Home » Archives for AFP
"The government will stand united to tackle the issue of supporting victims, so that they will be able to return to normal life as quickly as possible," Abe said.
"The House just sent a strong message to the people of Hong Kong: We stand with you in the fight for democracy and justice."
Pulisic, who is struggling to make an impression in the Premier League, was substituted on the hour mark shortly after squandering a gilt-edged chance to give the USA the lead.
The interior ministry confirmed the toll and blamed the attack on the Taliban.
"For concessions to be made simply because of escalating violence will only make the situation worse. On the other hand, we should consider every means to end the violence."
The 38-year-old, who has more than two million followers across the two platforms, apologised to his followers for the posts.
Bangladesh still has a British colonial-era law where anyone who engages in gay sex faces life in prison, although the legislation is rarely used.
Smith skippered the team until he was suspended for 12 months over a brazen attempt under his watch to alter the ball with sandpaper in Cape Town last year
The Independent Election Commission however insists multiple safeguards including biometric verification will make this year's vote the cleanest yet.
Australia said Tuesday it would top up the prize money for the Aussie women's team for the T20 World Cup next year to ensure parity with the men's winnings
Russia eased to a 5-0 thrashing of 10-man Cyprus, with Poland joining them, Belgium and Italy in qualifying this week by seeing off North Macedonia 2-0
In Mali, youngsters bought this two-wheeler when they started earning as the bike was a sign of respectability
Gauff defeated 2017 Roland Garros winner Jelena Ostapenko 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 in the Linz final for her maiden title
Two cases were detected in September, the first polio infections in the Philippines since 2001, adding to the woes of a country already hit by deadly measles and dengue epidemic.
"I think it's pretty clear what we're trying to do, but there are pretty detailed technical discussions now and I think we need to give the time and space for that to happen."
A movement initially founded on defending Hong Kong's independent judiciary from the authoritarian mainland was now increasingly meting out street justice.
Rescue efforts were continuing on Monday morning, with local television showing soldiers rowing a rubber rescue dingy through floodwaters in Fukushima, while elsewhere workers removed dirt with a digger.
Producer Lauren Faust feels that girls were always portrayed as perfect angels, but now it's time for girl superheroes who take no nonsense
The new products may be coming to a supermarket near you sooner than you think, say researchers
Hagibis smashed into the main Japanese island of Honshu around 7:00 pm (1000 GMT) Saturday as one of the most violent typhoons in recent years, with wind gusts of up to 216 kilometres per hour.