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Amos Yee: The boy who criticised Lee Kuan Yew Amos Yee: The boy who criticised Lee Kuan Yew

Dressed in a black T-shirt and khaki shorts, Amos Yee cut an unassuming figure when he showed up at…


1500 people killed by US law enforcers in last 16 Months 1500 people killed by US law enforcers in last 16 Months

1500 people killed by US law enforcers in last 16 Months Vocativ About 1500 people were reportedly killed…


Super Typhoon Noul hits the Philippines Super Typhoon Noul hits the Philippines

LUZON: Thousands of people have been evacuated prior to Super Typhoon Noul crossing Santa Ana Point,…


Boat carrying Rohingya migrants rescued off Indonesia Boat carrying Rohingya migrants rescued off Indonesia

JAKARTA: A boat carrying about 500 members of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim community has been rescued…


Election 2015: Sturgeon says Cameron must go further on devolution Election 2015: Sturgeon says Cameron must go further on devolution

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has called for new tax and welfare powers to be devolved to…


South Africa opposition party elects first black leader South Africa opposition party elects first black leader

South Africa's main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, has elected Mmusi Maimane as its…


Cuba gay pride parade pushes for same-sex marriage Cuba gay pride parade pushes for same-sex marriage

The daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro has overseen a symbolic mass wedding for gay couples during…


Paraguay man arrested in rape of girl, 10, who became pregnant Paraguay man arrested in rape of girl, 10, who became pregnant

A man in Paraguay accused of raping his 10-year-old stepdaughter and getting her pregnant was arrested…


Thai king leaves Bangkok hospital, returns to seaside palace Thai king leaves Bangkok hospital, returns to seaside palace

Thailand's 87-year-old king, the world's longest-reigning monarch, left a Bangkok hospital he…


Yemen: Houthi militia accepts five-day ceasefire Yemen: Houthi militia accepts five-day ceasefire

Yemen’s Iran-allied Houthi militia has accepted a five-day humanitarian ceasefire proposed by…


Philippines, Japan to hold naval drill in South China Sea Philippines, Japan to hold naval drill in South China Sea

A naval drill that Japan and the Philippines will hold in the South China Sea this week should not be…


Thai King Leaves Bangkok Hospital, Returns to Seaside Palace Thai King Leaves Bangkok Hospital, Returns to Seaside Palace

Thailand's 87-year-old king, the world's longest-reigning monarch, left a Bangkok hospital he…


500 Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar wash to shore in Indonesia 500 Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar wash to shore in Indonesia

A migration official says two boats carrying around 500 members of Myanmar's long-persecuted Rohingya…


Report: 2 police officers shot dead in Mississippi; one suspect still at large Report: 2 police officers shot dead in Mississippi; one suspect still at large

Two police officers were shot in the line of duty in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, late Saturday, officials…


Typhoon intensifies, closes in on Philippines\' northern tip Typhoon intensifies, closes in on Philippines\' northern tip

A powerful typhoon gained strength Sunday as it zeroed in on the northeastern tip of the Philippines,…


Police: Several people killed in shooting in Switzerland Police: Several people killed in shooting in Switzerland

Police said Sunday that they found several people dead after shots were heard in a town in northern…


South Korea envoy meets North Korea ceremonial head of state: Report South Korea envoy meets North Korea ceremonial head of state: Report

Seoul:  A South Korean envoy attending Russia's World War II anniversary ceremony briefly met…


Nepal earthquake: we\'ve lost everything, say Sherpas Nepal earthquake: we\'ve lost everything, say Sherpas

Kathmandu:  Mount Everest record holder Apa Sherpa ran for his life when a huge earthquake hit…


Yemen rebel allies accept Saudi Arabia\'s ceasefire proposal Yemen rebel allies accept Saudi Arabia\'s ceasefire proposal

Sanaa:  Renegade Yemeni troops who have helped Shiite rebels to seize much of the country said…


Father murders his family, explains why on facebook Father murders his family, explains why on facebook

Montreal:  Canadian police were investigating on Friday what appeared to be a murder-suicide after…


Wall collapse in eastern China kills 10 workers Wall collapse in eastern China kills 10 workers

Ten workers were killed after a retaining wall under construction suddenly collapsed in the eastern…


China Pursuing Huge South China Sea Land Reclamation: US China Pursuing Huge South China Sea Land Reclamation: US

Washington:  China has dramatically ramped up its land reclamation efforts in the South China Sea…


Colombia to ban coca spraying herbicide glyphosate Colombia to ban coca spraying herbicide glyphosate

Colombia has announced it will stop using a controversial herbicide to destroy illegal plantations of…


At least three dead in Spain military plane crash: Spokesperson At least three dead in Spain military plane crash: Spokesperson

Madrid:  At least three people were killed when an Airbus A400M military plane crashed near Seville…


Yemen conflict: Civilians \'struggle to flee\' Saada strikes Yemen conflict: Civilians \'struggle to flee\' Saada strikes

Up to 130 strikes took place across the country on Saturday targeting rebel buildings, weapons stores…


2 killed, 37 sickened after reactions to vaccine in Mexico 2 killed, 37 sickened after reactions to vaccine in Mexico

Tuxtla Gutirrez, Mexico:  At least two children died and another 37 were sickened after babies…


UK election leaves Cameron at helm of a disunited kingdom UK election leaves Cameron at helm of a disunited kingdom

Standing outside 10 Downing Street the day after his unexpected election victory, Prime Minister David…


Russia stages massive WW2 parade despite Western boycott Russia stages massive WW2 parade despite Western boycott

Russia has staged its biggest military parade, marking 70 years since victory over Nazi Germany in World…


Airbus military plane crashes near Spain\'s Seville airport Airbus military plane crashes near Spain\'s Seville airport

At least three people have been killed in a military plane crash near Seville airport in Spain. The…


\'Dozens dead\' and many escape in Iraq prison break \'Dozens dead\' and many escape in Iraq prison break

At least 30 prisoners and ten guards have died in a prison break in Iraq, the country's interior…


Egypt\'s Hosni Mubarak jailed in corruption retrial Egypt\'s Hosni Mubarak jailed in corruption retrial

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has been sentenced to three years in jail on corruption charges…


Report: North Korea tests ballistic missile Report: North Korea tests ballistic missile

North Korea has carried out a successful underwater test of a ballistic missile, the North Korean state…


Ivorian child smuggled to Spain in suitcase Ivorian child smuggled to Spain in suitcase

Spanish Police have found an eight-year-old Ivorian boy hidden in a suitcase that was smuggled across…


Australia police foil alleged terror bomb plot Australia police foil alleged terror bomb plot

Sydney:  Australian police said on Saturday they had foiled an alleged terror bomb plot reportedly…


Russia celebrates 70 years of World War II victory anniversary with military parade Russia celebrates 70 years of World War II victory anniversary with military parade

Moscow:  Russia readied for a grandiose Red Square military parade today to mark 70 years since…


China \'expanding island building\' in South China Sea China \'expanding island building\' in South China Sea

The US says that China has expanded its programme of land reclamation in the South China Sea. US officials…


Cameron shapes new team after win
Cameron shapes new team after win

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron was due to sketch out his new government on Saturday after…


US must write rules for global trade not China: Barack Obama US must write rules for global trade not China: Barack Obama

Washington:  President Barack Obama has strongly argued in favour of an international trade agreement,…


US Labels Al Jazeera Bureau Chief as Al Qaeda Member US Labels Al Jazeera Bureau Chief as Al Qaeda Member

Washington:  The US government has labelled Al Jazeera's bureau chief in Pakistan's capital…

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