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| December 18, 2017
bali-prison

Christian Beasley made a break from the Indonesian resort island's main prison with a fellow inmate after cutting a... More ››

| December 18, 2017
thailand-bus

Police said at least 10 gunmen were involved in the latest attack. They all escaped, blocking the road with... More ››

| December 18, 2017
Barry-Sherman

Police says the Shermans' bodies were found hanging from a railing around a basement pool, the theory being that... More ››

| December 18, 2017
embassy-killed

The Lebanese official said her body was found "on the side of the Emile Lahoud road" just north of... More ››

| December 18, 2017
Jordan-speaks

U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra‘ad al-Hussein told the BBC that attacks on the Rohingya had been... More ››

| December 18, 2017
Reuters-Myanmar-journo

The two Reuters reporters were arrested on Tuesday evening after they were invited to meet police officers for dinner... More ››

| December 18, 2017
putin-trump

Putin spoke by phone with Trump to convey his gratitude for intelligence supplied by the CIA. More ››

| December 18, 2017
tentera-Israel

"We must not allow terrorists to know that after a murder they have committed, they will sit in prison,... More ››

| December 18, 2017
Jordan-begins-diplomatic-offensive-ahead-of-Trump-move-on-Jerusalem

The draft resolution calls on all countries to refrain from opening embassies in Jerusalem, reflecting concerns that other governments... More ››

| December 18, 2017
macron

"While the French suffer from taxes, insecurity, immigration, Macron celebrates his 40th birthday at Chambord," right-wing politician Nicolas Dupont-Aignan... More ››

| December 18, 2017
trump-russia

Asked whether he was going to fire Mueller, the president told reporters: "No, I'm not." More ››

| December 18, 2017
Airport

And some said people were not being permitted to leave the airport, including a mother who tweeted: "My kid... More ››

| December 17, 2017
storm-kak-wai

Storm Kai-Tak weakened on Sunday afternoon, with gusts of up to 80 kilometres (50 miles) an hour, and was... More ››

| December 17, 2017
pakistan-church

Officials said security forces intercepted and shot one bomber outside but the second attacker managed to reach the church's... More ››

| December 17, 2017
air-pollution

Airborne concentration of fine particles (PM2.5) hit 185 microgrammes per cubic metre in the south of Tehran and 174... More ››

| December 17, 2017
China-lavishes-aid

Beijing and Islamabad see Gwadar as the future jewel in the crown of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a... More ››

| December 17, 2017
Indonesians-rally-over-Trump's-Jerusalem

Many of the protesters were clad in white and waved Palestinian flags and held up placards, some reading: “Peace,... More ››

| December 17, 2017
N.-Korea-'agent'-charged-with-WMD-sale

The man, who has lived in Australia for three decades, allegedly used encrypted communication services to facilitate the attempted... More ››

| December 17, 2017
Iraqi-Christians

Some 10,000 Iraqi Christian refugees live in Jordan, according to Father Rifaat Badr, who heads a Catholic research centre. More ››

| December 17, 2017
Billionaire-founder-of-Canada-drug-company,-wife-found-dead-at-home

Police have not publicly discussed potential motives for the deaths, but the Toronto Sun and The Globe and Mail... More ››

| December 17, 2017
EU-brexit

The Independent said the lead for “remain” over “leave” was the biggest in any poll so far since the... More ››

| December 17, 2017
knife

The two men, who were working for the National Geographic channel, were stabbed while shopping in a market popular... More ››

| December 17, 2017
mahmud-abbas

"We understand that the Palestinians may need a bit of a cooling off period, that's fine," a senior White... More ››

| December 17, 2017
jerusalem

The draft resolution calls on all countries to refrain from opening embassies in Jerusalem, reflecting concerns that other governments... More ››

| December 17, 2017
Argentina-submarine

Military sources quoted by local media say President Mauricio Macri is willing to retire most of the naval leadership. More ››

| December 17, 2017
california-wild-fire

From Saturday night through Sunday evening, the winds could lash neighboring Ventura County, the Weather Service said. That is... More ››

| December 17, 2017
Thai

In Thailand, using feet to point at people or objects, particularly sacred objects is considered very rude. More ››

| December 17, 2017
Myanmar

The journalists were arrested on Tuesday evening after they were invited to dine with police officers on the outskirts... More ››

| December 17, 2017
Tropical-storm-Kai-tak

Disaster officials were verifying reports that three people, including a two-year-old boy, had been killed during the storm. More ››

| December 17, 2017
GST-India

A top finance ministry official, who declined to be identified because he is not authorised to speak to the... More ››

| December 17, 2017
Smoking

A government survey earlier this year found that 62 percent of cigarette smokers thought of quitting because of warning... More ››

| December 16, 2017
saudiwomanonbike

The royal decree stipulates that the law on driving will be "equal" for both men and women. More ››

| December 16, 2017
sabih-al-masri

Confidants said Masri had been warned not to travel to Saudi Arabia after mass arrests last month of Saudi... More ››

| December 16, 2017
mugabe5

Energy Minister and ZANU-PF spokesman Simon Khaya-Moyo chanted “Forward with President Mugabe!” in the native Shona language before hastily... More ››

| December 16, 2017
Destination-Temple-of-the-D

Naranon Narakamin, who has publicly apologized for her action, will be charged with breaching the national archaeological site act... More ››

| December 16, 2017
Canadian-police

Toronto Mayor John Tory said in statement that he was “shocked and heartbroken” to learn of the deaths, and... More ››

| December 16, 2017
rahul-gandhi

Rahul was elected unopposed to take over from his mother who has been at the helm since 1998 following... More ››

| December 16, 2017
Tropical-Storm-Kai-Tak

More than 38,000 people have moved to evacuation camps. More ››

| December 16, 2017
indonesia-eathquake

A 62-year-old man in Ciamis and an 80-year-old woman in Pekalongan city were killed when the buildings they were... More ››

| December 16, 2017
cat-london

Snarl's Facebook page has a grim roll call of victims of the "Croydon Cat Ripper", as the killer was... More ››

| December 16, 2017
isis2

Many thousands were certainly killed in the intense fighting, but US experts believe many have survived, posing a formidable... More ››

| December 16, 2017
pope

The pope and King Abdullah, the custodian of the Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem's Old City, are likely to... More ››

| December 16, 2017
bitcoin

Zoobia Shahnaz was arrested at her Long Island home for sending over US$150,000 through shell accounts in China, Pakistan... More ››

| December 16, 2017
Facebook

Facebook, in a corporate blog post, said that social media can be good for people’s well-being if they use... More ››

| December 16, 2017
michael-mazzara

All four pleaded guilty at separate Manhattan federal court hearings and will be sentenced next year. More ››

| December 16, 2017
ronaldinho

O Globo's website reported Thursday that former Barcelona and Paris Saint-German star Ronaldinho was to run for a seat... More ››

| December 16, 2017
java_dec16

Indonesia’s national disaster management agency says quake activated early tsunami warning systems in the south of Java, but no... More ››

| December 15, 2017
Catholics-detained-singing-Xmas-carols-in-Indian-state

Mascarenhas said 32 Catholics, including two priests, were detained while "conducting a routine Christmas carol singing programme". More ››

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