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Ex-security aide to Macron says he betrayed president Ex-security aide to Macron says he betrayed president

Among charges the former presidential security Alexandre Benalla now faces is "violence in a group"


Venezuela opposition legislator flees after 'secret police threats' Venezuela opposition legislator flees

Several senior opposition leaders have left Venezuela over the past year


Les Moonves: CBS investigates report of 'misconduct' CBS investigates claims of misconduct

Mr Moonves, 68, told the magazine that he "may have made some women uncomfortable" in the past


United Nations verifies over 7,000 child casualties in Syria since 2013 UN verifies over 7,000 child casualties in Syria since 2013

The Security Council says that since the beginning of 2018, the UN has verified over 1,200 violations against children


UK MPs call for social media regulation UK MPs call for social media regulation

The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee are investigating disinformation and fake news following the Cambridge Analytica data scandal


Imran Khan's victory confirmed by officials Imran Khan's victory confirmed by officials

Mr Khan will wait for the final 19 seats to declare their results before he begins the process of coalition building


Pakistan parties announce protests demanding new elections Pakistan parties demanding new elections

Rival parties meet late Friday as part of an alliance called the All Parties Conference where they call out the military for interfering in the polls


Trump open to Moscow visit if Putin formally invites him Trump open to Moscow visit if Putin formally invites him

Trump had initially invited Putin to Washington this fall for a follow-up meeting to their controversial Helsinki summit


3 women paid 'hush money' for Trump relationships 3 women paid 'hush money' for Trump relationships

Avenatti discloses the information at a community forum in West Hollywood, California, but he would not provide additional information


Putin says 'ready to go to Washington', invites Trump to Moscow Putin says 'ready to go to Washington'

Trump faces intense criticism after the Helsinki news conference


Troops sent to West Bank after Israeli killed in attack Troops sent to West Bank after Israeli killed in attack

Israel's military on Friday searched the West Bank village of a Palestinian teen-ager who broke into a settlement home and stabbed three Israelis


Imran Khan receives VVIP protocol Imran Khan receives VVIP protocol

According to senior police officers, he was given the protocol after the PTI won a majority in the National Assembly in the July 25 elections


UK-France trains hit by heatwave UK-France trains hit by heatwave

The hottest temperatures of the year in Britain recorded on Thursday


EU says farming 'not part' of US trade deal, contradicting Trump EU says farming 'not part' of US trade deal

The EU insisted on Friday that proposed trade talks between Europe and the United States would not include…


US looks forward to working with Imran-led government US looks forward to working with Imran-led govt

As Pakistan forms a new government, the US looks for opportunities to work with it to advance the goals of security and stability in South Asia


Israel to build new settler homes after deadly knife attack Israel to build new settler homes after deadly knife attack

The teenage attacker snuck into the settlement on Thursday evening by climbing a wall


Floods force thousands from homes in Myanmar Floods force thousands from homes in Myanmar

Vast swathes of the surrounding land lay submerged while 11 temporary camps have been set up around the city


Cricket star Imran Khan wins in Pakistan but needs coalition Imran Khan wins in Pakistan but needs coalition

Khan's party won a sweeping majority in the Khyber Pukhtunkhwa province, while the PPP won the most seats in southern Sindh's provincial legislature


World's oldest person, a Japanese woman, dies at 117 World's oldest person dies at 117

Miyako, born on May 2, 1901, became the world's oldest person in April after Nabi Tajima from Kikai island in southern Japan died at the age of 117


Trump and CNN: president and TV network at loggerheads Trump and CNN into loggerheads

The Republican leader has long had a contentious relationship with the media


Michael Cohen claims Trump 'knew of Russian lawyer meeting' Trump 'knew of Russia meeting' says Cohen

Mr Trump denied knowledge of the meeting until a year later


Pakistan awaits vote results despite Imran Khan victory claim Pakistan awaits vote results despite Imran Khan victory claim

Election officials are under fire for the lack of a result two days after ballots closed


Iran general warns Trump war would 'destroy all you possess' Iran general warns Trump: 'We are ready'

Washington is now re-imposing sanctions on Iran's oil, aircraft exports, and precious metals trade among other sectors


Khan claims win in Pakistan with vows on poverty, US ties Khan claims win in Pakistan with vows on poverty, US ties

Khan focuses on what he wanted to do for the poor in Pakistan and his vision of a country that bowed to no one, where everyone was equal under the law


UK PM Theresa May heads to Austria for Brexit talks Theresa May heads to Austria for Brexit talks

She is holding talks with Austrian chancellor as she seeks to win support for her proposals for the UK's future relationship with the EU


Duterte OKs bill creating Muslim autonomous region in south Duterte OKs bill creating Muslim autonomous region in south

It is the latest significant attempt by the government to end Muslim fighting that has left more than 120,000 people dead


Greek fires: Blaze that killed 83 'caused by arson' Greek fires that killed 83 'caused by arson'

Some 60 people are still being treated in hospital, 11 in intensive care and dozens more are missing


Coalition partners may not be needed to form government at Pakistan Centre Coalition partners may not be needed to form govt at Pakistan Centre

The PTI leader says that PTI had acquired 120 seats and it still required at least 17 seats


Korea remains: Pyongyang returns US troops slain in Korean War North Korea returns US war remains

A US military aircraft took the remains to an American base in South Korea


Laos dam collapse: Survivors and NGOs query official toll Laos dam collapse death toll climbs to 27

On Monday an auxiliary dam that was part of the Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy hydroelectric power project collapsed


Syria's Quneitra province, on Israel's doorstep Syria's Quneitra province, on Israel's doorstep

Syrian government forces on Thursday raised the flag in the buffer zone separating Syrian-held territory from the Israeli-annexed Golan


Jemima pays tribute to Imran Khan's political journey Jemima pays tribute to Imran Khan

Recalling his 1997 election debut, she says Imran Khan's challenge now is to remember why he entered politics in the first place


Guterres raises alarm over UN cash crisis Guterres raises alarm over UN cash crisis

A total of 112 out of the 193 countries have paid their dues in full as of July, but this list did not include the United States, the UN's number one


Imran promises wide-ranging reforms All policies for the people: Imran Khan

In his first public address, Imran Khan shares his vision for the country and pledges to safeguard the interests of ordinary citizens


Imran Khan claims victory in Pakistan elections Imran Khan claims victory in Pakistan elections

“We were successful and we were given a mandate,” Khan says during a live broadcast, adding there is “no politician victimisation” in the contest


Pakistan election: Imran Khan leads in early counting Ex-cricketer Imran Khan leads Pakistan elections

With votes counted in 49% of stations, PTI party is leading in 119 of 272 contested National Assembly constituencies


Myanmar flooding displaces more than 16,000 people Over 16,000 displaced by Myanmar floods

The extreme flooding comes just days after a burst dam in Laos flooded several villages leaving many dead and hundreds more missing


West Bengal now 'Bangla' as local Assembly passes bill West Bengal now 'Bangla' as local Assembly passes bill

However, the change in name will only happen once the Indian home ministry approves the resolution


Israel intercepts rocket from Gaza after border exchange Israel intercepts rocket from Gaza after border exchange

The cross-border exchange takes place a few days after Gaza's Hamas rulers agreed to a cease-fire with Israel

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