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Troops sift through wildfire ruins

Troops sift through wildfire ruins

Firefighting crews made progress against the deadliest wildfire in California history yesterday amid concerns that the death toll of 56 would rise as search teams work their way through the burned-out town of Paradise in the state’s north.

Top adviser out, reshuffle expected

Top adviser out, reshuffle expected

An angry Donald Trump has pushed out a senior adviser after First Lady Melania Trump demanded her sacking, with more heads set to roll in a White House reshuffle triggered by infighting and setbacks in the midterm elections.

Trump rails against Mueller investigation

Trump rails against Mueller investigation

President Donald Trump seethed yesterday that investigators probing alleged collusion between Russian agents and his election campaign have gone “totally nuts” and are a “disgrace”.

Zimbabwe opposition’s Chamisa says he will testify at inquiry only if president does too

Zimbabwe opposition’s Chamisa says he will testify at inquiry only if president does too

Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa said yesterday he would only testify before an inquiry into post-election violence that killed six people in August if President Emmerson Mnangagwa did the same.

Putin foe is a political prisoner: rights court

Putin foe is a political prisoner: rights court

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Russia’s repeated arrests and detention of opposition leader Alexei Navalny were politically-motivated and breached his human rights, a decision Moscow called questionable.

The Saudis under the spotlight over Khashoggi case

The Saudis under the spotlight over Khashoggi case

Saudi Arabia is seeking the death penalty against five out of 21 people under investigation in connection with the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Ethiopia arrests ex-intel chief in corruption, rights crackdown

Ethiopia arrests ex-intel chief in corruption, rights crackdown

Ethiopia said yesterday it had arrested the former deputy intelligence chief after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s administration launched a crackdown this week on senior security officials suspected of human rights abuses and corruption.

No Rohingya cross into Myanmar under refugee return deal: official

No Rohingya cross into Myanmar under refugee return deal: official

Not one Rohingya refugee crossed back into Myanmar from Bangladesh yesterday under a disputed repatriation programme, officials said, with Yangon blaming Dhaka for bungling efforts to start returning the minority.

Sri Lanka, without PM, cabinet, grinds to political halt

Sri Lanka, without PM, cabinet, grinds to political halt

Sri Lanka appeared to be politically rudderless yesterday as the speaker of parliament declared there was no functioning prime minister or cabinet after a no-confidence vote the previous day.

Thais take Asean chair, haunted by past summit chaos

Thais take Asean chair, haunted by past summit chaos

Protests, broken windows and dignitaries forced to flee by helicopter — Thailand’s last stint as host of Southeast Asia’s biggest summit was devoured by political chaos.

Royal visit

Royal visit

Queen Elizabeth arrives to attend the Anglo-Norse Society centenary reception at the Naval and Military Club in central London yesterday.

Imran orders probe after cop is found dead in Afghanistan

Imran orders probe after cop is found dead in Afghanistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered an inquiry into the death of a senior police officer who disappeared from Islamabad last month and whose body was found in Afghanistan.

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