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Beijing reports capital's first death from coronavirus

Beijing reports capital's first death from coronavirus

Beijing authorities on Monday reported the Chinese capital's first death from a new deadly virus that has rapidly spread across the country

Bolton revelation puts Republicans under pressure in Trump impeachment trial

Bolton revelation puts Republicans under pressure in Trump impeachment trial

Republicans in the US Senate came under fresh pressure on Monday to allow witnesses and new documents in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial

Trump offers China "any help" needed as coronavirus toll hits 81

Trump offers China "any help" needed as coronavirus toll hits 81

US President Donald Trump offered China "any help that is necessary" on Monday to control a coronavirus outbreak in the central city of Wuhan that has killed 81 people

Taliban claims American plane 'crashed' in eastern Afghanistan

Taliban claims American plane 'crashed' in eastern Afghanistan

The Taliban claimed a US forces aircraft crashed in eastern Afghanistan Monday hours after a plane went down into an area controlled largely by the insurgents.

Italy's Salvini loses key regional vote, in relief for government

Italy's Salvini loses key regional vote, in relief for government

Italy's right-wing League leader Matteo Salvini failed to overturn decades of leftist rule in the northern region of Emilia-Romagna on Sunday in an election that brought relief to the centre-left and the embattled government.

Irish PM says EU has upper hand in Brexit trade talks with UK

Irish PM says EU has upper hand in Brexit trade talks with UK

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said the European Union will have the upper hand in post-Brexit trade talks with the United Kingdom and questioned Prime Minister Boris Johnson ...

Families trek to unsafe wells as taps run dry in drought-hit Zimbabwe

Families trek to unsafe wells as taps run dry in drought-hit Zimbabwe

In Zimbabwe's second city Bulawayo, Abraham Kavalanjila and his two sons have given up waiting for the water to come back on, and trekked out into the maize fields to draw on an open well.

China extends holiday to buy time as virus keeps spreading

China extends holiday to buy time as virus keeps spreading

China on Monday extended its biggest national holiday to buy time in the fight against a viral epidemic, as the death toll spiked to 81 despite unprecedented quarantine measures and travel lockdowns.

New Delhi to sell full stake in debt-ridden Air India

New Delhi to sell full stake in debt-ridden Air India

New Delhi intends to sell its entire stake in the debt-crippled national carrier Air India, the government announced Monday, after failing previously to secure any bids for a majority share.

Republic Day parade shows off military might, diversity

Republic Day parade shows off military might, diversity

It was tricolour balloons, 22 tableaux projecting India’s rich diversity and the armed forces showcasing their might on Rajpath, as the country celebrated 71 years as a republic yesterday.

Ulfa faction admits carrying out blasts

Ulfa faction admits carrying out blasts

Four low-intensity blasts, two of them triggered by Improvised Explosive Devices (IED), took place in Assam yesterday morning as the nation was celebrating its 71st Republic Day, officials said. There were no casualties or injuries.

Govt unfazed as EU moves CAA, Kashmir resolutions

Govt unfazed as EU moves CAA, Kashmir resolutions

The European Union (EU) parliament has decided to pressurise New Delhi over the Citizenship Amendment Act and reorganisation of Jammu and Kashmir.

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