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Women rally in hundreds of US cities

Women rally in hundreds of US cities

Women marched in hundreds of US cities and overseas yesterday to mark the second anniversary of demonstrations that drew millions of protesters to the streets the day after Republican President Donald Trump’s inauguration in January 2017.

Labour: Election still priority despite referendum pressure

Labour: Election still priority despite referendum pressure

Britain’s opposition Labour party yesterday vowed to push for an election to break the impasse on Brexit, but it left open the possibility that it could back a second referendum.

Patients stockpile drugs as fear of no-deal Brexit grows

Patients stockpile drugs as fear of no-deal Brexit grows

Ministers have been urged by top doctors to reveal the extent of national drug stocks, amid growing evidence patients are stockpiling medication in preparation for a no-deal Brexit.

Give MPs free vote on Brexit options: ex-PM

Give MPs free vote on Brexit options: ex-PM

Sir John Major has called for MPs to be allowed to have a free vote on a series of options to solve the unfolding Brexit crisis, saying he feared millions would be hurt if Britain crashed out of the EU with the wrong deal.

Afghan Taliban reject talks with US in Pakistan

Afghan Taliban reject talks with US in Pakistan

The Afghan Taliban have rejected reports in the Pakistani media that they are prepared to resume meetings with US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad in Islamabad, and repeated their refusal to deal directly with the Afghan government.

Dams fund donations dip after Nisar’s retirement

Dams fund donations dip after Nisar’s retirement

On the first day after the retirement of former chief justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar, the dams fund set up by him witnessed a steep decline, the official website of the Supreme Court showed.

Protesters put Macron’s grand ‘debate’ to test

Protesters put Macron’s grand ‘debate’ to test

France’s “yellow vests” took to the streets yesterday for a 10th straight weekend of anti-government protests, despite attempts by President Emmanuel Macron to channel their anger into a series of town hall debates.

Thousands take part in parade against industrialised agriculture

Thousands take part in parade against industrialised agriculture

Thousands of protesters, backed by a procession of farm tractors, marched in Berlin yesterday for environmental protection and against the industrial agriculture lobby.

Poland bids emotional farewell to murdered mayor

Poland bids emotional farewell to murdered mayor

Thousands of Poles gathered in the Baltic port city of Gdansk yesterday to bid an emotional farewell to murdered liberal mayor Pawel Adamowicz, whose public stabbing has raised questions about hate speech in politics in the country.

Rally in Budapest against PM Orban

Rally in Budapest against PM Orban

Several thousand Hungarians demonstrated in Budapest yesterday against Prime Minister Viktor Orban and a new overtime law that has drawn workers out to the streets in several protest rallies.

Gunmen kill 2 monks in Thailand’s south

Gunmen kill 2 monks in Thailand’s south

Unknown gunmen shot dead two Buddhist monks and injured two others in an attack at a temple in Thailand’s mainly Muslim south, the first such killing of a Buddhist monk in the restive region in more than three years.

Philippines’ richest man Sy dies at 94

Philippines’ richest man Sy dies at 94

The Philippines’ wealthiest man Henry Sy, who rose from being a penniless Chinese immigrant to leading a multi-billion dollar business empire, died yesterday, his conglomerate has announced.

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