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Ten dead in China as truck loses control and hits crowd

Ten dead in China as truck loses control and hits crowd

Ten people died and another 16 were injured after a truck lost control and hit a crowd of people at a traditional market in southern China on Sunday, police said.

Tribal clashes in South Sudan leave 11 dead

Tribal clashes in South Sudan leave 11 dead

Eleven people were killed and 14 wounded in South Sudan overnight to Sunday during tribal clashes over contested land, an official told dpa.

World Health Organisation: Tanzania not sharing information on Ebola

World Health Organisation: Tanzania not sharing information on Ebola

Tanzania is refusing to provide detailed information on suspected Ebola cases, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said, a rare public rebuke as the region struggles to contain an outbreak already declared a global health emergency.

Al-Shabaab militants storm Somali military base, five soldiers dead

Al-Shabaab militants storm Somali military base, five soldiers dead

A pre-dawn raid by the terrorist group al-Shabaab on a military base in southern Somalia has left at least 18 people dead, officials told dpa on Sunday.

At least 26 people killed in bus crash in Pakistan

At least 26 people killed in bus crash in Pakistan

At least 26 people, including children, were killed when a passenger bus crashed into a hill in northern Pakistan on Sunday, an official said.

Hong Kong riot police curb airport protest after clashes

Hong Kong riot police curb airport protest after clashes

Hong Kong riot police took up position at the main rail station serving the airport on Sunday to prevent a new anti-government protest targeting air travel after a night of violent street clashes in the Chinese-ruled territory.

PM leaves for UN session and high-level meetings

PM leaves for UN session and high-level meetings

Prime Minister Imran Khan left for New York yesterday morning to attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

Royal baby Archie awaited in S Africa for first official trip

Royal baby Archie awaited in S Africa for first official trip

Britain’s Prince Harry, his wife Meghan and baby Archie are expected in South Africa tomorrow to begin their first official tour as a family since their son’s birth in May. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will begin the 10-day trip in Cape Town

Labour wrestles with Brexit, election plans

Labour wrestles with Brexit, election plans

Britain’s main opposition party, Labour, opened its annual conference yesterday amid divisions over Brexit as deep as those in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservatives. “We’ll be setting out our plans to end the Brexit crisis, kickstart a Green Industrial Revolution

PM heads to UN with Brexit seen to dominate agenda

PM heads to UN with Brexit seen to dominate agenda

Boris Johnson headed off this weekend for the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations summit in New York where, despite an official focus on subjects including the environment and Iran, Brexit seems likely to yet again dominate the prime minister’s agenda.

As global leaders meet, the Amazon rainforest burns

As global leaders meet, the Amazon rainforest burns

The fires that burned through the Amazon rainforest last month sparked international outcry and offers of help, but as world leaders meet in New York, the planet’s largest rainforest remains engulfed in flames.

Activists get down and dirty on mass clean-up

Activists get down and dirty on mass clean-up

Thousands of volunteers wielding nets and bin bags scoured coasts, parks and riverbanks across the globe yesterday, in a litter-picking drive highlighting the vast quantity of trash dumped worldwide, a day after mass international climate protests.

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