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Zimbabwe takeover seems like a coup, African Union says Zimbabwe takeover seems like a coup

The military denies staging a coup, saying that Mr Mugabe is safe and that it was acting against "criminals" surrounding him


Mugabe latest leader over years taken into custody Mugabe latest leader over years taken into custody

The Mugabes, however, have joined the ranks of world leaders who are removed from power and taken into custody


After 37 years, Mugabe era appears to be over After 37 years, Mugabe era appears to be over

After 37 years, the military seems to have brought an end to Mugabe's long reign in what the army's supporters praised as a "bloodless correction"


Macron warns Europe not to rebuff Trump and Putin Macron: Don't rebuff Trump and Putin

Mr Macron took office six months ago, promising to transform France's economy, society, even its identity



Six universities told to change advertising claims Six universities told to change adverts

Leicester, East Anglia, Strathclyde, Falmouth, Teesside and the University of West London have all had complaints upheld against them


Australians decisively support same-sex marriage Australians decisively favour gay marriage

Over 12.7 million people- about 79.5% of eligible voters- take part in the postal survey, 61.6% of people favour allowing same-sex couple to wed


North Korea defector who crossed DMZ 'was shot five times' N Korea defector 'was shot five times'

About 1,000 people from the North flee to the South each year - but very few defect via the Demilitarised Zone


Roy Moore: Woman claims US Senate candidate 'tried to rape me' Fifth woman accuses Moore of sex assault

Beverly Young Nelson says she was 16 years old when Moore tried to force himself on her after offering a ride home from her job as a waitress


How a Rohingya massacre unfolded at Tula Toli How a Rohingya massacre unfolded at Tula Toli

Mumtaz says she endured didn't stop there. After escaping the mass grave, Mumtaz says she was dragged to a village house and raped by soldiers


Bob Dylan's Concert for Bangladesh acoustic guitar sells for $400,000 at auction Dylan's Concert for Bangladesh guitar sells for $400,000

An anonymous buyer purchased the 1963 Martin D-28 acoustic guitar from Heritage Auctions for $396,000


Case of missing Lebanese prime minister stirs Middle East tensions Case of missing Lebanese PM stirs Middle East tensions

The Hariri case has become just one in a profusion of bewildering events — from Saudi Arabia's arrest of princes


Jacinda Ardern: New Zealand's female PM takes on Apec New Zealand's female PM takes on the men

Her victory in New Zealand makes her the country's third female prime minister


South China Sea dispute: Donald Trump offers to mediate S China Sea dispute: Trump offers to mediate

Vietnam has become the most vocal opponent of China’s claims and its construction and militarisation of artificial islands in the sea



'Don't block my drive' note left on ambulance Paramedics told 'don't block my drive'

The ambulance service shares the note on Facebook with the hashtag


Suspect's farts makes police stop interview in Kansas Suspect's farts end police interview

Sean Sykes Jnr is facing federal gun and drug charges after being pulled over twice by police in Kansas City


US, South Korea start drills in show of force against North Korea US, S Korea start drills in show of force against N Korea

The four-day drills that began on Friday in waters off South Korea’s eastern coast come as President Donald Trump continues a visit to Asia


Ex-Trump aide Mike Flynn 'offered $15m by Turkey for Gulen' Ex-Trump aide 'offered $15m for kidnap'

Mr Flynn quit after misleading the White House about meeting an envoy


German nurse may have killed more than 100 patients, prosecutors say German nurse may have killed more than 100 patients

Investigators have completed toxicological examinations on patients who died during Niels Hoegel's time as a nurse in hospitals in Oldenburg


Saudi anti-corruption probe 'finds $100bn was embezzled' '$100bn embezzled' - Saudi law chief

At least 201 people were being held for questioning as part of a sweeping anti-corruption drive that began on Saturday night


Big hearts in a small village Big hearts in a small village

Johora is quietly proud of the fact that she has cooked food for close to 400 destitute Rohingya families since the current influx started on Aug 25


Chandpur’s first female SP makes a difference Chandpur’s first female SP makes a difference

A recipient of Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM) for outstanding service, Shamsunnahar has been the first lady SP of the district since June 2015


Yemen conflict: UN official warns of world's biggest famine Yemen faces 'world's biggest famine'

More than 8,670 people 60% of them civilians have been killed and 49,960 injured in air strikes


Remembering the last Mughal emperor Remembering the last Mughal emperor

Only a handful of relatives were present when Bahadur Shah Zafar II breathed his last in a shabby wooden house in Rangoon (now Yangon) in 1862


Democrats score key poll victories in Virginia and New Jersey Democrats score key election victories

  Democrats have scored two significant victories in the US - in the first statewide elections…


Ousted leader: Europe must speak up for Catalan separatists Puigdemont: Europe must speak up for Catalan separatists

Puigdemont is fighting extradition to Spain, where other members of the ousted Cabinet have been sent to jail


Paradise Papers: Everything you need to know about the leak Paradise Papers: All you need to know

The Paradise Papers name was chosen because of the idyllic profiles of many of the offshore jurisdictions whose workings are unveiled


Silvio Berlusconi set for political comeback after Sicily vote Berlusconi set for political comeback

The vote on the Italian island has been viewed as a crucial test ahead of next year's national election


RU teacher finds new source of golden fibre RU teacher finds new source of golden fibre

Sufficient fund for research work is needed. If this fibre is commercially produced, it can be used in textile and readymade garment industries



Las Vegas shooting survivors talk about trauma and flashbacks Flashbacks haunt Las Vegas survivors

Three survivors tell the BBC how they are coping in the aftermath of the attack


Explosive Martin Luther King document amid JFK files Explosive King document amid JFK files

It is dated just three weeks before Dr King's assassination in April 1968


Spain's most wanted: Profile of ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont Profile of ousted Catalan leader Puigdemont

Spanish prosecutors want to charge Puigdemont, with rebellion, sedition and misuse of public funds over his role in the region's independence drive


Girl, 16, paraded naked in Pakistan after 'honour' row The girl paraded naked for 'honour'

The incident takes place last week near the remote town of Chaudhwan, some 80km west of Dera Ismail Khan city in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province


Moors Murders: Ian Brady's ashes disposed of at sea UK Moors Murderer's ashes buried at sea

The child killer, who died in May aged 79, was cremated without ceremony


The time when America stopped being great The time when America stopped being great

Ronald Reagan used to talk of the 11th commandment - No Republican should speak ill of another Republican


Women won't have equality for 100 years: WEF Women won't have equality for 100 years: WEF

It is the first time that data from the World Economic Forum has shown a year-on-year worsening of the gender gap since it began charting it in 2006


CIA releases 470,000 more files from Osama bin Laden raid CIA releases 470,000 Laden files

There are still materials that have not yet been released


Reality Check: Whose Taj Mahal is it anyway? Reality Check: Whose Taj Mahal is it anyway?

India's official recorded history says that Mughal ruler Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in memory of his queen, Mumtaj Mahal


Brac explores solution to urban housing crisis with $1500 home $1500 home to solve urban housing crisis

Every year half a million people migrate to cities in Bangladesh with one in every three ending up in slums- which are fragile, unplanned


Hasina world’s 30th most powerful woman Hasina climbs to 30th, Suu Kyi slipped to 33rd

Forbes says Suu Kyi has left the world dumbfounded as she has appeared to stand quietly when the Myanmar army engaged

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