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Mortar bombs strike Somalia's Mogadishu airport, six injured

Mortar bombs strike Somalia's Mogadishu airport, six injured

At least three mortar bombs were fired on Sunday at Mogadishu’s international airport, injuring at least six people in the compound where several embassies are located, a diplomatic source said.

Five officers killed by armed group in Niger

Five officers killed by armed group in Niger

At least five officers were killed in a weekend attack by an armed group in Niger's western Tillaberi region, a local politician said on Sunday.

Significant work to do, but Brexit deal still possible - UK PM Johnson

Significant work to do, but Brexit deal still possible - UK PM Johnson

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told his cabinet on Sunday a last-minute Brexit deal was still possible but there was significant work to be done to reach one

Talks on austerity emerge from unrest in Ecuador as capital on lockdown

Talks on austerity emerge from unrest in Ecuador as capital on lockdown

An indigenous group in Ecuador behind mass protests against cuts to fuel subsidies agreed to hold talks with President Lenin Moreno, who ordered a curfew in the capital on Saturday after the latest wave of violence ...

Brexit hangs in the balance as talks between EU and Britain intensify

Brexit hangs in the balance as talks between EU and Britain intensify

Brexit talks with the European Union aimed at striking a last-minute divorce deal are getting serious, Britain said on Sunday, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepared to update his cabinet on the state of negotiations.

Hong Kong police make arrests as small flashmob protests erupt

Hong Kong police make arrests as small flashmob protests erupt

Hong Kong riot police spent much of Sunday afternoon skirmishing with small groups of masked pro-democracy protesters who held flashmob gatherings in multiple locations ...

Australia to invest $680 mn in dams for drought-stricken region

Australia to invest $680 mn in dams for drought-stricken region

Australia will invest A$1 billion ($678.70 million) to revamp water infrastructure in rural and regional communities in the drought-stricken New South Wales.

Firefighters make gains against Los Angeles wildfire, evacuation orders lifted

Firefighters make gains against Los Angeles wildfire, evacuation orders lifted

More than 1,000 firefighters battled a deadly and fast-moving wildfire on the northern edge of Los Angeles on Saturday, reinforcing containment lines that allowed thousands of residents under evacuation orders ...

At least 26 dead as Typhoon Hagibis slams Japan

At least 26 dead as Typhoon Hagibis slams Japan

Tens of thousands of rescuers were working through Sunday night to reach people feared trapped in Japan by landslides and floods caused by a powerful typhoon

Over 50,000 dengue cases now: report

Over 50,000 dengue cases now: report

The number of dengue patients across Pakistan crossed 50,000 yesterday as health officials struggled to cope with the deadly epidemic on a mass scale.

Hundreds detained in climate protests

Hundreds detained in climate protests

Dutch police arrested 130 climate change protesters who blocked a main bridge in central Amsterdam yesterday as Extinction Rebellion activists disrupted traffic in front of the French parliament in Paris.

Acting US homeland security chief quits

Acting US homeland security chief quits

US President Donald Trump announced late on Friday that acting US homeland security chief Kevin McAleenan has resigned, becoming the latest in a long list of top officials to leave the administration.

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