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PM in Lanka to re-emphasise traditional Buddhist connect

PM in Lanka to re-emphasise traditional Buddhist connect

Sri Lanka's hilly regions home Indian Tamil people who work in tea plantains. Certainly, China has invested heavily in Sri Lanka in recent years, funding airports, roads, railways and ports - installations that can be ostensibly considered to be for economic reasons.



Patients to attend Derriford Hospital as normal after cyber attack

According to Business Insider, as many as 74 different countries have been attacked , even though most reports are coming in from countries in Europe. It is not yet known who carried out the attack but there will be investigations into exactly what happened. "The numbers are extremely low and coming down fast", he said, while cautioning that any change in the original code could lead the worm to flare up again.


European officials hit back at May's claim Brussels interfering in elections

European officials hit back at May's claim Brussels interfering in elections

The EPP said Mr Barnier and Mr Blair will take part in a panel discussion on Brexit and objectives for the upcoming negotiations where the former British prime minister will make his speech. The Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel stepped up the rhetoric again on Friday, insisting: "Those who think in Britain they can push the Brexit button and not have a bill to pay are seriously mistaken".


Merkel in Saudi Arabia for cooperation talks, other issues

Merkel in Saudi Arabia for cooperation talks, other issues

Multiple news outlets noted in their headlines that Merkel chose not to wear a headscarf during the meetings. UK Prime Minister Theresa May had also rejected the strict dress code in place for women in the kingdom, when she arrived in Riyadh recently.


Philippine Congress rejects appointee who ordered mines shut

Philippine Congress rejects appointee who ordered mines shut

Meanwhile, Kalikasan urged President Duterte to ensure that the continuity of the historic mining crackdown and other meaningful reforms pushed by Lopez would still be guaranteed. Lopez had no qualms about attacking the powerful and flouting convention, taking her cue from the country's blunt-spoken president, Duterte, whose war against illegal drugs has led to the killing of thousands of people.