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19th Jul 2018 Australian guard saw indigenous prisoner's breathing difficulty as a ruse, inquest told
A mentally ill indigenous prisoner in Australia who died after being restrained appeared to be pretending to struggle for breath as a "diversionary tactic" to avoid moving cells, a guard who helped hold him down told an inquest on Thursday. ...

19th Jul 2018 Eritrean troops withdraw from Ethiopian border: Eritrean Press agency
Eritrea has pulled troops back from the heavily militarized border with Ethiopia as a "gesture of reconciliation", the pro-government Eritrean Press agency said on its Facebook page. ...

19th Jul 2018 Syria's Assad set to recover Golan frontier as rebels surrender
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is set to recover control of the frontier with the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights after rebel fighters in the area agreed to surrender terms, sources on both sides said on Thursday. ...

19th Jul 2018 France's Macron under fire after aide caught hitting May Day protester
French President Emmanuel Macron came under fire on Thursday after his office suspended one of his aides who was caught on camera striking a May Day protester, but did not inform law enforcement authorities. ...

19th Jul 2018 Thailand's cave boys wake up at home for first time in weeks
Thailand's rescued cave boys woke up in their own homes for the first time in more than three weeks on Thursday, with many rising at dawn to take part in a religious ceremony. ...

19th Jul 2018 Turkish court sentences journalist to jail under anti-terror law: paper
A Turkish court sentenced a journalist from the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper to more than two years in jail on Thursday on charges of making people potential targets for militant groups through her reporting, the paper said. ...

19th Jul 2018 Greece hits back at Russian remarks on expulsion of diplomats
Russia must stop interfering in domestic affairs and treating Greece with disrespect, the Greek foreign ministry said late on Wednesday, after Moscow warned of consequences following the expulsion by Greece of two Russian diplomats. ...

19th Jul 2018 Brexit progress suggests no deal with EU is unlikely: UK PM's spokeswoman
The progress Britain has made in talks to leave the European Union suggests that the country will not crash out of the bloc without a deal, a spokeswoman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday. ...

19th Jul 2018 Australian PM says Pope must sack archbishop convicted of concealing child sex abuse
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Thursday that Pope Francis must sack an Australian archbishop convicted of concealing child sex abuse. ...

19th Jul 2018 Xi's campaign to draw people back to graying rural China faces uphill battle
Liu Deke, 73, puffed away on a roll-up as he threshed stalks of dried rapeseed on a large canvas sheet. Nearby, plumes of billowy smoke from burning stalks drifted across the rice fields. ...

19th Jul 2018 EU Commission calls on members to step up Brexit preparations
The European Commission on Thursday called on EU countries to increase preparations for all outcomes in Brexit negotiations, saying Britain's withdrawal from the bloc was likely to cause disruptions. ...

19th Jul 2018 EU Commission steps up legal battle with Hungary over migration rules
The European Commission decided on Thursday to step up its legal battle against Hungary over its refusal to respect European Union immigration and asylum rules. ...

19th Jul 2018 South Sudan's president Kiir says ready to accept peace deal
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir said he is ready to accept a peace deal to end a civil war and set up an inclusive new government. ...

19th Jul 2018 Russia pushes back Lavrov's Greece visit after diplomatic row: TASS
The timing of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov's planned visit to Greece this autumn is no longer suitable, Russia's ambassador to Athens said on Thursday, the TASS news agency reported. ...

19th Jul 2018 Hungary's Orban tells Israel that Jews in his country can feel safe
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a nationalist whose policies have raised concerns among Jews in his country, said on a visit to Israel on Thursday they should feel safe under his government. ...

19th Jul 2018 Eritrean troops withdraw from Ethiopia border: Eritrean Press
Eritrea has pulled troops back from the heavily militarized border with Ethiopia as a "gesture of reconciliation" with its giant neighbor and long-time foe, the pro-government Eritrean Press agency said on its Facebook page. ...

19th Jul 2018 Tongue-lashings from North Korea's Kim underscore shift in focus to economy
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's strident rebukes of officials during recent trips to industrial sites were aimed at rallying support at home for his economic drive and convincing outsiders about his willingness to denuclearize. ...

19th Jul 2018 Fearful for decades, Pakistan's main parties now openly campaign in Karachi
For over 25 years, maverick political leader Altaf Hussain had an iron grip on Karachi, able to bring Pakistan's largest city to a standstill with a single phone call. ...

19th Jul 2018 South Korea court holds government accountable for 2014 ferry sinking for the first time
A South Korean court on Thursday acknowledged for the first time the government's liability for the 2014 sinking of the Sewol ferry, which killed 304 people, mainly school children, and ordered it to compensate victims' families. ...

19th Jul 2018 U.S. delegation to meet Turkish officials on Iran sanctions
A U.S. delegation of Treasury and State Department officials will meet Turkish authorities on Friday to discuss sanctions targeting Iran, an official from Turkey's foreign ministry said. ...

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