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Pentagon authorizes $1 billion for Donald Trump’s border wall

Pentagon authorizes $1 billion for Trump’s border wall

The Department of Homeland Security asks the Pentagon to build 92 kilometres of 18-foot (5.5-metre) fencing, build and improve roads


Trump hints at payback for 'evil' enemies over Mueller report Trump hints at payback for 'evil' enemies

Speaking in the Oval Office, Trump said no other president should have to be investigated over "a false narrative"


Michael Avenatti: Stormy Daniels lawyer accused of fraud Stormy Daniels lawyer accused of extortion

Mr Avenatti appeared in a New York court on Monday and was released on $300,000 (£227,000) bail


Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket hits house Israel strikes Gaza after rocket hits house

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said the office of Hamas's political leader and the group's military intelligence headquarters were among the targets


Flash floods kill at least 19 in southern Iran

Flash floods kill at least 19 in Iran

Further torrential rain has been forecast for the north and east of the country in the coming hours and days


British MPs back votes on Brexit alternatives by 329 votes to 302 British MPs back votes on Brexit alternatives

Theresa May says allowing MPs to take over the Commons agenda would have set an "unwelcome precedent"


Thai military accused of 'rigged' election by former PM Thaksin Thai military accused of 'rigged' election by Thaksin

Prime ministerial candidate Sudarat Keyuraphan points to ‘irregularities’ and says the party is gathering evidence


Imam who urged Czech Muslims to take up arms is fired Imam who urged Czech Muslims to take up arms is fired

The Denik N daily quoted the Ukrainian-born lawyer as saying he made the appeal owing to "Islamophobic sentiments" in the Czech Republic


Jet airways gets $1500 Cr funding as founder Naresh Goyal Exits Jet airways gets $1500 Cr funding as Naresh Goyal Exits

Jet Airways founder Naresh Goyal and his wife Anita Goyal on Monday resigned from the board for an immediate bailout of Rs. 1,500-crore by lenders


Shooter kills five in China's Inner Mongolia: police Shooter kills five in China's Inner Mongolia: police

The shooting happened at around 3.30 pm and the case is under investigation


More than 9,000 foreign IS relatives in Syria camp: Kurdish official More than 9,000 foreign IS relatives in Syria camp: Kurdish official

The total number of foreigners in Al-Hol camp includes more than 6,500 children


New Zealand attack note left at fire at California mosque New Zealand attack note left at fire at California mosque

A note was found in the parking lot referencing the shootings this month that killed 50 people at mosques in the city of Christchurch


Qatar’s $434M Desert Rose museum blooms Qatar’s $434M Desert Rose museum blooms

This is a museum that narrates the story of the people of Qatar that includes 114 fountain sculptures in a 900-metre long lagoon


Georgia 'will join NATO': NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg Georgia 'will join NATO': Stoltenberg

Last year, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Georgia’s eventual NATO entry could provoke a terrible conflict


Rocket fired from Gaza lands north of Tel Aviv Rocket fired from Gaza lands north of Tel Aviv

The rocket landed in the village of Mishmeret about 25 kilometers setting the building on fire and injuring people inside


Kenyan teacher who gives away 80% of his salary is awarded a $1M global prize Teacher who gives away 80% of his salary wins $1M Prize

Peter Tabichi gives away 80% of his monthly income to help the poor, has won a $1 million prize


Ethiopian Airlines ‘believes in’ Boeing despite crash: CEO Ethiopian Airlines ‘believes in’ Boeing despite crash: CEO

Ethiopian Airlines authority says we believes in Boeing. They have been a partner of ours for many years


China pursuing 'new world media order' to suppress criticism: watchdog China pursuing 'new world media order'

Written entirely by teams from state-owned media, the watchdog said, these supplements carry official Chinese messages for foreign readers


Over 100 killed in Afghanistan's northern Kunduz province Over 100 killed in Afghanistan

Talawka is a strategically important neighborhood on the outskirt of Kunduz city


Turkey vows to become global player in defense industry Turkey vows to become global player in defense industry

Turkey's aerospace and defense industry exports surged 17 percent in 2018, hitting a record high of 2.035 billion U.S. dollars


Sri Lankan navy detains 9 Iranians for drug smuggling Sri Lankan navy detains 9 Iranians for drug smuggling

Immediate investigations revealed that the suspects threw 50 kg of the heroin into the sea as the officers was approaching their trawler


New Zealand orders top-level inquiry into mosque massacres New Zealand orders top-level inquiry into mosque massacres

New Zealand's spy agencies have faced criticism in the wake of the attack for concentrating on the threat from Islamic extremism


Thai junta poised to retain power as nation awaits vote results Thai junta poised to retain power as nation awaits vote results

Sunday's poll -- seen as a referendum on the military -- was the first since a 2014 coup, and was held under new rules written by the junta


Mueller report: President Trump 'did not conspire with Russia' Trump 'did not conspire with Russia'

Robert Mueller's report finds no evidence of collusion; but does not exonerate Trump of obstruction


Thai junta party takes shock lead in first general election since 2014 coup Thai junta party takes shock lead in general election

Sunday's election was held under new laws written by the military to smooth its transformation into a civilian government


Xi arrives on French Riviera as Macron seeks united EU front on China Xi arrives on French Riviera

A Monaco government spokesman says bilateral talks would "address economic and environmental issues"


Israel says Trump to recognise Golan as its territory Monday Israel says Trump to recognise Golan as its territory Monday

Israel says US President Donald Trump will sign an order recognising Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights


Cycling safety ad sparks sexism outcry in Germany Cycling safety ad sparks sexism outcry in Germany

Family Minister Franziska Giffey also hit out at Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer of the conservative CSU party


Disease fears mount for Africa cyclone survivors Disease fears mount for Africa cyclone survivors

Survivors are struggling in desperate conditions with some still trapped on rooftops and those rescued in urgent need of food and medical supplies


3 jihadists blow themselves up in north Iraq: army 3 jihadists blow themselves up in north Iraq: army

The suspects died as troops surrounded them but there were no casualties among government forces


Sri Lanka opens work on $3.85bn refinery near strategic port Sri Lanka opens work on $3.85bn refinery near strategic port

The government pointed to this new line of cash pouring into the region as proof foreign investors were not deterred by that experience of Hambantota


SP chief Akhilesh Yadav to contest from Azamgarh LS seat

Akhilesh Yadav to contest from Azamgarh LS seat

The party will field senior leader Mohd Azam Khan from Rampur


Raj Babbar fielded from Fatehpur Sikri Raj Babbar fielded from Fatehpur Sikri

Earlier, Babbar had been fielded from Moradabad


Strong 6.1-magnitude quake jolts eastern Indonesia 6.1-magnitude quake jolts eastern Indonesia

Indonesia experiences frequent seismic and volcanic activity due to its position on the Pacific "Ring of Fire", where tectonic plates collide


Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems Passengers airlifted from Norway cruise

Eight people suffered injuries and three of those were thought to be in a serious condition


Israel’s PM Netanyahu to meet Donald Trump on Monday Netanyahu to meet Trump Monday

The two leaders are scheduled to meet on Monday at the White House and on Tuesday over dinner


New Zealand to hold national remembrance for Christchurch next Friday NZ to hold national remembrance for Christchurch

Since then, New Zealanders have responded with an outpouring of support for the country’s small Muslim community


More than 130 killed in Mali massacre as UN visits Over 130 killed in Mali massacre

The attack is launched at dawn on Saturday in the village near the border with Burkina Faso


Pakistan president Arif Alvi calls for peace with India Pakistan president calls for peace with India

The president, said India had blamed Pakistan for the suicidebomb attack without evidence

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