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Here is how international media is reporting events happening all over the world from politics, life, culture to entertainment.


Major earthquake hits southern Mexico

A powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake has hit southern Mexico, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS). The tremor on Tuesday struck eight kilometres southeast of Atencingo in the central state of Puebla at a depth of 51km, the USGS said. The quake also shook buildings in the capital, Mexico City, and sent people fleeing into the street, according to reports.

Oops! Wedding guests in fashion faux pas

For many women, turning up to a 'do' in the same dress as someone else would be crushing, but when you find five other wedding guests have picked the same outfit all you can probably do is laugh.

Apple's iOS 11 upgrade kills off old apps

Owners of iPhones and iPads who install the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system will find that some older apps will stop working. The move will generally affect apps that have not been updated in the past two years. Although many will have been abandoned by their developers, owners will still use some of them frequently.

Puerto Rico Braces for 'Potentially Catastrophic' Hit by Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Irma knocked out the basic infrastructure in St. Thomas and St. John, leaving thousands of residents without homes, electricity, water, and telecommunications. St. Croix was virtually unscathed by Irma and has become the U.S. government's central command base for relief efforts in the region.

Above the oil: Inside a gated US compound in Saudi Arabia

Sarah Hassan, CNN * Published 20th September 2017 (CNN) - Women behind the wheel of a car, residents drinking alcohol and baseball as a regular pastime: It doesn't sound like the Saudi Arabia of the world's imagination.

Why were 39 Burundian refugees shot dead in the Congo?

Congolese security forces opened fire on Burundian refugees on Sept 15 39 refugees killed, 94 injured - 57 critically DRC has launched probe There are 44,000 Burundian refugees in DRC On Friday, Congolese forces opened fire on a crowd of protesting Burundian refugees in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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