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Aid arrives in Afghan city after Taliban onslaught

Aid arrives in Afghan city after Taliban onslaught

Aid trickled into Ghazni Sunday, residents and relief workers said, days after security forces pushed Taliban militants from the eastern Afghan city following nearly a week of heavy fighting.

China nabs 26 suspected tomb robbers, recovers valuable relics

China nabs 26 suspected tomb robbers, recovers valuable relics

China has arrested 26 suspects and retrieved almost 650 cultural relics stolen from an ancient burial site in northwestern Qinghai province, the Ministry of Public Security said on Sunday.

Brazil sends troops after clashes at Venezuela border

Brazil sends troops after clashes at Venezuela border

Brazil will send troops to its border with Venezuela on Monday after residents of the Brazilian border town of Pacaraima drove out Venezuelan immigrants from their improvised camps, amid growing regional tensions.

Australia ramps up aid to farmers as drought bites

Australia ramps up aid to farmers as drought bites

Financial aid for drought-stricken Australian farmers will be increased to Aus$1.8 billion (US$1.3 billion) as they endure the driest conditions in half a century, the prime minister said Sunday.

More bodies found in flooded Kerala as toll hits 357

More bodies found in flooded Kerala as toll hits 357

Rescuers waded into submerged villages in southern India on Sunday in a desperate search for survivors cut off for days by floods that have already killed more than 350 people.

Indonesia's teeny skateboard hope too cool for school

Indonesia's teeny skateboard hope too cool for school

Indonesia's nine-year-old skateboarder Aliqqa Noverry is set to melt hearts at the Asian Games -- but give her ice cream and she could be a medal threat, says her mum.

Fresh tremor rocks Indonesia's Lombok

Fresh tremor rocks Indonesia's Lombok

A fresh tremor of 6.3 magnitude struck the Indonesian holiday island of Lombok, the US Geological Survey said on Sunday, after an earthquake killed more than 430 people there earlier this month.

German, Russian leaders tackle various tough topics at meeting

German, Russian leaders tackle various tough topics at meeting

Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel met outside Berlin yesterday for talks ranging from the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, to Iran and a gas pipeline project that has drawn US ire.

Putin dances at Austrian wedding

Putin dances at Austrian wedding

Russian President Vladimir Putin danced arm-in-arm with Austria’s Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl at her wedding yesterday, after receiving an invitation that opposition critics said undermined the West’s stance against Moscow.

Outraged Italians bury Genoa tragedy victims

Outraged Italians bury Genoa tragedy victims

Thousands of mourners attended a state funeral in the Italian city of Genoa to bid a solemn farewell to victims of a bridge collapse that has sparked nationwide anger, while rescuers pulled more bodies from the rubble.

Plans to cut London bus routes will hit working class hardest: watchdog

Plans to cut London bus routes will hit working class hardest: watchdog

Leaked Transport for London (TfL) plans to cut bus routes connecting the outskirts of the city with the centre will disproportionately affect working-class people, a transport watchdog has said.

Tractor used to rip cash machine off shop wall

Tractor used to rip cash machine off shop wall

Thieves in Dorset have brought new meaning to the phrase “hole in the wall” after stealing a tractor to rip a cash machine out of a shop wall.

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