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Russia’s new premier promises ‘real changes’

Russia’s new premier promises ‘real changes’

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s new prime minister promised “real changes” yesterday as he was approved by lawmakers after the Kremlin announced sweeping reform plans.

Evacuees check homes during Philippine volcano lull

Evacuees check homes during Philippine volcano lull

Residents displaced by an erupting volcano near the Philippine capital were allowed to briefly return home and check on their property as a “stress reliever” yesterday amid uncertainty about how long they will need to stay away.

Heavy downpour brings relief from bushfires in NSW

Heavy downpour brings relief from bushfires in NSW

Heavy rain fell across parts of fire-ravaged eastern Australia yesterday and more wet weather was forecast, giving some relief following months of catastrophic blazes

Thousands in Gambia rally for Jammeh return

Thousands in Gambia rally for Jammeh return

Thousands of supporters of Gambia’s former dictator Yahya Jammeh demonstrated yesterday on the outskirts of the capital Banjul, demanding his return from exile.

Putin's new PM promises 'real changes' for Russians

Putin's new PM promises 'real changes' for Russians

Russian President Vladimir Putin's new prime minister promised ‘real changes’ on Thursday as he was approved by lawmakers after the Kremlin announced sweeping reform plans.

Senate to take charge of Trump impeachment process

Senate to take charge of Trump impeachment process

The US Senate will take charge of the impeachment process on Thursday, setting the stage for the trial of President Donald Trump to get under way in earnest next week.

NIA questions police officer over alleged terror links

NIA questions police officer over alleged terror links

A team of National Investigation Agency (NIA) officers arrived in Srinagar yesterday to question Jammu and Kashmir Police Deputy Superintendent of Police Davinder Singh over his alleged links with terrorists.

30 hurt in Madurai bull-taming sport

30 hurt in Madurai bull-taming sport

At least 30 people were injured in the bull taming sport of Jallikattu in Madurai district in Tamil Nadu yesterday, reports said.

Scrapping of Article 370 a historic step: army chief

Scrapping of Article 370 a historic step: army chief

Army chief General M M Naravane said yesterday that the abrogation of Article 370 of the constitution was a historic step and it will help Jammu and Kashmir integrate with mainstream India.

Mozambique leader sworn in despite opposition boycott

Mozambique leader sworn in despite opposition boycott

Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi was sworn in yesterday at a ceremony attended by cheering supporters and dignitaries, but boycotted by opposition politicians who dispute his October election win as fraudulent.

Rescuers find 14 bodies in Kashmir; death toll hits 76

Rescuers find 14 bodies in Kashmir; death toll hits 76

Search teams found the bodies of 14 people buried by avalanches and heavy snowfall in Pakistani-administered Kashmir yesterday, with harsh weather hampering rescuers as they race to find any survivors, officials said.

PM visits hospital to meet injured

PM visits hospital to meet injured

Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Pakistan-administered Kashmir’s Neelum Valley yesterday, a day after the region witnessed extreme weather conditions resulting in the deaths of scores of people in the valley alone.

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