Strong winds delay retrieval of climbers’ bodies in India

Retrieving the bodies of five climbers of an international team from a notoriously dangerous Himalayan mountain isn’t immediately possible because helicopters are having difficulty operating due

Sudan | Protesters launch general strike after crackdown

Shops were closed and streets were empty across Sudan yesterday, the first day of a general strike called for by protest leaders demanding the resignation

G-20 | Finance officials pledge to protect global growth

Finance ministers and central bank chiefs from the Group of 20 major economies wrapped up a meeting in Japan on yesterday with a pledge to use

Offbeat | No more babies: April the Giraffe is going on birth control

There will be no more babies for April, the giraffe that enthralled viewers worldwide with two livestreamed pregnancies and births. Jordan Patch of Animal Adventure Park in

This Day in History | 1999 – Nato calls off air war on Kosovo

Nato has called off its 11-week air war against Kosovo following the beginning of the withdrawal of Serb troops. Secretary General Javier Solana announced a halt

Tennis | Dirty dozen: Nadal beats Thiem for 12th French Open title

For a few, fleeting moments yesterday, Rafael Nadal found his French Open supremacy seemingly threatened by Dominic Thiem, a younger, talented opponent challenging him in

The Buzz | A musical set in hell is the show to beat at Tony Awards

The big question at this year’s Tony Awards is whether hell can triumph. The arty and original “Hadestown,” which takes place in the underworld of Greek mythology,

World briefs

CHINA is creating a system to protect its technology, according to state media, as the U.S. restricts the access of Chinese companies to American technology in a

Kamala Harris says prosecutor past will help defeat Trump

Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris says her experience as a prosecutor has given her insight into trying to improve the criminal justice system and distinguishes her among

Rear Window | Doomed to fail

The 30th anniversary of the bloody crackdown in Tiananmen Square, perhaps the most worrying of 2019 ephemerides, went by without so much as an unpredictable event, without too

Monday, June 10, 2019 – edition no. 3307

* TSI dismisses appeal over teenager suicide * End of the greyhound era * Football team threaten to walk out   DOWNLOAD

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