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සදුදා, 31 අගෝස්තු 2015 09:33

PM Najib Razak calls for unity

Malaysia's PM Najib Razak has refused to resign after mass protests, and has called for national unity.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets at the weekend, urging Mr Najib to step down over allegations he took hundreds of millions of dollars of public funds.

සදුදා, 31 අගෝස්තු 2015 09:29

Migrant crisis: EU calls emergency talks

The European Union has called emergency talks on tackling the bloc's escalating migration crisis.
The EU presidency said interior ministers from all 28 member states would hold an extraordinary meeting on 14 September, and the crisis had reached "unprecedented proportions".

ඉරිදා, 30 අගෝස්තු 2015 14:04

Europe Reels From More Migrant Deaths on Land and Sea

VIENNA — Europe reeled from fresh shocks in its escalating migration crisis Friday, with reports that 150 people drowned in the Mediterranean and news that far more bodies had been found crammed in an abandoned refrigeration truck in Austria than first thought.

ඉරිදා, 30 අගෝස්තු 2015 13:55

Al Jazeera Journalists Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison in Egypt

CAIRO — An Egyptian judge on Saturday handed down an unexpectedly harsh verdict in the trial of three journalists from the Al Jazeera English news channel, sentencing them to three years in prison on charges that legal experts said were unfounded and politically motivated.

ඉරිදා, 30 අගෝස්තු 2015 13:51

Samsung's Galaxy S6 failure hits suppliers

TOKYO -- Overseas parts and machinery makers are bracing for another "Samsung shock" as the South Korean consumer electronics giant struggles with sluggish sales of its latest smartphone model, the Galaxy S6.

ඉරිදා, 30 අගෝස්තු 2015 13:47

38 People Killed in Truck Crash in Swaziland

JOHANNESBURG — At least 38 girls and young women were killed in a crash while traveling by truck to a traditional festival in Swaziland, a pro-democracy group said on Saturday.

ඉරිදා, 30 අගෝස්තු 2015 13:02

Will it be Clinton vs. Bush again, or a dark horse?

The election of a new U.S. president following a two-term incumbent typically sets off a momentous shift in global affairs. Such shifts occurred when Bill Clinton and George W. Bush left the White House after serving eight years, and a similar change is likely after Barack Obama's second term ends in January 2017.

සිකුරාදා, 28 අගෝස්තු 2015 08:01

Facebook has a billion users in a single day, says Mark Zuckerberg

For the first time over a billion people used Facebook on a single day, according to company founder Mark Zuckerberg.

සිකුරාදා, 28 අගෝස්තු 2015 07:58

Virginia shooting: Alison Parker's father in gun reform appeal

The father of Alison Parker, one of two journalists killed live on air, has appealed to US President Barack Obama to push through tougher gun laws.

සිකුරාදා, 28 අගෝස්තු 2015 07:50

Gujarat remains tense after Patel caste violence

Tension prevails in India's Gujarat state where two days of caste-related violence has left eight people dead.

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