The Telegraph
Tuesday , July 18 , 2017

Apex court starts hearings in Sharif case

Pakistan's Supreme Court today began hearings that will decide the fate of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is fighting for his job as he contests the damning conclusions of a corruption...   | Read..

Party culture 'unhealthy'

China's top graft-buster launched a scathing attack on the ruling Communist Party's members on Monday, writing that party political culture remained "unhealthy"...   | Read..

Winnie barred over Xi meme

Has Winnie the Pooh done something to anger China's censors? Some mentions of the lovable but dimwitted bear with a weakness for "hunny" have been blocked on...   | Read..

Minister's sly retort to Trump slur

Australia's foreign minister briefly put diplomacy aside yesterday with a sly retort to comments that President Trump made about the physical appearance of the First Lady...   | Read..

Romero, father of zombie film, dead

George Romero, whose classic Night of the Living Dead and other horror films turned zombie movies into social commentaries and who saw his flesh-devouring undead spawn...   | Read..

Radcliffe rescue

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe rushed to the aid of a tourist who was slashed in the face by muggers riding a moped.   | Read..

Australian woman shot by police in Minneapolis

An Australian woman who was about to get married was fatally shot overnight on Saturday by a Minneapolis police officer who did not have his body camera turned on,...   | Read..

Venezuelans rebuke their President

Millions of Venezuelans signalled their disapproval of President Nicolás Maduro's plan to hold a constituent assembly by casting ballots yesterday in a vote unlike...   | Read..
Apex court starts hearings in Sharif case