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Bangladesh to provide birth control kits to Rohingya refugees

Bangladesh to provide birth control kits to Rohingya refugees

The centre is sending a specialised team to Bangladesh, where more than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims have crossed the border from neighbouring Myanmar following a large government crackdown. Police officers arrived as the crowd grew near the jetty, while Buddhist monks also tried to calm the mob, but people began to hurl "stones and Molotov (cocktails) at the riot police" the report said.


US President Trump announces new Executive Order against North Korea

US President Trump announces new Executive Order against North Korea

Earlier in the week, Mr Trump had used his first speech in front of the UN General Assembly to describe Mr Kim as being a "rocket man on a suicide mission for himself and his regime". Trump also called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "Rocket man". Earlier Thursday, Trump signed an executive order that would enable the United States to sanction individual companies and institutions that finance trade with North Korea.


Police watch over commute after London terror attack

Police watch over commute after London terror attack

A 25-year-old man was also arrested in Newport on Tuesday. On Saturday, police arrested a 18-year-old man in Dover, south-east England, and a 21-year-old in west London over the attack. Police had earlier searched a house in Sunbury believed to be linked to the first suspect, who was arrested at the Dover ferry port. Images posted on social media following the Parsons Green attack appeared to show wires protruding from a flaming bucket inside a plastic Lidl carrier bag on the floor of a ...


Parsons Green attack: Man charged with attempted murder

Parsons Green attack: Man charged with attempted murder

A number of other searches have been completed, police said. Cressida Dick, London's police Commissioner, said it could have been much worse. Ms Dick told LBC Radio: "Thank goodness no one was killed at Parsons Green, it must have been absolutely horrific for those people in the train and many people suffered injuries".



Iranian president slams Trump's comments

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said Iran is "clearly in default" of the accord's preamble calling for progress toward regional peace and stability. "If it can not be preserved what will happen then is a very important question that we are analyzing as well as (is) the European Union", Rouhani said, and "other partners" are also analyzing and discussing scenarios.



Rouhani at United Nations defends Iran nuclear deal against 'rogue newcomers'

Washington and Tehran's top diplomats confronted each other for the first time Wednesday as envoys scrambled to save the Iran nuclear deal from a skeptical Donald Trump. allies wouldn't support it either, "because breaking the agreement is not something that can be defensible". Trump "has not shared that decision (about the future of the deal) with anyone externally", including British Prime Minister Theresa May, who asked, Tillerson said.