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08/17/2019 09:00 AM
Sudan conflict: Army and civilians seal power-sharing deal
The power-sharing agreement comes after months of protests following the toppling of the president.

08/17/2019 09:04 AM
Kashmir's communications partially restored, says India
Phone services are slowly being reinstated, but internet and mobile phone services remain suspended.

08/17/2019 10:39 AM
Bangladesh fire: 15,000 homes destroyed in Dhaka slum
About 15,000 homes are destroyed in a shanty town in Dhaka - but no deaths have been reported.

08/17/2019 10:25 AM
Iran tanker: US issues warrant to seize Grace 1 supertanker
A judge in Gibraltar had ordered the release of the detained tanker a day before the warrant was issued.

08/17/2019 05:05 AM
El Paso shooting: Man shocked as hundreds attend wife's funeral
Antonio Basco asked members of the community to attend after his wife was killed in El Paso, Texas.

08/17/2019 07:21 AM
Famous dugong dies after eating plastic
Pieces of plastic were found inside the stomach of the sea mammal which was stranded on a Thai beach.

08/17/2019 06:11 AM
Allyson Felix: Nike changes policy for pregnant athletes
Six-time Olympic gold medallist Allyson Felix says female athletes will "no longer be financially penalised for having a child" after Nike changed its sponsorship contracts.

08/17/2019 05:43 AM
Peter Fonda, star of Easy Rider, dies aged 79
The 1969 cult classic, which Fonda also co-wrote and produced, earned him an Oscar nomination.

08/16/2019 07:00 PM
How Hong Kong got trapped in a cycle of violence
Police and protesters are locked into a spiral of provocation - is there any way out?

08/17/2019 09:10 AM
Nasa picks headquarters for Moon lander
A Nasa facility in Alabama will play a key role in sending astronauts to the Moon's surface in 2024.

08/16/2019 05:11 PM
Jeffrey Epstein death ruled 'suicide by hanging'
The financier awaiting trial for sex trafficking killed himself in jail, says post-mortem in New York.

08/16/2019 08:45 PM
Elephants top agenda at conservation conference
Some countries are seeking extra protection while others want to re-open ivory markets at key trade meeting in Geneva.

08/17/2019 10:07 AM
How Hong Kong's police are tackling protests
Senior officials address accusations of heavy-handedness and the rumours of Chinese intervention.

08/16/2019 07:25 PM
Why I 'married' an anime character
Akihiko Kondo is one of a growing number of Japanese people turning their back on real-world romance.

08/16/2019 09:28 PM
The Fortnite coach who helped create teenage millionaires
Hugh Gilmour failed to qualify for the Fortnite World Cup, so has turned to coaching instead.

08/16/2019 01:48 PM
Lucas Fowler and Chynna Deese: The forgotten faces in Canadian 'fugitives' story
The families of Lucas Fowler, Chynna Deese, and Leonard Dyck left with questions as manhunt ends.

08/16/2019 08:49 PM
Candida auris: The new superbug on the block
The fungus was only discovered 10 years ago, but is now a problem in hospitals across the world.

08/16/2019 06:16 PM
Why US lags behind on graphic cigarette warnings
Shocking images on packages would be the first change since 1984 - other countries have gone much further.

08/16/2019 07:36 AM
Hong Kong protest: What is mainland China hearing?
State media censor Hong Kong reports and blame protests on a violent minority and foreign interference.

08/16/2019 07:59 PM
Why Nigeria has restricted food imports
The government hopes to boost agriculture but will it lead to higher prices?

08/16/2019 12:17 PM
Raccoon gets stuck in Florida vending machine
Things didn't quite go to plan when the hungry animal tried to pilfer a snack.

08/15/2019 08:16 PM
Truck driven into protesters at US immigrant detention centre
The demonstrators had been blocking the entrance to the immigrant detention centre in Rhode Island.

08/15/2019 08:14 PM
Twin festival in northwest France reaches 25th year
The town of Pleucadeuc in northwest France holds an annual festival for twins, now in its 25th year.

08/15/2019 09:51 AM
Russia bird strike: Collision with gulls forces plane to land in field
Dozens of people were injured when the Airbus 321 was forced to land in a field near Moscow.

08/15/2019 07:29 PM
Lee Komaki: Former Tokyo red-light district worker hopes to enter politics
After a career in Tokyo's red-light district, Lee Komaki wants to enter politics. But he faces challenges.

08/16/2019 11:11 AM
Russia bird strike: How cool heads glided jet down to safety
Russian crew are hailed as heroes for saving everyone aboard an Airbus jet hit by a flock of gulls.

08/16/2019 09:07 AM
Malta migrants: Sole survivor describes 11 days in dinghy
Mohammed Adam Oga says 14 others died as they waited to be rescued in the Mediterranean.

08/16/2019 06:01 AM
Beautycon, SneakerCon, VidCon: The new-age conventions
From make-up to sneakers, niche meet-ups are attracting thousands of people a year.

08/14/2019 07:36 PM
The farmers who worry about our phone batteries
Lithium is being mined in Chile to make batteries, but at what cost to the local environment?

08/14/2019 08:23 PM
Woodstock still sounds golden 50 years on
On the 50th anniversary of the seminal Woodstock music festival, we speak to people who were at the "Aquarian explosion".

08/13/2019 07:19 PM
The children sent to a DR Congo 'holiday camp' never to come back
A Belgian court is investigating an orphanage for alleged abduction of children from DR Congo.

08/13/2019 07:27 PM
The 'poetry of concrete' and the tragedy of a broken bridge
Seven people tell the story of their connection to the Genoa bridge collapse.

08/13/2019 04:15 PM
Hillsong: A church with rock concerts and 2m followers
As Christian churches face declining numbers, one is bucking the trend. Is Hillsong a triumph of marketing or faith?

08/14/2019 08:23 AM
ASAP Rocky: A complete timeline of rapper's assault case
ASAP Rocky and his co-accused are found guilty of assault in Sweden, a month after his arrest.

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