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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
- China Southern orders 20 Airbus A350-XWB aircraft
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- Canberra couple bringing to life the Sir John Monash Centre
- 'Europe's dirty secret': Chios detention centres are at burs
- Maria Sharapova edges closer to French Open after quarter-fi
- Power plants will have to cut toxic emmisions under new EU r
A Police officer stands guard after a person was arrested following an incident in Whitehall in London, Thursday April 27, 2017.
Westminster terror suspect named
Asia Middle East
- North Korea crisis: Tillerson says US is open to talks
- All discounted tickets on new Shimla-Delhi flights booked ti
- Republicans begin final push on killing Obama-era regulation
- Madhya Pradesh: Seven of a family killed in road accident
- Krishishakti tractors commercially launched in West Bengal
- China warns situation with North Korea at 'critical point'
Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, addresses a high-level meeting of the Security Council on the situation in Syria.
Egypt issues law allowing president to appoint judges
- Syria, sculptural surrealism and Lenin's library pass – the
- Ukip candidate who called Islam evil and founded Sharia Watc
- Syrian youth find freedom in Parkour
- The Latest: Egypt's top imam meets pope, urges coexistence
- Pope Francis in Egyptian capital for historic visit
- Report: Isis fighters slip into Europe posing as injured Lib
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
- Kris Meeke drops from second spot to 15th in Rally Argentina
- Brazil's Fleury: all-time high on strong sales, margins grow
- Brazil's Hering: highest since Dec. 2014 on hopes of sales r
- General transportation strike brings much of Brazil to halt
- Brazil's GPA: shares at 20-month high as Q1 margins jump
- Brazil banks: unions see massive participation in nationwide
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
- South Africa: Zuma Will Attend Cosatu May Day Rally - ANC
- Ras Askia Biffs ENC Others
- School Unesco Club Discusses Peace and Conflict Resolution
- Gambia Set for 7th Regional Open Water Swimming Championship
- Freedom Celebrations an Opportunity to Reflect
- President Commissions ICT Project At Soabe
South African President Jacob Zuma speaks at the official launch of the Trans-Africa Locomotive prototype near Pretoria, South Africa, on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.
Ndileka Mandela: Zuma should listen and step down
Australia Caribbean
- 2017 Heritage Awards: Tramsheds, archaeology expert hailed b
- APS compensation: still crazy after all these years
- The Australian Bird Guide takes flight
- The two four-letter words Australians should stop using
- Waterloo public housing tenants, residents face eviction
- How high is too high for Australia's cannabis stocks?
An elderly woman exercising at Green Lake Park, Kunming, Yunnan, China.
Exercise 'keeps the mind sharp' in over-50s, study finds
- Stranded in the Bahamas: luxury Fyre festival turns to "chao
- Flood of Cuban migrants to United States shrinks to a trickl
- Cops: Illegal immigrant sought in food stamp scam
- 'Festival scam': Two Perth women stranded on remote Bahamas
- Fyre Festival turns from 'luxury' to 'disaster' with ticket-
- Bio-electric plant begins construction in Cuba in cooperatio
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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