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Israel and Switzerland are the latest countries to confirm cases of monkeypox, bringing the total number of nations reporting outbreaks to 14. Both countries said they identified one infected person who had recently travelled, but Israel said it was investigating other suspected cases. More than 80 cases have been confirmed in the recent outbreak in […]

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Sri Lanka says it looks forward to working with new Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. President Gotabaya Rajapaksa congratulated Albanese on his election saying the Sri Lanka Government of and he look forward to working closely with the new Prime Minister to maintain and further strengthen the bilateral ties between both nations. Australia elected its first […]

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The WTA has followed the ATP’s lead in deciding ranking points will be awarded for next month’s UK grass-court events. But Wimbledon could still be stripped of points in response to the All England Club and the LTA’s ban on Russian and Belarusian players following the invasion of Ukraine. The decision is said to be […]

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could cause global food shortages in the coming months, the UN has warned. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the war had worsened food insecurity in poorer nations due to rising prices. The world could face famines that last for years if Ukrainian exports are not restored to pre-war levels, he added. The […]

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An unnamed Conservative MP has been arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual assault. The Metropolitan Police confirmed a man was in custody over allegations dating back to between 2002 and 2009. The Conservative Party said he had been asked by the chief whip not to attend Parliament while an investigation is ongoing. The man […]

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Ukraine has confirmed that hundreds of its fighters trapped for more than two months in Mariupol’s Azovstal steelworks have been evacuated. Deputy Defence Minister Hanna Maliar said 53 badly wounded soldiers were taken to the town of Novoazovsk, held by Russian-backed rebels. She said another 211 were evacuated using a humanitarian corridor to Olenivka – […]

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Laura Robson – the British player who won junior Wimbledon at 14 and an Olympic silver medal at 18 – has confirmed her retirement from tennis. The 28-year-old rose to 27 in the world rankings, and reached the fourth round at Wimbledon and the US Open. But then injury intervened – she had wrist surgery […]

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Somalia’s former leader Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has been elected president after a final vote that was only open to the country’s MPs. He defeated the current president, Mohamed Abudallahi Farmajo, who has been in office since 2017. The ballot was limited to Somalia’s 328 MPs due to security concerns over holding a wider election, and […]

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Ten people have been killed in a shooting in New York state that is being investigated as a racially-motivated hate crime. An 18-year-old man was detained after a stand-off at the scene in the city of Buffalo. Police have not named him. The suspect entered a busy supermarket on Saturday afternoon before opening fire. He […]

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Sri Lanka s new prime minister has told the BBC an economic crisis that has brought misery and unrest is Âgoing to get worse before it gets betterÂ.

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“After I speak to [friendly nations], there will be help coming from there. They won’t allow people to starve.”

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Sri Lanka's new prime minister has told the BBC an economic crisis that has brought misery and unrest is "going to get worse before it gets better".The post Sri Lanka economy crisis to get worse...Click on the headline to read the full story

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In 2017, His Holiness the Dalai Lama said that the Chinese government must respect Tibetan culture and language. Speaking with the Times of India, His Holiness described how narrow-minded Chinese officials were by deliberately attempting to erase Tibetan language – which in his shared view is impossible to do. He goes onto compare the fact that the Chinese […]

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North Korea has ordered a strict national lockdown after confirming its first official Covid infections. State media have reported an Omicron outbreak in the capital Pyongyang but did not state the number of cases. KCNA said it was “the biggest emergency incident” that breached the country’s “quarantine front”, and that leader Kim Jong-un was in […]

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Bodies of 44 civilians have been found in the rubble of a collapsed building in the Ukrainian city of Izyum as the battle for control of the area rages. The five-storey building collapsed in March as residents hid in the basement from Russian shelling. But rescuers have only just been able to reach the building, […]

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Former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has emerged as a contender to be England’s Test coach. McCullum, 40, is interested in the job and has held talks with the England and Wales Cricket Board. He is currently in charge of Indian Premier League side Kolkata Knight Riders. England have advertised for separate Test and limited-overs […]

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Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr, son of the Philippines’ former dictator, is poised to win the presidential election by a landslide, according to partial and unofficial results. The senator has so far won 55.8.% of the vote, compared to 28% for rival Leni Robredo. His win will mark the Marcos family’s return to power after 36 […]

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Manchester City shrugged off the disappointment of their Champions League semi-final exit at Real Madrid to sweep aside Newcastle United and open a three-point lead at the top of the Premier League. The reigning champions took advantage of Liverpool’s draw with Tottenham Hotspur with an impressive response that not only strengthened their position at the […]

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Voting has begun in the Philippines, with millions queuing across the islands to choose their next president. The man tipped to win the presidency is Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr, the son of the nation’s former dictator. Polls suggest he may see a landslide victory, meaning the Marcos clan that was toppled 36 years ago could […]

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Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has run the fastest women’s 100m so far this year with victory in 10.67 seconds in Nairobi. Only four other women have ever run faster at the distance. Eight-time Olympic medallist Fraser-Pryce won comfortably on Saturday after Namibia’s Christine Mboma, the 200m Olympic silver medallist, pulled up. “I have been doing this […]

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John Lee is set to be named Hong Kong’s new leader on Sunday, once a closed voting process in which he is the sole candidate concludes. His appointment is being widely seen as a move by the Chinese government to tighten its grip on the city. Known as a staunch Beijing supporter, Mr Lee oversaw […]

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Counting in the Northern Ireland Assembly election has resumed with the republican party Sinn Féin set to win the most seats for the first time. It is vying with the Democratic Unionist Party – whose vote share dropped – for the entitlement to nominate the next first minister. A unionist party has been the largest in […]

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Ride-hailing and delivery group Uber has made a $5.9bn (£4.7bn) loss, mostly due to its stakes in other companies. The firm said almost all of the loss was a result of the fall in the value of investments in businesses including two Asian ride-hailing giants – China’s Didi and South East Asia’s Grab. Shares in […]

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Russia has dismissed speculation that it will declare all-out war in Ukraine in the coming days as “nonsense”. Moscow has up until now denied it is at war, instead referring to the invasion as a “special military operation”. But Western officials have speculated that President Vladimir Putin could use the 9 May Victory Parade to […]

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Russian mercenaries have been accused of summarily executing, torturing and beating civilians in the Central African Republic (CAR). Witnesses told Human Rights Watch (HRW) that in one incident last July, Russian-speaking fighters shot dead at least 12 unarmed men at a roadblock. Most victims were put in a shallow hole by the road near Bossangoa, […]

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