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Philippines and US kick off naval exercises amid China tension

Philippines and US kick off naval exercises amid China tension

MANILA: The armed forces of the United States and the Philippines launched two weeks of joint naval exercises on Monday, reinforcing a close military alliance at a time of regional uncertainty over tensions between Washington and Beijing.

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Indonesia orders stadium disaster 'perpetrators' punished

Indonesia orders stadium disaster 'perpetrators' punished

Indonesia's government called on police Monday to identify and punish those responsible for a stadium stampede that left 125 people dead, as anger mounted over one of the deadliest disasters in the history of football.

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UK's new govt makes major tax U-turn after uproar

BIRMINGHAM (UNITED KINGDOM) - Britain's beleaguered finance minister on Monday announced a dramatic U-turn on a tax cut announced as part of an economic package that has bombed with the markets, electorate and his party.

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UK's new govt makes major tax U-turn after uproar
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Phil Collins, Genesis Bandmates Sell Music Rights for Over $300 Million

Take a look at Phil Collins now. The English rocker and his Genesis bandmates have agreed to sell a bundle of their music rights to Concord Music Group Inc., according to the company.

1 Oct 2022 5

Singapore-style hawker centre comes to America

NEW YORK: A Singapore-style hawker centre has opened in New York for the first time, bringing flavours from the Southeast Asian island's mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and other cultures to an American food court.

30 Sep 2022 1

Coolio dies

Coolio, the American rapper best known for the chart-topping 1995 song "Gangsta's Paradise," has died.

29 Sep 2022 9
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India scrambles fighter jets after report of bomb scare on flight from Iran

NEW DELHI: India's air force (IAF) said on Monday it had scrambled fighter jets after receiving information of a bomb scare on an airline bearing Iranian registration transiting through Indian airspace.

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India scrambles fighter jets after report of bomb scare on flight from Iran
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Philippines and US kick off naval exercises amid China tension

MANILA: The armed forces of the United States and the Philippines launched two weeks of joint naval exercises on Monday, reinforcing a close military alliance at a time of regional uncertainty over tensions between Washington and Beijing.

16:16 1
Philippines and US kick off naval exercises amid China tension
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Indonesia orders stadium disaster 'perpetrators' punished

Indonesia's government called on police Monday to identify and punish those responsible for a stadium stampede that left 125 people dead, as anger mounted over one of the deadliest disasters in the history of football.

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Indonesia orders stadium disaster 'perpetrators' punished
14:45

UK's new govt makes major tax U-turn after uproar

BIRMINGHAM (UNITED KINGDOM) - Britain's beleaguered finance minister on Monday announced a dramatic U-turn on a tax cut announced as part of an economic package that has bombed with the markets, electorate and his party.

14:45
UK's new govt makes major tax U-turn after uproar
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Inconclusive vote: Brazil wakes up to 4 more weeks of uncertainty

RIO DE JANEIRO - After an inconclusive first round of presidential elections, Brazilians woke up Monday to another month of uncertainty in a deeply polarized political environment and with renewed fears of unrest.

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Inconclusive vote: Brazil wakes up to 4 more weeks of uncertainty
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In Ukraine's south, bicycles wait for their owners' return

ZELENODOLSK, Ukraine: Hundreds of abandoned bicycles in a small town near Ukraine's southern front line tell the many stories of their owners, who were forced to flee Russia's invasion.

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In Ukraine's south, bicycles wait for their owners' return
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Medicine Prize opens Nobel week clouded by war

STOCKHOLM - Breast cancer discoveries and mRNA vaccines are seen as possible winners when the Nobel Medicine Prize kicks off a week of winner announcements on Monday, with this year's awards held under the shadow of war in Europe.

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Medicine Prize opens Nobel week clouded by war
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Anger grows against Indonesia police over football stadium tragedy

MALANG, Indonesia: Anger against police mounted in Indonesia on Monday after at least 125 people were killed in one of the deadliest disasters in the history of football, when officers fired tear gas in a packed stadium, triggering a stampede.

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Anger grows against Indonesia police over football stadium tragedy
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Stay or go? Hard choice for Florida islanders devasted by Ian

MATLACHA (ESTADOS UNIDOS) - Karen Pagliaro walks down Matlacha's main street, dodging downed trees, debris and abandoned vehicles, unsure where to go in the small island town cut off after Hurricane Ian damaged bridges linking it to mainland Florida.

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Stay or go? Hard choice for Florida islanders devasted by Ian
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At least 92 killed in Iran's Mahsa Amini protests: rights group

PARIS: At least 92 people have been killed as Iran has cracked down on women-led protests sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini after her arrest by the notorious morality police, the group Iran Human Rights said Sunday.

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At least 92 killed in Iran's Mahsa Amini protests: rights group
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Phil Collins, Genesis Bandmates Sell Music Rights for Over $300 Million

Take a look at Phil Collins now. The English rocker and his Genesis bandmates have agreed to sell a bundle of their music rights to Concord Music Group Inc., according to the company.

1 Oct 2022 5

Singapore-style hawker centre comes to America

NEW YORK: A Singapore-style hawker centre has opened in New York for the first time, bringing flavours from the Southeast Asian island's mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and other cultures to an American food court.

30 Sep 2022 1

Coolio dies

Coolio, the American rapper best known for the chart-topping 1995 song "Gangsta's Paradise," has died.

29 Sep 2022 9