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SA carrier opens talks with striking unions

SA carrier opens talks with striking unions

South African Airways yesterday started mediated talks with unions, one day after its workers launched an open-ended strike that forced the embattled airline to ground hundreds of flights.

WH budget official testifies in Trump impeachment probe

WH budget official testifies in Trump impeachment probe

A White House budget official yesterday walked into a closed session of the US House of Representatives impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, where he testified about the holdup of military aid to Ukraine.

Chinese soldiers help clean up HK streets

Chinese soldiers help clean up HK streets

Soldiers from the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) briefly left their Hong Kong barracks yesterday to help the clean-up after a week of disruption caused by pro-democracy protests, a rare and highly symbolic troop movement unsolicited by the city’s embattled government.

Clashes on anniversary of ‘yellow vest’ agitation

Clashes on anniversary of ‘yellow vest’ agitation

French police fired tear gas and water cannon against stone-throwing “yellow vest” protesters in Paris yesterday, on the first anniversary of the movement challenging President Emmanuel Macron’s policies.

Czechs rally against PM, president

Czechs rally against PM, president

Around a quarter of a million Czechs rallied against the prime minister and president yesterday over concerns that the pair are chipping away at democracy in the deeply divided nation celebrating the 30th anniversary of the “Velvet Revolution”.

Court clears Sharif to go abroad, no bond needed

Court clears Sharif to go abroad, no bond needed

Ailing former prime minister Nawaz Sharif is allowed to seek medical treatment abroad and does not need to adhere to conditions set for him to leave the country, judges ruled yesterday.

Suspected gunman in California high school shooting succumbs to self-inflicted gunshot

Suspected gunman in California high school shooting succumbs to self-inflicted gunshot

A teenage boy who killed two classmates and wounded three others at a southern California high school on his birthday before shooting himself in the head died on Friday of his wounds in hospital, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s office said.

WH budget official testifies in Trump impeachment probe

WH budget official testifies in Trump impeachment probe

A White House budget official yesterday walked into a closed session of the US House of Representatives impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, where he testified about the holdup of military aid to Ukraine.

SA carrier opens talks with striking unions

SA carrier opens talks with striking unions

South African Airways yesterday started mediated talks with unions, one day after its workers launched an open-ended strike that forced the embattled airline to ground hundreds of flights.

Asylum-seekers detained on trespassing charges in S Africa

Asylum-seekers detained on trespassing charges in S Africa

South African police yesterday detained more than 180 foreign nationals for storming the UN refugee agency in Pretoria, where they had been staging a sit-in protest.

Opposition rallies to revive stalled effort to oust Maduro

Opposition rallies to revive stalled effort to oust Maduro

The Venezuelan opposition yesterday held nationwide protests in the hope of reviving a stalled movement to oust President Nicolas Maduro, who has held on to power despite an economic crisis and aggressive US sanctions.

Bolivia’s Anez threatens Morales with charges

Bolivia’s Anez threatens Morales with charges

Bolivia’s interim leader Jeanine Anez said on Friday that exiled ex-president Evo Morales would have to “answer to justice” if he returns, as five of his supporters were killed in fierce clashes with security forces.

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