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Jeff Sessions: US attorney general hits back at Trump US attorney general hits back at Trump

The apparent rebuke of Mr Trump has come after the president said Mr Sessions was not in control of his department


22 children, 9 women killed in Saudi-led airstrike on Yemen's Hodeidah: Houthi media 22 children, among 31 killed in Saudi-led airstrike in Yemen

Saudi is leading an Arab military coalition that intervened in the Yemeni war in 2015 to support the government of exiled President Mansour Hadi


Russian ship detained in S.Africa over 'weapons' cargo Russian ship detained in S.Africa over 'weapons' cargo

Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi, spokesman for the Hawks police investigative unit, confirmed to AFP that the vessel was carrying weapons


Trump: Impeach me and the market crashes Trump: Impeach me and the market crashes

In an interview with Fox & Friends, US President Donald Trump says the market would crash and "everybody would be very poor"


Man kills mother, sister; France sees no apparent terror tie Man kills mother, sister; France sees no apparent terror tie

Police shot and killed the man soon afterward. Islamic State, which has a history of opportunistic claims, swiftly claimed responsibility


US declines invitation to Russia-led talks on Afghanistan US declines invitation to Russia-led talks on Afghanistan

Russia says that the Taliban will be joining the Sept. 4 talks in Moscow, along with representatives of several neighboring countries


Two dead, three injured in blast at Trinamool Congress office in West Bengal Two dead in blast at Trinamool Congress office in West Bengal

Three others are injured following an explosion inside party office in West Midnapore district


Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: 'New audio' of IS leader released IS 'releases audio' of leader Baghdadi

Baghdadi, who has a $25m (£19m) US bounty on his head, has been reported killed or wounded on a number of occasions


Man kills 2 women in Belgian knife attack Man kills 2 women in Belgian knife attack

There were "several victims" after a knife-wielding man entered a restaurant in the town close to Liege and started stabbing the owner and a relative


Defiant Australia PM Turnbull refuses to ‘give in to bullies’ Defiant Australia PM Turnbull refuses to ‘give in to bullies’

Turnbull accuses Dutton and his supporters of intimidation with the crisis snowballing quickly since it began unfolding on Monday


Netanyahu visits Lithuania, first Israeli PM ever Netanyahu visits Lithuania

Netanyahu who faces corruption allegations at home, has roots in Lithuania


Hun Sen considering amnesty for Cambodian prisoners Hun Sen considering amnesty for Cambodian prisoners

Hun Sen has led the country for more than three decades and has said he intends to remain at the helm for at least 10 more years


US, China raise tariffs in new round of trade dispute US, China raise tariffs in new round of trade dispute

The 25 percent increases takes effect as envoys from both sides held their first high-level talks in two months in Washington


Trump: Hush payments came from me but were not a campaign violation Trump: Hush money payments came from me

It comes after his ex-lawyer, Cohen, pleaded guilty to violating laws during the 2016 presidential election over his handling of the hush money


Int’l efforts needed to ensure education of 500,000 Rohingya kids: Unicef Int’l efforts needed to ensure education of 500,000 Rohingya kids: Unicef

The report says a huge international aid effort led by the government of Bangladesh has managed to put basic services for the refugees in place


Harvey's deluge killed dozens and caused billions in damage Harvey's deluge killed dozens in US

Harvey was the second costliest tropical cyclone in US history, trailing only Hurricane Katrina in 2005


Nato-Russia: Putin and Nato trade barbs over troops Putin and Nato trade barbs over troops

Mr Putin says Russia must strengthen its own capabilities in response


Italian company behind bridge collapse offers 500M euros to help victims, build new bridge Italian company behind bridge collapse offers 500M euros to help victims

The bridge, which connects highway traffic between Italy and France, collapsed on the eve of Ferragosto, a major summer holiday in Italy


Australian prime minister could quit Friday Australian prime minister could quit Friday

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he plans to hold a party meeting on Friday if a majority of his ruling conservative Liberal Party lawmakers want


Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit Gujarat today Narendra Modi to visit Gujarat today

Modi will preside over the convocation ceremony of the Gujarat Forensic Science University in Gandhinagar



Malcolm Turnbull: Australia adjourns parliament amid leadership crisis Australia adjourns parliament amid crisis

Mr Turnbull is fighting to retain his position amid a push by senior colleagues to replace him as leader


Trade wars: US set to impose fresh tariffs on China

US set to impose fresh tariffs on China

The second round of tariffs will see a total of $50bn worth of goods from each side that will now be taxed


India rejects UAE govt's $100 mln flood disaster fund offer India rejects UAE govt's $100 mln flood disaster fund offer

The UAE offer is more than the $97 million so far promised by India's central government. Vijayan asked for a $375 million package from the government


Argentina crematorium burns Russian cocaine haul Argentina crematorium burns Russian cocaine haul

The alleged ringleader of the smuggling gang is Andrei Kovalchuk, who was arrested in Germany and extradited to Russia in July


Saudi Arabia 'seeks death penalty for woman activist' Saudi Arabia 'seeks death penalty for woman activist'

HRW says they recently went on trial at a terrorism tribunal on charges including "participating in protests" in the restive Qatif region


Australian drought: Muslims hold Eid event to pray for rain Muslims in Australia hold Eid event to pray for rain

Worshippers from 16 mosques came together "in a show of solidarity and unity" with farmers and others affected by the drought


PM Khan reminds nation of the real meaning of sacrifice in Eid message Pakistan PM congratulates the nation on Eid-ul Azha

Prime Minister Khan reminds the nation that sacrifice “is a universal devotion without which no nation can progress”


Body of evidence: Rohingya scars testify to Myanmar crackdown Rohingya scars testify to Myanmar crackdown

Nearly one million Rohingya Muslims marked Eid al-Adha on Wednesday in the world's largest refugee camp


6 killed in IS suicide attack in Iraq’s Salahudin province 6 killed in Iraq’s suicide attack

The security situation in Iraq has been dramatically improved after Iraqi security forces fully defeated the IS militants across the country


Border Patrol: 128 immigrants found abandoned in Arizona 128 immigrants found abandoned in Arizona

The immigrants are found Friday after apparently being brought to the border by human smugglers who remained in Mexico


Malcolm Turnbull: PM battles cabinet rebellion over leadership Australia PM battles cabinet rebellion

Mr Turnbull is under pressure because of a long run of poor polling and a divisive energy policy


French president pushes for new changes as criticism grows French president Macron pushes for new changes

Macron hopes his break will help give his policies new impetus after a nightmare political scenario in July


Rohingya refugees celebrate Eid holiday amid memories of home Rohingya refugees celebrate Eid holiday

The Muslim Rohingyas have faced generations of discrimination in largely Buddhist Myanmar


Imran says India and Pakistan must talk Imran says India and Pakistan must talk

This is the second time that Khan has raised the Kashmir issue since his Pakistan Tehreeke- Insaaf (PTI) won the general elections in Pakistan


Australian drought: Muslims hold Eid event to pray for rain Australian Muslims pray for rain at Eid

The event was organised by the Lebanese Muslim Association (LMA) at the Lakemba Mosque in western Sydney


Four killed, 16 injured in Mumbai fire Four die in Mumbai fire

16 others are injured after fire breaks out at a high-rise residential building in central Mumbai


Magnitude 7.3 earthquake shakes Venezuela Magnitude 7.3 earthquake shakes Venezuela

  A powerful earthquake shook Venezuela's northeastern coast and parts of the Caribbean but…


Kerala floods: Death toll climbs to nearly 400 Kerala floods: Death toll climbs to nearly 400

More than one million people have been displaced, many of them taking shelter in thousands of relief camps across the state


Trump directed hush money, says his ex-lawyer Michael Cohen Trump 'directed' hush money, says Cohen

Michael Cohen says he did so at the direction of "the candidate", for the "principal purpose of influencing [the] election"

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