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Indonesia hunts suspects in alleged Papua mass killing Indonesia hunts suspects in alleged Papua mass killing

Many Papuans view Indonesia as a colonial occupier and its building work as a way to exert more control over an impoverished region


NATO stresses support for Libya NATO stresses support for Libya

Libyan security services struggle to train and equip their personnel amid years of turmoil


Mastanamma: India YouTube chef granny dies at 107 India YouTube chef granny dies at 107

Her YouTube channel, Country Foods, has more than a million subscribers with hundreds of cooking videos


Insurgents kill 4 in attack on Afghan checkpoint Insurgents kill 4 in attack on Afghan checkpoint

Six of the attackers were also killed in the battle late Tuesday


Hostel security guard arrested after American woman's body found in Costa Rica Hostel security guard arrested after American woman's body found in Costa Rica

The Miami resident traveled to Costa Rica on Thanksgiving Day to celebrate her birthday with her sister-in-law, April Burton


Chris Dawson: Arrest in podcast-highlighted Australian mystery Husband in podcast-famous mystery arrested

Chris Dawson, 70, is to be charged with murdering Lynette Dawson, New South Wales (NSW) authorities said


Brexit debate: Ministers fight for Theresa May's deal Embattled UK ministers fight for Brexit deal

The deal has been endorsed by EU leaders but must also be backed by the UK Parliament if it is to come into force


India launches 'heaviest' satellite for internet access

India launches 'heaviest' satellite for internet access

The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) launched the satellite from the Kourou spaceport in French Guiana early on Wednesday morning


Tsunami alert after New Caledonia quake Tsunami alert after New Caledonia quake

New Caledonia is part of the Pacific's "Ring of Fire", where many earthquakes occur


US reopens diplomatic mission in Somalia after 28-year closure US diplomats return to Somalia

The US closed its embassy in Somalia in January 1991 amid fighting between rebels and the government and had to airlift out its ambassador and staff


Khashoggi murder: Saudi crown prince crazy, says US senator Saudi crown prince crazy, US senator says

The Saudis have charged 11 people but deny the crown prince was involved


Panama Papers: Four charged in US with fraud and tax evasion Four charged in US Panama Papers probe

The four men are named as Ramses Owens, Dirk Brauer, Richard Gaffey and Harald Joachim von der Goltz


Mueller investigation: No jail time sought for Trump ex-adviser Michael Flynn No jail time sought for Trump ex-aide Flynn

President Donald Trump has called the investigation a witch hunt and denies there was any collusion between his team and Russian officials


Trump meets Bush family ahead of funeral Trump meets Bush family ahead of funeral

George H.W. Bush’s body continued to lie in state Tuesday at the US Capitol, where more than 26,000 people so far had come to pay their respects


Indonesia attack: Gunmen kill 24 construction workers in Papua Gunmen kill 24 construction workers in Papua

The bodies of the workers were found near a bridge they were building


Theresa May suffers three Brexit defeats in Commons Three defeats for May in Brexit debate

Ministers will be forced to publish the government full legal advice on the deal after MPs found them in contempt of Parliament for issuing a summary


Nato accuses Russia of breaking nuclear missile treaty Russia breaching missile treaty: Nato

The INF Treaty was a high-point for Cold War arms control in that it abolished a whole category of land-based missiles


France suspends fuel tax rises amid violent protest France suspends fuel tax rises amid violent protest

Four people have died since the unrest began and the resulting violence and vandalism have been widely condemned


Pompeo defends US policy, slams China, Russia and Iran Pompeo slams China, Russia and Iran

He urges US allies to join Trump's efforts and to assess honestly whether bodies like the WTO, the ICC and the IMF are serving their citizens


4 things UN chief wants world leaders to know 4 things UN chief wants world leaders to know

It marks the deadline for the 197 parties that signed the Convention to adopt guidelines for the implementation of the historic 2015 Paris Agreement


Israel launches operation to thwart Hezbollah border tunnels Israel launches operation to thwart Hezbollah border tunnels

The existence of the tunnels did not appear to have surprised Israel


Indonesia rescues 20 Muslim Rohingya adrift off Aceh Indonesia rescues 20 Muslim Rohingya adrift off Aceh

Syahrial, a local disaster official, says the group was discovered on the rickety boat by fishermen on Tuesday


Yemen warring parties agree to swap hundreds of prisoners Yemen warring parties agree to swap hundreds of prisoners

The UN hopes to bring the two sides together for peace talks this month


India pollution watchdog fines Delhi over toxic smog India pollution watchdog fines Delhi over toxic smog

An estimated 1.1 million Indians die prematurely from air pollution every year


Qatar to quit Saudi-dominated OPEC in 2019 Qatar to quit Saudi-dominated OPEC in 2019

Qatar has been a member of OPEC since 1961


Israel launches operation to thwart Hezbollah border tunnels Israel launches operation to thwart Hezbollah border tunnels

Israel has spent years attempting to tackle a network of tunnels from the Gaza Strip into Israel and has used a variety of methods to destroy tunnels


George HW Bush's service dog Sully pays touching last tribute President Bush's dog pays last tribute

He will be buried at the presidential library in Texas, alongside his wife of more than 70 years, Barbara Bush, who died seven months ago


Trial begins in attack on Gulshan cafe in which 22 died Trial begins in attack on Gulshan cafe

A police investigation found 22 people were involved in the attack


Indonesian police say 31 dead, 1 missing in Papua attacks Indonesian police say 31 dead in Papua attacks

Papua police spokesman Suryadi Diaz says 24 workers were killed Sunday when gunmen stormed a government bridge construction project


'Body found' in search for US woman missing in Costa Rica 'Body found' in search for US tourist

Carla Stefaniak, 36, disappeared on 28 November, the day she was due to leave from San Jose after a birthday trip with her sister-in-law


1 child dead, 45 people hurt in Arkansas charter bus crash

1 child dead, 45 people hurt in Arkansas charter bus crash

Arkansas State Police say the bus crashed along Interstate 30 near Benton, about 25 miles (40 kilometers) southwest of Little Rock


China cracks down on wedding extravaganza and extreme pranks China cracks down on wedding extravaganza

Authorities have said modern weddings are both too extravagant and against Chinese and socialist values


Brexit legal advice: MPs to vote on contempt of Parliament motion Ministers face Brexit legal advice vote

No 10 insists publishing confidential advice is not in the national interest


UN Security Council to meet on Iran missile test UN Security Council to meet on Iran missile test

The United States said the missile launch on Saturday was a violation of a UN resolution that endorsed the 2015 Iran nuclear deal


South Korea says no timeframe set for visit by Kim Jong Un S Korea says no timeframe set for visit by Kim Jong Un

President Moon Jae-in says more important than the timing of the visit is that it would accelerate the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula


George HW Bush funeral: Trump pays respects at US Capitol Trump pays respects as Bush lies in state

Mr Trump has in the past clashed with the Bush family but will attend the funeral servic


Khashoggi murder: CIA chief Haspel 'to brief Congress' CIA head 'to brief Congress on Khashoggi'

Khashoggi was killed in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October


France fuel protests: 'Yellow vests' pull out of PM meeting 'Death threats' halt France protest summit

The "yellow vests" have been protesting about a controversial fuel tax since mid-November


At-risk nations plead for 'justice' at UN climate summit At-risk nations plead for 'justice' at UN climate summit

Nearly 200 nations gathered in Poland Monday for the start of the COP24 summit, where they must agree on a universal rulebook to make good on the prom

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