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Laurent Gbagbo: Ivory Coast ex-president detained pending appeal Ivory Coast ex-leader to stay behind bars

The International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague acquitted him on Tuesday and ordered his immediate release


Monika Billen: German tourist found dead in Australian outback Tourist found dead in Australian outback

Monika Billen, 62, was last seen on 2 January at a popular outback tourist spot, Emily Gap, close to the town of Alice Springs


Putin warns West on Balkans as Serbia prepares lavish welcome

Serbia prepares lavish welcome for Putin

MiG jets will escort his plane and 7,000 police are being deployed


Volcano erupts on small Japan island: Agency

Volcano erupts on small Japan island: Agency

The agency says the eruption occurred at 9:19am local time (0019GMT), shortly after it issued a new warning


Syria war: 'IS suicide bomber' kills US troops in Manbij

'IS attack' kills US troops in Syria

IS fighters have been driven out of almost all of eastern Syria


Trump to visit Pentagon to unveil missile defense review Trump to visit Pentagon to unveil missile defense review

Trump in 2017 ordered an analysis of US missile defense technologies and how they should be adapted to keep up with changing threats


Kenya attack: 21 confirmed dead in DusitD2 hotel siege Kenya hotel attack death toll rises to 21

Some 28 injured people have been admitted to hospital, and Kenya's Red Cross said 19 are still missing


UK government survives no confidence vote UK government survives no confidence vote

Theresa May says she would start talks with other party leaders to find a Brexit compromise that MPs will back


DusitD2 siege over after suspected attackers killed Suspected militants in Nairobi attack killed

It is not clear how many attackers there were, but Kenyan police chief Joseph Boinnet told AFP news agency that "five terrorists" had been involved


Jihadist group Al-Shabaab claims Nairobi attack Jihadist group Al-Shabaab claims Nairobi attack

The group said in a statement picked up by SITE that its fighters stormed the DusitD2 complex on instructions by Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri


American killed in 'suspected terror attack' at high-end complex in Nairobi: Officials American killed in Nairobi terror attack

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta says 14 people were killed in the attack


Zimbabwe anti-government protest strike enters 3rd day Zimbabwe anti-government protest strike enters 3rd day

Zimbabwe's largest telecoms company, Econet, has sent text messages to customers saying it has been forced by the government to shut down internet


Nairobi hotel: 'Civilians trapped' as DusitD2 siege goes on, 15 killed 'Civilians trapped' as Kenya siege goes on, 15 killed

The Somalia-based militant group al-Shabab says it was behind the attack


Pakistani police raid militant hideout; 4 people killed Pakistani police raid militant hideout; 4 people killed

The Islamic State group at the time claims responsibility for the attack, saying it targeted "Shiite apostates"


Sabarimala: Woman who defied India temple ban 'attacked by mother-in-law' Woman who defied India temple ban 'beaten'

Kanaka Durga had been in hiding since 2 January, when her entry into the Sabarimala temple sparked protests


Fight against India joins 2 Kashmir teens in life and death Fight against India joins 2 Kashmir teens in life and death

Anti-India unrest has been on the rise since a charismatic rebel leader was killed in a 2016 gunbattle with Indian troops in southern Kashmir


Extreme poverty rises again in Latin America Extreme poverty rises again in Latin America

According to ECLAC, a United Nations body based in the Chilean capital, poverty should decrease to 29.6 percent


Grace Millane: Man denies murdering British backpacker Man denies murdering British backpacker

Miss Millane, 22, from Wickford, Essex, was last seen at a hostel in Auckland on 1 December


William Barr: 'I will not be bullied,' Trump nominee says Trump nominee: 'I will not be bullied'

As top US law officer, Mr Barr would lead the Department of Justice, which is meant to be politically independent


British PM faces confidence vote after Brexit humiliation British PM faces confidence vote after Brexit humiliation

She expects to win the confidence vote scheduled for around 1900 GMT on Wednesday night


Rahaf Mohammed: Saudi teen says women 'treated like slaves' Saudi teen: Women 'treated like slaves'

Ms Mohammed - who has dropped her surname, al-Qunun - alleged that her family had subjected her to physical and psychological abuse


Robert Schellenberg case: China accuses Canada of 'double standards' China attacks Canada 'double standards'

The foreign ministry told Canadian PM Justin Trudeau to "stop making such irresponsible remarks", accusing Canada of "double standards"


El Chapo 'paid $100m bribe to former Mexican president Peña Nieto' El Chapo 'paid $100m bribe to ex-president'

Guzman is accused of being behind the Sinaloa drug cartel, which prosecutors say was the largest US drug supplier


Nairobi DusitD2 hotel attacked by suspected militants, 6 kiilled 6 killed in Kenya hotel attack

The gunmen threw bombs at vehicles in the car park before entering the lobby, where one blew himself up


Brexit deal is voted down in historic Commons defeat UK PM’s Brexit deal rejected by MPs

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has now tabled a vote of no confidence in the government, which could trigger a general election


Republican Steve King ousted from House panels over race remarks Republican rebuked over race remarks

Both Democrats and his own party were quick to condemn Mr King for the remarks


Artwork with Saudi Arabia flag removed from Ground Zero Saudi flag artwork to leave 9/11 site

The artwork, Candy Nations, shows a series of large sweets wrapped in the flags of the G20 nations


Kumbh Mela: Millions of Indians begin holy dip Millions of Indians begin holy dip

At least 15m people are expected on the first day alone


US extends troop deployment at Mexico border US extends troop deployment at Mexico border

The Pentagon already has about 2,350 active-duty troops stationed along the boundary


Trump denies he ever worked for Russia

Trump denies he ever worked for Russia

Mr Mueller is leading an ongoing investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Kremlin to influence the 2016 presidential election


Taliban suicide bomber kills 4, wounds over 100 in Afghanistan’s Kabul Taliban suicide bomber kills 4 in Afghanistan

The blast occurs near the Green Village compound, home to several international organizations



Zimbabwe protests after petrol and diesel price hike Zimbabwe fuel price protests turn deadly

Several people have been killed during protests in Zimbabwe after the government more than doubled the price of fuel overnight


Judge extends block on Trump birth control rules across US Trump birth control rules blocked across US

The rules allow employers and insurers to decline to provide birth control if doing so violates their "religious beliefs" or "moral convictions"


Ivanka Trump to help US choose candidate for World Bank Ivanka to choose candidate for World Bank

Developing nations also have been increasing the pressure on the institutions to name a leader from an emerging market country


Embattled President Maduro raises Venezuelan wages to $6.70 Maduro raises Venezuelan wages to $6.70

Maduro presented his economic plans Monday at the start to his second disputed term


Decision time as British MPs vote on Brexit deal Decision time as British MPs vote on Brexit deal

The British parliament holds a historic vote Tuesday on the Brexit deal agreed with the EU


May says opponents of Brexit deal risk 'letting British people down' Don't let British people down, May tells MPs

She urges critics to give the deal "a second look", insisting new assurances on the Irish border had "legal force"


Erdogan, Trump discuss creating security zone in Syria Creating security zone in Syria discussed

The two leaders "discussed the idea of creating a security zone cleared of terrorism in the north of the country," it says in a statement


Canadian man sentenced to death in China for drug smuggling China sentences Canadian man to death for drug smuggling

Monday's ruling comes weeks after Canada arrested Meng Wanzhou, a top official at Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, on a request from the US

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