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    • Churches pay Prince Philip tribute
      The life of Prince Philip was celebrated at church services across Britain yesterday, with the Archbishop of Canterbury praying for those who found that the death of Queen Elizabeth’s husband had left
    • 3,000-year-old city unearthed in Egypt
      Archeologists on Saturday showed off their finds at what they say is the “largest” ancient city ever found in Egypt, dating to a golden age of the pharaohs 3,000 years ago.
    • Jordanian king, prince make joint appearance
      Jordan’s King Abdullah and former crown prince and half-brother Prince Hamza made their first joint appearance since a rift shook the country, attending a ceremony yesterday marking 100 years of indep
    • 7 killed in Indonesia earthquake
      At least seven people were killed after a 6.0 magnitude quake struck off the coast of Indonesia’s main Java island on Saturday, as the country reels from a cyclone disaster in another part of the arch
    • South Korean opposition wins 2 key mayoral posts
      South Korea’s conservative opposition party has won sweeping victories in mayoral by-elections in the country’s two biggest cities, a blow to President Moon Jae-in ahead of next year’s presidential vo
    • Turkey denies snubbing female top EU official
      Turkey yesterday strongly rejected accusations that it snubbed Ursula von der Leyen, one of the European Union’s most powerful executives, because of her gender, insisting that the EU’s own protocol requests
    • Sex harassment laws will now apply to Aussie MPs
      Australian politicians will no longer be exempt from rules against sexual harassment at work, the conservative government announced yesterday as it tries to quell public anger over parliamentary sex abuse
    • It’s ‘aviators,’ not ‘airmen’
      Australian air force personnel will now be known as aviators rather than airmen, the force said yesterday, in an apparent acknowledgement of the increasing diversity of its members.
    • Biden unveils aid for Palestinians
      The Biden administration announced on Wednesday it would provide US$235 million in US aid to the Palestinians, restarting funding for the United Nations agency supporting refugees and restoring other assistance
    • US reviews more separated migrant family cases
      The Biden administration said on Wednesday it is examining 5,600 previously unreviewed cases of migrant children to see whether they were separated from parents at the United States-Mexico border under
    • Japan looks to hike 2030 emissions cut target
      Japan is looking to raise its 2030 greenhouse gas emissions-reduction target to at least a 40 percent cut on fiscal 2013 levels from 26 percent now, Kyodo news agency said on Wednesday, citing sources
    • AstraZeneca jabs, clots link ‘plausible but unconfirmed’
      A LINK between AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 jabs and blood clots is plausible but unconfirmed, the World Health Organization’s vaccine experts said on Wednesday, stressing that reported occurrences were “very

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