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Number of U.K. High-Rises Failing Fire-Safety Checks Increases

U. K. authorities raised to 60 the number of residential towers in England that have failed fire-safety checks triggered by the lethal blaze in a London high-rise earlier this month....

  


U.S. Says Some Demands on Qatar Will Be Difficult to Meet

The U.S. sees a list of demands put forward late last week from Saudi Arabia and other governments to Qatar as a starting point for discussions to end a three-week standoff, though some conditions will be difficult to meet, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday....

  


Trump---and Merkel's Response to Him---Is Issue in German Election

Germany’s main center-left political party on Sunday attacked Chancellor Angela Merkel for what its leaders said was a failure to stand up to President Donald Trump, signaling that the U.S. relationship will be a hot issue ahead of the national election here. ...

  


China Races to Find Landslide Victims

Nearly 100 people remained missing after a deadly landslide in an area of southwestern China that had been the focus of geologic concern since a devastating 2008 earthquake. ...

  


Saudi Prince's Elevation Plays One Generation Off Another

Two views of the new crown prince are emerging in Saudi Arabia, breaking sharply along generational lines: The young view him as a breath of fresh air, but some older Saudis say he may not be ready....

  


Trawling Scientists Find a Better Way to Reel In Fish Poachers

Researchers in Australia and the U.S., backed by Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen, are using satellites to fight illegal fishing—which causes billions of dollars a year in commercial losses and depletes global stocks. ...

  


Canada Braces for Additional Duties on Its U.S.-Bound Softwood-Lumber Exports

Canada is bracing for Washington to slap additional duties on its U.S.-bound lumber exports, an expected move that could complicate efforts to quickly renegotiate the North American Free-Trade Agreement, say lawyers and officials. ...

  


Fuel Truck Explodes in Pakistan, Killing More Than 130 People

At least 132 people were killed and nearly 150 others injured after gasoline spilling from an overturned fuel truck caught fire in central Pakistan on Sunday, officials said....

  


Bungled Attacks, Small Operations Signal New Phase in Terror

Two fouled-up attacks in Europe in recent days signal a shift to a less organized strain of Islamist terror that involves a growing number of assailants determined to kill with any means at hand....

  


Fuel Truck Explodes in Pakistan, Killing More Than 120 People

An overturned tanker caught fire on a highway and killed dozens of people who had rushed to the scene to gather leaking fuel....

  


High-Rises Across England Fail Safety Checks

U.K. authorities said that 34 high-rises across England have failed fire-safety checks triggered by the lethal fire in a London residential tower earlier this month, as concerns grow over the safety of residents in social housing....

  


India Looks for Its Own Elon Musk to Win the Space Race with China

India is going up against China in a new Asian space race, trying to tighten its control of regional skies and alliances by leveraging its ability to send satellites into orbit inexpensively. ...

  


Indonesian Police Station Attacked by Suspected Militants

Authorities say two suspected militants have attacked police in western Indonesia, leaving an officer and an assailant dead....

  


Oil Tanker Explodes in Pakistan, Killing More Than 120 People

An overturned tanker caught fire on a highway and killed dozens of people who had rushed to the scene to gather leaking fuel....

  


Cristina Kirchner Files Candidacy Papers for Argentina's Senate

Former President Cristina Kirchner filed papers to run for Argentina’s Senate, launching a campaign that could, if elected, give her congressional immunity from federal prosecution for alleged money laundering and racketeering during her presidency. ...

  


Mozambique Audit Report Asks, Where Is More Than $1 Billion?

A report by audit and security firm Kroll Inc. finds three state-owned companies in Mozambique can’t account for more than $1 billion in loans and bonds raised on the international market ...

  


Cyberattack Targets U.K. Parliament

The U.K. Parliament on Saturday said a cyberattack targeting user email accounts hit its computer network....

  


Qatar Dismisses Arab Demands as Diplomatic Spat Drags On

The stalemate between Qatar and its Arab neighbors showed no signs of easing after Doha described the demands it received as unrealistic, despite calls for a diplomatic solution by a top Emirati official....

  


China Charges Labor Activist for 'Picking Quarrels'

A Chinese activist who for years has documented worker unrest faced charges of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” on Friday, in a trial seen as a bellwether of Beijing’s approach to containing labor tensions....

  


India's Modi Heads to Trump White House With Relationship Issues

When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the White House on Monday for his first meeting with President Donald Trump, a principle that has long underpinned relations will be at stake: that supporting the growth of a strong India is in America’s national interest....

  


Trump to Host Modi, With Focus on Security, Defense

When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the White House on Monday for his first meeting with President Donald Trump, a principle that has long underpinned relations will be at stake: that supporting the growth of a strong India is in America’s national interest....

  


More Than 120 People Possibly Buried by Landslide in China

A deadly landslide that crashed into a mountain village in Sichuan province in southwestern China was feared to have buried more than 120 people....

  


Saudi Security Forces Foil Terrorist Attack in Mecca

Saudi Arabian security forces foiled a terrorist attack that was targeting the Grand Mosque in the holy city of Mecca, a Saudi interior ministry spokesman said....

  


Pakistan Terror Attacks Kill Dozens

The death toll from multiple terror attacks across Pakistan rose to 72, officials said, making it one of the deadliest days in the country so far this year and prompting the government to ramp up security and counterterrorism operations....

  


High-Rises Across England Fail Safety Checks After London Fire

U.K. authorities said so far at least 27 high-rises across England have failed fire-safety checks prompted by the fire in a London residential tower earlier this month that killed at least 79 people. ...

  


More Than 100 People Possibly Buried by Landslide in China

A landslide that crashed into a mountain village southwestern China’s Sichuan province early Saturday was feared to have buried more than 100 people....

  


Fire Safety Fears Lead to Evacuation of Some Public Housing in London

Some 800 households are being moved from five residential towers in north London after the buildings failed to pass fire safety checks prompted by last week’s lethal blaze in a public housing high-rise....

  


Saudi Security Forces Foil Terrorist Attack in Mecca; One Dead

Saudi Arabian security forces Friday foiled a terrorist attack that was targeting the Grand Mosque in the holy city of Mecca, a Saudi interior ministry spokesman said....

  


Arab States Demand Qatar Close Al Jazeera, Shut Turkish Base

Saudi Arabia and other Arab states have called on Qatar to shut down state broadcaster Al Jazeera and close a Turkish military base in the Persian Gulf state, according to a draft list of demands offered up to end a diplomatic spat. ...

  


May's Offer on Citizens' Rights Draws Tepid EU Reaction

British Prime Minister Theresa May got a lukewarm response to her proposal on the post-Brexit rights of EU citizens in the U.K., with both sides acknowledging that significant differences will need ironing out. ...

  



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