4 September 2021 News

Conflict, Afghanistan, Environment, United States, Attack were the most important topics in the news of the Saturday 4 September 2021, but also: Diplomacy, Refugee, Justice, Next, Crime.

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Montenegro clashes ahead of Orthodox leader’s inauguration

Protesters clashed with police Saturday in the southern Montenegrin city of Cetinje as ethnic tensions rose a day ahead of the inauguration...

Komodo dragon, 2-in-5 shark species lurch towards extinction

Trapped on island habitats made smaller by rising seas, Indonesia's Komodo dragons were listed as "endangered" on Saturday, in an update of the...

Sri Lanka offers help with New Zealand knife attack probe

Sri Lanka will cooperate with New Zealand's investigation into a knife rampage by an Islamic State-inspired assailant from the South Asian nation,...

Komodo dragon, 2-in-5 shark species lurch towards extinction

Trapped on island habitats made smaller by rising seas, Indonesia's Komodo dragons were listed as "endangered" on Saturday, in an update of the...

Thai protesters hit the streets as PM clings to power

Pro-democracy protesters vented their anger in Bangkok's heavy rain Saturday after Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-cha survived a no-confidence...

Data security concerns after Indonesian president vaccine certificate leak

Indonesians expressed concerns over the security of their personal medical data Saturday after the president's coronavirus vaccine certificate...

Afghan refugees in Qatar’s World Cup complex fear for families

Qatar has staked much on hosting the 2022 World Cup, but the official accommodation has now assumed a different role from that envisaged by the...

Panjshir resistance holds as Taliban yet to name government

Fresh fighting was reported Saturday between the Taliban and resistance forces in Afghanistan's Panjshir Valley, as the hardline Islamists finalise...

El Salvador’s Bukele gets greenlight to run for re-election

El Salvador's top court Friday said populist President Nayib Bukele would be allowed to run for a second term, despite the country's constitution...

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New Zealand tried for years to deport supermarket attacker : Ardern

New Zealand had been trying for years to deport an Islamic State-inspired radical who went on a frenzied stabbing attack, Prime Minister Jacinda...

Wildlife on a glidepath to ‘mass extinction’ : Red List chief

Nearly 30 percent of the 138,374 species assessed by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List are at risk of extinction,...

Top Afghan TV network stays on-air despite fear of Taliban

As Taliban fighters entered Kabul on the evening of August 15, executives at Afghanistan's biggest independent TV network had a tough decision...

Philippine Airlines files for bankruptcy

Philippine Airlines said Saturday it was filing for bankruptcy in the United States to slash $2 billion in debt as it tries to survive an industry...

Japan’s Kunieda strikes gold as pandemic Games lauded

Wheelchair tennis legend Shingo Kunieda claimed gold for Japan, as the successful staging of the Games was lauded as "remarkable" on Saturday's...

Biden wants Afghan exit to end US global cop role

"America is back," goes President Joe Biden's catchphrase, but his unapologetic exit from Afghanistan shows America won't be back to business...

Biden orders release of secret 9/11 documents

US President Joe Biden on Friday ordered declassification over the next six months of still secret documents from the government investigation...

Blinken, Austin to meet allies on Afghan crisis trip

The US diplomatic and defense chiefs on Friday announced travel next week to Qatar and other allies on the Afghanistan crisis as they strive...