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  • Collapse of Colombian bridge kills workers

    15 January 2018 10:13 PM 7

    Bogota: At least nine construction workers have been killed and five injured after a partially-constructed bridge collapsed in central Colombia, an official from the disaster response agency said. The bridge, located in Chirajara on the border of Cundinamarca and Meta provinces, was to be part of the highway that connects the capital Bogota and the city of Villavicencio

  • Palestine's Abbas condemns Trump peace move as 'slap of the century'

    15 January 2018 5:51 AM 12

    Ramallah: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said on Sunday he would only accept a broad, internationally-backed panel to broker any peace talks with Israel, but did not rule out a US role in such a panel. The Palestinians are seething at US President Donald Trump's recognition last month of Jerusalem as Israel's capital and Abbas told a meeting of senior

  • Mexican journalist killed amid wave of violence against media

    14 January 2018 2:05 AM 9

    Mexico City: A journalist was killed on Saturday in the northern Mexican state of Tamaulipas, adding to a wave of violence in one of the world's most dangerous countries for media workers. Dominguez was an independent journalist who wrote a political column. In one of his last publications, he lamented the growing political violence that has struck Mexico

  • North Korea praises controversial book, says it 'foretells end of Trump'

    12 January 2018 8:30 PM 12

    Seoul: North Korea has praised American author Michael Wolff's controversial book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, taking pleasure from it's jaw-dropping account of chaos and dysfunction under President Donald Trump. The North's main newspaper, Rodong Sinmun, says the book's sales reflect what it calls "rapidly surging anti-Trump sentiments

  • Malaysia approves new search for MH370

    11 January 2018 10:26 PM 14

    Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia's government says it has approved a new attempt by a private company to find the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, nearly four years after its disappearance sparked one of aviation's biggest mysteries. The Houston, Texas-based company Ocean Infinity dispatched a search vessel this past week to look in the southern Indian

  • Giant extinct burrowing bat discovered in New Zealand's South Island

    11 January 2018 12:46 AM 12

    The fossilised remains of a giant burrowing bat that lived in New Zealand millions of years ago has been found in Central Otago. A team of international scientists, led by the University of New South Wales (UNSW), made the discovery in ancient sediments near the town of St Bathans on New Zealand's South Island. Burrowing bats were about three times the size of an average

  • 'Cultural invasion': Iran bans English in primary schools

    8 January 2018 8:27 AM 20

    Dubai: Iran has banned the teaching of English in primary schools, a senior education official said, after Islamic leaders warned that early learning of the language opened the way to a Western "cultural invasion". "Teaching English in government and non-government primary schools in the official curriculum is against laws and regulations," Mehdi Navid-Adham

  • Republicans defend Donald Trump's mental stability as Stephen Bannon issues apology

    7 January 2018 9:44 PM 18

    Washington: Republicans and Trump allies rushed to defend US President Donald Trump's mental stability on Sunday, as former White House aide Stephen Bannon issued an apology for his role in the furore that's followed the release of a controversial new book. Bannon provided a statement to the political website Axios expressing "regret" for comments attributed

  • Mark Philippoussis's father Nick suffers massive stroke in US jail

    7 January 2018 7:40 PM 20

    Australian tennis coach Nick Philippoussis has suffered a massive stroke in a US jail and will likely never face trial on charges he sexually assaulted two young girls he trained in California. A San Diego judge was told on Thursday 68-year-old Philippoussis, the father of former world top 10 Australian player Mark Philippoussis, is catatonic after the stroke

  • 'If astronauts have a hero, that hero is John Young': plaudits flow for NASA's longest-serving astronaut

    7 January 2018 2:17 AM 16

    John Young, NASA's longest-serving astronaut, who flew in space six times, walked on the moon, commanded the first space shuttle and became the conscience of the astronaut corps, advocating for safety reforms in the wake of the 1986 Challenger disaster, has died at his home in Houston. He was 87. NASA announced his death, citing complications from pneumonia