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North Korea ‘stole £1.6bn for weapons via cyber-attacks

A leaked United Nations report says North Korea has stolen £1.6 billion to fund its weapons programme using cyber-attacks. According to the BBC, the confidential...

Turkey and US agree to set up Syria safe zone operation centre

Turkey and the United States have agreed to set up a joint operation centre to coordinate a planned safe zone in northern Syria. According to...

Man who sent pipe bombs to Trump critics jailed for 20 years

A Trump supporter who admitted sending mail bombs to critics of the US president has been jailed for 20 years. According to the BBC, Cesar...

Catholic priests charged in Michigan sex abuse investigation

Two priests and a gardener have appeared in court to face charges of sexually abusing deaf children in their care, in a case that...

US President condemns deadly attacks amid criticism

United States President, Donald Trump has said "hate has no place" in the US after 29 people were killed in two mass shootings over...

Israel backs West Bank homes for settlers and Palestinians

Israel has approved the construction of 6,000 new homes for Jewish settlers and 700 homes for Palestinians in the occupied West Bank. The decision about...

Russian army ordered to tackle massive wildfires

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the army to help tackle massive wildfires raging in Siberia and other regions in the east. According to the...

Huawei sees trouble ahead despite revenue rise

Chinese telecoms firm Huawei saw a sharp jump in revenue in the first half of the year but warned of "difficulties ahead". In a report,...

UK urged to provide more support to trafficking survivors

Anti-trafficking organisations said survivors should be given at least 12 months of specialist support to prevent them from falling back into a cycle of...

Hong Kong protests: China condemns ‘horrendous incidents

China has condemned the recent anti-government protests in Hong Kong as "horrendous incidents" that have caused "serious damage to the rule of law". A spokeswoman...

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