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19:00 World
WeWork delays IPO after frosty investor response

The company has been under pressure to proceed with the stock market flotation to secure funding for its operations.

18:16 NKR
Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan received rector of the National Polytechnic University of Armenia Vostanik Maroukhyan

Issues related to the implementation of a range of programs in Artsakh were on the discussion agenda.
The President underscored the involvement of the National Polytechnic University of Armenia in the development of Artsakh’s social and economic life adding that numerous programs have been brought to life in the country with direct participation of the university.
Source: Central information department of the office of the Artsakh Republic President

17:00 NKR
Artsakh Republic President B. Sahakyan received a group of representatives of the republic’s physical culture and sports sphere

The President conferred an honorary title of the NKR Honored Worker of Physical Culture on two individuals for their input in the development of physical culture and sports. Artsakh Republic minister of education, science and sports Narine Aghabalyan and other officials partook at the meeting.
Source: Central information department of the office of the Artsakh Republic President

16:38 World
Zimbabwe doctors protest at 'abduction' of union leader

Peter Magombeyi had organised a series of strikes over poor pay and working conditions in recent weeks.

16:16 World
Vandals spray paint swastika, deface graves of fallen WWII soldiers in Netherlands

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) the vandals targeted the Mierlo War Cemetery in the southern region of Noord-Brabant, which is the final resting place for 658 soldiers who fought in the Second World War.

15:45 World
Solid gold toilet worth $1M named 'America' stolen from Winston Churchill's birthplace

Police say a 66-year old man was arrested in connection with the theft, however, the 18-karat-gold toilet titled "America" remains missing. Milne said he believes the thieves used at least two vehicles to make off with the golden score.

15:01 World
Apple says $14 billion EU tax order 'defies reality and common sense'

Apple’s arguments at the General Court, Europe’s second-highest, came after the EU executive in 2016 said the tech giant benefited from illegal state aid due to two Irish tax rulings which artificially reduced its tax burden for over two decades.

14:02 World
Blast kills 24 at Afghan election rally, aide says president unhurt

Ghani had been due to address the rally in Charikar, capital of Parwan province, north of Kabul, when the suspected militant attack occurred.

13:28 World
Game of Thrones and Chernobyl propel HBO to top of 2019 creative arts Emmys Sunday night show

Thrones tops all with 10, Chernobyl scores 7; Cherry Jones, Luke Kirby, Jane Lynch and Bradley Whitford are outstanding guest performers; State of the Union sweeps short-form categories.

13:00 World
Stand up to Beijing, Hong Kong singer tells U.S. lawmakers, companies

The Chinese territory has been rocked by more than three months of sometimes violent clashes, with demonstrators angry about what they see as creeping interference by Beijing in Hong Kong’s affairs, despite a promise of autonomy.

12:29 World
Elon Musk says 'pedo guy' tweet was not accusation

Vern Unsworth, 64 - who helped rescue 12 Thai boys from an underwater cave in 2018 - has sued Mr Musk for defamation.

12:02 World
The 10-year-old girl who contracted a brain-eating amoeba while swimming has died

Lily Mae Avant, 10, swam in the Brazos River and Lake Whitney near Waco over Labor Day weekend, CNN affiliate KWTX reported.

11:38 World
Most massive neutron star ever detected strains the limits of physics

Neutron stars are the smallest in the universe, with a diameter comparable to the size of a city like Chicago or Atlanta. They are the leftover remnants of supernovae. But they are incredibly dense, with masses bigger than that of our sun. So think of the sun, compressed into a major city.

11:16 World
Elon Musk claims he didn't intend to accuse British diver of pedophilia

Tesla CEO’s lawyers said ‘pedo guy’ is a common insult used when Musk was a child in South Africa and not meant to ‘accuse a person’.

20:30 World
Nike's 'Dream Crazy' advert starring Colin Kaepernick wins Emmy

Nike released the advert, titled Dream Crazy, in September last year. It featured the former NFL quarterback and the slogan: “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.

19:47 World
Brian Turk dead: Beverly Hills, 90210 actor dies aged 49 following cancer battle

Turk also had many film credits to his name, including American Pie 2, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles, and The Lost World: Jurassic Park.

17:24 World
New Zealand man charged over 'witchcraft' deaths that shocked Fiji

Family of five, including two children, found dead in the highlands in August, with no visible injuries.

16:38 World
After crocodiles, lions take over the streets of Gujarat

A video of seven lions roaming on the streets of Junagadh city road in Guajrat, which is adjacent to the Girnar Wildlife Sanctuary, is going viral online.

15:45 World
Millennium-old royal tomb found in north China

Found in Kailu County in eastern Inner Mongolia, the ceiling of the single-chamber tomb is decorated with crane-patterned murals.

15:01 World
Brian Turk dead: Beverly Hills, 90210 actor dies aged 49 following cancer battle

Turk also had many film credits to his name, including American Pie 2, Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles, and The Lost World: Jurassic Park.

14:44 World
'Game of Thrones' claims 7th Emmy in visual effects

The award was presented during the Creative Arts Emmys at the Microsoft Theater in L.A.

14:05 World
Tunisian exit polls suggest shock victory for political outsiders

Kaïs Saïed and media mogul Nabil Karoui appear to have taken the top two spots and will progress to a runoff.

13:41 World
Kashmir flashpoint risks nuclear war, says Imran Khan

Pakistan's prime minister said he was disappointed in the international response to Narendra Modi's decision to end self rule in Indian administered Kashmir and accused India of conducting genocide.

13:09 World
Hong Kong reopens after weekend of clashes, protests

Thousands of anti-government protesters, many clad in black masks, caps and shades to obscure their identity, raced through the streets, engaging in cat-and-mouse tactics with police, setting street fires and blocking roads in the heart of Hong Kong where many key business districts are located.

13:00 World
Hong Kong reopens after violent weekend of clashes and protests

Authorities moved quickly to douse the fires and police fired volleys of tear gas to disperse them, including in the bustling shopping and tourist district of Causeway Bay.

12:43 World
Magpie attack: Australian cyclist dies while fleeing swooping bird

The 76-year-old cyclist suffered head injuries on Sunday when he veered off a path and crashed into a park fence south of Sydney, police said.

12:29 World
Jojo Rabbit: Nazi satire wins top Toronto film award

The World War II satire about a young boy in 1940s Germany who discovers his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in their house stars Scarlett Johansson and Roman Griffin Davis.

11:16 World
Ric Ocasek, lead singer of the Cars, dies aged 75

New wave singer behind hits including Good Times Roll and Shake It Up found dead in his New York apartment.

10:45 World
China's slowdown deepens in August; industrial output growth falls to 17-1/2 year low

Retail sales and investment gauges also worsened, data on Monday showed, reinforcing views that China is likely to cut some of its key interest rates this week for the first time in over three years to prevent a sharper slump in activity.

10:27 World
Oil soars after attack on Saudi plants shuts in 5% of global supply

Saudi Arabia is the world’s biggest oil exporter and the attack on state-owned producer Saudi Aramco’s crude processing facilities at Abqaiq and Khurais has cut output by 5.7 million barrels per day. The company has not given a timeline for the resumption of full output.

10:00 World
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy protection

Purdue, which filed for Chapter 11 protection in a federal bankruptcy court in White Plains, New York, reached a tentative deal to resolve lawsuits with 24 states and five U.S. territories, as well as lead lawyers for more than 2,000 cities, counties and other plaintiffs, the company said.

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