Trump’s ex-adviser secretly taped her firing
BRIDGEWATER: Former presidential adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman has said she secretly recorded conversations she had in the White House, including her firing by chief of staff John Kelly in the high-security situation room. It was a highly unusual admission, which drew immediate fire from allies of the president. APChina imposes cooling-off period to check divorce rate Beijing: Chinese courts are imposing “cooling-off” periods to couples seeking legal separation to reconsider their decision in a bid to check the sharp increase of divorce rate in the country. In the past two years, cooling-off periods — lasting from two weeks to three months — have been imposed on couples filing for divorce in 118 courts across Beijing and Sichuan and Shandong provinces, the state-run China Daily reported on Monday. PTILanka’s top cop asks police to learn Hindi, Chinese Colombo: Sri Lanka’s Inspector General of Police Pujith Jayasundera has directed the country’s tourist police personnel to learn international languages, including Hindi, Chinese and French, as the tourism sector is set to be the biggest forex earner for the island nation. As many as 2,06,337 tourists visited Sri Lanka during the first six months of 2018.
Pakistani couple found kissing in car, arrestedIslamabad: A young Pakistani couple have been arrested for allegedly kissing and cuddling in a car here, a media report said on Monday. The couple, aged around 18-19 years, have been booked for “obscene acts”, an offence punishable with imprisonment for up to three months, or with fine, or both, The Express Tribune reported.
Vigo: A cop inspects the seafront platform at Vigo in northwest Spain after a section of a wooden promenade collapsed with people watching a rap artist just before midnight on Sunday. At least 316 people were injured in the mishap.