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Which Democrats are running in 2020? Which Democrats are running in 2020?

This field of candidates promises to be the most diverse yet


Venezuela crisis: Maduro cuts ties after US recognises opposition leader Maduro cuts ties after US backs opposition

At least 14 people were shot dead during protests on Tuesday and Wednesday


Kim Jong-un applauds Trump for second summit plans Kim Jong-un pleased with Trump's letter

The two men are planning to meet for a second time by the end of February


Malaysia set to elect new king after unprecedented abdication Malaysia to pick king after shock abdication

A new ruler, known as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, is usually picked every five years


Death toll from Indonesian floods and landslides rises to 26

Death toll from Indonesian floods rises to 26

Rescuers are still searching for 24 people


US shutdown: Trump says Pelosi 'afraid of the truth' Trump defies Pelosi over Congress speech

Mr Trump insists the State of the Union will happen on 29 January since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi already invited him to address Congress this month


Juan Guaidó: US backs opposition leader as Venezuela president US says it now backs Venezuela opposition

A number of South American countries, including Brazil, Colombia and Peru, have also recognised Mr Guaidó as Venezuela's legitimate president


13 dead in two days of Venezuela unrest 13 dead in two days of Venezuela unrest

The deaths, mostly from gunshot wounds, were recorded in the capital and across the country


Yang Hengjun: Australian popular blogger detained in China Popular blogger detained in China

Yang Hengjun, a former Chinese diplomat, has been held since flying from New York to Guangzhou on Saturday


Landslides, flooding from dam kill 8 in central Indonesia 8 killed in Indonesia Landslides

The national disaster agency says four people are missing and more than 2,000 were in temporary shelters


Five people dead in SunTrust Bank shooting in Florida Five dead in bank shooting in Florida

The gunman - named as Zephen Xaver, 21 - had barricaded himself in the branch, forced people to lie on the floor and began shooting


Singapore actor dies in New Zealand military training Singapore actor dies in New Zealand military training

After the accident on Saturday near Waiouru on New Zealand's North Island, the 28-year-old was transferred to hospital and underwent surgery


'Four dead' in Venezuela as thousands rally against Maduro 'Four dead' as thousands rally against Maduro

Anti-government protestors have turned up in "many cities" across the country, newspaper Tal Cual reported Wednesday


Erdogan in Moscow for talks with Putin on Syria safe zone Erdogan in Moscow for talks with Putin on Syria safe zone

Turkey has welcomed Washington's planned withdrawal from Syria


Priyanka follows Nehru-Gandhi footsteps into Indian politics Priyanka follows Nehru-Gandhi footsteps into Indian politics

She will oversee the party's campaign in eastern Uttar Pradesh, home to Modi's constituency in the holy Hindu city of Varanasi


France extradites African football chief to war crimes court: ICC France extradites African football chief to war crimes court: ICC

The transfer of Ngaissona, who is from the Central African Republic,"followed the completion of necessary national proceedings in France


Australian writer 'missing' in China Australian writer 'missing' in China

The Australian government says- it is investigating reports a Chinese-Australian writer has gone missing in China.


Sonia Gandhi's daughter Priyanka Gandhi formally enters politics in India Priyanka Gandhi formally enters politics in India

The party on Wednesday announced she will hold the title of All India Congress Committee General Secretary


Apartment fire in Syria's capital kills 7 siblings Apartment fire in Syria's capital kills 7 siblings

SANA says the cause of the Tuesday night fire in the fourth-floor apartment was not immediately known


How dangerous is Australia for women?

How dangerous is Australia for women?

The death of Israeli Arab student Aya Maasarwe, 21, has sparked an outcry and fresh debate about violence against women in Australia


Hong Kong's legislature takes up China national anthem bill

Hong Kong's legislature takes up China national anthem bill

The move comes after soccer fans here booed the anthem at the start of international qualifiers


Landslide, flooding from dam kill 6 in central Indonesia

6 killed in Indonesia landslide

The death toll could rise as areas hit by landslides are waiting for heavy earthmoving equipment to join the search effort


Thai royal palace issues decree on 1st election since coup Thai royal issues decree on 1st election

The date of the vote is to be announced by the Election Commission within five day


Zimbabwe troops accused of 'systematic torture' of protesters

Zimbabwe troops 'used systematic torture'

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission strongly criticises authorities for using troops to quell demonstrations


Putin and Erdogan to hold Syria talks Putin and Erdogan to hold Syria talks

The two leaders are on opposite sides of the conflict: Russia provides critical support to the Syrian government


Rudolf Hess: DNA test disproves Spandau prison conspiracy theory Hitler deputy conspiracy theory quashed

A DNA test carried out by Austrian scientists has shown that the man imprisoned in Berlin's Spandau Prison had indeed been Hitler's deputy


Four held over New York state 'plot' against Muslims Four held over NY 'plot' against Muslims

The suspects are accused of possessing homemade bombs and firearms, and planning to attack Islamberg, founded by a Pakistani cleric in the 1980s


US Supreme Court allows Trump military transgender ban US Supreme Court allows Trump military transgender ban

The court voted 5-4 to grant a Trump administration request to lift injunctions blocking the policy while challenges continue in lower courts


India detains Rohingya stuck in border standoff with Bangladesh India detains Rohingya stuck in border standoff with Bangladesh

Bangladesh already hosts around a million Rohingya refugees in giant camps in the country's southeast


No Mossad link to Brussels Jewish museum attack: investigators No Mossad link to Brussels Jewish museum attack: investigators

Jewish community leaders voiced fears that the defence will deflect attention from the anti-Semitic nature of the attacks


20 presumed dead from ship fires off Crimea 20 presumed dead from ship fires off Crimea

Ukraine's government says that at the time of the accident AIS tracking devices had been turned off on both vessels


Ex-diplomats, scholars urge China to release Canadians Ex-diplomats, scholars urge China to release Canadians

The letter comes amid heightened diplomatic tensions between Ottawa and Beijing since Meng's arrest


Mexico probes negligence in pipeline blast that killed 91

Mexico probes negligence in pipeline blast that killed 91

The death toll from the blast and ensuing fire has now risen to 91 people


Brexit: MPs put forward rival plans to May's deal UK MPs put forward rival Brexit plans

MPs are due to vote on a modified version of Mrs May's deal on January 29


Death toll rises to 45 in Taliban attack Death toll rises to 45 in Taliban attack

The attack began when a suicide bomber first drove a Humvee into the base in eastern Maidan Wardak province


'The bed that saved me from the Taliban'

'The bed that saved me from the Taliban'

Just over a year ago, Greek pilot Vasileios Vasileiou checked into a luxury hilltop hotel in Kabul


Little chance of quick end to painful month-long US shutdown Little chance of quick end to painful month-long US shutdown

President Donald Trump refuses to endorse a budget that does not contain $5.7 billion to build the barrier


Zimbabwe president abandons Davos trip amid unrest Zimbabwe leader abandons trip amid unrest

Mr Mnangagwa had been due to attend the Davos economic summit where he was expected to seek investment for Zimbabwe


Indonesia reviews release of radical cleric Abu Bakar Ba'asyir Indonesia reviews release of jailed cleric

The nightclub bombing killed more than 200 people, many of them Australian.

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