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Brexit 'last thing the economy needs': UK PM
World2016-05-15 09:27June 24 2017 22:00:28

Brexit 'last thing the economy needs': UK PM

British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned local voters that leaving the European Union was the "last thing the economy needs" and would be a vote for recession, Sky News reported on Saturday.

Brazil to remove 4,000 top aides from gov't payroll
World2016-05-14 19:23June 24 2017 22:00:28

Brazil to remove 4,000 top aides from gov't payroll

Brazil's newly-installed interim government said Friday it plans to lay off 4,000 high-level public-sector aides as part of an effort to cut spending and lower the budget deficit.

China on Friday reaffirmed that Hong Kong affairs are its internal affairs and no other country may interfere.
World2016-05-14 09:30June 24 2017 22:00:28

China on Friday reaffirmed that Hong Kong affairs are its internal affairs and no other country may interfere.

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has called the development of NATO's US -led missile defence programme a threat to global security.

7th annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event held in Canada
World2016-05-13 19:46June 24 2017 22:00:28

7th annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event held in Canada

Participants are seen wearing high-heel shoes walk in the street during the 7th annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event in Toronto, Canada.

Trump, Ryan pledge to work together
World2016-05-13 09:19June 24 2017 22:00:28

Trump, Ryan pledge to work together

Republican presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Thursday the two were "totally committed" to cooperation.

Supporters of Brazil's Rousseff clash with police as her removal looms
World2016-05-12 20:10June 24 2017 22:00:28

Supporters of Brazil's Rousseff clash with police as her removal looms

Supporters of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff clashed with police ahead of a vote to put her on trial for breaking budget laws, that would mark the end of 13 years of leftist rule in Latin America's biggest country.

Putin prevails in Sochi all-star ice hockey game
World2016-05-12 09:20June 24 2017 22:00:28

Putin prevails in Sochi all-star ice hockey game

Russian President Vladimir Putin showed off his stick skills with a goal and two assists in an amateur ice hockey game at a 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics venue on Tuesday.

Brazil Senate set to vote on Rousseff impeachment
World2016-05-11 19:32June 24 2017 22:00:28

Brazil Senate set to vote on Rousseff impeachment

Brazil's Senate will vote on Wednesday on whether to put President Dilma Rousseff on trial for breaking budget rules.

Brazil's Attorney General appeals to Supreme Court to annul Rousseff's impeachment
World2016-05-11 08:56June 24 2017 22:00:28

Brazil's Attorney General appeals to Supreme Court to annul Rousseff's impeachment

Brazil's Attorney General's Office appealed on Tuesday to the Federal Supreme Court in a bid to annul the impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff.

Duterte’s favorite for Philippines president
World2016-05-10 20:45June 24 2017 22:00:28

Duterte’s favorite for Philippines president

FIREBRAND city mayor Rodrigo Duterte looked virtually certain to become the Philippines’ next president as election results poured in yesterday.

North Korea names Kim chairman of ruling party
World2016-05-10 09:02June 24 2017 22:00:28

North Korea names Kim chairman of ruling party

NORTH Korea’s ruling-party congress announced a new title for Kim Jong Un — party chairman — in a move that highlights how the country’s first congress in 36 years is aimed at bolstering the young leader and ushering in a new era of leadership.

Greek parliament ratifies key tax, pension system reform
World2016-05-09 20:32June 24 2017 22:00:28

Greek parliament ratifies key tax, pension system reform

Greek parliament approved on early Monday a contentious law overhauling the social security and tax system, just hours ahead of an extraordinary Eurogroup meeting in Brussels set to clear the way for the release of further bailout loans to Athens and start talk on debt relief.

Massive wildfire in Canada forces 100,000 residents to evacuate
World2016-05-08 18:30June 24 2017 22:00:28

Massive wildfire in Canada forces 100,000 residents to evacuate

The massive wildfire in Alberta Province has covered more than 2,000 square kilometers by Saturday and forced almost 100,000 residents to evacuate.

Thousands Airlifted Out of Canadian Fire Zone
World2016-05-08 10:38June 24 2017 22:00:28

Thousands Airlifted Out of Canadian Fire Zone

Thousands of people are being airlifted out of the danger zone, as an uncontrolled wildfire continues to spread in the western Canadian province of Alberta.

LA museum recreates China's caves
World2016-05-07 20:33June 24 2017 22:00:28

LA museum recreates China's caves

China's Cave Temples of Dunhuang are coming to Los Angeles, both in spirit and reality.

UK Labour Party Politician Sadiq Khan Elected First Muslim Mayor of London
World2016-05-07 09:44June 24 2017 22:00:28

UK Labour Party Politician Sadiq Khan Elected First Muslim Mayor of London

Britain's Labour Party politician Sadiq Khan has been elected the new mayor of London, becoming the first Muslim mayor of the British capital, according to official polling results announced on early Saturday.

North Korean Ruling Party Opens 7th Congress
World2016-05-06 20:11June 24 2017 22:00:28

North Korean Ruling Party Opens 7th Congress

The Workers' Party of Korea (WPK), the ruling party of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), opened its 7th Congress on Friday.

Canadian wildfire forces more to evacuate
World2016-05-06 09:02June 24 2017 22:00:28

Canadian wildfire forces more to evacuate

A WILDFIRE raging in the Canadian province of Alberta has moved south, forcing three more communities to evacuate and an emergency operations center to move again — taking it far from the devastated oil sands city of Fort McMurray.

Impeachment trial against Rousseff recommended to senate
World2016-05-05 21:11June 24 2017 22:00:28

Impeachment trial against Rousseff recommended to senate

A senator recommended that President Dilma Rousseff be put on trial for possible impeachment once "all the legal requisites" are met.

UN urges Syrian parties to abide by truce arrangement in Aleppo
World2016-05-05 09:29June 24 2017 22:00:28

UN urges Syrian parties to abide by truce arrangement in Aleppo

The United Nations on Wednesday urged Syrian parties to abide by cessation of hostilities in Aleppo, a major city in northern Syria which has witnessed an escalation of violent fighting.

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