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UK Govt to offer Windrush generation free citizenship UK Govt to offer Windrush generation free citizenship

The hardline policy was pioneered after the centre-right Conservative Party retook power in 2010 by then-interior minister Theresa May


Palestinian boy's leg amputated after Israel border shooting Palestinian boy's leg amputated after Israel border shooting

The Israeli army says its troops only open fire in self-defence or to stop protesters


Israel targets Syrian artillery after incoming mortar fire Israel targets Syrian artillery after incoming mortar fire

An army spokeswoman declines to say what kind of fire Israel employed in its response


32 Chinese tourists killed in North Korea bus crash North Korea bus crash kills 32 Chinese tourists

China's state broadcaster shows images of a large overturned vehicle, with light rain falling on rescue vehicles at night and doctors attending


Armenian PM resigns after days of protests Armenian PM resigns after days of protests

Sargsyan's resignation follows 11 days of protests, protesters accuse him of clinging to power after serving the maximum 10 years as president


IS threatens Iraq polling stations ahead of vote IS threatens Iraq polling stations ahead of vote

Sunni extremist groups target Shiites, a majority in Iraq


Britain's first abortion clinic exclusion zone enforced Britain's first abortion clinic exclusion zone enforced

Abortion becomes legal in Britain by an act of parliament that came into force 50 years ago


Obama to deliver Mandela lecture in South Africa in July Obama to deliver Mandela lecture in S.Africa in July

Former US president Barack Obama delivers the annual Nelson Mandela memorial lecture at a 4,000-capacity arena in Johannesburg in July


Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam jailed in Belgium Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam jailed in Belgium

Abdeslam, 28, and co-defendant Sofien Ayari are both convicted of terror-related charges of attempted murder


Impeachment notice against Indian Chief Justice Misra rejected Impeachment notice against Indian Chief Justice rejected

Indian Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Monday rejected the notice given by opposition parties led…


11 migrants dead, 263 rescued off Libya coast 11 migrants dead, 263 rescued off Libya coast

Last year alone, 3,116 people died attempting the crossing, according to the IOM, including 2,833 from Libya


4 British pilgrims killed in Saudi Arabia crash 4 British pilgrims killed in Saudi Arabia crash

The crash occurred on Saturday near the western Saudi town of Al Khalas while the pilgrims were on their way to Makkah


South Korea turns off loudspeaker broadcasts into North S Korea turns off North-facing loudspeakers

It comes as leaders from both countries prepare to meet and North Korea says it is halting nuclear tests


Naked gunman kills four in Nashville Waffle House Naked gunman kills four in Nashville Waffle House

The man burst into the restaurant at 03:25 (08:25 GMT) in the suburb of Antioch and opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle


Islamic State suicide bomber kills 57 in Afghan capital Islamic State suicide bomber kills 57 in Afghan capital

The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility in a statement carried by its Aamaq news agency


Death toll rises to 48 in Kabul bombing Death toll rises to 48 in Kabul bombing

Both IS and the more well-established Taliban have stepped up attacks across Afghanistan in recent years


14 Maoist rebels killed in commando raid in India 14 Maoist rebels killed in commando raid in India

The Maoist rebels have been fighting the Indian government for more than four decades, demanding land and jobs for tenant farmers and the poor


Indian president nod to death penalty for child rape Indian president nod to death penalty for child rape

The minimum punishment in case of rape of women has been increased from seven year rigorous imprisonment to 10 years, extendable to life imprisonment


Saudi finalises drone regulation after security alarm Saudi finalises drone regulation after security alarm

The regulation for the use of remote controlled drones is in its final stages


Palestinian lecturer and Hamas member killed in Malaysia Palestinian lecturer shot dead in Malaysia

The family of Fadi al-Batsh, 35, has accused Israel's spy agency Mossad of being behind his killing on Saturday


Suicide bomber strikes in Afghan capital, 31 killed 31 killed in Afghanistan suicide bomb strike

The suicide bomber targets a crowd that had gathered to pick up national identification cards at a voter registration center in the capital


Iran 'ready' to resume nuclear programme if US exits deal: FM Iran ready to resume nuclear programme: FM

Donald Trump has set a May 12 deadline for the Europeans to "fix" the agreement that provides for curbs to Iran's nuclear programme


Armenian leaders face crunch talks after protests Armenian leaders face crunch talks after protests

The organiser of anti-government protests in Armenia has been leading calls for Prime Minister to resign over a constitutional change


Journalist among over 2 dozen killed in Nicaragua unrest Journalist among over 2 dozen killed in Nicaragua unrest

Besides Gahona at least 25 others have been killed since Wednesday in unrest over social security reforms


Dozens of bodies found in Raqa mass grave: official Dozens of bodies found in Syria mass grave

Nearly 50 bodies had already been recovered from the mass grave


World's oldest person dies in Japan at age of 117 World's oldest person dies in Japan

The US-based Gerontology Research Group says that another Japanese woman, Chiyo Miyako, is now the world's oldest person in its records


Nicaraguan authorities call for peace after deadly protests Nicaraguan authorities call for peace

At least 10 people have been killed in clashes between police and protesters


Syria 'chemical' attack: Experts finally visit Douma site Chemical experts finally see Syria site

The team from the OPCW travelled to the town of Douma and collected samples and other items


17 killed as 2 dragon boats capsize in southern China 17 killed as 2 dragon boats capsize in southern China

The boats were practicing Saturday for a race in the Taohua River in the city of Guilin when the accident happened


Rohingya refugees rescued after drifting at sea for 9 days Rohingya refugees rescued after drifting at sea

Several required medical attention for dehydration and exhaustion, local authorities say


UN officials in Sweden for talks on North Korea, Syria UN officials in Sweden for talks on North Korea, Syria

They discuss weighty international issues, including developments on the Korean Peninsula and in Syria


Iran rejects US rights report as 'biased' Iran rejects US rights report as 'biased'

Iran rejects the latest US human rights report as hypocritical on Saturday


What clues might chemical experts in Syria be looking for? What clues might chemical experts in Syria be looking for?

Experts say investigators could detect if someone had tried to hide clues


China carries out aircraft carrier drills in Pacific as Taiwan tensions rise China carries out aircraft carrier drills in Pacific

The exercises take place in an area east of the Bashi Channel, which runs between Taiwan and the Philippines


Death penalty for child rape in India Death penalty for child rape in India

The Indian cabinet approves ordinance to award death penalty to those convicted of raping children up to 12 years of age


Two years for teen 'cyber terrorist' who targeted US officials UK teen jailed for US 'cyber terrorism'

Kane Gamble, 18, targeted CIA, FBI and US Department of Justice databases from his bedroom in Leicestershire


Ten killed in Nicaragua protests over pensions reform Ten killed as Nicaragua crisis deepens

It follows legislation that increased pension contributions for workers and employers and reduced overall benefits


PM Modi completes three-nation Europe tour, back in India

PM Modi completes three-nation Europe tour

The Indian Prime Minister arrives in Delhi from Berlin, the third and last stop of his tour, where he met German Chancellor Angela Merkel


Israeli fire in new Gaza border protest kills four Palestinians Four Palestinians killed in Israeli fire

More than 1,600 have been wounded by live rounds in the past three weeks

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