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- Trump's immigrant crime hotline receives calls about aliens
- Uber driver charged with raping California woman in car
- Arctic thaw to cause up to $90 trillion damage to roads and
- American Airlines says sorry to woman hit with buggy by staf
- Georgia parents win legal battle to name baby girl Allah
- A third of US millennials still live at home, census report
Russia's intercontinental ballistic missile RT-2PM2 Topol-M, SS-27 "Sickle B, during 2013 Moscow Victory Day Parade
Russia claims to have weapon that could cripple the US Navy
- German parliament moves to partially ban the burka
- New Ambassador to France appointed
- May tries to warm Brexit atmosphere with Europe
- China, Russia note strategic importance tied to relationship
- Germany approves partial ban on burqa
- Film festival spotlights racism in France as hate crimes inc
French far-right leader and candidate for the presidential election Marine Le Pen looks on as she visits a pork-farm in Pordic, westernFrance, Thursday March 30, 2017. The two-round presidential election is set for April 23 and May 7.
Marine Le Pen's path to victory is much narrower than Donald Trump's was in 2016
Asia Middle East
- Toppers on your marks, sprint to new dreams after their JEE
- Vietnam domestic market commodity prices - April 28
- CBOT July soybeans may test support at $9.52-1/2
- IPL 2017: Rain in Kolkata threatens Delhi Daredevils’ stumbl
- Geopolitics cast shadow over Abe-Putin talks
- Chinese initiative will benefit all participants
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Gold Darth Vader mask goes on sale in Japan
- Israel strikes installation near Damascus
- Donald Trump: "Saudi Arabia has not treated us fairly"
- Exclusive: Trump complains Saudis not paying fair share for
- Trump: Saudis 'not treated us fairly'
- Taliban announce start of spring offensive
- China plans to extend CPEC to Afghanistan for global anti-te
Saudi policemen form a check point outside Al Rajhi mosque where a demonstration was expected to take place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Friday, March 11, 2011.
Man ‘sentenced to death for atheism’ in Saudi Arabia
South America Africa
- Widow of Chapeco victim rebuilds life by taking his job at s
- Trump on Twitter (April 27) - NAFTA, Whistleblower, Argentin
- FIFA confirms video refereeing at 2018 World Cup
- Venezuela opposition leader denounces 'savage repression'
- Agustín Edwards Eastman, Chilean publisher who backed Pinoch
- FOB Gulf Grain-Corn premiums hold steady on solid demand
People protest in homage to the at least 20 people killed in unrest generated after the nation's Supreme Court stripped congress of its last powers, a decision it later reversed, during a silent march to the Venezuelan Episcopal Conference in Caracas, Venezuela, Saturday, April 22, 2017. The sign reads in Spanish "This is the dictatorship that Chavez and Fidel dreamed of."
Thousands march in Venezuela in honour of those killed in unrest
- Indian-origin father strangles son to death in South Africa
- ‘Dabka’ Tribeca Review: A Scraggly Evan Peters Teams Up With
- Reception hosted to mark 23rd Freedom Day of South Africa
- Gambia: Progress in first 100 days of Barrow government requ
- Kenyan opposition names Odinga as its candidate for presiden
- Google Maps has shifted Collins Street to the middle of Afri
File - In this Monday May 30, 2016 file photo, Chad's former dictator Hissene Habre raises his hand during court proceedings in Dakar, Senegal. An appeals court in Senegal has upheld the life sentence for former Chad dictator Hissene Habre on war crimes charges.
Ex-Chad dictator's conviction for crimes against humanity upheld by Dakar court
Australia Caribbean
- Malcolm Turnbull tries to reassure New Zealand over citizens
- The hypocrisy that lies behind the reaction to seven words f
- Morning News Call - India, April 28
- Romany Brodribb
- Artist weaves wonders to recycle single-use coffee cups and
- Murray Goulburn: Competition watchdog takes legal action ove
An elderly woman exercising at Green Lake Park, Kunming, Yunnan, China.
Exercise 'keeps the mind sharp' in over-50s, study finds
- What has President Trump said about your country in his firs
- Dominican diplomat pleads guilty, cooperating in UN case
- Cheap Southwest flights to Puerto Rico, and more of the best
- Trump rejects push to help solve Puerto Rico debt crisis
- On &#39Girls in ICT Day,' UN agencies encourage girls, women
- Trump on Twitter (April 27) - NAFTA, Puerto Rico, Military
Jamaica's Asafa Powell, after the men's 4 x100-meter relay, during the athletics competitions of the 2016 Summer Olympics at the Olympic stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Athletics: Blow for Jamaica as Powell withdraws from Jamaican World Relays
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