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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…


Putin earns $302,000 in 2017 Putin earns $302,000 in 2017

Putin also uses an apartment with the area of 153.7 square-meters and a parking lot of 18 square meters. All property declared by Putin is in Russia


Egypt army says 8 soldiers, 14 jihadists killed in Sinai attack 8 Egyptian soldiers, 14 jihadists killed in Sinai attack

More than 100 jihadists and at least 22 soldiers have been killed in an ongoing operation launched on February 9 against the jihadists


Egypt extends its state of emergency for 3 months Egypt extends its state of emergency for 3 months

The state of emergency has been in place since April 2017 after bombings struck two Coptic Christian churches on Palm Sunday


Ecuador president confirms death of kidnapped reporters Ecuador reporters confirmed killed

Javier Ortega, Paul Rivas and Efraín Segarra are believed to have been seized by a dissident faction of the disbanded Farc rebel group


Modi greets Bengalis on Pahela Baishakh Modi greets Bengalis on Pahela Baishakh

Earliar on Friday, Trump has also greeted Bengalis on the occasion of this day


Quebec City mosque shooter feared Trudeau's refugee policy Mosque killer angry over Trudeau refugees

The 28-year-old pleaded guilty to six counts of first-degree murder and six counts of attempted murder in March


Peru opens Americas Summit decrying scourge of corruption Peru opens Americas Summit

In recent months corruption scandals have toppled the careers of some of Latin America's most prominent politicians


South Africa bids farewell to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela S Africa bids farewell to Winnie Mandela

Thousands of mourners have packed a 40,000-seat stadium to bid farewell to the powerful figure who will be buried as a national hero


Myanmar military put on UN blacklist for brutal attacks on Rohingya Myanmar military put on UN blacklist for brutal attacks on Rohingya

The recent spasm of violence began when Rohingya insurgents launched a series of attacks last August 25 on about 30 security outposts and other target


UN chief urges restraint after strikes on Syria UN chief urges restraint after strikes on Syria

He urges the UN Security Council to agree on establishing an inquiry that would identify the perpetrators of chemical attacks


Iran drone was 'tasked to attack Israel' Iran drone was 'tasked to attack Israel'

Israel lost one of its F-16 planes in the counter-offensive - a rare loss for the Israeli air force, though both crew members survived after ejecting



Fierce clashes continue at Gaza-Israel border fence Clashes rage on Gaza-Israel border

More than 30 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli gunfire since the start of "Flag Friday" demonstrations two weeks ago


Trump lawyer Michael Cohen under criminal investigation
Trump lawyer under criminal investigation

Prosecutors say they are focusing on Michael Cohen's business dealings rather than his work as a lawyer


US and allies launch strikes on Syria chemical weapons sites US and allies launch strikes on Syria

The strikes are in response to a suspected chemical attack on the Syrian town of Douma last week


UN chief warns of war as US readies to avenge Syria gas attack UN chief warns of war as US readies to avenge Syria gas attack

Asked whether the United States has proof Assad launched the Douma attack, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said: "Yes"


India’s BJP MLA arrested for ‘rape’ India’s BJP MLA arrested for ‘rape’

The arrest comes hours after the Allahabad High Court ordered the probe agency to immediately arrest the lawmaker, reports The Times of India


Russia says ‘chemical attack’ in Syria staged by UK Russia says ‘chemical attack’ in Syria staged by UK

Images of victims of the purported attack are staged with "Britain's direct involvement, " without providing evidence, Russian Defense Ministry says


ICC lacks jurisdiction to Rohingya crisis probe: Myanmar ICC lacks jurisdiction to Rohingya crisis probe: Myanmar

Myanmar says that it is not a party to the Rome statute that countries must sign on to as ICC member states


6 Bangladeshis among 9 killed in Riyadh fire 6 Bangladeshis among 9 killed in Riyadh fire

Golam Moshi, Bangladesh Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, says two officers have visited the hospital where the bodies are kept


Despite UN warnings, Myanmar vows early Rohingya return Despite UN warnings, Myanmar vows early Rohingya return

Myanmar has repeatedly says it is ready for repatriation, but no date has been given for the return, and scepticism is rife in Bangladesh


Russian court blocks popular messaging app in privacy row Russian court blocks popular messaging app

The ban comes after a protracted dispute between Telegram and Russian authorities


India outrage spreads over rape of eight-year-old girl India outrage spreads over rape of eight-year-old girl

The body of Asifa Bano, who belonged to a Muslim nomadic tribe, was found in a forest on 17 January near Kathua city of Indian-administered Kashmir


2 die in Russian navy helicopter crash 2 die in Russian navy helicopter crash

The Ka-29 is a Soviet-designed twin-engine helicopter intended for use from navy ships


Russia says Syrian 'chemical attack' was staged Russia says Syrian 'chemical attack' was staged

Russia, a Syrian ally, has warned the US that air strikes risk a new war


Duterte apologizes to Suu Kyi for Myanmar ‘genocide’ comment Duterte apologizes to Suu Kyi for Myanmar ‘genocide’ comment

In a speech April 5, The Philippine president expressing pity to Rohingya Muslims, offered them a refuge in the Philippines


Taiwan leader inspects navy as China prepares drills

Taiwan leader inspects navy as China prepares drills

China, which claims Taiwan as its territory, has scheduled live-fire war games in the Taiwan Strait for Wednesday


James Comey: Republican website trashes 'lyin' FBI memoir Trump's allies trash 'lyin' FBI memoir

Mr Comey will next week release a book that is expected to paint an unflattering portrait of Mr Trump, who fired him last year


Pakistan court bans ex-PM Sharif from elections for life Pakistan's ex-PM Sharif banned from elections for life

Pakistan Supreme Court says that under the country's constitution, no person once disqualified from office by the top court


South China Sea: Xi Jinping attends massive naval display China's Xi inspects massive naval display

More than 10,000 naval officers, 76 fighter jets and a flotilla of 48 ships and submarines take part in the drill


Official: Taliban attack killed 13 police in Afghanistan Taliban attack killed 13 police in Afghanistan

On Thursday morning, the Taliban stormed a government compound in the central province of Ghazni, triggering an hours-long gunbattle


Russia warns of 'dangerous' escalation over Syria Russia warns of war over Syria strikes

Western powers are thought to be preparing for strikes but Russia, a Syrian ally, opposes such action

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