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Breastfeeding mum forced to stand on rush hour train Breastfeeding mum forced to stand on train

The blogger, who is also mum to three-year-old Oliver, urges people to "be kinder" if they saw others struggling


Israel's top court says West Bank village can be demolished West Bank village can be demolished

The court rules Wednesday that its stay will expire in seven days, after which the village can legally be demolished


Newly married British couple books entire train for honeymoon trip to Nilgiri hills Newly married British couple books entire train in India

A newly married British couple chartered an entire train to travel from Mettupalayam to Udhagamandalam to spend their honeymoon in the Nilgiri hills


Kerala: Flood-hit India state battles rat fever outbreak Flood-ravaged Kerala battles rat fever

The government has asked everyone who came into contact with flood waters to take medication as a precautionary measure to avoid an epidemic


64- year-old  freedom fighter to swim 186 kms to set Guinness World Record 64- year-old FF to swim 186 kms to set Guinness Record

Khitindra started the swimming jumping into the river from the west side of a bridge in Nalitabari upazila headquarters in Sherpur at 7am on Monday


Gymkhana Lake: A breath of fresh air for Narayanganj Gymkhana Lake: A breath of fresh air for Narayanganj

A pedestrian bridge in the middle of the lake is another beautiful spot on the Gymkhana Lake


Why a village in New Zealand is trying to ban all cats The village that wants to ban all cats

Under the initiative, proposed by Environment Southland, cat owners will have to neuter, microchip and register their moggies with local authorities


After Flood, Tourism in India's Kerala Left a Muddy Mess After Flood, Tourism in India's Kerala Left a Muddy Mess

Some 1,500 houseboats are tied up at Alappuzha, going nowhere, with many of the owners still paying off loans taken to buy the boats


US state is first to define what can be considered meat US state is first to define what can be considered meat

The group hopes other states will follow Missouri's lead


Why Facebook banned Myanmar army chief Why Facebook banned Myanmar army chief

In all, Facebook has removed 18 accounts linked to Myanmar and 52 Facebook pages. One account on Instagram, which Facebook owns, is also closed


Unfit for porpoise: Naughty dolphin causes French beach ban Unfit for porpoise: Naughty dolphin causes French beach ban

Sami Hassani, a specialist in marine mammals at the Oceanopolis sea park, says the dolphin could accidentally cause "serious injuries" with its tail


Venezuela migrant crisis: Peru receives asylum requests Venezuelans request asylum in Peru

Tens of thousands of Venezuelans are fleeing their country amid chronic shortages of food and medicines


Canada's 'most racist city' makes a comeback Canada's 'most racist city' makes a comeback

Over 3,000 children died while at the schools over the last century, and many others experienced physical and sexual abuse


Rohingya who stayed behind still persecuted in Myanmar Rohingya who stayed behind still persecuted in Myanmar

The Rohingya exodus has threatened Myanmar's tense transition to democracy and shattered the image of its leader, Nobel peace prize laureate Suu Kyi


Russia says 63,000 troops have seen combat in Syria Russia's military role in Syria grows

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says at least 7,928 civilians and 10,069 combatants have been killed in Russian air strikes


Resilient and resourceful, Rohingya diaspora carve out new lives Rohingya diaspora carve out new lives

Many fled Myanmar as children. Some have been granted refugee status, others live in the shadows with no legal status or protection


Sweden launches 'feminist foreign policy' manual Sweden launches 'feminist foreign policy' manual

The manual is derived from four years of work to place gender equality at the heart of the country's international agenda


Trump ex-lawyer Cohen 'happy' to aid Russia probe Trump ex-lawyer Cohen 'happy' to aid Russia probe

He says he had paid hush money to two women who alleged they had affairs with Trump, at the direction of "the candidate" - a clear reference to Trump


Spain's 'wolf pack' sex attackers confronted at Seville pool Spain's 'wolf pack' sex attackers confronted at Seville pool

The men are originally from Seville, where at least two are recognised by other bathers at the public pool in Palomares del Río on Saturday


Child passive smoking 'increases chronic lung risk' Child passive smoking 'increases chronic lung risk'

The researchers says childhood passive smoking was "likely to add seven deaths to every 100,000 non-smoking adults dying annually"


The hajj pilgrimage and its significance in Islam The hajj pilgrimage and its significance in Islam

The hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam, and all able-bodied Muslims are required to perform it once in their lifetime


Murders leave Rohingya camps gripped by fear Murders leave Rohingya camps gripped by fear

Police in Cox's Bazar district are investigating 21 refugee murders, many in recent months, which they blame on score-settling and turf wars


The world's first floating cow-farm making waves in Rotterdam Floating cow farm brings new hope in Rotterdam

The farm also aims to reuse and recycle as much as it can


Colorado father arrested after wife and two daughters disappear Colorado father arrested after family disappears

Shanann Watts, 34, was 15 weeks pregnant when she was reported missing on Monday along with the couple's daughters Celeste, 3, and Bella, 4


Nuisance in public places by hijras sharply rising Nuisance in public places by hijras sharply rising

Social Welfare Minister Rashed Khan Menon says the number of hijra is 11,039 in the country according to statistics of social service department


Ancient Egyptian mummification 'recipe' revealed Egyptian mummification 'recipe' revealed

The Egyptian Museum in Turin, Italy, is now home to the mummy in question



Vienna ranked as most liveable city in the world The world's most liveable city named

The worldwide league table ranks 140 cities on a range of factors, including political and social stability, crime, education and access to healthcare


Nuclear boy statue irritates Fukushima Nuclear boy statue irritates Fukushima

The statue is erected in early August and its creator says it is about hope for a world free from nuclear disaster


Joy’s birthday in 1975 was Bangabandhu’s last family function Joy’s birthday in 1975 was Bangabandhu’s last family function

Bangabandhu joined the birthday function of Joy on July 27


Russian nationalists hope for return of a czar Russian nationalists hope for return of a czar

The Union of Orthodox Banner Bearers is a fringe group of Russian nationalists with no political power that stages processions to promote their views


Zimbabwe election: Inauguration delayed after result challenged Zimbabwe presidential inauguration delayed

Mr Mnangagwa won 50.8% of the vote compared with Mr Chamisa's 44.3%


One million Uighurs held in political camps: UN One million Uighurs held in political camps: UN

The World Uyghur Congress says in its report that detainees are held indefinitely without charge, and forced to shout Communist Party slogans


Make people aware about responsible digital lifestyle: Experts Make people aware about responsible digital lifestyle: Experts

Jabbar, also a noted IT expert, says people must know about digital lifestyle and be aware of its responsible use and protection


Drought declared in entire state of New South Wales Entire Australian state now in drought

A dry winter has intensified what has been called the worst drought in living memory in parts of eastern Australia


Former UK minister Johnson 'won't apologise' for burka comments Johnson 'won't apologise' for burka comments

The former foreign secretary has been criticised for saying Muslim women wearing burkas "look like letter boxes" and comparing them to "bank robbers"


Bangabandhu wanted to pass last days of life with daughter Hasina Bangabandhu wanted to pass last days of life with daughter Hasina

As a political leader, Bangabandhu spent most of his time for the mass people


US police find 11 starving children in New Mexico compound US police find 11 starving children in New Mexico compound

Police describe the compound as a small underground caravan covered by plastic, with no running water or electricity


August 21 grenade attack trial likely to conclude this month August 21 grenade attack trial likely to conclude this month

A total of 24 AL leaders and workers including the then Mohila AL President and wife of late President Zillur Rahman, Ivy Rahman, were killed


Chile bans supermarket plastic bags Chile bans supermarket plastic bags

The new legislation, approved by Congress and enacted by President Sebastián Piñera, gives small shops two years to adapt to a total ban

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