Tunisia's democracy in crisis as violence continues after president ousts government

Troops have surrounded Tunisia's parliament building as supporters and opponents of the president clashed with each other following his dismissal of the prime minister.

Nine people killed by landslide as India battles heavy monsoon rains

Nine people have been killed in a landslide in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh after boulders fell and hit a vehicle they were travelling in.

'It just means the world to me': Swimmer Adam Peaty wins Team GB's first gold medal of Tokyo Olympics

Adam Peaty has won gold in Tokyo, becoming the first British swimmer to defend an Olympic title.

Tunisia president accused of 'coup' after dismissing PM and suspending parliament

Tunisia's president has been accused of staging a coup by his opponents after he dismissed the prime minister and froze parliament following violent demonstrations over the country's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Former cyber security chief raises alarm over sale of Welsh microchip manufacturer to Chinese-backed company

The UK's former cyber security chief has raised the alarm over the sale of a Welsh microchip manufacturer to a Chinese-backed company.


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