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HK protesters remain at government HQ as deadline looms
HK protesters remain at government HQ as deadline looms

Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters remained stubbornly encamped outside the city's government headquarters in the early hours of Monday.

HK protesters remain at government HQ as deadline looms
Huge Hong Kong rally as protesters reopen door for talks
Huge Hong Kong rally as protesters reopen door for talks

Thousands of pro-democracy protesters held a peace rally in central Hong Kong in defiance of recent attacks against their ranks.

Huge Hong Kong rally as protesters reopen door for talks
Police arrest triad gang members in Hong Kong clashes
Police arrest triad gang members in Hong Kong clashes

Hong Kong police have arrested several people with suspected links to the city's notorious "triad" criminal gangs.

Police arrest triad gang members in Hong Kong clashes
Hong Kong student protesters agree to government talks
Hong Kong student protesters agree to government talks

Student leaders whose pro-democracy protests have gripped Hong Kong agreed to meet the government to discuss their demands.

Hong Kong student protesters agree to government talks
L'Oreal suspends all business travel to Hong Kong: company
L'Oreal suspends all business travel to Hong Kong: company

The world's top cosmetics group L'Oreal said it was suspending all business travel to Hong Kong due to street demonstrations.

L'Oreal suspends all business travel to Hong Kong: company
Leery Ukraine, pro-Russia rebels eye troop pullback
Leery Ukraine, pro-Russia rebels eye troop pullback

Ukraine waited to see if a Russian-backed truce lasted through the day before starting to withdraw forces from a frontline.

Leery Ukraine, pro-Russia rebels eye troop pullback
US-led strikes hit IS oil targets as Britain joins coalition
US-led strikes hit IS oil targets as Britain joins coalition

US aircraft were flying "near continuous" bombing raids against Islamic State militants in Syria.

US-led strikes hit IS oil targets as Britain joins coalition
Protesting Hong Kong students storm government complex
Protesting Hong Kong students storm government complex

Dozens of protesters took part in an ongoing student demonstration against Beijing's refusal to grant the city unfettered democracy.

Protesting Hong Kong students storm government complex
China jails Uighur scholar for life for 'separatism'
China jails Uighur scholar for life for 'separatism'

A prominent academic from China's mostly-Muslim Uighur minority was jailed for life Tuesday for "separatism".

China jails Uighur scholar for life for 'separatism'
Moscow marchers condemn Kremlin role in Ukraine war
Moscow marchers condemn Kremlin role in Ukraine war

Thousands of Russians marched through Moscow to protest against the Kremlin's involvement in the Ukraine crisis.

Moscow marchers condemn Kremlin role in Ukraine war
Thousands protest delays to tough new Spanish abortion law
Thousands protest delays to tough new Spanish abortion law

Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Madrid, accusing the government of betrayal.

Thousands protest delays to tough new Spanish abortion law
'France does not pay ransoms,' says Hollande
'France does not pay ransoms,' says Hollande

French President Francois Hollande said that "France does not pay ransoms" for hostages, nor does it exchange prisoners.

'France does not pay ransoms,' says Hollande
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Anti-Semitic attacks nearly double in France: Jewish group

Anti-Semitic attacks nearly doubled in France in the first seven months of the year, the country's main Jewish group said .

Anti-Semitic attacks nearly double in France: Jewish group
Life in shadow of bombs for Mariupol children
Life in shadow of bombs for Mariupol children

"I'm not afraid," shouted six-year-old Sasha as he leapt across the roofs of makeshift garages not far from the tanks set up to defend the Ukrainian port city.

Life in shadow of bombs for Mariupol children
Turkey police fire gas at protests over worker lift deaths
Turkey police fire gas at protests over worker lift deaths

Turkish riot police fired tear gas and water cannon at protesters in Istanbul, a day after 10 workers were killed when a lift crashed.

Turkey police fire gas at protests over worker lift deaths
Somalia on high alert after Shebab leader confirmed dead
Somalia on high alert after Shebab leader confirmed dead

Somalia's government warned of a wave of retaliatory attacks by the country's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab rebels.

Somalia on high alert after Shebab leader confirmed dead
Barcelona locals rebel at drunken, naked tourist high jinks
Barcelona locals rebel at drunken, naked tourist high jinks

Residents of one seaside neighbourhood in Barcelona are fighting back, complaining that the Spanish city has fallen victim to its own tourism success.

Barcelona locals rebel at drunken, naked tourist high jinks
Afghan election close to failure as Abdullah sets deadline
Afghan election close to failure as Abdullah sets deadline

Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah on Monday issued another ultimatum over the disputed election result.

Afghan election close to failure as Abdullah sets deadline
Regional powers to hold Lesotho crisis meeting
Regional powers to hold Lesotho crisis meeting

Regional ministers were set to told talks to resolve the political crisis gripping Lesotho.

Regional powers to hold Lesotho crisis meeting
Pakistan military leaders to meet after deadly clashes
Pakistan military leaders to meet after deadly clashes

Pakistan's top military commanders convened a special meeting night after clashes between police and opposition protesters.

Pakistan military leaders to meet after deadly clashes