Russia | Opposition leader returned to jail from hospital

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was discharged from a hospital yesterday even though his physician raised suspicions of a possible poisoning. Details about Navalny’s condition

Johnson presses EU to give way amid no-deal Brexit warnings

Prime Minister Boris Johnson pushed Britain closer to a no-deal exit from the European Union yesterday, insisting he will not hold Brexit talks with EU

Offbeat | Grasshoppers on the go make migratory stop in Las Vegas area

A migration of mild-mannered grasshoppers sweeping through the Las Vegas area is being attributed to wet weather several months ago. Nevada state entomologist Jeff Knight told reporters

This Day in History | 1966 – Football glory for England

England have won football’s World Cup for the first time since the tournament began in 1930. A crowd of 93,000 spectators - including the Queen and

Life & Style | Meghan guest edits UK Vogue, focusing on trailblazing women

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has guest edited the September issue of British Vogue with the theme “Forces for Change.” Royal officials say the issue coming out Aug.

Athletics | Muhammad breaks world record in 400 hurdles at nationals

The running joke between Dalilah Muhammad and some of her competitors goes like this: She orders the wet conditions. Because she reigns in the rain.

World briefs

The Buzz | 16-year-old Fortnite world champ wins $3 million

All those hours playing video games have paid off for a 16-year-old. Kyle Giersdorf, of Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, racked up the most points and won $3 million as

Trump signs Sept. 11 victims’ compensation fund extension

President Donald Trump yesterday signed a bill ensuring that a victims’ compensation fund related to the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks never runs out of money, ending years

Our Desk | What amputation claims?

The story of the migrant worker whose left leg was amputated is an example of how a number of non-resident workers – particularly non-skilled ones – remain helpless

Tuesday, July 30, 2019 – edition no. 3343

• Australia’s Crown Resorts is facing a possible probe over links to Chinese triads * China brings options back on the table * Divisive ‘rumor offence’ article draws public concern * Sulu Sou

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