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Viewpoint : How likely is an Assange conviction in US? How likely is an Assange conviction in US?

Assange has been charged with a single count of participating in the hacking of intelligence computers with Chelsea Manning


Jack Cole: The 'scary' dancer who made Marilyn sparkle How Marilyn's Diamonds routine sparkled

Cole was born John Ewing Richter in 1911 into a blue collar family in New Jersey


How would nuclear war change humanity? How would nuclear war change humanity?

Human activity has made this era of Earth’s history among the most perilous ever


The pressure to be beautiful in Bangladesh The pressure to be beautiful in Bangladesh

"As women we are often compelled to portray our beautiful selves," says Habiba Nowrose


India election 2019: Has India's BJP government kept its promises? Has India's government kept its promises?

It is by a considerable margin the largest democratic process in the world, with around 900 million people eligible to take part


Germany's economy: Should we be worried? Germany's economy: Should we be worried?

The previous day, new official data showed that manufacturing orders also declined in the same month


Concern over Singapore's anti-fake news law

Concern over Singapore's anti-fake news law

The government says the law is necessary to protect Singaporeans from fake news and educate them about potential damage it can cause


Kremlin questions Russian figures showing scale of poverty Kremlin questions Russian figures showing scale of poverty

The data also reveals that 80% of Russian families found it difficult to make ends meet


Facts about Sharia law around the world Facts about Sharia law around the world

Hudud, which means "boundaries" in Arabic, is the punishment meted out for sins such as adultery, rape, homosexuality, theft and murder


China-Taiwan tensions grow after warplane incursion China wary of US as Taiwan tensions grow

Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has called for Chinese warplanes that cross the maritime line to be "forcefully expelled"


Why India's rich don't give their money away



Why India's rich don't give their money away

The Tata Trusts, endowed by the personal wealth and profits of one of India's biggest and oldest conglomerates, has been India's biggest philanthropic


Christchurch attacks: NZ gun suspect 'complains of treatment' NZ gun suspect 'complains of treatment'

Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, has so far been charged with one murder and is expected to face further charges


New emperor, new era: How a single word defines Japan How a single word defines Japan

Japan's emperor has no political power, but remains a highly symbolic figure


Where are we now with the Thai election? Thailand election: Where are we now?

On Thursday, the Election Commission (EC) released the unofficial results, showing the pro-military party had won the popular vote


Where is the Islamic State group still active around the world? Where is IS still active around the world?

IS and its affiliates continue to be active in various countries, claiming attacks on a daily basis through the group's online propaganda outlets


How a Chinese firm fell victim to intellectual property theft China's struggle with the theft of ideas

The country only established copyright laws in the 1980s, but things have progressed relatively quickly since then


India election 2019: Is India building enough new houses? Building a house for everyone in India

Millions of new homes have been planned and approved to deal with India's chronic homelessness problem


Why are nets appearing over trees and hedges? Why are nets appearing over trees and hedges?

The RSPB - which says the UK has lost more than 40 million birds in the past 50 years - has now asked the government to address this issue


Italy takes a shine to China's New Silk Road Italy takes a shine to China's New Silk Road

Xi Jinping's project is a New Silk Road which, just like the ancient trade route, aims to link China to Europe


Finland tops world happiness rankings, South Sudan bottom: UN Finland tops world happiness rankings

The other Nordic countries, as well as the Netherlands, Switzerland, Canada, New Zealand and Austria also made the top ten


Thailand election: A vote for a hybrid democracy Voting in Thailand's hybrid democracy

The election taking place this Sunday in Thailand has to be understood within the context of this last objective


The ambitious water project that failed to prevent drought The water project that failed to prevent drought

Water shortage is a familiar story in Maharashtra


Stories of heroism emerge from Christchurch mosques attacks Stories of heroism emerge from Christchurch mosques attacks

Stories of heroism have emerged from the attacks at two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand leaving 51 people dead


Friendship School enlightens underprivileged children Friendship School enlightens underprivileged children

Slowly it has grown up and currently there are more than five hundred under privileged children in 4 branches of Friendship School


India election 2019: Why can't politics move beyond Nehru? Why can't Indian politics move beyond Nehru?

Voting in India is due to begin on 11 April, with the final ballot cast more than five weeks later on 19 May


A look at attacks on houses of worship over last decade A look at attacks on houses of worship over last decade

Houses of worship around the world, a place of reflection and peace, have been targeted for attack by extremists


Boeing: What next after the 737 Max disasters? What's next for Boeing after 737 grounding?

As investigators work to determine the cause of the tragedies, the US regulator said the aircraft would be grounded until at least May


Pakistan standoff helps India's Modi shift focus from jobs Pakistan standoff helps Modi shift focus from jobs

Modi claiming that his government's response to the suicide bombing shows that a "New India" is emerging


China foreign investment: How doing business will change How doing business with China might change

The 3,000 or so delegates to China's annual National People's Congress (NPC) will endorse the new law on Friday


School shootings around the world School shootings around the world

Some of the worst school shootings worldwide in the past two decades after eight people including four children were killed Wednesday


Brexit vote: What just happened?

Brexit vote: What just happened?

MPs will vote on a motion on whether to allow the UK to exit the EU on 29 March without a deal or "no-deal" Brexit


Ethiopian Airlines: Who are the victims?

Ethiopian Airlines: Who are the victims?

Among the victims were 32 Kenyans, 18 Canadians, nine Ethiopians and seven Britons, according to a passenger list


Crossing Divides: Two Koreas divided by a fractured language Two Koreas divided by a fractured language

North Korea's closed society means its language has changed little since the post-WW2 division of the peninsula


Juan Guaidó: Is there a new cult of personality in Venezuela? Is there a cult of personality in Venezuela?

Most Venezuelans are exhausted by the current situation and simply want change


Proud Boys and antifa: When a right-wing activist met a left-wing anti-fascist Meeting America's political extremes

Two activists who have been on opposite sides in the Portland clashes agreed to meet and talk


If you die early, how will your children remember you? If you die early, how will your children remember you?

Another discovery is that bereaved children often carry a huge amount of guilt


How does reclusive President Bouteflika run Algeria? The president who doesn't speak

For many Algerians it is difficult to understand how their 82-year-old president, who suffered a stroke six years ago, can run the country


Kylie Jenner becomes youngest self-made billionaire ever Kylie Jenner becomes youngest self-made billionaire ever

The beauty of Kylie Cosmetics, which Jenner started in 2015, is its minuscule overhead—and the outsize profits that go straight into Jenner’s pocket


Prince Charles charity link to Russian offshore network

Prince Charles link to Russian offshore network

An international investigation has exposed how the network received money from companies linked to major fraud

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