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FOCUS | Buyer's remorse as Brexit sinks in Sun, Jun 26, 2016, 8:13 PM | Agence France-Presse

Somali Islamist militants attack hotel in Mogadishu Sun, Jun 26, 2016, 2:47 PM | Reuters

US military to lift transgender ban - media Sat, Jun 25, 2016, 11:16 AM | Agence France-Presse

China, Russia eye closer friendship amid tensions with West Sun, Jun 26, 2016, 1:10 AM | Agence France-Presse

UK Labour leader faces revolt over Brexit campaign 1:12 am | Alice Ritchie, Agence France-Presse Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn faced a revolt on Sunday over his handling of Britain's EU referendum as seven members of his top team resigned and others seemed set to follow.

Vatican and Turkey locked in Armenian genocide row Vatican and Turkey locked in Armenian genocide row 12:40 am | Jean-Louis De La Vaissiere, Agence France-Presse Pope Francis on Sunday released peace doves on the Armenia-Turkey border in a gesture of…

Britain must \ Britain must 'quickly' announce exit from EU: commissioner 12:11 am | Agence France-Presse Britain must "act quickly" and notify Brussels of its intention to leave the European Union…

Italy hails mafia killer's arrest as historic 12:01 am | Angus Mackinnon, Agence France-Presse A convicted killer who was one of Italy's most wanted mafia bosses was arrested Sunday…

Malaysian plane intercepted by Indonesian fighter jets: official 11:02 pm | Agence France-Presse A Malaysian military transport plane was intercepted by two Indonesian jet fighters while flying a…

BUSINESS NEWS

Saudi non-oil GDP growth to slow to 2.8 percent this year: central bank chief Saudi non-oil GDP growth to slow to 2.8 percent this year: central bank chief Growth in Saudi Arabia's non-oil gross domestic product is expected to slow to 2.8 percent in 2016 from 3.4 percent in 2015, Saudi central bank…

Taiwan airline to return to normal as flight attendants end strike Taiwan airline to return to normal as flight attendants end strike All scheduled flights of Taiwan's China Airlines will return to normal Sunday after flight attendants ended their strike, according to the carrier Saturday afternoon.

World’s major central banks ready plans after Brexit vote World’s major central banks ready plans after Brexit vote The world's major central banks rushed Friday to deal with financial markets chaos arising from Britain's shock referendum decision to quit the European Union.

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Brexit turmoil alarms Asia, deepens party rows; online petitioners for new poll now at 3.2M 10:05 pm | Elizabeth Piper and Ben Blanchard, Reuters Brexit turmoil alarms Asia, deepens party rows; online petitioners for new poll now at 3.2MTurmoil unleashed by Britain's vote to leave the European Union heightened anxiety in Asia on Sunday, with China, Japan and South Korea fretting over the risk to global financial stability a few hours before markets reopen.

US Supreme Court poised to issue major abortion ruling 9:23 pm | US Supreme Court poised to issue major abortion rulingThe US Supreme Court is due on Monday to issue its first major abortion ruling since 2007 against a backdrop of unremitting divisions among Americans on the issue and a decades-long decline in the rate at which women terminate pregnancies.

FOCUS | Buyer's remorse as Brexit sinks in 8:13 pm | Agence France-Presse FOCUS | Buyer\As the markets crashed, sterling hit a 31-year low and Prime Minister David Cameron resigned, it dawned on some of those who voted for Britain to leave the EU that they may have got it wrong.

Chinese ship to inaugurate wider Panama Canal 6:31 pm | Agence France-Presse Chinese ship to inaugurate wider Panama CanalA giant Chinese-chartered freighter is to nudge its way through the Panama Canal on Sunday to mark the completion of nearly a decade of expansion work forecast to boost global trade.

Kerry heads to Britain amid Brexit crisis 5:14 pm | Agence France-Presse Kerry heads to Britain amid Brexit crisisTop US diplomat John Kerry will fly to Brussels and London on Monday for talks with Washington's key allies in the aftermath of Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

Somali Islamist militants attack hotel in Mogadishu 2:47 pm | Reuters Somali Islamist militants attack hotel in MogadishuSomalia's al Shabaab Islamist group launched a suicide bomb attack on a hotel in the center of Mogadishu on Saturday before fighters stormed inside, police and the militant group said.

History professor Johannesson claims victory in Iceland presidential vote 9:21 am | Agence France-Presse History professor Johannesson claims victory in Iceland presidential votePolitical newcomer and history professor Gudni Johannesson claimed victory in Saturday's presidential election in Iceland, after early results showed him garnering 37.8 percent of votes.

Belgian to head EU Brexit task force 1:58 am | Agence France-Presse Belgian to head EU Brexit task forceThe EU said Saturday it had appointed Belgian Didier Seeuws, a longtime aide to former EU president Herman Van Rompuy, to head the bloc's special task force to negotiate Britain's exit.

China, Russia eye closer friendship amid tensions with West 1:10 am | Agence France-Presse China, Russia eye closer friendship amid tensions with WestChinese President Xi Jinping and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin promised ever-closer cooperation and oversaw a series of deals Saturday, as the two countries deepen ties in the face of growing tensions with the West.

Europe demands quick divorce from divided Britain 12:45 am | David Williams, Deborah Cole, Agence France-Presse Europe demands quick divorce from divided BritainEuropean powers demanded a quick divorce Saturday as Britain's seismic vote to abandon the EU sparked bitter break-up rows at home and abroad.

Big US companies weigh risks from Brexit 11:36 pm | Jeremy Tordjman, Luc Olinga, Agence France-Presse Big US companies weigh risks from BrexitRattled by the Brexit shock, major US companies are seeking more clarity about the future of the British market, their preferred entry port to Europe.

1.5 million sign UK petition for second EU vote 10:25 pm | Agence France-Presse 1.5 million sign UK petition for second EU voteThe website of the parliamentary petition at one point crashed due to the surge of people adding their names to the call for another nationwide poll following Thursday's historic vote.