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Second US delegation arrives in Taiwan after Pelosi visit

Legislators led by senator Ed Markey arrive following US House speaker’s contentious visit and amid increasing tensions with China

Ruto pulls ahead in Kenya’s presidential vote count as scuffles break out

Confusion over vote tallying in the media and the slow pace of progress by the electoral commission have fed anxiety in Kenya

UN-chartered ship in Ukraine loads grain aid for transport to Ethiopia

It will be the first humanitarian food aid cargo bound for Africa since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Tributes pour in for Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, ‘India’s Warren Buffett’

Self-made billionaire who recently launched a budget airline and often quipped ‘the trend is your friend’, died at 62

Rushdie on ‘long road to recovery’, agent says

Though his life-changing injuries are severe, his humour remains intact, says son Zafar Rushdie

Salman Rushdie remains hospitalised as alleged perpetrator pleads not guilty

The writer is likely to lose an eye and has nerve damage in his arm and wounds to his liver

Court is likely to throw out Donald Trump’s spurious claim about planted evidence

US attorney-general Merrick Garland has asked a judge to unseal the search warrant for Trump’s home

Riven Kashmir village splits families hoping for peace

Broken diplomatic ties between India and Pakistan, who fought two of their three wars over Kashmir, still cast a dark shadow over the region

Salman Rushdie on ventilator after stabbing

Agent says author ‘will likely lose one eye’, has severed nerves in his arm and his liver was stabbed

Suspected Tornado Cash developer arrested in Amsterdam

It has been alleged that Tornado Cash was helping conceal billions in capital flows, including for North Korean hackers

Call for better co-ordination of food aid for Ukraine

Donations are easing as the war drags on, says Jose Andres of World Central Kitchen group, which has served more than 130-million meals in Ukraine since ...

Ukraine and Russia accuse each other of risking nuclear disaster

Russia says Ukraine is recklessly firing at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, while Kyiv says Russian troops struck it themselves

Kenya governing party official alleges rigging of polls

The chairman of Kenyatta’s Jubilee party, which has backed Raila Odinga, issued a statement alleging ‘massive subtle rigging’ and claiming the ‘electoral ...

No filling up paddle pools as UK declares drought during heatwave

Only 35% of the average rainfall for July fell, and parts of England and Wales are now in the middle of a four-day ‘extreme heat’ alert

Two reports highlight racism in UK health sector

The UK’s science and medical industries are facing a reckoning over their links to racism in the past and present

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