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G7 endorses US-led air strikes in Syria G7 endorses US-led air strikes in Syria

The G-7 members say they "remain committed to a diplomatic solution to the conflict in Syria"


Windrush generation: May to meet Caribbean leaders after apology UK PM to meet leaders after Windrush apology

Thousands of people arrived in the UK as children in the first wave of Commonwealth immigration 70 years ago



Sean Hannity unmasked as Trump lawyer's mystery client Fox host unmasked as Trump lawyer client

A judge ruled that Michael Cohen, the president's personal attorney, must reveal the link to Sean Hannity


Rebel groups fight over coca-growing region in Colombia Rival rebel groups clash in Colombia

The governor of a province in north-eastern Colombia has declared a state of emergency over fighting


UK's May tells lawmakers: Syria strikes were legal and moral

Syria strikes were legal and moral: May

May faces down her domestic critics as France's premier defended the "proportionate" response to the use of chemical weapons


Myanmar president grants amnesty to 8,500 prisoners Myanmar president grants amnesty to 8,500 prisoners

It has been granted to 8,490 Myanmar citizens and 51 foreigners


Rohingya lawyer urges UN to refer Myanmar to ICC for crimes Rohingya lawyer urges UN to refer Myanmar to ICC for crimes

The Security Council is scheduled to visit Myanmar and Bangladesh later this month


Reuters wins Pulitzers for Rohingya photography Reuters wins Pulitzers for Rohingya photography

The Reuters photography staff was honored for images of the violence endured by the Rohingya



Brisbane house fire: Three dead after 'explosion', police say Three die in Australia fire after 'blast'

Authorities find the bodies of two women and a man after flames engulfed the home in Brisbane early on Tuesday morning


Syria chemical attack: Investigators allowed to visit site Chemical inspectors to be allowed in Syria's Douma

The international team has been in the country since Saturday, but has not been allowed to visit Douma


Macron, Trudeau deepen 'bromance' in Paris Macron, Trudeau deepen 'bromance' in Paris

Trudeau and Macron's first meeting as leaders come in May last year


Iraq executes 11 convicted of 'terrorism': ministry Iraq executes 11 convicted of 'terrorism': ministry

The executions are the first since the beginning of the year in Iraq


China steps up campaign against espionage China steps up campaign against espionage

Informants to be rewarded for discovering espionage equipment


Saddam hanged, mystery lives Saddam hanged, mystery lives

The place of his mausoleum turns into a richly-adorned pilgrimage site


Barbara Bush 'in failing health' won't seek further treatment Barbara Bush 'in failing health'

She gained a reputation for toughness, wry humor and straight-speaking


Moscow vows 'not to interfere' in OPCW's work in Syria
Moscow vows 'not to interfere' in OPCW's work in Syria

Moscow vows not to interfere in the work of a fact-finding mission sent to Syria by OPCW


Ankara hits back over Macron comments on Russia-Turkey split Ankara hits back over Macron comments

Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag insisted that Turkish policy on Syria was independent of other nations


39 killed in accidents during Sri Lankan New Year 39 killed in accidents during Sri Lankan New Year

The accidents were mainly due to drunk driving and speeding


Ex-FBI chief James Comey says Trump 'morally unfit to be president' Trump is 'morally unfit' for office: Comey

The ex-FBI chief says in a TV interview that Mr Trump treats women like "meat" and "lies constantly"


US to hit Russia with new sanctions for aiding Syria's Assad  US to hit Russia with new sanctions for aiding Syria's Assad

Russia has military forces, including air defenses, in several areas of Syria to support Assad in his long war against anti-government rebels


Syria air strikes: Macron says he convinced Trump not to pull out troops Macron 'convinced Trump to stay in Syria'

France's president also says he convinced his US ally to limit recent strikes to chemical sites


Brazil's ex-leader still leads in polls after arrest Brazil's ex-leader still leads in polls after arrest

At least 30 percent of those polled say they back da Silva. That's down from 34 to 37 percent under various scenarios in January


Gunmen open fire on Quetta churchgoers, killing 2 Two churchgoers shot dead in Pakistan

Baluchistan has for years been the scene of a low level insurgency by Baluch separatist groups. Islamic militants also operate there


Saudi king slams Iran, US for transfering embassy to Jerusalem Saudi king slams Iran, US for transfering embassy to Jerusalem

"We renew our strong condemnation of Iran's terrorist acts in the Arab region and reject its blatant interference in the affairs of Arab countries"


Australia bushfire threatens Sydney suburbs homes Australia bushfire threatens Sydney homes

Hundreds of firefighters are tackling the blaze as residents are told to seek shelter


India lodges protest with Pakistan for blocking consular access to Sikh pilgrims India lodges protest with Pakistan

Pakistani authorities have repeatedly blocked the Indian High Commission from performing basic consular and protocol duties for Indian citizens


Israel says it destroys Hamas tunnel network in Gaza Israel says it destroys Hamas tunnel network in Gaza

Israel is erecting a subterranean barrier to detect and prevent attack tunnels


Chibok girls: Many abductees dead, says journalist Many Chibok girls dead, claims journalist

Only 15 out of the 112 missing Chibok girls are still alive


Insurgents attack checkpoint in Afghanistan, kill 11 police 11 police killed in Afghanistan insurgents attack

No one has claimed the attack, but the Taliban are active in the area and control large parts of the province


Mali militants attack bases disguised as UN peacekeepers Mali militants attack bases disguised

The UN mission confirms one of its peacekeepers had been killed


Air China flight forced to land for 'public security' reason Air China flight forced to land for 'public security' reason

The Zhengzhou airport says it immediately activated emergency measures and that the airport is operating normally


Syrian army says it has retaken eastern Ghouta Syrian army says it has retaken eastern Ghouta

Special units are clearing streets and squares of Douma from mines and explosives planted by rebels


Hungary: Thousands march in anti-Orban demo in Budapest Thousands join Hungary anti-Orban rally

The protests come just six days after the governing Fidesz party won two-thirds of the parliamentary seats with half of the national vote


Rohingya crisis: Myanmar says first refugee family returns First Rohingya family 'returns to Myanmar'

Myanmar says five members of a family arrived at a "repatriation camp" on Saturday, and were provided with supplies and ID cards


Syria air strikes: US still 'locked and loaded' for new chemical attacks Syria warned US still 'locked and loaded'

The warning has come after the US, UK and France struck three Syrian sites in response to a suspected deadly chemical attack in the town of Douma


Storm blasts central US with snow, ice and wind, killing 3 3 killed in central US storm

The storm is expected to persist through Sunday in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan before moving into New York state and New England


Winnie Mandela: Soweto send-off for anti-apartheid fighter Winnie Mandela laid to rest in S Africa

The former wife of Nelson Mandela died earlier this month at the age of 81


Trump praises Syria strikes declaring 'Mission Accomplished!' Trump declares Syria strikes perfectly executed

The narrowly targeted pre-dawn US-French-British operation, which took aim at three chemical weapons facilities, earns quick scorn from Russia


Russia fails to win UN backing to condemn military strikes on Syria UNSC supports military strikes on Syria

Russia on Saturday failed to win UN backing for a condemnation of military strikes launched by the United…

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