Tuesday, September 24, 2019


Latest collection of all newsworthy international events and happenings.

Supreme Court To Rule On Johnson’s Suspension Of UK Parliament
Police Fire Bullets At Hong Kong Protesters
Hong Kong: 1,556 Arrested As Violence Continues
Donald Trump Makes Surprise Appearance At UN Climate Summit
Donald Trump Makes Surprise Appearance At UN Climate Summit
12 Injured In Cyprus Hotel Explosion
A string of nighttime explosions at a Turkish military base in northern Cyprus damaged a nearby seaside hotel and injured 12 people Thursday, prompting the evacuation of terrified tourists, officials said.
Trump Speak On Sack Of Bolton As National Security Advisor
President Donald Trump on Thursday warned that the exit of his National Security Advisor, John Bolton, won’t bring a softening of the US position on Venezuela.
Bus Collides With Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau’s Plane
A bus carrying journalists collided with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's campaign plane at a whistlestop in westernmost Canada, forcing him to fly a loaner Thursday.
Russian Govt Clamps Down On Opposition After Election Loss
Russian investigators on Thursday raided dozens of regional offices of top protest leader Alexei Navalny, as well as the homes of his supporters, after mass opposition rallies this summer.
South African Parliament Calls For Cutting-Edge Strategies To Combat Increasing Crimes
South African Parliament Calls For Cutting-Edge Strategies To Combat Increasing Crimes
South Africa’s Parliament on Thursday called on the police to take cutting-edge strategies to fight rising crimes.
Snakes On Plane: 88 Live Reptiles Found In Man’s Suitcase
Snakes On Plane: 88 Live Reptiles Found In Man’s Suitcase
An Austrian man who smuggled 88 living reptiles including 43 poisonous snakes from the Philippines was stopped by customs officers at Vienna airport, Austria’s Finance Ministry said Thursday.
Zimbabwe Mourners Injured In Scramble To See Mugabe’s Body
Zimbabwe Mourners Injured In Scramble To See Mugabe’s Body
Several people were injured in a crush on Thursday as mourners queued up to see former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe as he laid in state at a stadium in Harare.
Central Bank Deputy Governor To Step Down By June Ending
Xenophobia: South Africa President Cancels Plan To Attend UN Meeting
The office of the president of South Africa on Thursday said President Cyril Ramaphosa has cancelled his plan to attend the upcoming United Nations (UN) General Assembly meeting because he has to 'concentrate on critical issues' at home.
Train Derailment Claims 50 Lives In Congo
Fifty people have died in a train accident in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the country’s minister for humanitarian affairs said on Thursday
Hurricane Dorian: 2,500 People Missing In Bahamas
Authorities have reported 2,500 people missing in the Bahamas in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.
UK Govt To Appeal Court Ruling On ‘Unlawful’ Parliament Suspension
The British government said it would appeal a Scottish appeal court ruling on Wednesday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament for five weeks was “unlawful”.
Kim Kardashian Tests Positive For Lupus
Kim Kardashian Tests Positive For Lupus
Famous American reality TV star Kim Kardashian on Wednesday tested positive for Lupus antibodies, Concise News understands.
Mugabe dead
Mugabe To Be Buried In His Village Early Next Week
Zimbabwe’s former President Robert Mugabe will be buried early next week in his village and not at a national monument for liberation heroes, his family said on Thursday.
Severe Rainfall Claims Six Lives In Vietnam
Vietnam Authorities, on Wednesday, reported that six people have been killed and one missing after torrential rains swept through the northern region.
China Exempts U.S Goods From Tariff
China announced tariff exemptions on 16 categories of goods imported from the U.S. as negotiations to end the countries’ trade war are set to resume.
UK MPs Pass Law To Block No-deal Brexit
Court Nullifies Suspension Of UK Parliament
The Scottish Civil Court on Wednesday ruled that his decision of the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to suspend the parliament was unlawful and illegal.
UK Returns 2-Year-Work Visa For International Students
British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson on Wednesday announced the return of the two-year post-study work visa for international students.
Iran Reacts To Sack Of John Bolton By President Trump
Iran government has said that the sacking of US national security adviser John Bolton on Tuesday was a “sign clear” that Washington’s campaign of sanctions against Tehran was failing.
Musician Recounts Time He Rubbed Penis On Donald Trump
Trump Fires Bolton National Security Adviser
US President Donald Trump has sacked his hawkish national security adviser, John Bolton with whom he said he disagreed strongly on a number of issues.
Why Mugabe’s Burial Was Postponed Indefinitely
The burial of the late former President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, has been postponed indefinitely, Concise News reports.
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