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Chinese soldiers help clean up Hong Kong streets, but violence flares again

Credit: Reuters India - Published 10 hours ago
Police fired tear gas while protesters threw petrol bombs and fired arrows in clashes outside Hong Kong's Polytechnic University on Saturday, just hours after Chinese soldiers made a rare appearance to help clean up the city's streets. »more

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ATP Finals | Federer follows Nadal home

Federer was unrecognisable from the player who dominated Novak Djokovic in his final round-robin match
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Tsitsipas eclipses Federer to reach ATP Finals title match

Stefanos Tsitsipas stunned favourite Roger Federer to reach the final on his debut at the ATP Finals on Saturday, beating the six-time champion 6-3 6-4 at the O2 Arena.
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Paris police use tear gas, water cannon on ‘yellow vest’ protests anniversary

The protests lost strength in recent months, going from tens of thousands of participants to just a few thousand, but the movement’s leaders called for people to turn out on Saturday to mark the first anniversary
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Washington is concerned over J&K, says former US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns

Sustaining the shared sense of democratic values is crucial to India-U.S. ties, says former U.S. Dy. Secy. of State
Credit: Hindu - Published

What a charming and beautiful young lady: Dua Lipa meets Shah Rukh Khan ahead of Mumbai concert
Dua Lipa caught up with Shah Rukh Khan ahead of her concert in Mumbai, and the superstar asked her to perform some steps which he taught her, on the stage
Credit: DNA - Published

'Owaisi becoming second Zakir Naik': MoS Babul Supriyo says AIMIM chief 'speaks more than required'
Owaisi on Sunday questioned the Ayodhya verdict, asking if BJP leader LK Advani is being tried for Babri Masjid's demolition
Credit: DNA - Published

Donald Trump asked about Ukraine probes, says Embassy official
He allegedly pressed Sondland to seek Kiev’s plan on Biden
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Trump asks Japan to hike payments for U.S. troops to $8 billion - Foreign Policy
U.S. President Donald Trump has asked Japan to quadruple annual payments for U.S. forces stationed there to around $8 billion, Foreign Policy reported, part of Washington's efforts to press its allies to increase their defence spending.
Credit: Reuters India - Published

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