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No-deal Brexit like 'burning your house down': UK Lib Dem leader

No-deal Brexit like 'burning your house down': UK Lib Dem leader

Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson warned in her party conference speech on Tuesday that a no-deal Brexit would be like ‘burning your house down’ as she pledged to cancel Britain's departure from the EU altogether.

Beijing unveils chubby panda, lantern as 2022 Winter Olympics mascots

Beijing unveils chubby panda, lantern as 2022 Winter Olympics mascots

An ice panda and a Chinese lantern are the mascots of the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games and Paralympic Winter Games, as unveiled in a ceremony in Beijing on Tuesday.

Millions of patient medical records freely accessible online

Millions of patient medical records freely accessible online

Millions of records belonging to patients worldwide, including X-Rays, mammograms and MRI scans, were long freely accessible online without basic security measures, German authorities said Tuesday ...

Taliban attacks kill 48, Afghan leader unhurt as bomber targets rally

Taliban attacks kill 48, Afghan leader unhurt as bomber targets rally

Taliban suicide bombers killed 48 people in two separate attacks in Afghanistan on Tuesday, the deadliest taking place near an election rally by President Ashraf Ghani, though he was unhurt.

Philippine govt attacks drug war film as 'propaganda'

Philippine govt attacks drug war film as 'propaganda'

A new documentary that takes a fiercely critical look at the Philippine government's deadly drug crackdown has come under attack, with President Rodrigo Duterte's spokesman Tuesday slamming it as ‘propaganda’...

Trump says US will help allies after Saudi oil attacks

Trump says US will help allies after Saudi oil attacks

President Donald Trump on Monday promised to supply oil to US allies, after attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure that Washington has blamed on Iran.

Restore normal life to Kashmir, govt ordered

Restore normal life to Kashmir, govt ordered

The Supreme Court yesterday said the government should restore normal life in Kashmir as soon as possible, as a partial shutdown of the region entered its 42nd day. The Modi-government stripped Kashmir of autonomy and statehood on August 5

UK’s ability to hold snap polls ‘is at risk’

UK’s ability to hold snap polls ‘is at risk’

British election officials have called on the government to carry out a risk assessment of the country’s ability to hold a snap general election.

PM upbeat on Brexit deal despite Bettel criticism

PM upbeat on Brexit deal despite Bettel criticism

Boris Johnson yesterday said that a Brexit deal was beginning to emerge, but the EU said he offered nothing to break the impasse during a visit to Luxembourg where he was harangued loudly by protesters and rebuked for trying to shift the blame.

HS2 told to halt ancient woodland clearance

HS2 told to halt ancient woodland clearance

Clearances of ancient woodlands for HS2 must be paused until an independent review of the £88bn high-speed line is delivered, the government has said. However, clearances deemed absolutely necessary to avoid major costs and impacts on the construction schedule can still go ahead

New rules to block release of heinous crime convicts

New rules to block release of heinous crime convicts

Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra and Interior and Local Government Secretary Eduardo Ano yesterday signed amendments to the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of Republic Act (RA) 10592 or the “Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) Law.”

Pakistan refuses backdoor talks over Kashmir

Pakistan refuses backdoor talks over Kashmir

Pakistan has refused to engage in backdoor diplomacy with India after some powerful countries, as well as certain Muslim nations, sought de-escalation in the brewing tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbours over Kashmir.

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