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German library to return books looted by Nazis

German library to return books looted by Nazis

After 77 years, 22 books stolen by the Nazis are to be returned to the library of the HohenEichen House, a Jesuit centre in the eastern German city of Dresden.

Floods kill 12 people in western Uganda

Floods kill 12 people in western Uganda

Twelve people have been swept to their deaths by floods in western Uganda, the Red Cross said on Saturday, as the East African country is battered by torrential rain.

United States and Iran swap prisoners in rare act of cooperation

United States and Iran swap prisoners in rare act of cooperation

The United States and Iran each freed a prisoner on Saturday in a rare swap, an act of cooperation between two longtime foes whose ties have worsened since President Donald Trump took office.

Musk's defamation win may reset legal landscape for social media

Musk's defamation win may reset legal landscape for social media

Elon Musk's daring has left its mark on electric cars and rockets, and now experts say the entrepreneur may have reshaped US defamation law

Tesla boss Elon Musk wins defamation trial over his 'pedo guy' tweet

Tesla boss Elon Musk wins defamation trial over his 'pedo guy' tweet

Tesla Inc boss Elon Musk emerged victorious on Friday from a closely watched defamation trial as a federal court jury swiftly rejected the $190 million claim brought against him

More French protests see roads blocked, trains disrupted and scuffles in Paris

More French protests see roads blocked, trains disrupted and scuffles in Paris

Truckers blocked roads in about 10 regions around France on Saturday to protest against a planned reduction in tax breaks on diesel for road transport, while train and metro services remained heavily disrupted by a strike

Trump continues to hope for dialogue with North Korea

Trump continues to hope for dialogue with North Korea

Given the lack of progress in talks on North Korea's nuclear weapons programme, US President Donald Trump has consulted with South Korean President Moon Jae In.

UK minister says concerned about election interference after leak of documents linked to Russia

UK minister says concerned about election interference after leak of documents linked to Russia

The leak of classified UK-US trade documents online, tied to a previous Russian disinformation campaign, has all the hallmarks of an attempt to interfere in Britain's upcoming election ...

Marine life under threat from plummeting oxygen levels

Marine life under threat from plummeting oxygen levels

The loss of oxygen from the ocean due to climate change risks ‘dire effects’ on sea life, fisheries and coastal communities, a global conservation body said Saturday.

Turkmenistan Airlines flies to EU again after ban

Turkmenistan Airlines flies to EU again after ban

National carrier Turkmenistan Airlines resumed flights to the European Union on Saturday after a 10-month hiatus triggered by an EU ban.

Indian police investigated over killings of rape suspects

Indian police investigated over killings of rape suspects

A top Indian rights group launched an investigation Saturday into a police shooting of four rape-murder suspects, after accusations they were gunned down to assuage public anger.

New EU chief in Ethiopia for first trip outside bloc

New EU chief in Ethiopia for first trip outside bloc

European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen arrived in Ethiopia on Saturday, her first trip outside Europe since assuming her post ...

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