Monday, September 21, 2015



 A severe snowstorm bringing strong winds blanketed Ukraine on Monday, leaving more than 2,000 settlements across 16 regions without

Death toll from Kenya floods almost doubles to 120

The death toll from floods that have devastated many

12 more Gaza hostages freed as mediators seek lasting truce

A truce between Israel and Hamas enters its sixth

Israel prison authority says 33 Palestinian prisoners released under deal

Israel's prison authority said early Tuesday that 33 Palestinian

Eleven dead in accident at platinum mine in South Africa

Eleven miners died and another 75 were injured in

A dozen dead in storm across Russia, Ukraine and Moldova

Hurricane force winds, snowfall and flooding that swept parts

Zelensky praises Ukrainians for battles with Russia

 President Volodymyr Zelensky on Nov 26 thanked Ukraine's military for fighting Russian attacks and its rescue services for tackling

Elon Musk to meet Israeli president

 Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk, accused by civil rights groups of amplifying anti-Jewish hatred on his X social media platform,

3 dead, 2 critically hurt in central Canada shooting

Three people were killed and two critically injured after

Israel-Hamas truce enters final day with talk of extension

The truce between Israel and Hamas entered its final

China, US exchange accusations over US vessel in South China Sea

 China and the United States exchanged accusations at the weekend over the disputed South China Sea, after China’s military

India bid to free 41 trapped workers enters third week

 India’s military brought in specialised equipment on Nov 26 as efforts to free 41 trapped workers entered a third

Malaysia’s PM pledges to fight religious extremism, poverty

Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim pledged to fight religious extremism and poverty at the annual congress of his party

61 trucks deliver aid in northern Gaza: UN

The United Nations on Saturday said 61 trucks carrying

Five wounded in Kyiv by largest ever drone attack on Ukraine

 Ukraine's capital suffered what officials said was Russia's largest drone attack of the war on Saturday, leaving five people

Indonesian police, fishers start patrols to stop Rohingya boats

 Indonesian police and fishermen said on Nov 25 they have begun patrolling parts of the country’s westernmost province to

Climate change activists in Australia disrupt shipping at coal port

 A climate change protest off Australia's east coast disrupted operations at the country's biggest coal export port on Saturday,

His main rival abandoning Ukraine due to Trump influence: Trudeau

Canada's Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday said his main political rival on the right was abandoning Ukraine

Russian Governor Sergeevich meets Bangladesh Ambassador Kamrul Ahsan

 Bangladesh Ambassador to Russia Kamrul Ahsan held a meeting with Governor Voskresensky Stanislav Sergeevich during his 19-21 November visit

Joy and defiance as Israel frees Palestinian prisoners

Firecrackers lit up the night sky Friday as raucous

Ten Thai hostages released by Hamas

Ten Thai hostages kidnapped during Hamas's October 7 raids

Drilling snag delays rescue of 41 men in Indian tunnel

 Hopes for the imminent rescue of 41 men trapped in a highway tunnel in the Indian Himalayas for nearly

Violence erupts in Dublin after school knife attack

 Protesters on Thursday fought running battles with police, torched vehicles and looted shops in Dublin, after three young children

Israel-Hamas truce begins, hostages to be released

A four-day truce in the Israel-Hamas war began on

Hamas government says Gaza war death toll nears 15,000

Gaza's Hamas government said Thursday the death toll in

Russia says downed 16 Ukrainian drones in south, Crimea

Russia said Friday it had destroyed 16 Ukrainian drones

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