Equity markets remain buoyed despite signs of fresh China-US tensions over Hong Kong.
“They tell us 'to declare a ceasefire'. We can never declare a ceasefire,” says Erdogan.
Huawei's revenues jump to 610.8bn yuan ($86.2bn) and its profit margin grew 8.7pc, the company announces.
About 20 children were wounded by flying glass, says govt spokesperson.
Regional parliament speaker Marie-Guite Dufay denounces a "surge of hatred".
Pro-democracy lawmakers, who form a minority of the pro-Beijing legislature, shouted Carrie Lam down.
Warren says she would "outwork, out-organise, and outlast anyone.
Watson says both his Twitter and Instagram pages had been hacked in recent days.
IMF warns outlook is beset by risks; urges policymakers to work to find resolutions.
The pound jumps to its highest level in five months.
About 149 million children four or younger are too short for their age, a clinical condition.
The leaders of the movement remain unknown.
Former CM Farooq Abdullah’s sister and daughter detained for holding ‘anti-India protest’
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed deals worth over $1.3 billion with the United Arab Emirates.
Paine on Monday brushed off questions surrounding the Australian side’s future leadership.
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More than 7 million people of the Kashmir Valley are still cut off from the internet.
Police whisked them away to a nearby police station as they tried to march through the main business area of Lal Chowk.
England had won the World Cup by virtue of hitting more boundaries after the scores were level following the Super Over.
Report states more than 800m people constantly hungry; another 2bn eating too much of the wrong foods.