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Hong Kong leader says Chinese patriots now firmly in charge

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has said Chinese patriots are now firmly in charge of the city following the election of its new leader,...

Fire at Wisconsin anti-abortion office investigated as arson

Vandals struck at an anti-abortion group’s office in Wisconsin, apparently setting a fire after a Molotov cocktail thrown into the building failed to ignite,...

Afghanistan’s Taliban leaders order women to wear burka in public

Afghanistan’s Taliban leadership has ordered all Afghan women to wear the all-covering burka in public, officials said. The move evokes similar restrictions imposed on women...

North Korea fires unidentified projectile, says Seoul

North Korea fired at least one unidentified projectile toward its eastern sea on Saturday in its second launch this week. The move apparently continued a...

‘Eight dead’ as explosion damages hotel in Cuban capital Havana

A powerful explosion has damaged a hotel in the Cuban capital, with officials reporting that at least eight people have died. No tourists were staying...

Mexican leader criticises US on tour of Central America

Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has started a five-day tour to four Central American countries and Cuba by lashing out at the US...

Beijing closes 10% of subway stations in bid to stem Covid spread

Beijing has closed around 10% of the stations in its vast subway system as an additional measure against the spread of coronavirus. The subway authority,...

Prosecutors charge three with murder in Sacramento mass shooting

Three alleged gang members have been charged with murder in the slayings of three women fatally shot in a gun battle that rocked California’s...

Sirens wail and people pause as Israel commemorates war dead

Israel has honoured its soldiers and civilians killed in wars and militant attacks, with air raid sirens wailing nationwide for two minutes and citizens...

Suspected tornado causes severe damage as it rips through Kansas

A suspected tornado that ripped through parts of Kansas has damaged multiple buildings, injured several people and left more than 6,500 people without power. Officials...

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