The Telegraph
Thursday , September 14 , 2017

UN to Myanmar: End violence

UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres today called on authorities in Myanmar to end violence against the majority-Buddhist country's Rohingya Muslims and acknowledged the situation there is best...   | Read..

Korea resumes work at N-site

North Korea has resumed work at its underground nuclear testing site, defence analysts said, as the country vowed to keep expanding its nuclear arsenal despite the latest...   | Read..

One held over George school burglary bid

A woman has been arrested following an incident at the school attended by Prince George, Scotland Yard has said.   | Read..

Six die in Irma-hit nursing home

Hurricane Irma has claimed eight more lives, including six patients at a Florida nursing home that lost power, authorities said today, as more than 4 million people in four...   | Read..

Roy fails to make the cut

Pakistani writers appear to be edging ahead of Indian authors, judging by today's Booker Prize shortlist which sees Arundhati Roy's much anticipated second novel, The...   | Read..

'Heavier' Bale grabs spotlight in Toronto

Actor Christian Bale was in Toronto to promote his latest film Hostiles at the film festival, but it was his heavier frame and bleached eyebrows in preparation for his role...   | Read..
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