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Australia kills four sharks after tourist attacks

Australia kills four sharks after tourist attacks

Fourth large sharks have been killed in Australia after a woman and a 12-year-old girl were attacked at a popular Great Barrier Reef tourist spot.

Australia joins bid to rescue injured Indian sailor in remote ocean

Australia joins bid to rescue injured Indian sailor in remote ocean

Australia Sunday joined an international mission to rescue an injured Indian sailor stranded in the Indian Ocean while competing in the round-the-world Golden Globe Race.

Maldives' vote expected to keep hardline Yameen in power

Maldives' vote expected to keep hardline Yameen in power

The Maldives voted on Sunday in an election in which hardline President Abdulla Yameen is expected to cement his grip on power but which opposition and international groups have criticised for a lack of transparency and suppression of dissent.

Families bury victims as Tanzania ferry disaster toll passes 200

Families bury victims as Tanzania ferry disaster toll passes 200

Grieving families were on Sunday preparing to bury victims of Tanzania's devastating ferry disaster, with more than 200 confirmed dead after the crowded boat capsized in Lake Victoria.

155 people dead in landslides, Typhoon Mangkhut in Philippines

155 people dead in landslides, Typhoon Mangkhut in Philippines

At least 155 people have been killed in landslides and other accidents caused by Typhoon Mangkhut and monsoon rains in the Philippines, officials said Sunday.

German minister vows support for ex-spy chief

German minister vows support for ex-spy chief

German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has told Bild newspaper that he would not bow to demands to dismiss Hans-Georg Maassen, who was set to take up a senior role in the interior ministry after being ousted as spymaster.

Britain fumes at ‘insulting’ Tusk post

Britain fumes at ‘insulting’ Tusk post

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has accused EU Council President Donald Tusk of “insulting the British people” by needling Prime Minister Theresa May in a viral social media post.

Windrush scheme begins rejecting applicants

Windrush scheme begins rejecting applicants

A specialist taskforce set up to help people who believe they are victims of the Windrush scandal is to start the process of refusing cases deemed to be ineligible for documentation or citizenship.

Survivor rescued as Tanzania ferry disaster toll passes 200

Survivor rescued as Tanzania ferry disaster toll passes 200

The death toll from a crowded ferry capsizing in Lake Victoria rose sharply to 207 yesterday, a Tanzanian minister said, as rescue workers found a lucky survivor.

Critics kick off ‘Save Brexit’ rallies

Critics kick off ‘Save Brexit’ rallies

Critics of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit proposal across several parties staged the first in a planned series of rallies yesterday, aimed at mounting support for a clean break with EU.

Don’t mistake politeness with weakness: UK to EU

Don’t mistake politeness with weakness: UK to EU

Britain said yesterday that it would not capitulate in Brexit talks and again urged its EU partners to engage with its proposals, as ministers in Paris and Berlin suggested the next move in the negotiations should come from London.

Opposition party launches campaign ahead of SA vote

Opposition party launches campaign ahead of SA vote

South Africa’s largest opposition party, the Democratic Alliance (DA) yesterday launched its campaign ahead of highly-contested elections due next year.

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