The three months of huge, sometimes violent pro-democracy protests in the semi-autonomous Chinese city are overwhelmingly youth-led.
Eight bodies have been recovered, down from a previous tally of 12, after the accident on the Godavari river in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh on Sunday.
Under French law, an employee is considered at work for the entire duration of a business trip, unless the company proves otherwise.
In July, NBC reported that intelligence officials in the United States had received information that Hamza bin Laden had been killed, but gave no details of the date or place.
Rescue teams including divers and a helicopter were scouring the river looking for clues.
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper confirmed the death last month, saying it was “his understanding” that Bin Laden was dead, but Trump and other senior officials had not publicly confirmed the news.

Death toll from Spain floods rises to four

Around 3,500 people have been evacuated from their homes, with some airports closing and schools suspended on Friday.

At least ten dead in Rio hospital blaze

The blaze was thought to have been caused by a short circuit in a generator, though the city mayor said sabotage could not be ruled out.

Hong Kong hills shine with protest lights in festival-themed rally

Friday evening marks the start of the mid-autumn festival, one of the most important celebrations in the Chinese calendar.

At least 10 dead in Rio de Janeiro hospital blaze – fire service

The blaze was brought under control and firefighters searched until the early hours of Friday to recover bodies from the scene.

Climate campaigners plan Heathrow drone shutdown

Climate activists planned to fly toy drones around London’s Heathrow Airport on Friday in a controversial effort to shut down Europe’s busiest travel hub over the weekend.

12 drown in India in religious ceremony

The boats carrying 20-25 people tipped over in the early hours in Bhopal.

About 1,300 still missing in hurricane-hit Bahamas: officials

‘Based upon information I have, based on my knowledge, there are hundreds of people who died,’ former premier Hubert Ingraham said on Wednesday.

Johnson denies lying to Queen in Brexit crisis

Problems are mounting for Johnson, who finds himself increasingly boxed in on Brexit.

Boris Johnson under fire over no-deal Brexit assessment

The ‘Operation Yellowhammer’ papers revealed that preparedness for leaving the EU without an agreement remains ‘at a low level’.

Oil spill adds to Dorian-induced woes as Bahamas starts cleanup

Dozens of residents have set up tents among the rubble that was once their homes.

Indonesia forest fires surge, stoking global warming fears

Illegal blazes to clear land for agricultural plantations have been raging on Sumatra and Borneo islands.

US to ban flavored vaping products as lung disease cases surge

Several teens across the country have been placed in medically induced comas, including one whose doctors said he may require a lung transplant if he recovers.

Scottish court hands Boris Johnson fresh Brexit blow

Critics accuse him of trying to silence opposition to his plan to leave the European Union on October 31 even if he has not agree exit terms with Brussels.

New ‘Ms Monopoly’ game sees women make more money than men

The game will be available from mid-September in the US as well as in a range of other countries.

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