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Philippines typhoon toll hits 81, expected to rise

Philippines typhoon toll hits 81, expected to rise

Mangkhut swamped farm fields in the nation's agricultural north and smashed houses when it tore through at the weekend with violent winds and heavy rains.

Australia strawberry needle scare: tough penalties proposed

Australia strawberry needle scare: tough penalties proposed

Needles, first found in strawberries produced by one supplier in Queensland, are now turning up around the country.

Macron injects cash into fix healthcare

Macron injects cash into fix healthcare

President Emmanuel Macron has promised extra money and more doctors in rural areas to ease pressure on France’s hospitals, which are creaking under the weight of budget constraints and closures of clinics outside towns and cities.

French interior minister reveals plan to resign

French interior minister reveals plan to resign

France’s Interior Minister Gerard Collomb announced yesterday that he would stand down after next year’s European Parliament elections, in yet another blow to President Emmanuel Macron.

Italy’s M5S vows no favours to Berlusconi

Italy’s M5S vows no favours to Berlusconi

Italy’s ruling coalition of the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S) and far-right League party will pay no regard towards ex-prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s influential media empire, an M5S minister said yesterday.

Merkel removes spy chief to defuse row

Merkel removes spy chief to defuse row

Angela Merkel’s government has removed domestic spy chief Hans-Georg Maassen from office, transferring him to a different post to defuse an explosive row over immigration and the far-right that once more rocked the German chancellor’s fragile coalition.

EU’s Tusk calls for end to ‘mutual resentment’ at migration summit

EU’s Tusk calls for end to ‘mutual resentment’ at migration summit

European Council President Donald Tusk has called on EU leaders to end their “mutual resentment” ahead of talks in the Austrian city of Salzburg aimed at making progress on the migration deadlock.

Zimbabwe president rules out early return to local currency

Zimbabwe president rules out early return to local currency

Zimbabwe’s new president yesterday ruled out an early return of the Zimbabwean dollar, toning down remarks by his finance minister that backed reintroducing the bloated currency.

Residents warned as Storm Ali to hit today

Residents warned as Storm Ali to hit today

Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England have been advised to batten down the hatches for the first named storm of the season.

Duterte in renewed call to end mining

Duterte in renewed call to end mining

President Rodrigo Duterte yesterday reiterated his call to end mining, saying the practice could no longer continue because it had “created a monster in the country.”

Typhoon death toll rises to 74 as searchers hunt for missing

Typhoon death toll rises to 74 as searchers hunt for missing

The death toll in Typhoon Mangkhut hit 74 yesterday, Philippine authorities said, as rescuers used their bare hands to sift through a massive landslide in which dozens were feared killed in the worst-hit region.

61 out of 102 PM House vehicles sold at auction

61 out of 102 PM House vehicles sold at auction

While a majority of expensive bulletproof and bombproof vehicles of Prime Minister House failed to attract buyers during an auction, most of the other vehicles have been sold.

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