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04/25/2019 01:24 AM
Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un pledge stronger ties in Vladivostok
The two leaders are meeting for the first time in Russia, soon after the Trump-Kim talks collapsed.

04/24/2019 11:33 PM
Ghosn: Tokyo court grants $4.5m bail to former Nissan boss
Carlos Ghosn, who faces financial misconduct charges in Japan, is set be released from custody on bail.

04/24/2019 05:14 PM
Charity 'Sunshine' Tillemann-Dick: Opera singer with transplanted lungs dies
The 35-year-old singer performed across the world despite undergoing two double-lung transplants.

04/24/2019 09:22 PM
Millions of children miss measles jab
Half a million UK children have not been vaccinated against the potentially deadly illness, Unicef warns.

04/25/2019 02:00 AM
Sri Lanka attacks: Government admits 'major intelligence lapse'
An official says the government must answer for its failure to prevent the Easter Sunday bombings.

04/24/2019 02:53 PM
Russia offers passports to people in eastern Ukraine territories
The move is considered a challenge to incoming president Volodymyr Zelensky.

04/24/2019 12:25 PM
Dozens killed in South Africa flooding
Officials fear the death toll in the port city of Durban may rise further after heavy rains.

04/24/2019 08:35 PM
James Byrd Jr's killer executed for notorious 1998 hate crime
A white supremacist was put to death for the murder of James Byrd Jr, which changed America.

04/24/2019 11:44 PM
Prince William given Maori greeting in New Zealand
The Duke of Cambridge is to meet those affected by the Christchurch mosque attacks, where 50 people were killed.

04/25/2019 12:01 AM
Deforestation: Tropical tree losses persist at high levels
Forests in tropical regions are disappearing at the rate of 30 football fields a minute, say researchers.

04/24/2019 05:09 PM
Facebook sets aside $3bn for privacy probe
The social media giant said sales for the first three months of the year leapt 26% to $15.08bn

04/24/2019 04:00 PM
Pennsylvania woman killed in meat grinder accident
The woman was standing on a nearby set of stairs before she fell or was pulled in, officials say.

04/24/2019 04:20 PM
Joe Biden: Third time lucky in 2020 US president election?
The former US vice-president is set to announce that he's running for the White House - again.

04/24/2019 07:05 PM
How an anxious teen and an ex-YouTuber made an indie box office hit
How an ex-YouTube star created a US box office smash about teen life.

04/24/2019 07:28 PM
South Africa's first free elections after Apartheid
After Apartheid ended all South Africans regardless of race were finally able to vote for the first time in 1994. Organising the elections was a huge logistical challenge.

04/23/2019 07:04 PM
How Russia wants to control the internet
Critics say the Russian government's latest controversial cyber laws are a form of censorship.

04/23/2019 01:27 PM
Sri Lanka attacks: Volunteers' small acts of kindness for mourners
Volunteers provide water, food and support to those mourning the bombing in Negombo, Sri Lanka.

04/23/2019 09:31 AM
Sri Lanka attacks: CCTV shows suspected Sri Lanka church bomber
A man with a large backpack can be seen walking into St Sebastian's church just before a device is detonated.

04/24/2019 09:50 AM
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrives in Vladivostok ahead of Putin summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrives in Vladivostok ahead of Thursday's talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

04/24/2019 11:10 AM
Syrian film aims to cut capital city's divorce rate
Courts in Damascus will try reduce divorce rates by playing couples a film about separation.

04/23/2019 12:24 PM
Turkish taxi driver's gesture warms Swedish hearts
The taxi driver in Sweden lent his credit card for three days to a customer who forgot his wallet.

04/18/2019 06:40 AM
Hellboy film in Russia replaces Stalin with Hitler
A reference to the Soviet dictator in a line of dialogue was changed to Adolf Hitler.

04/24/2019 07:22 PM
The secret world of Russia's North Korean workers
North Korean migrants working in Russia are facing uncertainty due to UN sanctions.

04/24/2019 04:44 PM
What's behind the rise of anti-abortion 'heartbeat bills'?
What's behind the surge in the anti-abortion movement and what exactly is a heartbeat bill?

04/24/2019 07:20 PM
How fake news from Sudan’s regime backfired
Omar al-Bashir’s regime tried to smear protesters with fake confession videos. It didn’t work.

04/24/2019 07:21 PM
Notre-Dame fire: Has too much money been given to rebuild it?
An early estimate suggests that donations to the iconic cathedral now far surpass the cost of repairs.

04/24/2019 07:17 PM
Can India’s political prince unseat the PM?
Rahul Gandhi has energised a struggling party and has been increasingly setting the agenda.

04/24/2019 07:01 PM
The deadly disease wiping out Chinese pigs
Global pork prices could rise sharply as African swine fever decimates China's pig population.

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