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North Korea fires missile into Sea of Japan

Nuclear-armed North Korea fired a ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan on Wednesday, in what analysts said was a warning ahead of a China-US summit at which Pyongyang's accelerating atomic weapons programme is set to top the agenda.

Outrage as Syria 'chemical attack' kills dozens in rebel-held town

A suspected chemical attack in rebel-held northwestern Syria killed dozens of civilians including children and left many more sick and gasping, causing international outrage Wednesday.

Appeals by Malaysian Bar, Zaid and Khairuddin dismissed

The Court of Appeal today dismissed the appeals by three appellants including the Malaysian Bar for leave to commence a judicial review to challenge the Attorney-General's (AG) decision over closure of investigations relating to the RM2.6 billion donation.

Aug 9 hearing for Rafizi's appeal on OSA conviction

Pandan Member of Parliament Mohd Rafizi Ramli's appeal against his sentence for unauthorized possession and disclosure of the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) Audit Report will be heard on Aug 9.

Russia metro attack by Kyrgyz suicide bomber

A suicide bomber from Kyrgyzstan was behind the explosion that killed 11 people and injured dozens more in the Saint Petersburg metro, security services in the Central Asian country said Tuesday.

Duterte fires minister after 'corruption' row

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has fired the interior minister, his spokesman said Tuesday as infighting and corruption allegations rock his government.

14 dead in Russian metro 'terror attack'

The death toll from a bombing on a metro train in Russia's second city Saint Petersburg rose to 14 Tuesday, as Kyrgyzstan said a suicide bomber from the Central Asian country had staged the attack.

North Korea threatens to hit back over sanctions

North Korea has warned it will retaliate if the global community ramps up sanctions over its latest round of weapons tests.

More than 270 dead in Colombia mudslides

The Colombian government on Monday declared a state of economic emergency in the town of Mocoa in southern Colombia, after mudslides left more than 270 people dead, including 43 children.

Big clean-up under way in flood-ravaged Australia

A "gut-wrenching" clean-up was in full swing Monday as floodwaters receded across parts of Australia, with fears the death toll could rise after a car was swept into a swollen river.


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