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Gas blasts kill 24, injure 271 in Taiwan
The explosions, believed to have been triggered by gas leaking from underground pipelines, were powerful enough to upturn cars and tear open paved roads. One street had been split along its length, swallowing fire engines and other vehicles.
Train hits bus with bridal party in Bangladesh, 10 killed
Police said the accident occurred at an unguarded railway crossing, allowing cars and buses to move freely across the track during the early hours of Friday.
European Union formally adopts Russia sanctions
The new measures, finally agreed earlier this week after months of hesitation, target Russia’s banking, defence and energy sectors.
US advises against non-essential travel to countries hit by Ebola
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday issued a travel advisory against non-essential travel to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone to curb the spread of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa that has claimed more than 700 lives.
General Suhag takes over as the new India army chief
General Dalbir Singh Suhag on Thursday took over as the new chief of the 1.3 million strong Indian Army. He succeeds General Bikram Singh.
Indian nurses stuck in Libya to be shifted from today
Evacuation of Indians from the strife-torn Libya will begin on Friday with the first batch of 36 nurses from the southern state of Kerala moving to Tunisia in the morning on their way back to the country.
Sierra Leone declares emergency over Ebola
The World Health Organisation reported 57 new deaths between July 24 and July 27 in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria.
Hopes dim for India landslide survivors
About 160 people were thought to have been living in the dozens of damaged houses.
Isolated indigenous make contact with outside world in Brazil
Brazilian experts said the indigenous people likely crossed the border from Peru facing pressure from illegal logging and drug trafficking at home.
India hires masked monkey men to combat macaque menace
The “very talented” group of men has taken to wearing monkey masks, imitating their whoops and barks and hiding behind trees to ward off the aggressive animals.
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