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Nuclear fuel removed from crippled Japan plant Nuclear fuel removed from crippled Japan plant

Operations were briefly suspended early Monday afternoon after a problem with the equipment removing the fuel, but resumed shortly afterwards


White House denies Trump inciting violence against Muslim lawmaker White House denies Trump inciting violence against Muslim lawmaker

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took time out from an official trip to issue a strong statement urging Trump to remove the clip


Strong storms in US South kill at least 8 and injure dozens Strong storms in US South kill at least 8 and injure dozens

Nearly 90,000 customers were without electricity in Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Georgia as of midday Sunday


'Fake news' fuelling ethno-religious crisis in Nigeria: experts 'Fake news' fuelling ethno-religious crisis in Nigeria: experts

Security threats include Boko Haram Islamists in the northeast and violence between nomadic cattle herders and farmers in central states


Congress seeks probe into Modi’s 'mysterious box' Congress seeks probe into Modi’s 'mysterious box'

The video shows two men carrying a black box to a private Innova parked at a helipad, allegedly immediately after Modi's chopper had landed there


World’s largest plane makes first test flight World’s largest plane makes first test flight

The mega jet carried out its maiden voyage over the Mojave desert


Assange will cooperate with Sweden, but fight US warrant: Lawyer 'Assange will cooperate with Sweden, but fight US warrant'

Assange lawyer Jennifer Robinson says that the key issue at the moment is US extradition, which we have warned about for many years


PM Narendra Modi vows to not allow Muftis and Abdullahs to divide India Modi vows to not allow Muftis and Abdullahs to divide India

Addressing a massive rally in Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua, Modi blamed the Abdullahs and Muftis for destroying three generations of Jammu and Kashmir


Finland election: Leftist party tipped to win vote Finland tipped to shift left at polls

The country will have its first left-wing leader in 20 years


Brexit: Warning over Labour's referendum stance Referendum warning for UK Labour Party

Labour's current policy is to keep all options on the table - including pressing for a further EU referendum


Iranian who removed headscarf sentenced to year in prison Iranian who removed headscarf sentenced

Iranian law requires women to dress conservatively and cover their hair in public


Venezuela crisis: Maduro calls for million more militia members Maduro seeks million members for militia

Mr Maduro's call to increase the militia numbers will be seen as an attempt to shield himself further both politically and physically


UN says fighting over Libya's Tripoli has killed 121 121 killed in Libya's Tripoli clash

The World Health Organization says Sunday that 561 others have been wounded


Saudis, UAE express support for Sudan military council Saudis, UAE express support for Sudan military council

Saudi King Salman ordered an unspecified package of aid for Sudan that includes petroleum products, wheat and medicine


Palestinian president swears in new government Palestinian president swears in new government

President Mahmoud Abbas picks Mohammed Ishtayeh as prime minister


LS polls 2019: Hema Malini disagrees with Maneka Gandhi on helping Muslims Hema disagrees with Maneka on helping Muslims

BJP leader and sitting Member of Parliament from Mathura Hema Malini said on Saturday that once elected…


Ukraine ambassador's car rammed in London; Police fire shots Ukraine ambassador's car rammed in London

The Ukraine Embassy said its ambassador's official car, which was parked, was rammed twice before police arrived


3 killed, 4 injured in Nepal plane crash near Mount Everest 3 killed in Nepal plane crash near Mount Everest

The crash occurrs while the plane belonging to Summit Air was trying to take off from Lukla for Kathmandu on Sunday morning


Ivanka Trump in Africa to promote women at work program Ivanka Trump in Africa to promote women

Ivanka Trump in Africa to promote women at work program


Death toll from collapse of buildings in Brazil rises to 8 Brazil buildings collapse: Death toll rises to 8

Luciano Sarmento of Rio's fire department say survivors would be found because "air pockets may have been formed allowing people to breathe


100 years after Amritsar massacre, India demands full UK apology 100 years after Amritsar massacre, India demands full UK apology

Hundreds have gathered in the northern Indian city of Amritsar to mark the centenary of the Jallianwala…


Canada removes mention of Sikh extremism, India fumes Canada removes mention of Sikh extremism

Indian officials are aghast at the perceived capitulation to pressure from some community groups in Canada


Nepal Summit Air crash accident kills two, injures five 2 killed in Nepal Summit Air crash

The airport, built in 1964, is rated as one of the most dangerous airports in the world due to strong tailwinds and a short runway


One dead after Australia shooting outside nightclub One dead in Australia nightclub shooting

Police said four men — three security guards and a patron waiting to get in — were shot outside the Love Machine club in the trendy


The world's largest plane just flew for the first time The world's largest plane just flew for the first time

Stratolaunch, the company founded in 2011 by the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen,conducted the first test flight of the world's largest plane


Ilhan Omar: The 9/11 row embroiling the US congresswoman Ilhan Omar: The 9/11 row embroiling the US congresswoman

A Democrat congresswoman says she will not be silenced after facing a barrage of criticism over comments she made about the 9/11 attacks


Democrats set new deadline on Trump tax returns Democrats set new deadline on Trump tax returns

US President Donald Trump's tax returns must be given to House Democrats by 23 April, a committee chair has said


Sudan coup: Military leader vows to 'uproot regime' Sudan coup: Military leader vows to 'uproot regime'

The leader of Sudan's interim military council has vowed to "uproot the regime" two days after a military coup


London police fire shots after vehicle rams Ukraine embassy car
London police fire shots after vehicle rams Ukraine embassy car

A Senior police officer says there would be an investigation into the discharge of a police firearm, as in line with procedure


27 Suspected graves found at  Florida 27 Suspected graves found at Florida

The suspected graves were discovered when a contractor began a cleanup of ground pollution at the site, which is located near the former Dozier School


Man killed in new cow lynching in India Man killed in new cow lynching in India

The latest incident happened in the eastern state of Jharkhand late on Thursday


Fisher-Price recalls millions of baby sleepers after fatalities Baby sleepers recalled in US after deaths

The recall is announced by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on Friday


India hopes to avoid US sanctions over Russian missile deal India hopes to avoid US sanctions over Russian missile deal

Trump’s administration imposed sanctions on China’s military last year over Beijing’s purchase of the S-400 and other military hardware


UK police arrest 4 Sri Lankans for suspected extremist links 4 Sri Lankans arrested in UK for extremist links

Police say they are suspected of violating the Terrorism Act


Syria says Israeli airstrike on military position wounds 6 Israeli airstrike wounds 6 soldiers in Syria

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the Israeli airstrikes hit three targets, wounding 17 Syrian soldiers


Sudan activists: 'Regime' kills 16 after Omar al-Bashir's ouster 16 killed after Omar al-Bashir's ouster in Sudan

Sudanese police say that the 16 were killed by "stray bullets," and that at least 20 people were wounded at rallies


Congress wants Sheila Dikshit to contest from east Delhi Congress wants Sheila Dikshit to contest from east Delhi

Rahul Gandhi while discussing the candidate list on Thursday, expressed his desire that Dikshit be the party’s face from East Delhi


India, Britain mark colonial massacre centenary India, Britain mark colonial massacre centenary

The number of casualties from the event, which galvanised support for independence, is unclear


Pompeo: China financing of Maduro prolongs Venezuela crisis Pompeo: China financing of Maduro prolongs Venezuela crisis

Pompeo kicks off a four-country tour of Latin America in Chile, where he met with President Sebastián Piñera to discuss the US-China trade war

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