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Zelensky says only 'diplomacy' can end Ukraine war

Zelensky says only 'diplomacy' can end Ukraine war

The Ukraine war can only be resolved through "diplomacy", Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Saturday amid a deadlock in negotiations between Kyiv and Moscow.

Biden says first shipments of baby formula flying in from Europe this weekend

Biden says first shipments of baby formula flying in from Europe this weekend

The first shipments of infant formula from Europe to address a critical shortage in the United States should begin arriving this weekend, President Joe Biden said on Friday amid criticism of his administration's handling of the issue.

US, South Korea express 'concern' on North Korea Covid, offer assistance: statement

US, South Korea express 'concern' on North Korea Covid, offer assistance: statement

The United States and South Korea expressed concern Saturday over North Korea's spiralling Covid-19 outbreak and made a fresh offer of aid, they said in a statement as US President Joe Biden visited Seoul.

'Armed men kidnap' 3 Italians and a Togolese in Mali

'Armed men kidnap' 3 Italians and a Togolese in Mali

Armed men have kidnapped an Italian couple and their child as well as a Togolese national in southeastern Mali, a local official and a Malian security source told AFP Friday.

Thousands of Covid-negative Beijing residents sent to quarantine

Thousands of Covid-negative Beijing residents sent to quarantine

Thousands of Covid-negative Beijing residents were forcibly relocated to quarantine hotels overnight due to a handful of infections, as the capital begins to take more extreme control measures resembling virus-hit Shanghai.

Russia halts gas supplies to Finland

Russia halts gas supplies to Finland

Russia on Saturday stopped providing natural gas to neighbouring Finland, which has angered Moscow by applying for NATO membership, after the Nordic country refused to pay supplier Gazprom in rubles.

India’s top court grants Indrani Mukerjea bail

India’s top court grants Indrani Mukerjea bail

Former media executive Indrani Mukerjea walked out of a Mumbai jail on bail yesterday, nearly seven years after being arrested for allegedly murdering her daughter.

UN rights chief set to begin landmark visit to China

UN rights chief set to begin landmark visit to China

The UN rights chief will travel to China’s Xinjiang region next week for a visit under intense international scrutiny after demands for her to call out abuses against its Uyghur minority.

Cost of living in focus as Australia's election race hits final stretch

Cost of living in focus as Australia's election race hits final stretch

Prime Minister Scott Morrison crisscrossed Australia in a final day of campaigning, insisting he could still win Saturday's election despite polls pointing to a change of government or hung parliament.

Biden arrives in South Korea for talks with President Yoon

Biden arrives in South Korea for talks with President Yoon

US President Joe Biden arrived in South Korea on Friday, the first leg of his first trip to Asia as President.

Former Indian cricketer gets jail in road rage case

Former Indian cricketer gets jail in road rage case

India’s top court yesterday ordered a one-year jail term for cricketer-turned-lawmaker Navjot Singh Sidhu for a road-rage assault case that killed a man over 30 years ago.

Lanka fuel shortage set to ease

Lanka fuel shortage set to ease

Sri Lanka’s central bank has secured foreign exchange to pay for fuel and cooking gas shipments that will ease crippling shortages, its governor said yesterday, but police fired tear gas and water canon to push back student protesters.

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