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Two foreign climbers died on Mount Everest: Nepal official 'Two foreign climbers died on Mount Everest'

A Japanese climber died Monday and a Macedonian died on Sunday, according to Gyanendra Shrestha, who is stationed at Everest's base camp


Hundreds of homeless people fined and imprisoned for begging and rough sleeping Homeless people fined and imprisoned for begging in England

The number of people sleeping rough in England is at a record-high following a 73 per cent increase over the last three years


9 killed in truck-bus collision in central India 9 killed in truck-bus collision in central India

The accident takes place in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh


Two dead after car crashes into North Carolina restaurant Two dead after car crashes into North Carolina restaurant

Local media reported that the suspect entered the restaurant and seated his family before leaving and getting behind the wheel


9 die due to Nipah virus outbreak in southern India 9 die due to Nipah virus outbreak in southern India

"Several others affected by the virus are under treatment at government hospitals in these two districts," a senior health official says


Venezuela election: Maduro wins second term amid claims of vote rigging Maduro wins controversial Venezuela poll

Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro wins second term in an election marred by claims of vote rigging


Italy voters give verdict on new government programme Italy voters give verdict on new government programme

The coalition contract, published Friday by the two political forces, aims to end over two months of political deadlock after inconclusive elections


Muslim man beaten to death for ‘killing cow’ in India Muslim man beaten to death for ‘killing cow’ in India

Cow slaughter in Madhya Pradesh carries a maximum seven-year jail term but many other parts of India impose life sentences for infringements


Sudan protests Egyptian serial about terrorists Sudan protests Egyptian serial about terrorists

Relations have been strained over the past year by Khartoum's revival of a longstanding border dispute and its perceived support for Ethiopia


Maoist rebels detonate bomb in east India; 6 police killed 6 police killed in India maoist rebels attack

The rebels detonates a land mine as an armored vehicle ran over it in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh state


Thessaloniki mayor Yiannis Boutaris beaten up Mayor of Greece's second city beaten up

The mayor, who is known for his anti-nationalist views, was attending a ceremony to mark the killing of ethnic Greeks by Turks in World War One


Najib Razak: Scandal-hit ex-Malaysia PM condemns police raids Najib Razak condemns police raids

The raids have been related to investigations into state development fund 1MDB, which Mr Najib set up


Trump, Moon discuss N. Korea's threat to scrap summit Trump, Moon discuss N. Korea's threat to scrap summit

In a phone conversation on Sunday, Trump and Moon "exchanged views on various actions taken by North Korea recently"


Company in Cuba plane crash had received safety complaints Cuba plane crash company receives complaints

The Mexican charter company whose 39-year-old plane crashed in Havana


Taiwan president, pressed by Beijing, pledges more security Taiwan president pledges more security

Taiwan and China, separated since a civil war in 1949, have extensive trade and investment ties but no official relations


Maduro favored as Venezuelans vote amid crisis Maduro favored as Venezuelans vote amid crisis

More than 1 million Venezuelans have abandoned their country for a better life abroad in recent years


Santa Fe school shooting suspect 'spared victims to tell his story' Santa Fe suspect 'spared students to tell story'

Dimitrios Pagourtzis has been charged with murder after 10 people were shot dead on Friday in the Texas town


Every bishop in Chile resigned over child sex abuse scandal Every bishop in Chile resigned

The unprecedented move which saw the entire Chilean church leadership offer to step down came shortly after a meeting with Pope Francis


Erdogan to hold controversial election rally in Bosnia Erdogan to hold controversial election rally in Bosnia

Erdogan has previously drawn controversy for electioneering in Europe, where there are some three million Turks eligible to vote in Turkish elections


Cuba plane crash: Black box recovered in 'good condition' Cuba crash plane's black box recovered

The black box which has already been recovered will hold key flight data and information about what happened to the plane


Police, rebels among 7 killed in Chechnya church attack Police, rebels among 7 killed in Chechnya church attack

An attack on an Orthodox church Saturday in the mainly Muslim southern Russian republic of Chechnya killed two policemen


Divided Britain unites for royal wedding revelry Divided Britain unites for royal wedding revelry

Local authorities across the country approves hundreds of street party applications


Yeddyurappa resigns as Karnataka Chief Minister before trust vote Karnataka CM Yeddyurappa resigns

Yeddyurappa makes an emotional speech on the floor of the House before announcing his decision to step down


World's first floating nuclear barge to power Russia's Arctic oil drive World's first floating nuclear barge to power Russia's Arctic oil drive

The barge can produce enough electricity to power a town of 200,000 residents


Indian Kashmir shutdown to protest Modi visit Indian Kashmir shutdown to protest Modi visit

The World Bank organised two rounds of talks between the rivals on Kishanganga without resolving their differences


Royal wedding 2018: Prince Harry and Meghan married at Windsor Prince Harry and Meghan married at Windsor

The couple are declared husband and wife before the Queen and 600 guests at St George's Chapel



Ten dead in Texas school shooting, student arrested Texas school shooting: Student arrested

Governor Greg Abbott said 10 people died & 10 were wounded in "one of the most heinous attacks that we've ever seen in the history of Texas schools''


Royal wedding guests pour into Windsor Castle Royal wedding guests pour into Windsor Castle

David Beckham and George and Amal Clooney are among the guests arriving at the chapel, ahead of the ceremony


Harry, Meghan to become Duke, Duchess of Sussex Harry, Meghan to become Duke, Duchess of Sussex

The secondary titles are for use in Scotland and Northern Ireland


Cuba state media says Castro had hernia surgery Cuba state media says Castro had hernia surgery

The 86-year-old leader who stepped down as president last month


Lalu Prasad admitted to Patna hospital for breathing problem Lalu Prasad hospitalised for breathing problem

He has been convicted in four fodder scam cases since 2013


19 killed, 7 injured as cement-laden truck overturns in India's Gujarat 19 killed as cement-laden truck overturns in India

The incident occurs when a truck turned turtle in Gujarat’s Bavalyali village on the Ahmedabad-Bhavnagar road on Saturday morning


SC keeps BJP leader Bopaiah as pro tem speaker, orders live streaming of floor test SC keeps BJP leader Bopaiah as pro tem speaker

A senior lawyer said appointing senior-most lawmaker as pro tem speaker has been a practice in place in commonwealth countries


Restive Kashmir shuts to protest Indian PM Modi's visit Kashmir shuts to protest Modi's visit

Modi arrives on Saturday to review development work and inaugurate road projects.


N Korea military officer defects to S Korea: Yonhap N Korea military officer defects to S Korea: Yonhap

It is the first defection by any North Korean since a historic summit between the two Koreas


China lands bomber on South China Sea island for first time China lands bomber on S China Sea island for first time

China's South China Sea bases can be used to challenge the US presence in the region


Ex-Playmate and boy fall to deaths from New York hotel suite Model and son fall to deaths at NY hotel

Both the 47-year-old woman, Stephanie Adams, and the boy, Vincent, have been pronounced dead at the scene


All Chile's 34 bishops offer resignation to Pope over sex abuse scandals All Chile's 34 bishops offer to resign

It is the first time that all the top churchmen in a country have offered to leave their posts


Shia cleric Moqtada Sadr bloc wins Iraq elections Shia cleric's bloc wins Iraq elections

Final results released by the electoral commission give his Saeroun bloc 54 seats, with current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in third place with 42

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