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4 dead, 2 injured as plane hits Southern California homes 4 dead, 2 injured as plane hits Southern California homes

The Cessna 310 aircraft crashes shortly after taking off from Riverside Municipal Airport


South Korean prosecutors to indict Samsung's de facto chief South Korean prosecutors to indict Samsung's de facto chief

Prosecutors also said they planned to indict four other Samsung executives on charges of offering bribes, embezzlement, hiding assets overseas


India should acknowledge 'asymmetry' with China, says state-run Chinese media India should acknowledge 'asymmetry' with China

The asymmetry should not be an impediment in developing relations, state-run Chinese media says


8 dead, 30 injured as bus plunges into river in India 8 dead, 30 injured as bus plunges into river in India

The bus reportedly overran a bridge divider and plunged through the gap between the two lanes into a river in Mullapadu around 5.30 am


4 North Korean spies involved in Kim Jong Nam assassination 4 North Korean spies involved in Kim Jong Nam assassination

Malaysian police arrest a North Korean man named Ri Jong Chol a few days after the killing


Trump promises 'historic' increase in US military budget Trump promises 'historic' increase in US military budget

He says that budget follows through on my promise on keeping Americans safe


A tale of two Afghan friends after Guantanamo A tale of two Afghan friends after Guantanamo

Two Afghan friends were incarcerated together at Guantanamo Bay, but they chose starkly divergent paths…


11 killed in government raids on northwest Syria: monitor 11 killed in government raids on northwest Syria: monitor

Government air strikes on northwest Syria killed at least 11 people overnight, most of them civilians,…


Air strike kills key Afghan Taliban commander Air strike kills key Afghan Taliban commander

Mullah Abdul Salam Akhund, the Taliban shadow governor in Kunduz province, has been killed on Sunday when he was holding a meeting in Dasht-e-Archi


EU expands North Korea sanctions after nuclear missile tests EU expands North Korea sanctions

The decision comes with North Korea in the international spotlight after the assassination in Kuala Lumpur airport of Kim Jong-Nam


Obama-era human rights envoy says U.N. must investigate Myanmar Obama-era human rights envoy says U.N. must investigate Myanmar

The U.N. Human Rights Council must set up a commission of inquiry into Myanmar's human rights record, Keith Harper says on Monday


3 dead as floods cause landslides, water cuts in Chile 3 dead as floods cause landslides, water cuts in Chile

The rains, which caused rivers to overflow their banks in mountain valleys near Chile's capital, Santiago, had isolated 373 people


Trump's choice to be Navy secretary withdraws Trump's choice to be Navy secretary withdraws

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says in a statement that he would make a recommendation to Trump for a nominee in the coming days


Iran's Ahmadinejad writes open letter to Trump Iran's Ahmadinejad writes open letter to Trump

Iran's ex-president Mahmud Ahmadinejad published Sunday an open letter to Donald Trump, welcoming…


Thousands march in Moscow two years after Putin foe killed Thousands march in Moscow two years after Putin foe killed

Thousands of Russians marches through central Moscow on Sunday in memory of slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov

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