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Hopes fade in grim search for Xinmo landslide survivors

Hopes fade in grim search for Xinmo landslide survivors

Rescuers continued to search through mounts of rock and rubble Sunday. Chinese state news agency Xinhua reports that at least three people had been rescued and taken to a hospital with injuries it said were not life-threatening. Photos from the official People's Daily showed rescue efforts continuing after nightfall using torches, and it said rescuers were trying to reach two people they believe they had heard trapped beneath the rubble.


N Ireland party signs deals to support UK Conservative gov't

N Ireland party signs deals to support UK Conservative gov't

May and DUP leader Arlene Foster presided at the signing of a deal at Downing Street on Monday. 'We're back in London again and my hope is that we will be able to finalise the deal between ourselves and the Conservative Party, ' she said.



Tillerson urges Qatar and boycotting Arab countries to resolve crisis

Continuing, Tillerson added that; "We believe our allies and partners are stronger when they are working together towards one goal which we all agree is stopping terrorism and countering extremism". The government is reviewing the demands, a spokesman has said. Tillerson also reiterated that the common goal of the USA, the Gulf States and Qatar is "stopping terrorism and countering extremism" and added that " each country involved has something to contribute to that effort ".


North Korea: Warmbier's death a 'mystery to us'

North Korea: Warmbier's death a 'mystery to us'

Rodman told ABC's Good Morning America that he did not know Warmbier, who passed away this past Monday, was sick when Pyongyang authorities freed him. He told Strahan, "I was just so happy to see the kid released". We jumped up and down ... He was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for committing "hostile acts" against the state.



Northern Ireland party leader in talks with Conservatives

If the parties can not come to an agreement by Thursday, Northern Ireland may be returned to direct rule from London . The agreement restates the Government's support for the Belfast Agreement and the restoration of devolved government in Northern Ireland .



Northern Ireland party to back May's minority government

By forming the agreement , May takes another step in resisting calls for her resignation that erupted after the snap election held in early June. The agreement was signed inside Downing Street by Tory chief whip Gavin Williamson and the DUP's Sir Jeffrey Donaldson , while party leaders Theresa May and Arlene Foster watched on.