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‘Yellow vest’ protesters rally for fifth Saturday

‘Yellow vest’ protesters rally for fifth Saturday

Thousands of protesters took to the streets of French cities yesterday in the fifth weekend of demonstrations against Emmanuel Macron’s government, ignoring calls to hold off after a gun attack in Strasbourg this week

Ukraine establishes church independent from Russia

Ukraine establishes church independent from Russia

A historic council of Orthodox bishops in Kyiv has created a new Ukrainian church independent from Russia, President Petro Poroshenko announced yesterday.

Kenyan warriors hunt cash not lions in Maasai Olympics

Kenyan warriors hunt cash not lions in Maasai Olympics

Young Kenyan warriors are no longer pursuing lions to show off their hunting prowess and bravery, they are competing for cash prizes in javelin throwing at the Maasai Olympics instead.

White House budget director picked to replace Kelly

White House budget director picked to replace Kelly

Donald Trump has announced that his budget director Mick Mulvaney will step in as acting chief of staff to replace John Kelly – amid indications that the president is struggling to fill the key post.

Trump’s interior secretary latest to leave

Trump’s interior secretary latest to leave

Donald Trump said yesterday that his interior secretary will be leaving soon – the latest in a series of high-profile departures from an administration beset by turnover and alleged ethical failings.

Obamacare is ruled ‘unconstitutional’

Obamacare is ruled ‘unconstitutional’

A federal judge in Texas has ruled that the US healthcare law known as Obamacare is unconstitutional – a ruling that opposition Democrats condemned yesterday and vowed to appeal.

Brexit ‘risks being stuck’ if MPs don’t compromise

Brexit ‘risks being stuck’ if MPs don’t compromise

Britain’s exit from the European Union is heading for an impasse, a senior minister said yesterday, after a week in which Prime Minister Theresa May failed to win EU assurances on her deal and pulled a vote because UK lawmakers would defeat it.

Mashrafe harbours no Imran-like ambitions

Mashrafe harbours no Imran-like ambitions

He may be Bangladesh’s biggest cricket star, but Mashrafe Mortaza insists he is not another Imran Khan, Pakistan’s cricketing superhero-turned-prime minister.

Australian govt recognises west Jerusalem as Israeli capital

Australian govt recognises west Jerusalem as Israeli capital

Australia now recognises west Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said yesterday, but a contentious embassy shift from Tel Aviv will not occur until a peace settlement is achieved.

Lanka power struggle ends as Rajapakse bows out

Lanka power struggle ends as Rajapakse bows out

Sri Lanka’s crisis looked over yesterday as strongman Mahinda Rajapakse bowed out of a power battle that had crippled the island nation for seven weeks and sent it heading for a possible debt default.

Supreme Court to enforce ‘decent’ dress code for staffers

Supreme Court to enforce ‘decent’ dress code for staffers

The Supreme Court is set to enforce a stricter dress code as Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin ordered a “no minis, no t-shirt” policy for all court officials and employees nationwide.

Joy as US-seized bells ring again on Philippine soil

Joy as US-seized bells ring again on Philippine soil

A sleepy central Philippine town erupted in joy yesterday as bells looted from its church more than a century ago by vengeful US troops were turned over to the community, and rang once again on their home soil.

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