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Donald Trump cannot be consigned to the history books just yet

Matthew Knott
Matthew Knott

Trump fatigue is real but he remains easily the brightest star in the galaxy of American conservatism.

Price ‘too high’ to penalise Saudi Crown Prince over Khashoggi murder

David E. Sanger

A new “Khashoggi ban” will restrict US visas for those who harass, detain or harm dissidents and journalists around the world. But it won’t apply to MBS.

‘Own goal’: Europe vaccine rollout undermined by leaders’ messages

Bevan Shields
Bevan Shields

Vaccination hubs in COVID-19 hard-hit Europe are begging for people to come inside. Why?

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Donald Trump cannot be consigned to the history books just yet

Trump fatigue is real but he remains easily the brightest star in the galaxy of American conservatism.

  • by Matthew Knott
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo acknowledges behaviour seen as ‘flirtation’

The crisis now enveloping Cuomo’s office developed rapidly after a second woman on Saturday went public with a story about being harassed by the governor in the workplace.

  • by Karen Matthews

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A woman pays tribute to a teacher who killed in Sunday’s protests in Yangon, Myanmar.

Myanmar limits access to cash as calls for international action grow

Protesters marched again on Monday in defiance of a crackdown by security forces that killed at least 18 people a day earlier.

  • by Khine Lin Kyaw
A supporter of pro-democracy activists holds a sign outside West Kowloon Magistrates’ Courts where others queue up for a court hearing over charges  of subversion on Monday.

‘Fight for freedom’: Crowd risks China’s ire outside Hong Kong subversion hearing

Security was tight, with more than 100 police officers deployed as about 1000 people gathered outside the West Kowloon court in support of 47 activists in one of the largest rallies since the coronavirus outbreak.

  • by Jessie Pang and James Pomfret

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The Israeli-owned cargo ship, Helios Ray, sits docked in Dubai after it was damaged by an unexplained blast at the gulf of Oman.

Netanyahu says Iran ‘clearly’ behind blast on Israeli-owned cargo ship

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has blamed Iran for a blast aboard an Israeli-owned ship in the Gulf of Oman last week but sidestepped a question on whether Israel would retaliate.

  • by Dan Williams

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