Algeria’s president might resign this week -private TV channels

Algeria’s president might resign this week -private TV channels 0

🕔13:56, 1.Apr 2019

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika might resign this week, the private Ennahar and El Bilad TV channels after mass protests and pressure from the army demanding he end his 20-year rule. The reports come after the army chief of staff, Lieutenant

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Turkish opposition declares Ankara win, Istanbul result disputed

Turkish opposition declares Ankara win, Istanbul result disputed 0

🕔13:54, 1.Apr 2019

Turkey’s main opposition party said it won control of Ankara in Sunday’s local elections, defeating President Tayyip Erdogan’s AK Party in the capital for the first time and challenged his party’s claim to have held Istanbul by the narrowest margin.

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At least 20 killed after bus in Peru catches fire at banned busto

At least 20 killed after bus in Peru catches fire at banned busto 0

🕔13:49, 1.Apr 2019

At least 20 people were killed and eight injured when the double-decker bus they were travelling in caught on fire in the Peruvian capital Lima. Witnesses said the fire started in the bus’s motor at the rear of the vehicle

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Vietnamese woman pleads guilty to lesser charge

Vietnamese woman pleads guilty to lesser charge 0

🕔13:44, 1.Apr 2019

A Vietnamese woman accused of killing Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korea’s leader, has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of causing hurt by potentially deadly means. A Malaysian court sentenced Doan Thi Huong to three years and four

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Japan’s new imperial era to be named “Reiwa”

Japan’s new imperial era to be named “Reiwa” 0

🕔13:31, 1.Apr 2019

Japan’s new imperial era to begin on May 1, when Crown Prince Naruhito becomes emperor, will be called “Reiwa”, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga announced today, a month ahead of Emperor Akihito’s abdication. The era name, or “gengo,” is used

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Dozens killed as storm hits southern Nepal

Dozens killed as storm hits southern Nepal 0

🕔13:15, 1.Apr 2019

Rescuers are struggling to reach villages in southern Nepal that were cut off by a rainstorm that has killed 25 people and injured hundreds more. The storm swept through villages in a farming region of Bara and Parsa districts in

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