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Firefighters were battling strong winds Monday as a huge forest fire burnt out of control in southeastern Spain while another blaze in the north was stabilised, officials said Saturday.
One set of barracks behind, a 16,000 gold deficit, and their throne exposed - but Spirit decided to go for Roshan. It's one of the reasons they took that epic game 2 and went on to win the series.
A US congressional delegation arrived in Taiwan on Sunday, officials said, days after China held military drills around the island in retaliation for US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit.
U.S. President Joe Biden on Sunday congratulated India on 75 years of independence and said the United States and India were "indispensable partners" that would continue to work together to address global challenges in the years ahead. India will mark its 75th year of independence on Monday, celebrating the end of British colonial rule in 1947. "The United States joins the people of India to honor its democratic journey, guided by Mahatma Gandhi's enduring message of truth and non-violence," Biden said in a statement, referring to the leader of India's independence movement.
Three men were charged on Tuesday (16 August) with rioting outside Orchard Towers on Sunday morning.
Revelations that Australia's ex-prime minister secretly appointed himself to several ministerial posts during the pandemic sparked a political firestorm Monday, with his successor promising a rapid investigation.
Monet discussed how it felt playing in a LAN again, how they defeated OG, and their thoughts on the last day of the tournament.
When Kabul fell a year ago, Britain pledged to take in those who would face reprisals for working with UK forces. Instead, thousands are still waiting to find out if they will be able to escape the Taliban’s clutches. They tell May Bulman they feel like they’re simply waiting for death to come
Having been in Kabul to report on the Taliban retaking control of the capital and the country and the evacuation operations that followed last summer, Kim Sengupta speaks to Afghans about that time and what has happened since
The Taliban marked the first anniversary of their return to power in Afghanistan with a national holiday Monday, following a turbulent year that saw women's rights crushed and a humanitarian crisis worsen.
Iraq's judiciary said Sunday it lacks the authority to dissolve parliament as demanded by populist Shiite Muslim cleric Moqtada Sadr, who is engaged in an escalating standoff with political rivals.
A Hong Kong teacher-turned-publisher was jailed for nine months after pleading guilty to unlawful assembly on Monday, more than three years after being shot in the eye by police during a protest.
Chinese lithium hub Sichuan province will ration electricity supply to factories until Saturday, state media reported, as a heatwave sends power demands soaring and dries up reservoirs.
A walrus nicknamed Freya that attracted crowds while basking in the Oslo fjord was euthanised on Sunday, with Norway officials saying it was the only option but experts slamming an "infinitely sad" decision.
An area of intensely warm weather -- a so-called "extreme heat belt" -- with at least one day per year in which the heat index hits 125 Fahrenheit (52C), is expected to cover a US region home to more than 100 million people by the year 2053, according to a new study.
Afghanistan has been reeling under crippling poverty since the Taliban takeover last year
Visiting Taiwan's tiny Kinmen Islands last week, Joseph Lin practised standing up on his paddleboard, drifting across from the Chinese city of Xiamen, where days earlier fighter jets had screamed overhead.
Funerals were held in two Cairo churches Sunday evening for 41 victims of a fire that ripped through a Coptic Christian church during Sunday mass, forcing worshippers to jump out of windows.
Salman Rushdie is on the road to recovery and showing signs of his "feisty and defiant" self, family and friends said Sunday, days after a shocking assault left him on a ventilator with multiple stab wounds.
After four inconclusive sessions, UN member states on Monday resumed talks aimed at finally completing a treaty to protect the world's high seas, a vital yet fragile resource that covers nearly half the planet.