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UN human rights office calls for independent inquiry into death of former Mohamed Morsi

UN human rights office calls for independent inquiry into death of former Mohamed Morsi
The United Nations human rights office called for an "independent inquiry" into the death of former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi. Morsi died after collapsing during a trial hearing in a Cairo court yesterday.

Japan issues tsunami advisory after 6.8-magnitude earthquake hit northwest of country

Japan issues tsunami advisory after 6.8-magnitude earthquake hit northwest of country
Japan issued a tsunami advisory tonight after a strong 6.8-magnitude earthquake hit the northwest of the country. A wave of one metre is expected to hit the coast of the Sea of Japan, north of Tokyo, the nation's meteorological agency said.

US President Trump says, he had positive phone conversation with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping

US  President Trump says, he had positive phone conversation with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping
US President Donald Trump said he had a positive phone conversation with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping today. He said that they will hold an "extended meeting" next week at the G20 summit.

Cyprus expects 'stronger' EU stand on Turkey's drilling

Cyprus expects 'stronger' EU stand on Turkey's drilling
Cyprus says, the European Union should adopt a firmer stance over Turkey's bid to drill for oil and gas inside the island's exclusive economic zone.

Syria: 45 combatants, 14 soldiers killed in Clashes between pro-govt forces, jihadist-led groups

Syria: 45 combatants, 14 soldiers killed in Clashes between pro-govt forces, jihadist-led groups
In Syria, forty Five combatants and 14 soldiers were killed in Clashes between pro-government forces and jihadist-led groups today. A war monitor, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has confirmed this.

Indonesia: 18 killed in boat capsize incident near Madura island off Java's north coast

Indonesia: 18 killed in boat capsize incident near Madura island off Java's north coast
The death toll from an Indonesian ferry sinking has risen to 18. The overloaded passenger boat was carrying more than 60 people when it overturned yesterday in rough seas near Madura island, off Java's north coast.

US approves deployment of 1,000 additional troops in West Asia amid tensions with Iran

US approves deployment of 1,000 additional troops in West Asia amid tensions with Iran
The US has approved the deployment of 1,000 additional troops in West Asia for defensive purposes amidst tensions with Iran.

China's Sichuan earthquake death toll rises to 12

China's Sichuan earthquake death toll rises to 12
In China, at least 12 people were killed and over 100 injured after two strong earthquakes jolted the southwest Sichuan province.

America to begin process of removing millions of illegal migrants next week: Trump

America to begin process of removing millions of illegal migrants next week: Trump
US President Donald Trump has said, America will begin the process of removing millions of illegal migrants next week.

Egypt's former president Morsi buried in Cairo

Egypt's former president Morsi buried in Cairo
Egypt's first democratically-elected President Mohamed Morsi was buried today amid heavy security in Cairo, a day after his collapse and death during a court session.

Sri Lanka: Parliament speaker to chair meeting to break deadlock over probe into the Easter attacks

Sri Lanka: Parliament speaker to chair meeting to break deadlock over probe into the Easter attacks
In Sri Lanka, parliament speaker Karu Jayasuriya will today chair a meeting seeking to break the deadlock with the President over a parliamentary select committee probe into the Easter attacks.

Russia: Yoga enthusiasts participate in yoga classes in Tagansky Park in Moscow

Russia: Yoga enthusiasts participate in yoga classes in Tagansky Park in Moscow
Hundreds of yoga enthusiasts participated in yoga classes held in the Tagansky Park in Moscow to celebrate the 5th International Day of Yoga.
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