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The wooden vessel, which was bound for neighbouring Malaysia, began taking on water when it was inundated by high waves on Tuesday evening.
Ten people were missing after a boat carrying 20 migrant workers capsized off the coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island, a search and rescue official said Thursday.
‘The Senate GOP Leader has chosen a cover-up for the President, rather than honor his oath to the Constitution,’ House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement.
Prince Harry was spending the first full day of his new life in Canada on Tuesday after jetting in from Britain to join his wife Meghan following their shock exit from their royal roles.
Thunberg was in the audience in the Swiss Alps to hear a typically bullish speech by Trump, delivered just before the start of his Senate impeachment trial in Washington.
A new SARS-like virus has killed six people in China and infected nearly 300 others.
Iran has confirmed two missiles were fired at a Ukrainian airliner brought down this month, in a catastrophic error that killed all 176 people on board and sparked angry protests.
The starkly opposed visions of US President Donald Trump and Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg on climate change will clash in Davos on Tuesday as the World Economic Forum tries to face up to the perils of global warming on its 50th meeting.
An aide said the people, culture, wildlife of Africa were a daily source of inspiration and motivation for the prince.
A dispute between neighbours over a wandering pedigree cat led to court action costing tens of thousands of pounds in legal fees, British media reported on Friday.
It described the government’s response to demands for greater political freedoms – and sky-high living costs – as ‘notably slow, tentative and inconclusive’.
‘Apocalyptic’ weather conditions, from hail to massive walls of dust, with authorities warning that the bushfire season still has weeks to run.
On Friday, the young activist joined a climate protest in the Swiss city of Lausanne featuring placards like ‘Wake Up and Smell the Bushfires!’.
The pair were attempting to swim across a flooded river when they were caught in the strong currents.
With huge tracts of their habitats destroyed, environmental groups have warned the blazes could drive many species to extinction.