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A really simple guide to the US mid-term elections Trump's biggest test: All you need to know

These elections happen every four years in November – so-called because they take place in the middle of the president’s four-year term of office


Derelict street children susceptible to drug addiction Derelict street children susceptible to drug addiction

After completing the glue, the children started behaving abnormally. They were laughing loudly, scuffling one-another, using abusive words and so on


Brett Kavanaugh accusations: Are young men in America scared? Are young men in America scared?

Mr Trump was expressing support for Mr Kavanaugh as the FBI investigates claims of sexual misconduct by several women


Democrats dazzled by rising star in Texas Democrats dazzled by rising star in Texas

His toes are well over the edge of the boards and his suede shoes are soaking up dark splashes of sweat from his brow


First woman Physics Nobel winner in 55 years

First woman Physics Nobel winner in 55 years

Donna Strickland, from Canada, is only the third woman winner of the award, along with Marie Curie, who won in 1903, and Maria Goeppert-Mayer


An Indian village's fight to take the 'poo to the loo' An Indian village's fight to take the 'poo to the loo'

The Indian government says it has built more than 86 million toilets across the country of 1.25 billion people since October 2014


Indonesian quake: Bodies found in church buried by landslide Bodies found in ruins of Palu church

The bodies of 34 Indonesian students have been found under a church


Recent winners of the Nobel Medicine Prize Recent winners of the Nobel Medicine Prize

Here is a list of the winners of the Nobel Medicine Prize in the past 10 years


The Nobel Prizes in numbers The Nobel Prizes in numbers

5 prizes were created by Alfred Nobel in his 1895 will, for medicine, physics, chemistry, literature and peace, which were awarded from 1901


British Raj-era family keen to return priceless Indian artifacts British Raj-era family keen to return priceless Indian artifacts

Shore is now keen to return a silver rose bowl dated 1906, which was found in a family chest that lay unopened for decades


Why France's Macron talks tough on Brexit Why France's Macron talks tough on Brexit

France's most important trading relationship is with Germany and the rest of the single market



New name, same country? A choice for Macedonians

Change of identity: Macedonians to vote on new name

The new name would end a decades-long dispute with neighbouring Greece and clear a path towards joining the EU and Nato


Joy joins intervention on digital transformation in NY Joy joins intervention on digital transformation in NY

“The private organisations also helped build digital infrastructure under the Public Private Partnership,” says PM’s ICT adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy


Taller plants moving into warmer Arctic Taller plants moving into warmer Arctic

The finding comes from scientists who have analysed three decades of measurements


Grameenphone, Telenor, UNICEF roll out safe internet programme Grameenphone, Telenor, UNICEF roll out safe internet programme

The programme has been specially designed to engage and empower 400,000 children aged between 11 and 16 years and sensitize 50,000 parents


Orange turns purple: Australian scientists solve fruit mystery Mystery of sudden 'purple' orange solved

Scientists have now revealed it was due to a natural reaction between the fruit and a sharpened knife


Portuguese 400 year old shipwreck found off Cascais 400-year-old shipwreck found off Portugal

Spices, ceramics and cannons engraved with Portugal's coat of arms all lie around the wreck, found near Cascais, close to the capital Lisbon


Switzerland considers tighter rules on sustainable 'fair food' Switzerland votes on 'fair food' laws

The votes follow scandals in the last few years over horse meat in lasagne and the destruction of rain forests to make way for palm oil


Over 3 million deaths due to excessive drinking in 2016, says WHO Over 3 million deaths due to excessive drinking in 2016, says WHO

Globally, about 2.3 billion people are current drinkers


Mission implausible: Russians mock improbable spy duo Russians mock improbable spy duo

The appearance by Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov on Kremlin-funded TV to claim that they were tourists - not hired assassins


Marco Minniti: The man who cut the migrant flow to Italy The man behind Italy's migrant drop

Now, out of office, he's keen to explain how he orchestrated a deal to reduce migration from Libya to Italy


Faridpur farmers tell the tale of successful brinjal farming Faridpur farmers tell the tale of successful brinjal farming

This year around 290 hectares of land have been brought under brinjal cultivation while it was 250 hectares last year, a DAE official says


Aboriginal man fights possible deportation from Australia Aboriginal man fights to stay in Australia

He does not have Australian citizenship and had his visa cancelled last month after serving a jail term


Wilmington: A community cut off after 'terrifying' storm A community cut off after 'terrifying' storm

Towns like Wilmington have experienced the practical reality of the sprawling size and slow-moving speed of this huge storm


Chinese gambling boom looms over sleepy town Chinese gambling boom looms over sleepy town

During colonial rule - from 1863 to 1953 - the French would retreat to the lush highlands of Bokor mountain above Kampot to escape the stifling heat


ICESat: Space laser to get unprecedented view of Earth's ice Space laser to target Earth's ice

The satellite mission, called ICESat-2, should provide more precise information on how these frozen surfaces are being affected by global warming


Over 66,000 hectares lost to Padma since 1967-NASA report Over 66,000 hectares lost to Padma since 1967-NASA report

Scientists measure erosion on the Padma River by noting differences in its width, depth, shape, and overall appearance on satellite images


Elephant birds: Who killed the largest birds that ever lived? Humans may have wiped out biggest birds

According to scientists, it's evidence that the elephant birds of Madagascar were hunted and butchered for food


Australian schoolgirl Harper Nielsen protests at national anthem Australian schoolgirl’s national anthem protest

"When it says 'we are young' it completely disregards the Indigenous Australians who were here before us," Nielsen says ABC news Australia


Vietnamese capital Hanoi asks people not to eat dog meat

Vietnamese capital Hanoi asks people not to eat dog meat

The city office says consuming the meat could lead to the spread of diseases like rabies and leptospirosis


Rohingya: Walk a mile in their shoes

Rohingya: Walk a mile in their shoes

Rohingya may have become a very familiar term to us recently, as international media outlets continue to pour into the small coastal town of Teknaf


Hills in peril for lack of effective conservation plan: Experts Hills in peril for lack of effective conservation plan: Experts

They also warned that the hills may face serious consequences in the future if 'effective steps’ are not taken to check their ruination


North Korea: Six months' training for 10 minutes on parade Six months' training for 10 minutes on parade

Tens of thousands of local citizens will march in a painstakingly rehearsed parade


Rangamati farmers smile amid bumper jhum yield Rangamati farmers smile amid bumper jhum yield

During a recent visit to jhum cultivation areas, the indigenous jhum farmers were seen busy harvesting Aus paddy from hill slopes


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

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