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Anti-migrant protesters clash with police in Dover

Anti-migrant protesters clash with police in Dover Footage posted on social media showed officers scuffling with several anti-migrant activists as they made arrests near Dover's busy harbour. The individual was later arrested, police confirmed. This week saw a new single-day record for migrant arrivals, with 416 crossing the English Channel to reach United Kingdom shores in small boats on Wednesday. [Full Article...]

Police declare major incident in Birmingham city centre following multiple stabbings

Police declare major incident in Birmingham city centre following multiple stabbings He said no arrests have been made and police are looking for one male suspect, with "significant resources" being put into tracing him. "People should be assured we have got a significant hunt for that subject, ongoing", he added. As of the time of publication, Sfrantziz's account of the stabbings remains unconfirmed, and West Midlands Police is telling social media users referencing vide... [Full Article...]

Today's Covid-19 case numbers for Victoria drop significantly

Today's Covid-19 case numbers for Victoria drop significantly A broader state-wide reopening is still months away, but Victorian deputy premier James Merlino says the government is doing all it can to have the economy moving again in a Covid-19 safe way. Schools will also partially reopen and outdoor gatherings of up to five people would be allowed. "Some of their criteria (for ending the lockdown) is less than five cases in two weeks, with no known source... [Full Article...]

2nd Filipino survivor from capsized freighter rescued off Japan

2nd Filipino survivor from capsized freighter rescued off Japan Crew members and almost 6,000 cattle were headed from New Zealand to China when the boat capsized after losing an engine in stormy weather , the only crew member rescued so far told Japan's coastguard on Thursday. "I'm the only one?" he asked rescuers after being pulled from the water. The DFA previously confirmed that the vessel made a distress signal early Wednesday from Amami Oshima Is... [Full Article...]

`Will not trust him`: Kamala Harris on Donald Trump`s pre-election vaccine

`Will not trust him`: Kamala Harris on Donald Trump`s pre-election vaccine In an interview Wednesday on CNN, Barr acknowledged "there are some situations where statistics would suggest" people of color are treated differently than white people but said the justice system was not inherently racist. "There is no question that Donald Trump has been an abject failure and incompetent when it comes to addressing the severe job loss that has happened as a result of the pandemic... [Full Article...]

80 new special trains to run from September 12: Rail Board Chairman

80 new special trains to run from September 12: Rail Board Chairman The Indian Railways on Saturday said it will run 40 pairs of new special trains from September 12. IRCTC special trains: The concept of clone trains is being introduced as an experiment by Indian Railways. Days after the Centre announced the guidelines for Unlock 4, Indian Railways said it was planning to run more special trains and the state governments are being consulted on this. [Full Article...]

Hong Kong police arrest nearly 300 protesters against election delay

Hong Kong police arrest nearly 300 protesters against election delay Hong Kong has delayed by a year Legislative Council elections originally scheduled for Sunday due to the coronavirus pandemic. The pro-democracy opposition had hoped to win several seats on Hong Kong's Legislative Council. It stipulated that Hong Kong would continue to enjoy British capitalism, common law, freedom of the press, and other civil liberties for a period of 50 years from handover. [Full Article...]

Boris Johnson sets October deadline for post-Brexit deal with EU

Boris Johnson sets October deadline for post-Brexit deal with EU Mr Johnson insisted a no-deal exit would be a "good outcome for the UK". "The EU have been very clear about the timetable". He will say there needs to be an agreement by the European Council on 15 October if it is to be in force by the end of the year, so "there is no sense in thinking about timelines that go beyond that point". [Full Article...]


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