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3 Cambodian die, 44 others hospitalized after drinking tainted wine 3 Cambodian die after drinking tainted wine

The incident takes place in the district’s Damre village late Wednesday afternoon after they drank the wine following a rice harvest


UN Security Council to meet on Myanmar atrocities report UN Security Council to meet on Myanmar atrocities report

Nine countries including the United States, Britain and France requested the briefing that is likely to be opposed by China


British woman held in Malaysia accused of killing husband British woman held in Malaysia accused of killing husband

Murder carries a mandatory death sentence by hanging but Malaysia's government recently announced plans to abolish the death penalty for all crimes


UN Security Council condemns Afghan attacks UN Security Council condemns Afghan attacks

The Taliban claimed the attack


Migrant caravan: Mexico sends police to southern border Mexico police sent to meet migrant caravan

The move has come after President Donald Trump threatened to use military force to completely close the US-Mexico border over the issue


Brexit: EU ready to extend transition period Brexit: EU ready to extend transition period

The current plan is for a transition period of 21 months to smooth the path from Brexit to the UK and EU's future permanent relationship


Trump makes new threat over US-Mexico border Trump makes new threat over border

The warning comes as a new caravan of more than 3,000 migrants from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala heads north


Top Afghan commander Raziq killed in Kandahar gun attack Top Afghan commander killed in gun attack

Taliban militants claimed the attack and said they had targeted Gen Raziq and top US commander Gen Scott Miller, who escaped


Jamal Khashoggi case: Turkish police 'search forest' Police in Khashoggi case 'search forest'

Mr Khashoggi disappeared after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, where Turkish officials allege he was murdered


Death toll rises to 57 after cyclone Titli hits India Cyclone Titli: Death toll rises to 57

Of the 57 deaths, 39 were reported from Gajapati district


Man linked to Saudi prince at consulate when writer vanished Man linked to Saudi prince at consulate when writer vanished

The man also later outside the Saudi consul general's home, checking out of a Turkish hotel and leaving Turkey on October 2


10 of the wounded in Crimea shooting to be flown to Russia 10 of the wounded in Crimea shooting to be flown to Russia

An 18-year-old student went on a shooting rampage at the school on the Crimean Peninsula, which Russia annexed from Ukraine in 2014


Critics slam Seoul for denying refugee status to Yemenis Critics slam Seoul for denying refugee status to Yemenis

South Korea has so far issued one-year humanitarian stays to 362 Yemeni asylum seekers


Taliban target NATO convoy, killing 2 Afghan civilians Taliban kills 2 Afghan civilians

The Taliban have claimed responsibility for the attack


Death toll in Kerch college shooting climbs to 20 people Death toll in Kerch college shooting climbs to 20 people

On Wednesday, a student opened fire and orchestrated an explosion at the Kerch Polytechnic College in Crimea


Pakistan launches search for 11 abducted Iranian guards Pakistan launches search for 11 abducted Iranian guards

Tehran says the 11 members of the border force were seized Tuesday near the border with Pakistan


Migrants moving again in Guatemala, Trump targets Democrats Migrants moving again in Guatemala

In Guatemala, the migrants rose early and many left without eating breakfast, bound for Zacapa, the next city on their route


Judge frees Peru opposition leader Keiko Fujimori Judge frees Peru opposition leader

The daughter of former strongman Alberto Fujimori cried as the judge read aloud his ruling Wednesday night


3 dead in Venezuela after widespread outage leaves hospitals without power 3 dead in Venezuela after widespread outage

The explosion of an electrical transformer in the interior of Venezuela left most of the country without power on Monday and Tuesday


Brexit: UK 'may consider longer transition period' Brexit transition period 'could get longer'

The move could buy the two sides more time to come up with a solution to the problem of the Irish border



Sri Lanka's Sirisena calls India over 'murder plot' Sri Lanka leader in 'murder plot' row

Maithripala Sirisena tells Narendra Modi he "categorically rejected" the report


Jamal Khashoggi disappearance: US asks Turkey for recording evidence US requests Khashoggi 'murder' tape

Mr Khashoggi has not been seen since entering the building on October 2


Turkish police search Saudi consul's residence Turkish police search Saudi consul's residence

The consul, Mohammed al-Otaibi, flew back to Riyadh on Tuesday. He denies knowing what happened to Khashoggi


Mobs attack women near India Hindu temple Mobs attack women near India Hindu temple

The Sabarimala temple has historically been closed to women of "menstruating age" as Hinduism regards menstruating women as unclean


Jamal Khashoggi's killing took seven minutes, Turkish source tells MEE Jamal Khashoggi's killing took seven minutes!

Tubaigy began to cut Khashoggi’s body up on a table in the study while he was still alive


M J Akbar resigns as minister over #Metoo allegations M J Akbar resigns as minister over #Metoo allegations

Over the last fortnight, about 20 women have come forward to narrate their experiences of alleged sexual harassment at the hands of Akbar


Gun attack at Crimea’s Kerch college kills 19 Gun attack at Crimea’s Kerch college kills 19

Many of those injured are reportedly in serious condition and medical students have flocked to the hospitals to assist


Gaza rocket hits home in Israel, military strikes back Gaza rocket hits home in Israel, military strikes back

Since March, 155 Palestinians have been killed during the protests. One Israeli soldier was killed by sniper fire in July


Charlie Condell: UK teenager in record attempt has bike stolen Briton in record attempt has bike stolen

Charlie Condell, 18, has already ridden through Europe and Asia since embarking on an eight-month journey in July


3 Myanmar journalists in court over story gov't calls false 3 Myanmar journalists in court over story gov't calls false

The next court appearance is expected to be October 26


Brexit: 'Expectations low' as PM heads to Brussels Brexit: UK PM heads to Brussels

The border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will become the border between the UK and the EU when Britain leaves on March 29


At least 30 killed by Hurricane Michael, according to estimates At least 30 killed by Hurricane Michael

The powerful Category 4 storm, which originally made landfall along Florida’s Gulf of Mexico coastline with winds of up to 155 miles


UN Security Council asked to hear from UN mission on Myanmar atrocities UN Security Council asked to hear on Myanmar atrocities

The request is likely to run into opposition from China, which has friendly ties with Myanmar’s military


Putin will be in Paris on November 11 to mark 100 years since WWI end: Advisor Putin will be in Paris on November 11

The ceremony will be attended by a number of other heads of state including US President Donald Trump


Jamal Khashoggi: Trump gives Saudi benefit of doubt in Khashoggi case Trump warns against judgment over Khashoggi

The journalist, a critic of the Saudi leadership, was last seen alive entering the consulate on October 2


Royal tour: Prince Harry gets his beard rubbed Prince Harry gets his beard rubbed

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are touring Australia and New Zealand after announcing they're expecting a baby


Pakistan Zainab murder: Imran Ali hanged for six-year-old's death Pakistan hangs six-year-old Zainab's killer

The case, the most heinous in a string of similar child murders in the city of Kasur, had sparked outrage and protests in the country


7 killed, almost 80 injured in Morocco train derailment 7 killed in Morocco train derailment

The train derailed about halfway between Rabat and the town of Kenitra, near the city of Sale


Canada becomes second country to legalise recreational marijuana Canada legalises sale and use of cannabis

The nationwide market for cannabis opened Wednesday at midnight amid lingering questions about the impact on health, the law and public safety

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