Authorities in Britain have rejected claims by two Russians suspected of poisoning a double spy in March in the English town of Salisbury, repeating their previous statements that the pair were Moscow’s agents and had carried out the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
UK rejects poisoning suspects' claims, reiterates they were Russia agents
A group of Indian Catholic nuns are staging a rare street protest in the southern state of Kerala demanding justice after an alleged sexual assault of a nun by a bishop.
Indian nuns demand justice for sister allegedly assaulted by bishop
The fourth security meeting of member-states of 'One Belt, One Road' was held in the presence of Iran in Lianyungang, eastern China, on Wednesday and Thursday.
Iran takes part in 'One Belt, One Road' security meeting
China said on Thursday that it welcomed an invitation by the United States to hold a new round of trade talks, as Washington prepares to further escalate the US-China trade war with tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.
China welcomes US invitation for trade talks
Russia expects the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to ensure stable implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on the Iranian nuclear program, Russia's Permanent Representative to the Vienna-based international organizations Mikhail Ulyanov stated during the session of the IAEA board of governors.
Russia expects IAEA to ensure implementation of Iran nuclear deal
The driver, Yang Zanyun, 54, first ploughed through the people with his vehicle and later got out of it and went on a rampage attacking people with a knife. Yang was detained by police, who said he has a criminal record and has been jailed several times.
9 killed, 46 injured as man rams SUV into crowd in China, goes on stabbing spree
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is traveling to China to discuss economic agreements, as the crisis-struck OPEC nation seeks to convince its key Asian financier to disburse fresh loans.
Venezuela's Maduro travels to China in search of fresh funds
The United Nations has begun assessment of conditions in Myanmar's Rakhine state after it was finally given permission to operate there for the first time since violence escalated last year and forced more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee to neighboring Bangladesh.
Myanmar finally grants UN first access to Rakhine before Rohingya returns
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Millions of people are at risk from a strong typhoon set to smash into the northern Philippines this weekend which could bring floods, landslides and huge waves to the disaster-prone nation, rescue workers said Wednesday.
10 million Filipinos at risk of Typhoon Mangkhut

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