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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

International News

Switzerland to return $321 million of stolen money to Nigeria

The Swiss government is to return $321 million to Nigeria that was seized from the family of former President Sani Abacha. The assets were confiscated...

Deadly knife attacks in France, treated as act of terror

A knife-wielding man killed two women yesterday at the Saint-Charles train station in Marseille, France, before military police killed the suspect, city police told...

Guatemala landslide death toll rises to 12

The number of people killed in a landslide in Guatemala has risen to 12 after a 94-year-old man who was rescued on Tuesday died...

International arrest warrant issued for Switzerland chainsaw attacker

Swiss police have issued an international arrest warrant after a man went on the rampage with a chainsaw in the town of Schaffhausen. Suspect Franz...

Hungary enforces ‘cruel’ ban on rough sleeping in public areas

Sleeping rough in public areas is now against the law in Hungary. The law change comes into force today and is a stronger version of...

Saudi Arabia rebuked over detention of women activists at UN forum

Thirty-six states at the UN Human Rights Council have criticised Saudi Arabia for detaining women's rights activists, and demanded their release. A BBC report said...

Syria 'to let aid into besieged town'

The Syrian government has agreed to allow aid into the besieged rebel-held village of Madaya, the UN says, amid reports of residents starving to...

Millions of infected Brazilian mosquitoes to tackle dengue

Brazilian scientists yesterday began unleashing the first of millions of mosquitoes infected with a bacteria meant to prevent the insects from transmitting the dengue...

French babies born with missing limbs prompt inquiry

France has launched a national investigation into the number of babies being born with missing arms or hands - weeks after an initial inquiry...

South Africa’s Jacob Zuma denies being ‘king of corrupt people’

South Africa's ex-President Jacob Zuma told a judge-led inquiry that allegations of corruption against him were a "conspiracy" aimed at removing him from the...

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