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Ivanka Trump met with Venezuelan migrants and opposition leaders on Wednesday as the U.S. government announced a new aid package of $120 million for people leaving the crisis-wracked South American nation.

One person died and at least 34 were injured on Thursday when a truck and an express train with 500 people aboard collided in Japan’s second-largest city of Yokohama, setting the truck on fire and derailing half the train.

A car bomb rocked the Afghan capital on Thursday and smoke rose from a Kabul neighborhood housing the US Embassy, the NATO Resolute Support mission and other diplomatic missions. At least three people were killed and another 30 wounded, a hospital director said.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government abandoned attempts in the upper house of parliament to block a law aimed at stopping the country from leaving the European Union without a deal.

A senior US official personally offered several million dollars to the Indian captain of an Iranian oil tanker suspected of heading to Syria, the State Department confirmed Wednesday.

American actor Jennifer Aniston, who never shies away from speaking her mind, opened up about ageing, saying she doesn't "feel any different".

In a major setback to former finance minister P Chidambaram, the Supreme Court on Thursday rejected his plea for an anticipatory bail in the INX money laundering case filed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). The court agreed with the plea of the ED that Chidambaram should be taken into custody for interrogation.

With Pakistan's aim of fomenting trouble in Jammu and Kashmir after India abrogated Article 370 and ended the former state's special status failing miserably, the country's Army and spy agency ISI are together aiming for a major infiltration of terrorists into the newly-created Union Territory.

The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed Iltija Javed, daughter of former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, to visit Srinagar and meet her mother.

China announced that its trade negotiators will travel to Washington early next month for talks with U.S. counterparts, boosting the chances for a resolution to the tariff war after weeks of uncertainty and escalation.

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