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Pirates capture crew members of Hong Kong-flagged tanker

Report: Armed men take one Turkish and 18 Indian crew members hostage.

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Giant fire near Sydney may take weeks to be put out

Bushfires have begun much earlier this summer, blamed on soaring temperatures, dry winds and suspected arson.

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Half of Italians want a 'dictator' in power, survey shows

Some 48.2% of people think the government should be led by a Messiah-like leader.

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Johnson, Corbyn wage Brexit battle in final debate before UK election

In six days, Britain will vote in its second national election in less than three years.

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Leak of classified papers ahead of UK election tied to Russian operation: Reddit

The leak is tied to a previous Russian disinformation campaign, says social media site Reddit.

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Indian police shoot dead four men suspected of raping vet: BBC

The suspects were shot dead after they tried to attack police officers at the scene of the alleged crime.

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The Lady and The Hague: Myanmar leader Suu Kyi courts home audience

Aung San Suu Kyi was feted the last time she was in western Europe, this time she is facing accusations of genocide.

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India may force social media platforms to offer user verification

Gov't sources say the initiative meant to curb spread of fake news.

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Australia to probe foreign interference through social media platforms

This comes amid heightened Australian concerns that China is seeking to interfere in Canberra's affairs.

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Beijing envoy warns of 'destructive forces' undermining US-China ties

US-China ties at a critical crossroad due to trade frictions, but it's possible to return to a better path, says ambassador Cui Tiankai.

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Nato pulls off summit despite leaders trading public insults

Leaders declare at 70th-anniversary summit they would stand together against a common threat from Russia and prepare for China’s rise.

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Samoa goes door-to-door to fight measles, combat anti-vaccination messages

The epidemic has infected more than 4,200 and killed over 60 people, mostly babies and young children.

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Gunmen kill head of Japan aid agency, five others in Afghanistan

The killing comes a week after a grenade attack on a UN vehicle in Kabul amid growing fears for those doing humanitarian work.

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China demands 'fighting spirit' from gov't diplomats

The govt's top diplomat, Wang Yi, prodded officials to stand firm in the face of international challenges.

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Google halts political ads in Singapore as election looms - documents

The Singapore Democratic Party says Google's move is denying the party voter reach.

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US House approves Uyghur bill demanding sanctions on senior Chinese officials

The bill, which passed by 407-1 in the Democratic-controlled House, draws swift condemnation from Beijing. 

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Hong Kong police retrieve fresh trove of petrol bombs from university

To date, 4,296 petrol bombs and other weapons were seized from Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University campus.

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Malaria fight stalling at 'unacceptably high level' of deaths - WHO

The disease still kills more than 400,000 every year, mostly children in Africa.

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Report: Growth in global carbon emissions slowed in 2019

Drop in coal use in the US and Europe and softening demand in China and India helped to slow the growth of carbon dioxide emissions.

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