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Myanmar Rohingya crisis: UK diphtheria medics return home UK medics return from Rohingya mission

The team of 40 NHS doctors, nurses and paramedics treated 500 people at the Cox's Bazar camps after deployment over Christmas and New Year


Sprawling Maya network discovered under Guatemala jungle Sprawling Maya cities uncovered by lasers

The landscape is thought to have been home to millions more people than other research had previously suggested


Sprawling Mayan network discovered under Guatemala jungle Mayan network lying under Guatemala jungle

Laser technology is used to survey digitally beneath the forest canopy, revealing houses, palaces, elevated highways, and defensive fortifications


Natalie Wood death: Police say Robert Wagner 'person of interest' Wagner 'person of interest' in Natalie Wood's death

Wood, who starred in West Side Story and Rebel Without a Cause, had been partying the night before her death


Lactalis baby milk scare in France: Salmonella taint 'began in 2005' Baby milk contamination 'began in 2005'

Millions of boxes of powdered milk have been recalled worldwide following a salmonella outbreak last year


Storm in a Cup: ‘Food for the soul’ Storm in a Cup: ‘Food for the soul’

The art cafe and the gallery are currently presenting their second exhibition that began on January 27 to run through February 16


100 years on, real women’s equality remains elusive 100 years on, real women’s equality remains elusive

Scores of women come forward in October last year to accuse US movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of harassment and abuse


AP confirms 5 unreported Myanmar mass graves AP confirms 5 unreported Myanmar mass graves

The graves are the newest piece of evidence for what looks increasingly like a genocide in Myanmar's western Rakhine state against the Rohingya


BBC study finds the Taliban threatens 70 percent of Afghanistan Taliban threaten 70 percent of Afghanistan, BBC finds

Months of research across the country shows that the Taliban now control or threaten much more territory than when foreign combat troops left in 2014


Malala wants corporates to support girl education Malala wants corporates to support girl education

She is also keen to visit India to meet businessmen, activists and political leaders, who want to work on helping educate and empower girls


German metalworkers to down tools from Tuesday night German metalworkers to down tools from Tuesday night

Joerg Hoffmann says the stubbornness of management left "no way out" but strikes in the union's battle on behalf of almost four million workers


India's 'father' Gandhi: 10 key dates India's 'father' Gandhi: 10 key dates

He was assassinated 70 years ago on January 30, 1948


Indian Swami turns down Padma Shri award Indian Swami turns down Padma Shri award

Siddheshwar Swami is a highly revered spiritual guru in Karnataka and it is for his spiritualism that he has been conferred with the Padma Shri award


Italian mafia: How crime families went global Italian mafia: How crime families went global

The Sicilian gangs established the model for other mafias


Donald Trump 'not aware' of any royal wedding invite Trump 'not aware' of royal wedding invite

In an interview with Piers Morgan for ITV, Mr Trump says Prince Harry and Ms Markle looked "like a lovely couple"

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