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A van has ploughed into pedestrians outside a Starbucks cafe in central Shanghai, Chinese state media report. At least 18 people have been injured, three of them seriously, say local... Full Story
Wed 14th, Feb 2018
Israeli police say that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should be charged over alleged bribery cases. A police statement said there was enough evidence to......
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Tue 13th, Feb 2018
Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce said on Tuesday that he did not break any parliamentary rules while conducting an extramarital affair with a......
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Tue 13th, Feb 2018
First it was the Zambian police that stated that importation, possession and sale of sex dolls were illegal under Zambian laws, they are considered......
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Thu 23rd, Nov 2017
Police in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have entered a former Australian-run detention centre in a bid to get asylum seekers who remain there to leave. Hundreds of......
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Fri 24th, Nov 2017
Rwanda has offered to give refuge to around 30,000 African migrants stuck in Libya often in enslaved conditions. It comes in the wake of a video, released by......
Africa
Tue 21st, Nov 2017
At least 50 people have been killed in a suicide bombing in the north-eastern Nigerian town of Mubi, police say. The mosque was packed with worshippers......
Africa
Tue 21st, Nov 2017
Zimbabwe's former vice-president, whose sacking led to last week's army takeover, has urged President Robert Mugabe to resign immediately. Emmerson Mnangagwa......
Africa
Mon 20th, Nov 2017
Zimbabwe's embattled President Robert Mugabe is facing a deadline set by his own party to resign after his surprise speech where he refused to quit. Zanu-PF,......
Africa
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Thu 23rd, Nov 2017
Singapore plans to introduce driverless buses on its public roads by 2022. The government says they will be piloted in three new neighbourhoods which will......
Asia
Mon 06th, Nov 2017
US President Donald Trump has said Japan could shoot North Korean missiles "out of the sky" with military equipment bought from the US. Japan's PM Shinzo Abe......
Asia
Fri 03rd, Nov 2017
The parents of a teenage girl in India have caught their daughter's alleged rapists after police refused to register their complaint. The parents, who are......
Asia
Mon 23rd, Oct 2017
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has promised strong "counter-measures" against North Korea, after winning a decisive victory in Sunday's election. Mr Abe......
Asia
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Thu 02nd, Nov 2017
An Australian woman has been sentenced to up to six years in prison in Colombia for trafficking cocaine. Cassie Sainsbury, 22, was arrested at a Bogotá......
Australia
Wed 01st, Nov 2017
Australian Senate President Stephen Parry has said he will resign, after confirming he is a UK dual citizen. In a statement, Mr Parry said the High Court of......
Australia
Fri 13th, Oct 2017
Three skydivers have died in Queensland after they apparently collided mid-air, say Australian authorities. Paramedics and police were called to Mission......
Australia
Tue 26th, Jul 2016
Australia's prime minister has called a royal commission after a TV investigation showed prison guards assaulting boys in juvenile detention. The Four......
Australia
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Tue 21st, Nov 2017
UK public sector borrowing rose to £8.0bn in October, official figures show, up £500m from a year earlier. The figure comes a day before the Budget, and......
Europe
Fri 17th, Nov 2017
Notorious Sicilian Mafia "boss of all bosses" Salvatore "Toto" Riina has died from cancer in jail, aged 87. Riina was serving 26 life sentences and is......
Europe
Mon 06th, Nov 2017
Italian prosecutors are investigating the deaths of 26 Nigerian women - most of them teenagers - whose bodies were recovered at sea. There are suspicions......
Europe
Thu 02nd, Nov 2017
Eight sacked Catalan ministers have been remanded in custody by a Spanish high court judge over the region's push for independence. Prosecutors had asked the......
Europe
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Thu 26th, Jan 2017
Mexico will not pay for Donald Trump’s border wall, the country’s president has said in a message to the nation. Enrique Pena Nieto said he......
Latin America
Thu 06th, Aug 2015
A whale that strayed into a marina in Argentina's capital Buenos Aires has been led out towards the sea. Hundreds of residents watched on Monday when the......
Latin America
Thu 06th, Aug 2015
Campaign group Amnesty International says Brazil's military police have been responsible for more than 1,500 deaths in the city of Rio de Janeiro in the last......
Latin America
Thu 06th, Aug 2015
Three officials in Haiti's governing coalition announced their resignation on Wednesday in protest at a remark President Michel Martelly made at a campaign......
Latin America
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Mon 23rd, Oct 2017
Egypt's government has disputed reports that more than 50 policemen were killed in a shoot-out with militants in the Western Desert on Friday. The interior......
Middle East
Mon 19th, Dec 2016
At least 57 journalists have been killed around the world in 2016 while doing their job, Reporters Without Borders said on Monday. The press freedom group......
Middle East
Tue 01st, Nov 2016
Iraqi forces have for the first time entered the outskirts of Mosul, as they attempt to drive Islamic State (IS) militants from the northern city. Elite......
Middle East
Thu 06th, Oct 2016
At least 29 people, most of them rebel fighters, have been killed in a bombing near Syria's border with Turkey, activists say. The attack reportedly occurred......
Middle East
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Tue 21st, Nov 2017
US talk show host Charlie Rose has been suspended by several television networks following allegations of sexual harassment. Eight women accused the veteran......
US & Canada
Tue 21st, Nov 2017
The US Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit to block telecoms giant AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner, the owner of CNN and HBO. The department said the......
US & Canada
Fri 03rd, Nov 2017
US President Donald Trump's Twitter account briefly vanished on Thursday but has since been restored, the social media company said. An employee deactivated......
US & Canada
Tue 31st, Oct 2017
Facebook has said as many as 126 million American users may have seen content uploaded by Russia-based operatives over the past two years. The social......
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