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Could Kashmir conflict hit Cricket World Cup? By BBC | Last Updated: 23rd February, 2019, 11:16

This is in protest against this month's suicide attack in Kashmir in which more than 40 Indian paramilitary police were killed

Is the India-Pakistan World Cup match doomed?

Why a million Indian tribal families face eviction Why a million Indian families face eviction

India's 100 million tribespeople are, in the words of a historian, its invisible and marginal minority


Islamic State: Thousands of foreign children in Syrian camps

What happens to IS fighters' children?

Save the Children says it has found more than 2,500 children from 30 countries in three camps alone


Trump-Kim summit: How might Kim Jong-un travel to Vietnam? Will Kim take a train to Trump meeting?

Mr Kim would stop at the Vietnamese border station of Dong Dang where he would disembark and drive 170km (105mi) to Hanoi by car


How many IS foreign fighters are left in Iraq and Syria?

How many IS foreign fighters are left?

Tens of thousands of foreign nationals are believed to have travelled to Syria and neighbouring Iraq to fight for the Islamic State (IS) group


Zara advert gets China asking: Are freckles beautiful? Freckles accused of insulting China

A fierce row has broken out in China - and it is all down to some freckles


Plastic pollution: One town smothered by 17,000 tonnes of rubbish The small town with a dirty secret

From January to July 2018 alone, some 754,000 tonnes of plastic waste was imported into Malaysia


Cash-strapped Pakistan rolls out red carpet for Saudis Cash-strapped Pakistan rolls out red carpet for Saudis

Hundreds of five-star rooms in Islamabad are believed have been booked out for the 1000-strong delegation


What are the biggest threats to humanity? What are the biggest threats to humanity?

While a dramatic end to humanity is possible, focusing on such scenarios may mean ignoring the most serious threats we face in today's world


Melania makes Valentine's Day art with pediatric patients Melania makes Valentine's Day art with pediatric patients

She signed the heart with her name and stuck it on a board on a wall in the middle of several other hearts


Monica Witt: Who is the woman at the centre of the spying case? Iran spying case: Who is Monica Witt?

According to her online CV, she lived and worked within countries including Iraq, Qatar, Jordan, Turkey, the UAE, Tajikistan and Iran


Salil Chowdhury: Belated reflections on a splendid legacy Salil Chowdhury: Belated reflections on a splendid legacy

The sheer range of Salil Chowdhury’s work over nearly half a century should be enough to reflect the genius


Afghanistan: 40 years of conflict Afghanistan: 40 years of conflict

It faces fierce resistance from Afghan mujahideen fighters backed by the United States and others


Environment in multiple crises – report

Environment in multiple crises – report

The think-tank IPPR says human impacts have reached a critical stage and threaten to destabilise society and the global economy


The ‘Red Taj Mahal’ at the martyrs’ cemetery

The ‘Red Taj Mahal’ at the martyrs’ cemetery

The cemetery also has the tombs of Padre Santus, a highly venerated Portuguese priest, John Mildenhall


Aboriginal hunters’ fires help restore an Australian desert Aboriginal hunters’ fires help restore an Australian desert

The Martu are defined under Australian law as the traditional owners of more than 52,000 square miles of land in the Great and Little Sandy Deserts


What US ruling may mean for Roe v Wade What court ruling means for US abortion rights

The state law, passed in 2014, would have required doctors who provide abortion services to be certified to practise at a nearby hospital


Yanxi Palace: Why China turned against its most popular show Why China turned against a blockbuster drama

The story of Yanxi Palace, a drama about life in imperial China, broke records when it was released last year


Black Saturday: The bushfire disaster that shook Australia The day Australia saw 'the gates of hell'

A total of 173 people died - Australia's deadliest ever bushfire event


Kumbh Mela: Millions of Indians bathe on most auspicious day Millions of Indians bathe on 'holiest day'

This is the most auspicious of six bathing days at the event, billed as the world's biggest human gathering


25,000 bikers set out for Guatemala shrine 25,000 bikers set out for Guatemala shrine

The heavy-bike event has taken place every year since 1961 from the capital city's cathedral square to the Black Christ Sanctuary in Esquipulas


Nepali women dies in outlawed 'menstruation hut' Nepali women dies in outlawed 'menstruation hut'

Many communities in Nepal view menstruating women as impure and in some remote areas they are forced to sleep in a hut away from the home


Venezuela crisis: Why US sanctions will hurt Why US sanctions on Venezuela will hurt

A new phase in the Venezuela crisis started last month when Washington recognised opposition leader Juan Guaidó


Esha Gupta: Has Instagram exposed everyday racism in India? Has Instagram exposed everyday racism in India?

Up until Monday, Esha Gupta was just a Bollywood actress with a passion for Arsenal football club


How do you compost a human body - and why? How do you compost a human body - and why?

A person's final resting place could be the foundations of a flowerbed or could feed the roots of a tree


US to shiver in 'once-in-a-generation' polar vortex US faces 'once-in-a-generation' cold snap

The most extreme arctic blasts, caused by a spinning pool of cold air known as the polar vortex, could bring temperatures as low as -53C (-64F)


World's oldest Nobel prize winner Arthur Ashkin World's oldest Nobel prize winner Arthur Ashkin

96-year-old scientist will make electricity cheap for all


Shaky truce in key Yemeni port of Hudaydah Shaky truce on front lines in Yemen

This vital warehouse still stores a sea of wheat sacks in a country on the cusp of famine


Bungaree: Indigenous man who helped Flinders explore Australia Indigenous 'king' who helped explore Australia

Bungaree was born in the area now known as Broken Bay, just north of modern day Sydney, in about 1775


Indian election 2019: Are fears of a mass hack credible? Can India's voting machines be hacked?

With 800 million voters and nearly 2,000 political parties taking part, India's elections are a staggeringly challenging exercise


Amar Ekuhsey Boimela getting bigger, more reader-friendly Amar Ekuhsey Boimela getting bigger, more reader-friendly

Works on the stalls and the main stage are almost finished


Australia horse deaths: Wild animals perish at dried-up waterhole Mass death of wild horses in Australia heat

About 40 of the animals had already died from dehydration and starvation


Pakistani boy exposed police for killing his family in Sahiwal shooting Pakistani boy exposed police for killing his family

The police had described Umair Khalil's father Mohammad Khalil, his mother Nabeela, sister Areeba and his father's friend Zeeshan as terrorists


How will history judge President Trump?

How will history judge President Trump?

The paranoia of Richard Nixon, who in his final days railed, King Lear-like, at portraits hanging on the White House walls


Can Prince Philip be charged with a crime? Can Prince Philip be charged with a crime?

Back in 2002 Princess Anne became the first senior member of the Royal family to be convicted of a criminal offence after her dog attacked two kids


Brexit: Theresa May scraps £65 fee for EU citizens to stay in UK May axes Brexit fee for EU citizens

MPs are due to vote on a modified version of the deal next Tuesday


Chang'e-4: Can anyone 'own' the Moon? Can anyone 'own' the Moon?

Since the Apollo 11 mission of July 1969, the Moon has remained largely untouched - no human has been there since 1972


Vogue sorry for misidentifying journalist Noor Tagouri Vogue misidentifies US Muslim journalist

Vogue magazine has apologised for misidentifying Muslim American journalist Noor Tagouri as a Pakistani actress in its February issue


Britain's Prince Philip still driving at 97 Britain's Prince Philip still driving at 97

Once motorists reach 70 in Britain, they need to renew their licences every three years, though they do not need to retake their driving test


The widow who asked eight French presidents for the truth The widow who asked eight French presidents for the truth

The 87-year-old is telling me about her life with Maurice Audin, a fellow maths student at the University of Algiers in the 1950s

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