Morning brief: Johnson wins vote of confidence, Trudeau denounces China, etc.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson avoided a major scare by winning a vote of confidence to retain his post as the country’s prime minister. After a recent encounter in international airspace over Asia, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denounced Beijing’s “irresponsible and provocative” actions.

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A “decisive” victory, says British Prime Minister Johnson after winning the vote of confidence


After the victory, Boris Johnson called it a “compelling” and “decisive” victory. Johnson needed 180 votes to win. He got 211.

After meeting in international airspace over Asia, Trudeau slams China’s ‘provocative’ actions


Accusing the Chinese air force of unprofessional and risky behavior, Trudeau said Canadian planes deployed in Japan should avoid colliding with Beijing jets.

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The South African government has announced that Rajesh and Atul Gupta of the Gupta family have been arrested in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

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