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Thai PM defends security at military base after soldier’s killing spree | World news

Thailand’s prime minister has denied suggestions that arms were not properly secured at a military base where a rogue soldier stole multiple weapons before killing 26 people in a mass shooting. PrayuthChan-ocha described the attack as unprecedented and responded abruptly when he was asked about details of the operation to stop the attack and about the theft of the...

UNESCO warns historic Beirut buildings at risk of collapse

On Aug. 4, some 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate stored at Beirut’s port blew up, obliterating the city’s main commercial hub and spreading death and wreckage for miles around. The blast, the most destructive in Lebanon’s troubled history, killed more than 170 people, wounded more than 6,000 and caused damage worth between $10 and $15 billion.Among the damaged...

Tigers Extinct in Laos – That’s the conclusion of a detailed new study that found no evidence wild tigers still exist in the country. : worldnews

You didn't read the article, did you? It's probably not because they are hunted but because they become trapped in snares laid for other animals that are being hunted for food. It's a by-catch problem similar to the shrimp and tuna trawlers that endanger dolphins.https://edition.cnn.com/2019/10/16/asia/southeast-asia-snaring-crisis-hnk-intl/index.htmlThe scale of the problem is "phenomenal" says Gray. Between 2010 and 2015, more...

Coronavirus, Russia, Dominic Cummings: Your Tuesday Briefing

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.)Good morning.We’re covering an unkept promise to Russian medical workers, the furor over a top aide to Britain’s leader and a feared deluge of litigation in Spain.Johnson’s aide says sorry-not-sorry for breaching U.K. lockdown rulesIn an unusual news conference on Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s closest aide, Dominic Cummings,...

Italy’s Quarantine Leaves Locked-Down Towns Feeling ‘Sacrificed’

Italy’s Quarantine Leaves Locked-Down Towns Feeling ‘Sacrificed’
SECUGNAGO, Italy — The phone call came from inside one of the northern Italian towns quarantined to contain the rapid spread of the coronavirus.“Did you get the focaccia?” Tina Pomati, 65, asked her daughter, who was preparing to move a paper bag loaded with Rothmans Blue cigarettes, salami and chocolate cordials across an invisible border and into the...
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