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Merkel given two weeks to win EU migrants deal

Merkel given two weeks to win EU migrants deal

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative Bavarian allies have agreed to give her two weeks’ breathing space to find a European solution to a row over immigration that threatens to scupper her three-month-old coalition government.

7,000 floating barrels launched in London

7,000 floating barrels launched in London

“This is not normal art … it is all about beauty,” said the artist Christo as a 600-tonne, 20m high floating sculpture made from more than 7,000 colourful oil barrels was unveiled on London’s Serpentine, gently bobbing amid ducks, swans and early morning swimmers.

Lords reject May’s Brexit laws

Lords reject May’s Brexit laws

Britain’s House of Lords has inflicted another defeat on the government over its flagship Brexit bill, sending it back to MPs and setting up a fresh showdown between Prime Minister Theresa May and her pro-European rebels.

Stab victim fights to see attacker jailed

Stab victim fights to see attacker jailed

A law student has emerged as a women’s rights crusader after she was stabbed 23 times in a busy street only to see her alleged attacker walk free, igniting outrage across the deeply patriarchal country.

Parents of children killed in Mexico quake want justice

Parents of children killed in Mexico quake want justice

It has been nine months since the Rebsamen elementary school collapsed in the earthquake that devastated Mexico last year, and the families of the 19 children and seven adults killed inside want justice.

Duque faces challenges on peace and the economy

Duque faces challenges on peace and the economy

Colombian President-elect Ivan Duque has promised to unite a divided country behind his plans to toughen a peace accord with Marxist rebels and rekindle economic growth,..

Three dead, 300 hurt as quake jolts Osaka

Three dead, 300 hurt as quake jolts Osaka

A powerful earthquake rocked Japan’s second city of Osaka yesterday, killing three people including a nine-year-old girl and injuring more than 300, according to an official tally.

Ivory Coast president’s ally rejects ‘unified party’ plan

Ivory Coast president’s ally rejects ‘unified party’ plan

Ivory Coast’s Democratic Party, a member of the ruling coalition, has rejected a proposal to form a unified party ahead of the 2020 presidential election, a plan which was supported by President Alassane Ouattara.

Congo to consider legal shield for ex-presidents

Congo to consider legal shield for ex-presidents

Democratic Republic of Congo’s parliament will, at President Joseph Kabila’s request, hold a special session to consider legislation providing legal protection for former presidents, lawmakers said.

Chinese defence minister in Cambodia

Chinese defence minister in Cambodia

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen (right) shakes hands with China’s Defence Minister Wei Fenghe before their meeting at the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh yesterday.

Monsoon batters southern Myanmar

Monsoon batters southern Myanmar

Flooding in southern Myanmar has caused a landslide at a famed Buddhist pagoda, submerged homes and displaced hundreds of people as monsoon rains batter the country.

Finishing touch

Finishing touch

An artist from the Kathakali School Society of Thrissur prepares backstage for his performance in a programme organised by Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum in Bhopal yesterday.

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