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Italy has threatened to stop vessels of other countries from bringing migrants to its ports.

The United States is boosting security measures for all foreign airlines flying into American airports, but is not, for now, expanding a ban on carry-on laptop computers.

Beijing has hit back at Washington for "irresponsible remarks" after the US criticised its treatment of Chinese Nobel peace laureate Liu Xiaobo.

The United States says it has detected potential preparations for a chemical attack at Syria's Shayrat airfield, which was used in April to launch a chemical attack that killed more than 80 people in Khan Sheikhoun.

The US says it has identified "potential preparations" for another chemical attack in Syria, and issued a stark warning to the Syrian government.

US President Donald Trump has welcomed a Supreme Court ruling allowing his travel ban to be partly reinstated as a "victory for our national security".

Monday, 26 June 2017 08:10

Nine killed as Colombia boat sinks

At least nine people died when a passenger boat sank on a reservoir in north-western Colombia, police say.

Government websites, many of them in Ohio, were hacked Sunday with a message that purports to be supportive of the Islamic State terrorist group.

More than 120 people are missing after a landslide in Sichuan province in south-western China, state media say. About 40 homes were destroyed in Xinmo village in Maoxian county, after the side of a mountain collapsed at about 06:00 local time (22:00 GMT Friday).

At least 141 people were missing and feared buried after a landslide caused by torrential rain destroyed a mountain village in a southwest China’s Sichuan province, state media reported Saturday. The landslide hit the village of Xinmo in Maoxian county before 6 a.m. on Saturday morning, and 46 houses were buried, according to the Sichuan provincial government, state media news reported.

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