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World News Hits on Tuesday


Tue 10 Sep 2019 | 10:14 AM
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See News presents the most dominating headlines for the world news on Tuesday.

Afghans Glad Trump Stopped Taliban Talks, Even if They Doubt His Explanation

For several days after Abdul Sami was sent tumbling and knocked unconscious by a powerful Taliban car bombing last week, he had no idea that an American soldier was among the 12 people killed. (The New York Times)

NOAA's acting chief scientist reportedly to investigate effort to bolster Trump

The acting chief scientist at NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is conducting an investigation after a week that ended with the scientific agency issuing a statement that sought to bolster President Donald Trump's erroneous claim that a recent hurricane posed a threat to the state of Alabama. (USA Today)

Iran’s latest nuke deal breach is installation of more than 30 new centrifuges, IAEA says

Iran has installed dozens of advanced centrifuges to accelerate uranium enrichment, the United Nations' atomic watchdog disclosed Monday, a revelation representing just the latest in a series of provocative breaches of the 2015 nuclear deal by the Islamic Republic. (Fox News)

Hong Kong leader says escalation of violence will not solve social issues

An escalation of violence cannot solve social issues in Hong Kong, the leader of the Chinese-ruled city, Carrie Lam, said on Tuesday, adding that she deeply regretted interference by foreign parliaments in the Asian financial hub’s matters. (Reuters)

U.K. Parliament again rejects Boris Johnson’s call for an early election, narrowing the besieged prime minister’s options

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s dreams of an election that would clear his path to Brexit by the end of October were decisively dashed after midnight Tuesday morning, leaving him with no obvious means of making good on his vow of a “do or die” exit from the European Union.  (The Washington Post)

Japan's Abe, headed for longest premiership, seeks stability in cabinet rejig

Speculation has swirled that Abe, poised to become Japan’s longest-serving premier in November, will hand a post to Shinjiro Koizumi, 38, the popular son of an ex-prime minister whom surveys show voters favor as the next leader, but expectations have waned recently. (Reuters)

Israeli Military Drone Crashes in Gaza – IDF

The Hezbollah organisation earlier stated it had downed another Israeli unmanned aircraft over southern Lebanon near the settlement of Ramiyah. The IDF subsequently confirmed it had crashed, but didn’t comment on the possible causes of the incident. (Sputnik)