Monthly Archive: July 2018

France win World Cup in thrilling final in Moscow

France win World Cup

16 July 2018 – France won their second World Cup 20 years after their maiden triumph last night, seeing off a dogged and desperate Croatia side who refused to...

Japanese monsoon death toll reaches over 140

Death Toll From Japan Monsoons Hits 131

10 July 2018 – Rescuers battled today to find dozens of people still missing after torrential rains devastated parts of western Japan, with flooding and landslides leaving 146 dead so...

UK’s top Brexit official quits government

UK's top Brexit official quits government

09 July 2018 – Britain’s most senior official in charge of negotiating the country’s exit from the European Union resigned last night, two days after Prime Minister Theresa May announced...

Record-breaking heat wave kills 33 in Quebec

Record-breaking heat wave kills 33 in Quebec

06 July 2018 – Health authorities in the Canadian province of Quebec said last night that 33 people have died from heat-related complications in the last few days. Eighteen of those...

Rescuers pump out more water to lower levels inside Thai cave

Rescuers Pump Out More Water In Thai Cave

05 July 2018 – With more rain coming, Thai rescuers are racing against time to pump out water from a flooded cave before they can extract 12 boys and their...

Sweden edge Switzerland to reach WC Quarter Finals

Sweden edge Switzerland to reach WC Quarter Finals

04 July 2018 – Switzerland crashed out of the World Cup as they suffered a 1-0 defeat to Sweden in the Round of 16. Hoping to reach the quarter-final, Switzerland...

Red Cross says Rohingya crisis needs political solutions

Red Cross says Rohingya crisis needs political solutions

03 July 2018 – The international Red Cross leader said today humanitarian help alone would not solve the Rohingya refugee crisis and inclusive political solutions are needed for the 700,000...