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Lula registers for Brazil race from jail as thousands rally

Lula registers for Brazil race from jail as thousands rally

Brazil’s Workers Party registered jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Wednesday as its presidential candidate while he sat in prison serving a 12-year graft sentence expected to block his candidacy.

Chinese MH370 relatives ask to meet Malaysia PM

Chinese MH370 relatives ask to meet Malaysia PM

Chinese relatives of those who disappeared on board Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 yesterday asked to meet the country’s Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad when he visits China this week.

‘Queen of Soul’ Aretha Franklin dies

‘Queen of Soul’ Aretha Franklin dies

Aretha Franklin, the music icon, legendary singer and “Queen of Soul” loved by millions whose history-making career spanned six decades, died yesterday, her longtime publicist announced.

Newspapers hit back at Trump, defend free press

Newspapers hit back at Trump, defend free press

US newspapers big and small hit back yesterday at Donald Trump’s relentless attacks on the news media with a co-ordinated campaign of editorials, triggering a fresh tirade from the president on Twitter.

Situation ‘extremely grave,’ says Kerala CM as toll rises to 106

Situation ‘extremely grave,’ says Kerala CM as toll rises to 106

The official death toll from major floods in Kerala hit 106 yesterday with reports of even higher numbers amid warnings of more torrential rainfall.

Keita is re-elected Mali president with landslide

Keita is re-elected Mali president with landslide

Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has been re-elected for a five-year term after winning a landslide in a runoff ballot, according to official figures yesterday.

Vajpayee, the moderate face of BJP, dies aged 93

Vajpayee, the moderate face of BJP, dies aged 93

Former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, whose politics of moderation in a hardline party propelled the Bharatiya Janata Party to power for the first time in the 1990s, died yesterday after a long illness.

Italian bridge company under fire as rescuers toil for third day

Italian bridge company under fire as rescuers toil for third day

Italy’s populist government yesterday intensified its attacks on the bridge operator it blames for the viaduct collapse that killed dozens of people in Genoa, as rescuers picked through rubble on the third day of desperate efforts to find survivors.

Police probes catapult attacks on UK mosques

Police probes catapult attacks on UK mosques

Police said yesterday they are investigating a hate crime after catapult attacks on two mosques in the English city of Birmingham, as local residents linked the attacks to the arrest of a suspected terrorist in London.

Murder trial of Jong-nam to continue

Murder trial of Jong-nam to continue

The trial of two women charged with the murder of the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will continue, a Malaysian judge ruled yesterday, adding that the evidence was insufficient to prove it was a political assassination.

Hollywood director Weir testifies in Cambodia ‘spying’ trial

Hollywood director Weir testifies in Cambodia ‘spying’ trial

Hollywood director Peter Weir made a surprise appearance at a court in the Cambodian capital yesterday, testifying in the trial of a filmmaker accused of espionage, the latest twist in a case decried by rights groups as “bogus”.

Germany moves closer to contract for new missile defence system

Germany moves closer to contract for new missile defence system

Germany's defence ministry on Thursday asked Lockheed Martin Corp and Europe's MBDA to submit a second, more detailed proposal to build a successor to its Patriot missile defence system ...

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