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- Elephants unchained: 'The day has gone by when this was ente
- Trump threatens 'military option' in Venezuela as crisis esc
- US willing to join UN climate talks despite its intent to ex
- Trump denounces Jeff Sessions for being 'weak' on Hillary Cl
- US friendly fire kills at least eight Afghan policemen in He
- Justin Bieber has been banned from China for 'bad behaviour'
Water Pollution with Trash Disposal of Waste at the Garbage Beach
Billions of tons of plastic trash accumulating on Earth, says US researchers
- Finland attack ‘likely terror,’ authorities say
- Nestle's Poland Spring is common ground water, suit alleges
- Fresh waves of terror attacks in Europe
- Barcelona attack: Royals to attend special Mass for victims
- Spain suspect eludes capture
- Not horsing around: donkey trekking in rural France
Big Ben Tower at night. Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, UK
Conservative MPs want Big Ben to 'bong Britain out of EU' on Brexit day
Asia Middle East
- CM K Chandrasekhar Rao gets Global Agriculture leadership aw
- Death of the wild in Hyderabad: Tiger roar muzzled by royal
- Pakistani, Indian poets release book in 2 Punjabi scripts
- In Pakistan, Punjabi has to mind its Ps and Qs
- ICON 17.0 helps students learn managerial skills
- Paradise sullied
INDIA-KALKA-MAIL-TRAIN-ACCIDENT-MALWAN-UTTAR-PRADESHIndia Kalka Mail Train Accident at Malwan Station in Uttar Pradesh in Nothern India ---- WN/BHASKAR MALLICK
At least 20 dead after Indian train derails in Uttar Pradesh
- Fog, humidity to continue in UAE
- Digging deep into human-carnivore conflicts in Iran
- Lebanon and Hezbollah launch simultaneous battles against Is
- Iraqi prime minister says operation to retake Tal Afar from
- PM: Iraqi forces begin operation to retake Tal Afar from IS
- Over 64,000 Iranian pilgrims in Saudi Arabia
Stephen O'Brien, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, briefs the Security Council on the humanitarian situation in Yemen
War in Yemen causing famine, cholera: UN aid chief
South America Africa
- La Soledad review – quietly insightful profile of present-da
- Venezuela 'congress in resistance' rejects new assembly
- ‘A daft football team hiding daft dreams under daft perms’
- Valverde urges Barca to look forward after recent troubles
- President Maduro strips Venezuela’s parliament of power
- Prominent critic of Venezuelan leaders flees country
A group of miners demonstrate against Peru's Government, near to the Congress building in Lima, Peru, Thursday, July 20, 2017.
Peru declares emergency to end protest near Las Bambas copper mine
- Randeep Hooda and Sunny Leone make a splash for Dubai
- Mali peace deal allows chaos to gain upper hand
- Grace Mugabe returns to Zimbabwe despite assault claim
- Ram Gopal Varma says Sunny Leone will make Mammootty and Moh
- Africa: Chan Qualifiers 2018 - Latest Results
- Cranes Qualify for 2018 Chan Despite 2-0 Loss
Faure Essozimna Gnassingbe, President of Togo, addresses the United Nations summit
Togo forces use teargas against protesters seeking end to 50-year ruling dynasty
Australia Caribbean
- University of Sydney announces new fixed minimum ATARs
- Cycling: Meares coach West dies aged 57
- Brisbane traffic: Two crashes turn Bruce Highway into 16km c
- Melbourne bounces back with highest auction clearance rate i
- Melbourne Demons win nail-biter at the MCG to scrape past Br
- NRL: Penrith Panthers pip Canberra Raiders to all-but end th
Sen. Pauline Hanson, bottom left, wears a burqa during question time in the Senate chamber at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017.
Australian far-right leader wears burqa to Senate in bid to ban them
- Tropical Storm Harvey heads through Caribbean
- Barbados has little problem with Harvey
- Exclusive: Mexico's top diplomat visits Cuba to seek help on
- Bending the Arc review – a moving doc about Partners in Heal
- Tropical Storm Harvey bringing rain to Windward Islands
- Royal Caribbean ramping up China efforts with new super-ship
File - U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson thanks U.S. Embassy colleagues and their family members and expresses appreciation for their hard work during a meet and greet at the Ambassador's Residence in Bangkok, Thailand on August 8, 2017
US urges Cuba to probe 'health attacks' on diplomats
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