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Texas floodwaters pose unique health risks, U.S. experts say

Texas, floodwaters, Hurricane Harvey, health risks

Catastrophic flooding from Hurricane Harvey increases the risk of ills ranging from skin rashes to bacterial and viral infections and mosquito-borne disease, U.S. public health officials war [ … ]


Indonesia's first female would-be suicide bomber jailed


Dian Yulia Novi was arrested at her boarding house with a three-kilogram bomb.​


Two million pilgrims converge on Mecca for the hajj

Two million pilgrims converge on Mecca for the hajj

This year sees the return of pilgrims from Shiite Iran, regional rival to Sunni powerhouse Saudi Arabia.


Myanmar army battles Rohingya insurgents; thousands flee

The violence marks a dramatic escalation of a conflict that has simmered since October last year. 


North Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan


It was an "unprecedented, serious and grave threat", Japanese Prime Minister says. 


Trump hints at NAFTA withdrawal, says Mexico will pay for wall

'It may be through reimbursement,' says Trump.


Thailand's Yingluck fled at the 'last minute' fearing harsh sentence, say aides

Thailand's Yingluck fled at the 'last minute' fearing harsh sentence, say aides

Exactly how Yingluck escaped from Thailand remains a mystery.


Suicide bomber kills four near US embassy in Kabul

The blast happened at a time when many officials were expected to be collecting their salaries ahead of this week's Eid holiday.


Russian hackers feel the heat as Trump seeks warmer Moscow ties

Russian hackers, money-laundering charges, President Donald Trump, improve relations

When Alexander Vinnik was arrested on money-laundering charges at a Greek hotel in late July, the status of his Jabber secure online messaging account was set to “away”.


Houston devastated by deadly flooding from Harvey, more rain ahead

Tropical Storm Harvey, Houston, deadly flooding, devastated

Catastrophic flooding triggered by Tropical Storm Harvey inundated Houston on Sunday, forcing residents of the fourth most populous U.S. city to flee in boats or hunker down in anticipation [ … ]


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