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Yemeni rebels seek pressure on Saudis as US calls for truce Yemeni rebels seek pressure on Saudis

The comments come after the Trump administration demanded a cease-fire and the launch of UN-led political talks to end the Saudi-Iran proxy war


Japan resumes work at disputed site for US base relocation Japan resumes work at disputed site for US base relocation

Construction workers were setting up floats using a crane to mark the designated landfill area


Sri Lanka president summons Parliament over crisis Sri Lanka president summons Parliament over crisis

Sirisena's moves have triggered a power struggle and some observers call it a constitutional crisis


Black box retrieved from Lion Air plane Black box retrieved from Lion Air plane

The plane, carrying 189 people, crashed soon after taking off from Jakarta, the Indonesian capital, on Monday


Trump: Third of Americans see media as 'enemy of the people' Third of US sees media as enemy – Trump

Critics accuse him of fomenting violence by using extreme and divisive rhetoric against opponents, the media, immigrants and Muslims


Lion Air crash: Indonesian search homes in on black box Indonesia plane search 'detects black box'

Flight JT610, a Boeing 737, went down shortly after take-off from Jakarta


Khashoggi murder: Turkey gives official details of Saudi writer's death Khashoggi 'was strangled immediately'

The statement follows weeks of media reports about the murder at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2


Asia Bibi: Imran Khan attacks hardliners over court case Imran Khan condemns blasphemy hardliners

The landmark Asia Bibi case has already set off violent protests by hardliners who support strong blasphemy laws


Peru's Keiko Fujimori jailed until bribery case trial Peru's Fujimori jailed over bribery case

Ms Fujimori has been accused of taking $1.2m (£940,000) in bribes from the Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht in 2011


US could send as many as 15,000 troops to Mexico border: Trump US to 'send' troops to Mexico border

With more than 5,000 soldiers already being sent, Trump told reporters "we'll do up to anywhere between 10 and 15,000 military personnel."


Teen blows himself up at Russia’s security HQ Teen blows himself up at Russia’s security HQ

A CCTV image of the suspect emerged soon afterwards, along with a message he allegedly posted on social media just before the blast


Turkey gives official details of Saudi writer's death Khashoggi was strangled immediately

The statement follows weeks of media reports about the murder at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October. Turkey has yet to provide evidence


India unveils the world's tallest statue Statue of Unity unveiled in India

The 182m (600ft) high structure in the western state of Gujarat is a bronze-clad tribute to independence leader Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel


Man killed in Russian security service blast Man killed in Russian security service blast

The blast injured three security officials also


Yemen war: Mattis and Pompeo urge swift ceasefire US calls for swift ceasefire in Yemen

Mr Mattis says the US wanted to see all sides around the negotiating table and an end to air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition it supports within 30


PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi pay tribute to Indira Gandhi PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi pay tribute to Indira Gandhi

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi paid tributes to the Indira Gandhi on her death anniversary


Asia Bibi: Pakistan acquits Christian woman on death row Pakistan acquits Christian on death row

Asia Bibi was convicted in 2010 after being accused of insulting the Prophet Muhammad in a row with her neighbours


Okinawa leader wants Americans to stop US base Okinawa leader wants Americans to stop US base

Tamaki plans to visit New York and other U.S. cities in November, although dates and other details are not yet decided


37 bags of body parts from crashed plane brought to hospital for identification Indonesia plane crash: 37 bags of body parts being identified

The Lion Air plane with 189 people onboard crashed into the waters off karawang of Indonesia’s West Java province


Two killed in helicopter crash in US New York state Two killed in helicopter crash in US

The incident takes place around 4:15 pm when a maintenance helicopter got tangled in power lines


Helicopter crash kills 25 in Afghanistan Helicopter crash kills 25 in Afghanistan

He says the passengers included the deputy corps commander of Afghanistan's western zone and the head of the Farah provincial council


4 survivors, 3 dead, several missing in Philippine landslide 3 dead, several missing in Philippine landslide

At least 18 more people still are missing from the landslide in the far-flung town of Natonin in Mountain Province


Indonesian officials identify possible plane crash site Indonesian officials identify possible plane crash site

The 2-month-old Boeing plane plunged into the Java Sea on Monday just minutes after takeoff from Jakarta, killing all 189 people on board


Migrants to rest, hope to win mass transport to Mexico City Migrants to hope to win mass transport to Mexico

Similar caravans have occurred regularly over the years, passing largely unnoticed, but the new ones have become a hot-button political issue


Suicide bomber detonates outside Kabul prison, killing 7 7 killed in Kabul suicide attack

No one has taken immediate responsibility for the attack


Lion Air crash: Indonesia to inspect Boeing 737-Max 8 planes Jet inspections ordered after crash

The Lion Air jet went down shortly after take-off near the capital, Jakarta, on Monday


Denmark accuses Iran of activist murder plot Denmark accuses Iran of assassination plot

Denmark has recalled its ambassador from Tehran and is consulting other EU countries about imposing new sanctions against Iran


Trump says he plans to scrap birthright citizenship Trump says he plans to scrap birthright citizenship

The right to US citizenship for all born in the country is enshrined in the 14th amendment


Pittsburgh shooting: Trump visits synagogue amid protests Protests as Trump visits massacre scene

He was joined by First Lady Melania Trump, his daughter and son-in-law at the Tree of Life temple in Pittsburgh


11 dead in Italy storms as wild weather sweeps Europe 11 dead in Italy storms as wild weather sweeps Europe

In Italy, where Venice was inundated by near-record flooding and ferocious storms drove high winds reaching up to 180 kilometres (110 miles) an hour


Algerian-Irish jihadist sentenced to 15 years in US jail Algerian-Irish jihadist jailed for 15 years in US

He is extradited to the US in 2017, accused of being the ringleader of a jihadist cell that was plotting attacks in Europe and southern Asia


Gangster James 'Whitey' Bulger found dead in prison US Gangster 'Whitey' Bulger found dead in prison

The 89-year-old was discovered unresponsive in his cell at the maximum security facility shortly after being transferred there from a Florida jail


Hawking's signed thesis, wheelchair auctioned in London Hawking's signed thesis, wheelchair auctioned in London

The collection highlights the brilliance, determination and sense of humour of Hawking


10 dead in Italy storms as wild weather sweeps Europe 10 dead in Italy storms as wild weather sweeps Europe

Thick snow cloaked French and Italian mountain regions, trapping hundreds of drivers in their cars and tourists in hotels


Boeing experts to arrive in Indonesia for probe Boeing experts to arrive in Indonesia for probe

The 2-month-old Boeing 737 Max 8 plane crashed into the sea northeast of Jakarta on Monday


German nurse serial killer on trial over 100 deaths German nurse serial killer on trial over 100 deaths

Former nurse Niels Hoegel is accused of killing more than 100 patients in his care


Tens of thousands protest in support of sacked Sri Lankan PM Tens of thousands protest in support of sacked Sri Lankan PM

Wickremesinghe's United National Party (UNP) staged the protest outside his official residence


Kazakhstan takes additional powers to cut communications Kazakhstan takes additional powers to cut communications

The change comes at a time of increased uncertainty in the Central Asian state amid speculation


Journalist, two police, killed in India rebel attack Journalist, two police, killed in India rebel attack

National broadcaster Doordarshan confirmed one its cameramen had been killed

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