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14 killed, 19 injured as rains wreak havoc in Pakistan 14 killed as rains wreak havoc in Pakistan

The official report reveals that most of the casualties happened due to roof collapse incidents and electrocution


Statue of Liberty climber in custody after forcing evacuation Statue of Liberty protest climber detained

Tourists have been evacuated from Liberty Island in New York Harbour on Wednesday during a three-hour stand-off with local and federal authorities


Sunanda Pushkar death case: Shashi Tharoor granted anticipatory bail

Tharoor granted bail in Sunanda death case

Pushkar was found dead in a suite of a luxury hotel in the city on the night of January 17, 2014


Scuffles as Israel readies to demolish Bedouin village Israel readies to demolish Bedouin village

The village is made up mainly of makeshift structures of tin and wood, as is traditionally the case with Bedouin villages


Salisbury poisoning: Skripals 'were under Russian surveillance' Skripals 'were under Russian surveillance'

The Novichok was produced by people employing a high level of skill in a very advanced laboratory


Trump praises military for keeping US 'safe, strong, proud' Trump praises military for keeping US safe

Two hundred and 42 years ago on July 4, 1776, America's founders adopted the Declaration of independence, says Trump


Pompeo visits N Korea Friday Pompeo visits N Korea Friday

This will be the third trip to Pyongyang for US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo


Rescuers pump out more water to lower levels inside cave Rescuers pump out more water to lower levels inside cave

The team may not all be extracted at the same time depending on their health


Trump pressed aides on Venezuela invasion, US official says Trump pressed aides on Venezuela invasion

The idea, despite his aides' best attempts to shoot it down, would nonetheless persist in the president's head


Cave rescuers setting up internet, drain water Cave rescuers setting up internet, drain water

Rescuers are continuing to drain water from wells near the cave complex to reduce water levels inside


Wiltshire pair poisoned by Novichok nerve agent Wiltshire pair poisoned by Novichok nerve agent

The couple, believed to be Charlie Rowley and Dawn Sturgess, are in a critical condition having been found unconscious at a house on Saturday


Heat wave kills 17 in eastern Canada Heat wave kills 17 in eastern Canada

Twelve of the dead are reported in the eastern province's capital Montreal, says regional public health director Mylene Drouin


UNSC urged to refer Myanmar to ICC to probe crimes against Rohingya UNSC urged to refer Myanmar to ICC for Rohingya atrocities

"Refusal to name the Rohingya as such including in official documents and statements adds disrespect to the terrible violations they have suffered"


China's HNA Group boss falls to his death in France China's HNA Group boss falls to his death in France

Wang Jian, 57, has climbed on a high parapet to take photographs in the picturesque village of Bonnieux when he fell, police say


Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib pleads not guilty, granted bail Former Malaysian PM Najib pleads not guilty, granted bail

Najib is charged with three counts of criminal breach of trust as well as using his position for graft in connection of 42 million ringgit


132 militants killed in fresh Afghan military operations 132 militants killed in fresh Afghan military operations

More 28 others were also wounded during military operations and airstrikes in Afghanistan since early Tuesday


Turkey issues decree adjusting laws to presidential system Turkey issues decree adjusting laws to presidential system

The decree issued changes the wording in some 5,000 laws, removing references to the prime minister and transferring some powers to the president


Passengers rescued from stricken Indonesia ferry; 31 dead 31 dead in Indonesia ferry accident

The Sulawesi ferry, with 139 passengers aboard according to its manifest, has begun sinking Tuesday afternoon in rough seas


Death toll from heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan rises to 15 Death toll from heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan rises to 15

Pakistan has long struggled to cope with the annual monsoon rains, which trigger flash floods and mud slides that destroy homes


Toronto reels after weekend gun violence Toronto reels after weekend gun violence

In Canada, gun owners must be licensed and undergo a background check


Trump administration tells ZTE it can restart some operations Trump gives temporary reprieve to ZTE

The order allowing ZTE to resume some business comes amid heightened trade tensions between the US and China


Landslide on Amarnath Yatra route kills 5 pilgrims; 4 injured Landslide on Amarnath Yatra route kills 5 pilgrims

Police say the identities of the deceased and the injured were yet to be ascertained


Death toll rises to 29 in Indonesia ferry sinking Death toll rises to 29 in Indonesia ferry sinking

The Sulawesi ferry, with 139 passengers aboard according to its manifest, began sinking Tuesday afternoon in rough seas


Thailand cave: New video shows boys in good health Video shows Thai cave boys in good health

They were found on Monday after nine days trapped deep in the cave by rising water, and have since received food and medical treatment


Ecuador court orders ex-president Correa's arrest Ecuador court orders ex-president's arrest

The former president Rafael Correa, who now lives in his wife's native Belgium, denies the allegations


Malaysia's ex-PM Najib charged with corruption over 1MDB Malaysia ex-PM charged with corruption

He faces three counts of criminal breach of trust and one count of abuse of power


Thailand cave: 'Zero risks' to be taken in rescue of boys 'No risks' to be taken to free Thai boys

Seven divers, including a doctor and a nurse, joined the group inside the caves in the north of the country after they were discovered alive on Monday


Death toll in Indonesia ferry accident rises to 24 Death toll in Indonesia ferry accident rises to 24

Twenty four bodies have been recovered, with 74 survivors, but 41 people have not yet been accounted


Iran, world powers to have first nuclear meet since Trump pullout Iran, world powers to have first nuclear meet

Trump unilaterally pulled out of the agreement two months ago


British divers who found Thai children no stranger to rescues The UK divers conducted many rescues earlier

The 12 young boys and their coach went missing for nine days


6 killed, 8 injured in road accident in India 6 killed in road accident in India

Police registered a case and ordered investigations into the accident


Ex-Malaysian PM Najib arrested by anti-graft agency Ex-Malaysian PM Najib arrested

Najib's arrest comes nearly two months after his coalition's shocking defeat in a May 9 general election


Trump administration seeks to block China Mobile in the US Trump wants to block China Mobile in US

The advice comes amid rising trade tensions between the US and China


Archbishop Philip Wilson sentenced for concealing child sex abuse Archbishop sentenced for abuse cover-up

He was found guilty by a court last month of covering up abuse by a paedophile priest in New South Wales


Indonesia ends search for dozens of victims of ferry sinking Indonesia ends search for dozens of victims of ferry sinking

At least 21 survivors, 3 bodies were found and 164 people missing


US Army to invest $62M in Puerto Rico in upcoming years US Army to invest $62M in Puerto Rico

Officials will invest $10 million to build an operations center in the northwest coastal town of Aguadilla starting early next year


Germany migrants: Merkel averts coalition government split German cabinet crisis on migrants averted

Mrs Merkel agreed to tighten controls at the Austrian border to stop people who have applied for asylum in other EU countries from entering Germany


Red Cross leader: Rohingya crisis needs political solutions Rohingya crisis needs political solutions

The international Red Cross leader says humanitarian help alone will not solve the Rohingya refugee crisis


Heavy monsoon rains lash Pakistan, killing 3 in Lahore city Heavy monsoon rains lash Pakistan, kills 3

Rains also swell rivers during the monsoon season, causing floods that kill people and damage crops and infrastructure

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