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Egypt former president Morsi dies after collapsing in court
Egypt's first democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi, an Islamist who was ousted after one year of divisive rule, died after collapsing in court on Monday, the attorney general said. He was 67.
Kremlin says report on US cyber attack on Russia’s power grid worrying
The Kremlin has described as quite worrying a New York Times report alleging that the United States has escalated its cyber attacks against Russia through incorporating malicious software into Russian power systems.
Sudan protesters urge new night-time rallies over 'massacre'
Sudan's protest movement has called for night-time rallies in the capital Khartoum, to condemn the "massacre" of demonstrators at a sit-in early this month.
Brain fever kills 97 children in India's Bihar state
At least 100 children have died this month in the eastern Indian state of Bihar from an illness that impairs the functioning of the brain.
Trump ‘perfectly happy’ to slap more tariffs on China: US commerce chief
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says President Donald Trump is ready to impose tariffs on the remaining $300 billion in Chinese goods in the absence of a trade deal.
Egypt's former President Mohamed Morsi dies in court
Egypt's former President Mohamed Morsi has passed away during a trial court session in the capital Cairo, state television says.
Russia says dialogue only way to achieve peace on Korean Peninsula
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says dialogue is the "only possible way" to achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula and that Russia will work to promote the negotiation process to resolve the crisis in the region.
Car bomb explosion rocks northeastern Syrian city of Qamishli; casualties reported
Several people have lost their lives or sustained injuries when a powerful explosion ripped through a residential area in Syria’s Kurdish-populated northeastern city of Qamishli on the border with Turkey.
Triple attack kills 30 in northeast Nigeria: Officials
Militants have launched a triple bombing attack in northeast Nigeria killing a multitude of people in Borno State.
Johnson gets boost in race for UK PM's job as former rival backs him
Boris Johnson got a boost in his bid to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday when one of his former rivals backed him and said he was almost certain to win the contest.
Trump’s racist attack on London mayor causes political backlash in UK
Senior British ministers have criticized US President Donald Trump for his racist attack on London Mayor Sadiq khan, urging him to stop interfering in the UK’s internal politics.
Bin Salman urges no exploitation of Khashoggi murder in veiled attack on Turkey
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has urged no exploitation of the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, which tarnished his international reputation, for political gains, in an apparent veiled attack on Turkey, which presses Riyadh to disclose the body’s whereabouts.
Settlers set fire to Palestinian village, Israeli firefighters take no action: Report
Video footage shows clouds of smoke rising from a fire that broke out in olive groves and fields belonging to Palestinians in the occupied West Bank after settlers attacked a school in the region.
'It was not Iraq. It were other people', says Trump
US President Donald Trump says he knows who was behind the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks that left thousands of Americans dead.
Australian animation on Persian folklore wins at Sydney Film Festival
The short animation ‘Sohrab and Rustum’, by Australian director Lee Whitmore about mythical warriors in ancient Persia, won the Yoram Gross Animation Award of 2019 Sydney Film Festival.

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