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Daily Archives: July 11, 2018

Colombia’s tragedy road bridge demolished

A bridge under construction has been destroyed after a partial collapse killed nine people.

Papa John’s founder resigns as chairman over N-word controversy

Papa John's founder John Schnatter has apologised for using the N-word in a conference call.

Pakistan election: Bhutto outlines ‘peaceful, progressive’ vision

The son of the assassinated former Pakistani PM is standing for parliament for the first time.

China investigates why plane dropped more than 6,000m

Authorities look into why there was a cabin pressure loss, forcing the plane to sharply descend.

Nato summit: Leaders to focus on Afghanistan conflict

Nato's secretary-general hopes the bloc will agree to fund Afghan security forces until 2024.

Thailand cave: Museum and movie in the works for Tham Luang

The rescue gripped the world and now has the attention of film producers and the tourist board.

Australian Ballet performance cut short by rat

Dancers were left in the dark after the rodent gnawed through key power cables in Adelaide.

ZTE inches closer to resuming business in US

Once the Chinese tech giant pays a $400m deposit it can start buying US-made parts for its phones again.

Theresa May hopes Donald Trump visit will boost US-UK links

There will be meetings with the PM and the Queen, but mass protests across the UK are expected.

Mughalsarai: Renaming British-era train station causes Indian political storm

A decision to rename the iconic Mughalsarai train station has sharply divided opinions.