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Meng Wanzhou flies back to China after deal with US prosecutors

Chinese telecoms chief Meng Wanzhou was liberated following three years of house capture in Canada, following a concurrence with the US equity office to suspend the extortion charges against her…

Global climate strike: thousands join coordinated action across world

A huge number of individuals in 99 nations have partaken in an organized worldwide environment strike requesting pressing activity to handle the biological emergency. The strike on Friday, the main…

Australia could initially lease submarines from UK or US but nuclear weapons remain off limits

The present moment renting of atomic controlled submarines from the UK or the US is being considered by the Morrison government yet the Coalition demands atomic weapons will not be…

UK-France defence summit cancelled in Aukus row

A Franco-British safeguard priests’ culmination because of require this week has been dropped as Paris moves forward its fights over the departure of a £48bn submarine agreement with Australia and…

ICC prosecutor seeks investigation into Philippines ‘war on drugs’ killings

The worldwide criminal court’s central examiner has looked for authorisation to open an examination concerning violations against humankind during the Philippines’ destructive “battle on drugs”, in one of her final…

Vladimir Putin refuses to guarantee Navalny will survive prison

Vladimir Putin has would not give any assurance that the resistance chief Alexei Navalny will escape jail alive, saying his proceeded with detainment was not his choice and noticing the…

US-led meeting to set out framework for Taliban cooperation

The US is assembling an extended gathering of western countries to set a system for participation with the new Taliban government, in the midst of fears that confining the assailant…

Hong Kong: police arrest senior members of group that organised Tiananmen vigils

Hong Kong police have captured senior individuals from the gathering that coordinated the city’s yearly Tiananmen Square slaughter vigil, after it was blamed for unfamiliar conspiracy. The Hong Kong Alliance…

Man shot dead in New Zealand after ‘Islamic State-inspired terrorist attack’ in Auckland that injured five

An assault at a New Zealand grocery store today was “a psychological militant assault” by a “brutal radical” who had been under reconnaissance by police, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said…

More than 40 killed in US north-east amid sudden heavy rains and flooding

The loss of life from floods and twisters in the US north-east rose beyond 40 on Thursday, as specialists kept on processing the full effect of the remainders of Hurricane…

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