 2018, 12:58

Among 12 people listed as missing, six were from Yen Bai, three from Thanh Hoa, two from Son La and one from Phu Tho

22 killed, 12 missing in Vietnam’s floods

Two dead including gunman, 13 people injured in Toronto shooting Two dead including gunman, 13 people injured in Toronto shooting

The incident comes with Canada's largest metropolis concerned over a spate of shootings, more than 200, this year


Blast in Afghanistan's Kabul kills 14, returning vice president unharmed Blast in Afghanistan's Kabul kills 14, returning VP unharmed

The Islamic States group's local affiliate claims responsibility for the attack on its Amaaq News Agency website


Israel evacuates 800 White Helmets to Jordan Israel evacuates 800 White Helmets to Jordan

Founded in 2013, the Syria Civil Defence, or White Helmets, is a network of first responders which rescues the wounded in the aftermath of air strikes


Suicide bomb kills 1, wounds election candidate in Pakistan Suicide bomb kills 1, wounds election candidate in Pakistan

It's the latest violence ahead of Wednesday's elections


Iran warns US against provocations; suggests peace possible Iran warns US against provocations; suggests peace possible

Trump earlier this year pulled the United States out of the international deal meant to prevent Tehran from developing a nuclear weapon


Southern Iran jolted by magnitude 5.7 quake Southern Iran jolted by magnitude 5.7 quake

There was no immediate word on casualties


Gunmen in South Africa fire on minibus, killing 11 Gunmen in South Africa fire on minibus, killing 11

The victims of the Saturday night attack had attended the funeral of a colleague and were returning home when the ambush occurred


At least 10 Iranian troops killed in attack near Iraq border 10 Iranian troops killed in attack near Iraq border

The attack takes place near the town of Marivan, in a Kurdish area of Iran some 620 kilometers (385 miles) west of the capital Tehran


India scraps tampon tax after campaign India scraps tampon tax after campaign

The announcement comes a year after the government introduced the tax, known as GST


Zimbabwe's President Mnangagwa appeals for racial unity ahead of election Zimbabwe leader makes racial unity appeal

Mr Mnangagwa's move to ease the concerns of white voters comes ahead of historic elections on July 30


Israel rescues Syrian volunteers stranded in border area Israel rescues Syrian volunteers stranded in border area

The Syrian government is unlikely to fire there or carry out airstrikes for fear of an Israeli response


Trump attacks Michael Cohen over 'Playboy model payment tape' Trump hits out at ex-lawyer over 'tape'

Mr Trump and his aides have consistently denied he had an affair with Ms McDougal, or had any knowledge of any payment to her


Storm Son Tinh kills 20, leaves 16 missing in Vietnam Storm Son Tinh kills 20 in Vietnam

The capital Hanoi has been flooded and lashed by torrential rains


Three terrorists who killed constable gunned down in Jammu-Kashmir encounter 3 terrorists killed in Jammu-Kashmir encounter

The incident has come nearly a month after a soldier of the Indian Army, Aurengzeb, was kidnapped and brutally killed by terrorists of South Kashmir


Hamas accepts cease-fire after massive Israeli Gaza strikes Hamas accepts cease-fire after massive Israeli Gaza strikes

Israel and Hamas have fought three such wars over the past decade and Hamas agreed to the second such cease-fire in a week


'Trade war a reality' French finance minister warns 'Trade war a reality' French minister says

The US has large trade deficits with both the 28-member EU and China


Austria ditches Turkish language driving theory tests Austria ditches Turkish language driving theory tests

The change to the language options for learner drives comes amid a prolonged souring of relations between Austria and Turkey


Japanese Princess Mako begins visit to Brazil's biggest city Japanese Princess Mako begins visit to Brazil

Brazil is home to the largest Japanese community outside Japan


LA police arrest suspect after shop siege LA police arrest suspect after shop siege

US President Donald Trump tweeted that he was watching the situation "very closely"


UN chief urges Israel, Palestinians to avoid 'devastating conflict' UN chief urges Israel, Palestinians to avoid conflict

The recent violence in Gaza marks the most serious escalation between Israel and Hamas since the 2014 war


UK arrested Turkish businessman on Ankara extradition request UK arrested Turkish businessman

Ipek is the former head of the Kozi-Ipek media conglomerate


French investigators raid home of Macron's bodyguard French investigators raid home of Macron's bodyguard

The presidential Elysee Palace fired bodyguard Benalla a day before police raided his home Saturday morning


Philippine police disperse group protesting US, China Philippine police disperse group protesting US, China

The farmers and workers belonging to the militant Bayan group burned cardboard showing the U.S. and Chinese flags


State-actors likely behind Singapore cyberattack: experts State-actors likely behind Singapore cyberattack: experts

Singapore's health minister says the strike was "a deliberate, targeted, and well-planned cyberattack and not the work of casual hackers"


India's Modi sails through confidence vote with rival's embrace India's Modi sails through confidence vote

The government sends anyone who tries to enter the country by sea to camps on Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island or on Nauru in the Pacific


Pakistan candidate kills himself after sons oppose him   Pakistan candidate kills himself after sons oppose him

Police in Pakistan say an independent candidate for parliament has shot himself to death after his sons disagreed with his politics


Some countries buying Russian gear deserve sanctions waivers: Mattis Some countries buying Russian gear deserve sanctions waivers: Mattis

The move comes amid concerns that imposing sanctions, particularly in the case of India and other Asian allies, could threaten friendly relationships


Mob lynches Muslim man over cow smuggling charges in India Mob lynches Muslim man over cow smuggling charges in India

Cows are considered sacred in Hindu-majority India, and slaughtering them or eating beef is illegal or restricted across much of the country


Thousands protest Australia’s refugee detention policy Thousands protest Australia’s refugee detention policy

The government sends anyone who tries to enter the country by sea to camps on Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island or Nauru in the Pacific for processing


Key member resigns from Myanmar advisory panel on Rohingya crisis Key member resigns from Myanmar advisory panel on Rohingya crisis

Ambassador Kobsak Chutikul was secretary for the panel hand-picked by civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to advise her government


Chinese President Xi arrives for Africa visit as US interest wanes Xi arrives for Africa visit as US interest wanes

This is Xi's first trip abroad since he was appointed to a second term in March with term limits removed


Hamas accepts cease-fire after massive Israeli Gaza strikes

Hamas accepts cease-fire after massive Israeli Gaza strikes

Israel and Hamas have fought three such wars over the past decade and Hamas agreed to the second such cease-fire in a week under heavy Egyptian


Knife attacker on Germany bus arrested, nine injured Knife attacker on Germany bus arrested

Germany has since been targeted again in attacks with radical Islamist motives


US presses China and Russia to enforce sanctions on NKorea US presses China, Russia to enforce sanctions on NKorea

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accuses North Korea of violating an array of tough sanctions imposed by the council


After fall of Rajoy, Spain conservatives pick new leader Spain conservatives pick new leader

Spain’s conservatives pick a new leader Saturday after ex-prime minister Mariano Rajoy was ousted, with his former right-hand woman Soraya Saenz


Rahul Gandhi hugs PM Modi and his Congress is as surprised as BJP Rahul Gandhi hugs PM Modi

Congress leaders say they were as surprised as the prime minister when he walked across and embraced Modi


Ohio death row inmate spared after childhood abuse revelations US killer spared after child abuse revealed

Tibbetts, 61, was convicted of killing his wife and a 67-year-old man in 1997


At least 13 dead in Mexico highway accident At least 13 dead in Mexico highway accident

The incident occurs near the city of Ecatepec along the highway that connects Mexico City and nearby Pachuca


Former Farc rebels take seats in Colombia congress Former Farc rebels enter Colombia congress

The new members of congress took up their seats on Friday as part of the peace deal reached in 2016


White House rejects Putin idea for Ukraine referendum White House rejects Putin idea for Ukraine referendum

The two leaders had discussed the possibility of a referendum in separatist-leaning eastern Ukraine during their Helsinki summit

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