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UK PRIME minister Theresa May’s political career officially ended in tears last Friday, as the woman who declared that she would provide ‘strong and stable’ leadership when

High tariff collection on Chinese goods starts in US

The United States began collecting higher, 25 per cent tariffs on many Chinese goods arriving in US seaports on Saturday morning. This is in an intensification of the trade war

PM seeks OIC’s cooperation to ensure Rohingyas’ legal rights

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday urged the OIC member states to formulate a comprehensive strategy to cope with the adverse changes of economy, ecology and security, also

Australia sweat on Warner fitness ahead of opener

Australia opener David Warner underwent a thorough fitness test on Thursday after concerns that an upper leg injury might rule him out of the World Cup opener against Afghanistan

India’s new Home Affairs Minister Amit Shah

Amit Shah, president of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, was appointed as India is home affairs minister by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday.

World Bank forecasts China GDP growth at 6.2pc in 2019, 6.1pc in 2020

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