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Florida yoga studio shooting: Two killed and four injured Gunman kills two at Florida yoga studio

Scott Paul Beierle killed Nancy Van Vessem, 61, and Maura Binkley, 21, after entering the studio in Tallahassee


Indonesian diver dies while recovering body parts after Lion Air Crash Indonesian diver dies while recovering body parts after Lion Air Crash

Syachrul Anto, 48, who died on Friday, was part of the team searching for body parts and debris from the jet in the Java Sea


Delhi’s pollution level dips slightly, but air quality remains in ‘very poor’ category Delhi’s pollution level dips slightly

The overall Air Quality Index (AQI) of Delhi was recorded at 346, which falls in the ‘very poor’ category


China says willing to help Pakistan over fiscal crisis China says willing to help Pakistan over fiscal crisis

China has pledged more than $60 billion to Pakistan in the form of loans and investments for roads, ports, power plants and industrial parks


N Korea threatens to resume nuke development over sanctions N Korea threatens to resume nuke development over sanctions

Following a series of provocative nuclear and missile tests last year, Kim shifted to diplomacy when he met with Trump between three summits


Myanmar by-elections a test for Suu Kyi's ruling party Myanmar by-elections a test for Suu Kyi's ruling party

The 13 parliamentary seats at stake Saturday represent a tiny fraction of the 1,171 national, regional and state assembly seats nationwide


Trump pushes economic hope, immigrant fear in election final run

Trump pushes economic hope

Trump says his Republicans are in a good position ahead of Tuesday’s midterm congressional elections


Trump postpones trip to Colombia Trump postpones trip to Colombia

The American leader was supposed to arrive in Bogota after the November 30-December 1 G20 meeting in Buenos Aires


US restores Iran sanctions lifted under Obama nuclear deal US restores Iran sanctions

The sanctions take effect Monday and cover Iran's shipping, financial and energy sectors


Asia Bibi: Deal to end Pakistan protests over blasphemy case

Pakistan deal to end blasphemy case unrest

As part of the deal, Asia Bibi will be barred from leaving the country, though it is unclear for how long


Amnesty activists rename London street for Khashoggi Amnesty activists rename London street for Khashoggi

He says Khashoggi’s close friends and family had urged activists to protest “in key states that are close to the Saudi regime


UN chief calls for halt to Yemen violence UN chief calls for halt to Yemen violence

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Friday called for a halt to violence in Yemen to pull the country back from a “precipice”


Khashoggi murder: Turkish leader blames Saudi state directly Saudi state blamed for Khashoggi murder

Khashoggi was murdered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2


Pakistani cleric known as 'Taliban's father' killed ‘Father of Taliban’ killed in Pakistan

Haq's nephew Mohammad Bilal told Reuters his uncle was found with stabbing and gunshot wounds in his house on Islamabad's outskirts


Trump administration to reinstate all Iran sanctions US to reinstate all Iran sanctions

Barack Obama, the US president at the time, had argued the deal would prevent Iran from developing nuclear arms


Khashoggi’s body 'dissolved in acid' Khashoggi’s body 'dissolved in acid'

"The reason they dismembered Khashoggi's body was to dissolve his remains more easily", Aktay tells the Hurriyet Daily newspaper


Palestinians slam 'provocative' Brazil embassy move to Jerusalem Palestinians slam 'provocative' Brazil embassy move to Jerusalem

The United States moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May


US adds 250,000 jobs in October; unemployment rate steady US adds 250,000 jobs in October; unemployment rate steady

Unemployment held steady at 3.7 percent, a 48-year low


Japan may loosen immigration rules for blue-collar workers Japan may relax rules for foreign workers

The relaxed laws would create two new visa categories to allow foreigners in sectors with labour shortages to enter the country


Amsterdam prostitutes could move outside red light area Amsterdam prostitutes could move outside red light area

Sex workers in their glass-fronted booths in the Dutch capital complain that they are subject to gawping from camera-toting tourists


One of our islands is missing: Japan 'loses' a bit of land One of our islands is missing: Japan 'loses' a bit of land

The disappearance of the island "may affect Japan's territorial waters a tiny bit


Sanctions on Khashoggi killers weeks away: Pompeo Sanctions on Khashoggi killers weeks away: Pompeo

The top US diplomat has previously said the killing "violates the norms of international law"


Thousands protest burning of Islamic flag in Indonesia

Thousands protest burning of Islamic flag in Indonesia

Waving black flags bearing the Islamic declaration of faith, several thousand demonstrators, many wearing white Islamic robes


Japanese reporter freed in Syria apologizes for trouble Japanese reporter freed in Syria

He says he went to Syria in June 2015 to see for himself what was really happening and how the conflict affected ordinary people


Protests in Pakistan delay release of Christian woman Protests in Pakistan delay release of Christian woman

Pakistan shut down schools and colleges after radical cleric Khadim Hussain Rizvi, the leader of Tehreek-e-Labbaik party


Drunk Japanese pilot arrested at Heathrow Airport Drunk Japanese pilot arrested at Heathrow

Katsutoshi Jitsukawa, 42, who works for Japan Airlines, was arrested on 28 October after failing a breath test


US indictment accuses Chinese firm of stealing trade secrets US indictment accuses Chinese firm of stealing trade secrets

This is the fourth economic espionage case the department has brought against Chinese-based companies and individuals since September


Australian jailed for encouraging suicide Australian jailed for encouraging suicide

An Australian man has been sentenced to 10 years in jail for encouraging his wife's suicide, in a case believed to have set a global precedent


Trump, Xi eye G20 talks after ‘very good’ phone call Trump, Xi eye G20 talks after ‘very good’ phone call

The phone call comes as tensions between the world’s two biggest economies are rising on several fronts, including commerce and security


Amnesty urges Sudan to stop crackdown on journalists Amnesty urges Sudan to stop crackdown on journalists

The rights group released a report early on Friday that documents the arrest of at least 15 journalists by state security forces


Chongqing bus plunge caused by fight between driver and passenger Fist fight caused fatal China bus plunge

The bus plunged 50m (164ft) off a bridge into the Yangtze River in Chongqing on Sunday - at least 13 people died and two more are missing


US for voluntary return of Rohingyas US for voluntary return of Rohingyas

A total of 2,260 Rohingyas will be repatriated in the first phase as Bangladesh and Myanmar agreed to begin their repatriation in mid-November


5 Bengalis shot dead in Assam

5 Bengalis shot dead in Assam

The victims have been identified as Shyamlal Biswas, Ananta Biswas, Abhinash Biswas, Subal Biswas and Dhananjay Namsudra


Khashoggi murder: Saudi prince 'said he was dangerous Islamist' Saudi prince 'said Khashoggi was dangerous'

Khashoggi, a Saudi national working for the US press, was a well-known critic of his home country's rulers


Pittsburgh shooting: Robert Bowers pleads not guilty Pittsburgh suspect pleads not guilty

He faces 44 counts of murder, hate crimes, obstructing religious practices and other crimes


273 Afghan civilians killed in October: Report 273 Afghan civilians killed in October: Report

The group says the rest of casualties happened in suicide attacks, roadside bombs, mortar attacks and clashes between Afghan forces and the Taliban


Trump says he always tries to tell the truth when he can Trump: 'I always try to tell the truth'

Mr Trump has faced repeated criticism from US media and opponents for lying and distorting the truth around issues


Ex-Goldman bankers and Jho Low face US charges Ex-Goldman bankers face 1MDB charges

The Department of Justice alleges the men participated in a scheme that stole billions of dollars from Malaysia's development fund, 1MDB


Ousted Sri Lanka PM 'has confidence of parliament' Ousted Sri Lanka PM refuses to leave post

Last week the president sacked PM Wickremesinghe and his cabinet and suspended parliament, appointing former leader Mahinda Rajapaksa as the new PM

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