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- Georgia parents win legal battle to name baby girl Allah
- A third of US millennials still live at home, census report
- Russia claims to have weapon that could cripple the US Navy
- What is the historical evidence that Jesus Christ lived and
- Afghanistan bomb: Trump finds the keys to the family gun cab
US President Donald Trump at the White House, Washington, 12 April, 2017.
Donald Trump sends US dollar to five-month low after saying the currency is getting too strong
- Gold eases in French election afterglow; safe-haven demand s
- Italy - Factors to watch on April 25
- Jean-Marie Le Pen holds key to second round - archive, 1988
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- Setting the scene for movie cooperation
- Serbia Takes Initiative To Further Ambitions
The Scottish (Scotland) Saltire flag flies on the Foreign Office building in London for St Andrew's Day, UK
Scots don't want another independence vote: Kantar poll
Asia Middle East
- 'Mass murder' complaint launched against Philippines preside
- Converting coal would help China's smog at climate's expense
- `IIT Ropar to get new campus by 2019'
- Probe ordered into Tamil Nadu kids in bonded labour at Nashi
- M K Stalin wants judicial probe into guard's killing at Jaya
- Govt preparing norms for credit enhancement fund to bolster
President of the United States Donald Trump speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland
North Korea nuclear: White House to summon Senate for briefing
- Partly cloudy, windy weather forecast for UAE
- US imposes sanctions on Syrian researchers in response to al
- Torture of detainees in Afghanistan persists
- UN human rights expert condemns “defamatory” Iran report
- Anzac Day: Afghanistan veteran tells Canberra dawn service o
- Saudi Arabia elected to UN women's council despite gender in
In this Friday, Feb. 3, 2017 file photo, migrants and refugees wait to be helped by members of the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms, as they crowd aboard a rubber boat sailing out of control in the Mediterranean Sea about 21 miles north of Sabratha, Libya.
Italy migrant crisis: Charities 'colluding' with smugglers
South America Africa
- China becomes Brazil's biggest investor so far in 2017
- Chile rocked by 6.9-magnitude quake; no major damage reporte
- Huge robbery sparks gun battles in Paraguay and Brazil
- Venezuelans stage sit-in on roads to protest government
- Chile earthquake prompts evacuations in Valparaiso, near San
- HNA to replace Odebrecht in airport group, Brazil minister s
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
- BRIEF-Baiyin Nonferrous' unit to invest in South Africa's Si
- African children’s tale is parable for our time
- Malaria vaccine trials for Africa to begin ‘soon’
- Ex-Guinea minister charged with laundering bribes goes to tr
- Former Perth student pleads not guilty to murdering his fami
- ​Gift of the Givers pressed for answers on Shiraaz Mohamed k
File - Actor Matt Damon, co-founder of, takes part in a panel discussion on the global water crisis during the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, in Park City, Utah.
Matt Damon: ‘Children are drinking water so dirty it looks like chocolate milk’
Australia Caribbean
- Manus Island police chief says he has not been contacted by
- Manus Island controversy: who said what and when
- Broadband limbo remains as ACCC fails to break Telstra, NBN
- The James Morrison Quartet set to impress at Canberra Intern
- South Sydney Rabbitohs' Sam Burgess: My brother knows what t
- Sydney FC marquee Bobo closing in on a new deal to remain in
Vice President of the United States Mike Pence speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland
Mike Pence to meet Malcolm Turnbull and business leaders in Sydney
- JetBlue hopes third time’s a charm with Cuba flight bid
- Jennifer Lopez calls boyfriend Alex Rodriguez the 'greatest
- President of Seychelles Travels to Cuba to Witness Opening o
- Anyika Onuora: the untold story of Britain’s Rio Olympic med
- Eight 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condos in D.C.’s Trinidad list f
- Haiti leader expected to plead guilty in US drug case
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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