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Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 92 By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 22nd April, 2018, 12:08

The celebrations kicked off at Buckingham Palace on Saturday

Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 92

Barbara Bush funeral: 1,500 pay tribute to former first lady

Tributes paid at Barbara Bush's funeral

Mrs Bush was the matriarch of a political dynasty that included two US presidents - her husband George HW Bush and her son George W Bush


Why has Kim Jong-un halted North Korean tests now? Why has Kim Jong-un halted North Korean tests now?

North Korea's declaration will no doubt lead to effusive headlines touting an end to nuclear and long-range missile testing


Japan's Akita dogs melt foreign hearts Japan's Akita dogs melt foreign hearts

The Akita dog preservation association confirms the surging overseas demand for the dogs


Hasina on TIME’s list of 100 most influential people Hasina on TIME’s list of 100 most influential people

The list published by the New York-based weekly on Thursday contains the names of US President Donald Trump, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe


India video reunites man with family after 40 years Indian family reunited after 40 years

Police helps trace Singh, a former soldier who is now 66. He was flown back to live in Manipur on Thursday


2,000 Kachin trapped by Myanmar fighting lack food, medicine 2,000 Kachin trapped by Myanmar

The latest fighting in Kachin state's Tanai region, an area known for amber and gold mining, began in early April with government shelling


Cuba: six decades of Castro power

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The regime begins its move towards communism in May, enacting the first agrarian reform law to allow the expropriation of land


Rohingyas, locals unite to prepare for monsoon in vulnerable camps Rohingyas, locals unite to prepare for monsoon in vulnerable camps

IOM, the UN Migration Agency, has been supporting efforts to prepare the camps


UK makes £212m Commonwealth education aid pledge UK makes Commonwealth education aid pledge

Prime minister Theresa May will pledge £212m, which Downing Street said would allow almost one million more girls to go to school


Sundarbans ecology braces for disaster due to vessel capsizes Sundarbans ecology braces for disaster due to vessel capsizes

A total of eight commercial ships sank in rivers running through the Sundarbans in the last five years from March 14, 2013 to April 14, 2018


All requirements for repatriation in place, claims Myanmar All requirements for repatriation in place, claims Myanmar

The prosecutor is seeking a ruling to “verify that the Court has territorial jurisdiction when persons are deported from the territory of a State


Woman is Muslim, can be buried with husband: Bangladesh court Woman is Muslim, can be buried with husband: Bangladesh court

The court also instructs that her body be released from the mortuary within two days of publication of its judgement and to ensure police protection


Once on the ropes, Indian boxing comes out swinging Indian boxing comes out swinging

India pipped hosts Australia to sit second in the boxing medals table with three golds in Commonwealth Games


Why did India wake up so late to a child rape and murder? Why India woke up so late to a brutal rape

There are protests in the summer capital, Srinagar, demanding a special probe into the incident


Syria crisis: UN chief says Cold War is back UN chief says Cold War is back

Antonio Guterres also warns about the dangers of escalation over Syria


Asifa Bano: The child rape and murder that has Kashmir on edge The brutal crime that has Kashmir on edge

The crime has shocked the community, exposing the fault lines between Hindu-majority Jammu and the Muslim-majority Kashmir valley


Dr. Baker, a man with distinguished humanity Dr. Baker, a man with distinguished humanity

His health center is a blessing for the destitute people in greater Mymensingh area


Child's rape, killing in India mired in religious politics   Child's rape, killing in India mired in religious politics

There have always been differences between India's Muslim minority and Hindu majority


Quota Revision: A Demand of Time Quota Revision: A Demand of Time

Objectivity is another dominant hurdle in placement of candidates for a job in multi-dimensional quota system


Nazi legacy found in Norwegian trees Nazi legacy found in Norwegian trees

The largest vessel in Hitler's Kriegsmarine, it was stationed for much of the war along the Norwegian coast to deter an Allied invasion


Royal wedding: Barack Obama and Donald Trump not among guests Royal wedding: Obama, Trump not among guests

The decision has been made based on the church's size and the fact Prince Harry is only fifth in line to the throne


Tammy Duckworth becomes first US senator in office to give birth US senator first in office to give birth

Ms Duckworth is an ex-army helicopter pilot who had both her legs amputated after crashing in Iraq in 2004


Inside the White House Bible Study group Inside the White House Bible Study group

Every Wednesday, some of the world's most powerful people meet in a conference room in Washington DC to learn about God


Corbyn is 'Kremlin's useful idiot', says Boris Johnson Corbyn 'Kremlin's useful idiot' – Johnson

Moscow has denied the UK government's claim that it was behind the attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia


My friendship with Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

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It was the summer of 1990, and Gary Bedell found himself standing on a New York City sidewalk arguing with Winnie Mandela


Bangladeshi Tanzil becomes emerging global young leader Bangladeshi Tanzil becomes emerging global young leader

Tanzil Ferdous of Bangladesh, 24, actively works towards youth and community development and women’s rights in Bangladesh


Saudi 'Prince Charming' Mohammed bin Salman comes to Hollywood Saudi 'Prince Charming' comes to Hollywood

The conservative kingdom's plan to open up cinemas and Western entertainment after a 35-year ban


China human rights: Wife marches for 'vanished' husband Wife marches for 'vanished' husband

The state-run People's Daily at the time called some of the leading detainees "a major criminal gang that has seriously damaged social order"


Israel and Saudi Arabia: The relationship emerging into the open Saudi remarks on Israel signal key shift

This kind of public recognition of Israel's right to exist in an area associated with ancient Jewish history is rare from a senior Arab leader


YouTube shooting: Who is Nasim Aghdam? YouTube shooting: Who is Nasim Aghdam?

The police are treating the case as a domestic dispute after finding that the suspect intended on targeting her boyfriend


Lack of playgrounds force urban children to lead confined life Lack of playgrounds force urban children to lead confined life

Like the private schools, most of the government primary schools are confined by walls seeming like prisons. There is no space except classrooms


Winnie Madikizela-Mandela: A life of struggle Winnie Madikizela-Mandela: A life of struggle

During her nearly 38-year marriage to Nelson Mandela, she fought for black majority rule even as she vowed to escape the shadow of the great man


Malala's brief but revealing homecoming to Pakistan Malala's brief but revealing homecoming

The family - Malala, her father Ziauddin Yousafzai, her mother and two brothers - flew in a military helicopter to Mingora on Saturday


"Rohingyas surpass Bhutan’s population in Bangladesh"

“It took Bhutan thousands of years to become Bhutan and this is one ‘Bhutan’ in Bangladesh which has emerged in three months’ time”, Prof Imtiaz says


Moscow official says West is trying to deny Russia World Cup West 'trying to deny Russia World Cup'

The UK has been seeking to punish Russia after accusing it of mounting a nerve agent attack in Britain


India probe after exam leak hits 1.6 million students India exam leak hits 1.6 million students

Police have questioned 32 people over the leaks in mathematics and economics papers which were accessed and spread via WhatsApp before the exam


2 British IS members say hostage beheadings were a Hostage beheadings were a "mistake"

The men are allegedly among 4 British jihadis who made up the IS cell nicknamed "The Beatles" by surviving captives because of their English accents


Power to the people: electricity finally reaches Indian landmark Power to the people: electricity finally reaches Indian landmark

Tourists now can spend more time and money at Elephanta, boosting local businesses and jobs


Does Justin Trudeau apologise too much? Does Justin Trudeau apologise too much?

  Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has so far issued four formal apologies for historic injustice…


Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan for first time since shooting Malala returns to Pakistan for first time

She is expected to hold meetings with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi

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