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US secretary of state Mike Pompeo during his visit to Hungary cautioned the government against Chinese and Russian influence.
Pompeo was particularly insistent on Hungry not allowing Chinese telecom giant Huawei access to 5G network.
At least nine people died in a massive fire that broke out in Delhi's Karol Bagh Hotel Arpit Palace early Tuesday morning.
While many others were feared trapped inside the hotel, the authorities rescued around 25 people from the site.
The President of the United States, said Monday that it depends on the Democrats whether there will be a partial government shutdown again this weekend due to lack of funds, as he began a visit to the border with Mexico to continue his campaign in favour of the construction of a wall there.
Cabinet ministers now believe Theresa May is preparing to resign as British Prime Minister this summer so she can influence who succeeds her, The Sun newspaper reported.
Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala died of "head and trunk injuries", an inquest in England heard Monday as it began to examine his death in a plane crash in the sea.