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Tembin: Storm weakens as it nears southern Vietnam

Image copyright EPA Image caption People were progressing evacuated from the Vietnamese range of Ben Tre A pleasant charge that was melancholy southern Vietnam has enervated and is approaching to waste within 48 hours. The Weather Prediction Center says Storm Tembin, with breeze gusts up to 58mph (93km/h), is 170 miles south-southwest of Ho Chi Minh City, and is moving …

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UK navy marks Russia warship in North Sea

Image copyright PA Image caption HMS St Albans (foreground) escorts Admiral Gorshkov A British frigate has escorted a Russian warship by the North Sea nearby UK waters on Christmas Day, the Royal Navy has revealed. It pronounced HMS St Albans monitored the Admiral Gorshkov’s “activity in areas of inhabitant interest”. Russia has not commented on the issue. The Royal Navy …

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UK navy marks Russia warship in North Sea

Image copyright PA Image caption HMS St Albans (foreground) escorts Admiral Gorshkov A British frigate has escorted a Russian warship by the North Sea nearby UK waters on Christmas Day, the Royal Navy has revealed. It pronounced HMS St Albans monitored the Admiral Gorshkov’s “activity in areas of inhabitant interest”. Russia has not commented on the issue. The Royal Navy …

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Liberia election run-off: Ex-footballer up against vice-president

Media captionWhat you need to know about Liberia’s election Liberians are to select a new trainer in a run-off opinion between Vice-President Joseph Boakai and former general footballer George Weah. Mr Weah, 51, won the first round, but did not secure the compulsory 50% of the opinion for an undisguised victory. The second turn of voting to attain Ellen Johnson …

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Liberia election run-off: Ex-footballer up against vice-president

Media captionWhat you need to know about Liberia’s election Liberians are to select a new trainer in a run-off opinion between Vice-President Joseph Boakai and former general footballer George Weah. Mr Weah, 51, won the first round, but did not secure the compulsory 50% of the opinion for an undisguised victory. The second turn of voting to attain Ellen Johnson …

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Fujimori: New clashes after Peru ex-president is pardoned

Media caption‘No to the pardon!’ shouted protesters in the collateral Lima Police in Peru have fired rip gas and clashed with thousands of protesters angry at the authorities’ decision to atonement ex-President Alberto Fujimori. “No to the pardon!” the crowds chanted in the collateral Lima during a second day of unrest. President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski pardoned Fujimori on health grounds …

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Fujimori: New clashes after Peru ex-president is pardoned

Media caption‘No to the pardon!’ shouted protesters in the collateral Lima Police in Peru have fired rip gas and clashed with thousands of protesters angry at the authorities’ decision to atonement ex-President Alberto Fujimori. “No to the pardon!” the crowds chanted in the collateral Lima during a second day of unrest. President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski pardoned Fujimori on health grounds …

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Fujimori: Peru president’s atonement for ex-leader draws protests

Image copyright Kenji Fujimori Image caption Fujimori was sensitive in hospital of the atonement by his son Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has pardoned former personality Alberto Fujimori on health grounds in a pierce that has stirred angry protests. Fujimori, 79, who is portion 25 years for human rights abuses and corruption, was changed from jail to hospital since of …

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Kulbushan Jadhav: Pakistan lets family meet ‘Indian spy’

Image copyright Pakistan unfamiliar ministry Image caption Pakistani officials expelled photos of Kulbushan Jadhav assembly his mom and wife The family of an Indian ex-navy officer confronting a death judgment for espionage in Pakistan has been allowed to revisit him. The mom and wife of Kulbhushan Jadhav met him in Islamabad on Monday, amid arguments between the two countries over …

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How China’s first czar searched for elixir of life

Image copyright China Photos/Getty Images Image caption The terracotta warriors date from the time of Emperor Qin Shi Huang China’s first czar launched an recurrent hunt for the elixir of life before failing aged 49 in 210 BCE, new archaeological investigate has revealed. Qin Shi Huang, who combined the world-famous terracotta army, systematic a national hunt for the fabulous potion. …

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