Trump linked Ukraine aid to Biden probe - diplomat
Trump linked Ukraine aid to Biden probe - diplomat
A top US diplomat says President Trump made the release of military aid to Ukraine conditional on a pledge they would in...
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HK frees murder suspect who sparked protest crisis
HK frees murder suspect who sparked protest crisis
Hong Kong has released the murder suspect whose case led to plans to change extradition rules which then triggered the c...
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Trump calls impeachment inquiry 'a lynching'
Trump calls impeachment inquiry 'a lynching'
US President Donald Trump has called the congressional impeachment investigation that may seek to remove him from office...
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Pair charged over Oslo ambulance hijacking
Pair charged over Oslo ambulance hijacking
A man has been charged with attempted murder after a stolen ambulance crashed into a family in the Norwegian capital Osl...
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Trudeau retains power but set to lose majority
Trudeau retains power but set to lose majority
Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party has retained power but as a minority government, according to projections by Canada's nat...
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1 day ago | 128 views
Clashes as Bolivia’s Morales nears election win
Clashes as Bolivia’s Morales nears election win
Clashes have broken out in Bolivia as President Evo Morales appeared set to win re-election in controversial circumstanc...
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1 day ago | 127 views
Japan's emperor formally ascends ancient throne
Japan's emperor formally ascends ancient throne
Japan's Emperor Naruhito has formally proclaimed his ascension to the throne in an elaborate ceremony. The emperor, 59, o...
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Some US troops to stay in Syria, says Trump
Some US troops to stay in Syria, says Trump
US President Donald Trump says some American troops will stay on in Syria despite his call for them to be pulled out. He...
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Thai king strips consort of titles for 'disloyalty'
Thai king strips consort of titles for 'disloyalty'
Thailand's King Vajiralongkorn has stripped his royal consort of her rank and titles for "misbehaviour and disloyalty ag...
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At least 55 elephants die in Zimbabwe drought
At least 55 elephants die in Zimbabwe drought
At least 55 elephants have starved to death in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park over the past two months amid a severe dr...
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Johannesburg's black mayor resigns in race row
Johannesburg's black mayor resigns in race row
One of the most senior politicians in South Africa's historically white main opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) has res...
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MPs' vote on Brexit deal ruled out by Speaker
MPs' vote on Brexit deal ruled out by Speaker
The Commons Speaker has refused a government request to hold a "yes" or "no" vote on its Brexit deal. John Bercow said a...
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Chile looters torch factory, killing five
Chile looters torch factory, killing five
Five people have died after a garment factory was set ablaze by looters near Chile's capital Santiago amid a wave of vio...
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2 days ago | 211 views
Lebanon 'set for reform deal' amid huge protests
Lebanon 'set for reform deal' amid huge protests
Lebanon's coalition government has reportedly agreed to a package of economic reforms as it attempts to quell the bigges...
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2 days ago | 209 views
Five things to know about Canada's election
Five things to know about Canada's election
Canadians will be going to the polls on Monday to decide whether to give Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal party a...
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Bolivia's Evo Morales set to face first run-off
Bolivia's Evo Morales set to face first run-off
Bolivian President Evo Morales is set to face a run-off vote for the first time after failing to secure a fourth consecu...
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US troops leaving Syria will go to Iraq - official
US troops leaving Syria will go to Iraq - official
All US troops withdrawing from northern Syria are expected to be relocated to western Iraq, Secretary of Defense Mark Es...
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Petrol bombs tossed at police in HK clashes
Petrol bombs tossed at police in HK clashes
A group of hardcore protesters threw petrol bombs at a police station as violence flared in Hong Kong during a banned ma...
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2 days ago | 252 views
Hundreds of sheep flock to Madrid's streets
Hundreds of sheep flock to Madrid's streets
Madrid's streets were left baa-dly congested on Sunday, as more than 2,000 sheep passed through its bustling city centre...
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2 days ago | 252 views
Fare rise suspended in Chile as unrest continues
Fare rise suspended in Chile as unrest continues
Chile's President Sebastián Piñera has suspended a rise in metro fares that sparked protests across the country. Soldie...
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3 days ago | 295 views
Trump ditches hosting G7 summit at his golf course
Trump ditches hosting G7 summit at his golf course
US President Donald Trump has abandoned plans to host next year's G7 summit at one of his resorts in Florida after bipar...
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Clean-up on Brazil beaches amid oil spill mystery
Clean-up on Brazil beaches amid oil spill mystery
Thousands of people have taken part in a huge clean-up operation to remove oil and tar from beaches along Brazil's north...
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3 days ago | 295 views
Longest non-stop passenger flight tested
Longest non-stop passenger flight tested
Australian carrier Qantas has completed a test of the longest non-stop commercial passenger flight as part of research o...
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3 days ago | 293 views
Turkey's Erdogan vows to 'crush heads' of Kurds
Turkey's Erdogan vows to 'crush heads' of Kurds
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that Turkey will "crush the heads" of Kurdish fighters if they do not withdr...
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3 days ago | 332 views
Dozens protest against China during US NBA game
Dozens protest against China during US NBA game
Dozens of spectators at a US NBA basketball game have held signs and donned t-shirts and masks in support of protests in...
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3 days ago | 333 views
Siberian dam collapse kills 15
Siberian dam collapse kills 15
At least 15 people have died and 13 others are missing after a dam collapse at a gold mine in Siberia. The dam, on the Se...
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3 days ago | 331 views
Iraqi man charged over deadly migrant boat capsize
Iraqi man charged over deadly migrant boat capsize
Police in Australia have charged an Iraqi man over a people-smuggling operation which caused the deaths of more than 350...
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3 days ago | 332 views
Chile's capital in state of emergency amid unrest
Chile's capital in state of emergency amid unrest
A state of emergency has been declared in the Chilean capital, Santiago, after protests sparked by increased metro ticke...
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4 days ago | 375 views
Senate majority leader attacks Trump on Syria
Senate majority leader attacks Trump on Syria
The US Senate majority leader has attacked President Donald Trump's policy in Syria. In a Washington Post opinion piece, ...
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4 days ago | 376 views
Mexico president defends freeing son of 'El Chapo'
Mexico president defends freeing son of 'El Chapo'
Mexico's president has defended freeing drug kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán's son soon after his arrest. When Ovidio...
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4 days ago | 410 views