Zlatan Ibrahimovic broke 500 points in scoring goals for the club with two goals on Sunday to send Milan the top spot in Serie A with a 4-0 win over modest Crotone.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday condemned the coup in Myanmar after the military seized power and imposed a state of emergency, saying Aung San Suu Kyi and other civilian leaders “must” be freed. “I condemn the coup and unlawful imprisonment of civilians, including Aung San Suu Kyi, in Myanmar. “The vote of the
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An Afghan military helicopter crashed in central Wardak province, killing all nine on board, officials said Thursday. According to a statement from the Afghan Ministry of Defense, the crash of the Mi-17 helicopter landed in the Hesa-e Awal Behsud district, killing four crew members and five members of the security forces. An investigation was underway, the statement said. Local officials said the helicopter was en route to evacuate a wounded soldier from the disputed province at the time of the incident. Meanwhile, four people were killed and nine others injured in the capital Kabul in an explosion that targeted a minibus, Kabul police said. The vehicle was owned by the telecommunications ministry and was also carrying employees of other government departments, spokesman for Kabul police chief Ferdous Faramarz said. The incident has not been claimed by any group to date. The incidents unfolded as a high-level summit aimed at finding […]
At least 18 anti-coup protesters were killed Sunday in one of the deadliest days since Myanmar was thrust back under military rule, as a group of ousted MPs urged citizens to “defend themselves” during the nation’s “darkest moment”. Myanmar has been in turmoil since the military wrenched civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi from power in a February 1 putsch, triggering a mass uprising that has seen hundreds of thousands protest daily for a return to democracy. The junta has repeatedly justified its power grab by alleging widespread electoral fraud in November’s elections, which Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy party won by a landslide. In response, a group of elected MPs, many of whom are in hiding, have formed a shadow “parliament” called the Committee for Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) — the Burmese word for the country’s governing bloc — to denounce the military regime. They issued a statement […]