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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull asserted the right of the Australian navy to travel the South China Sea, after local

Trump invited Putin to US during phone call: Russia

US President Donald Trump invited his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to the United States during a phone call, and

Bahrain sentences 24 Shias to jail

A Bahrain court sentenced 24 Shia citizens to prison and stripped them of their nationality after finding them guilty

US school shootings rise rapidly in two decades

Mass shootings at US schools are rising rapidly, killing more people in the last 18 years than in the

Woman dies in London care home fire

The London Fire Brigade said on Friday (April 20) a woman has been confirmed dead in a fire at

Occupied Paris varsity site cleared

French police swooped before dawn on Friday to clear out around 100 people who had occupied a Paris university

Miguel Diaz-Canel opens new chapter for Cuba

After the Soviet Union collapsed, Miguel Diaz-Canel used a bicycle to get around his hometown of Santa Clara, a

Heatwaves cook Great Barrier Reef corals

Prolonged ocean warming events, known as marine heatwaves, take a significant toll on the complex ecosystem of the Great

Macron heading to Germany for talks with Merkel

French President Emmanuel Macron is heading to Berlin for meetings with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the hopes of

Trump voices hope Koreas can live together in peace

US President Donald Trump voiced hope Wednesday that North and South Korea, technically still at war, can pave the

Ethiopia's new prime minister names new cabinet

Ethiopia's new prime minister named a cabinet on Thursday that includes the former mining minister as defense minister and

Plastic straw and cotton bud ban proposed

Plastic straws and cotton buds could be banned in England as part of the

Australia bank charged fees to dead clients

Australia's largest lender collected fees from customers it knew had died, a major inquiry

US Senate allows babies into chamber

The US Senate has agreed new rules that allow members to bring infants into

US to order jet engine checks after blast

US aviation authorities are to order inspections of jet engines after a mid-air explosion

Planet-hunter launches from Florida

The US space agency's Tess satellite has launched from

Shallow Indonesia quake kills 3, damages hundreds of homes

A shallow earthquake in central Indonesia has killed three people and damaged more

New role for wife of North Korea's Kim: First Lady

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has given his

Castro nears retirement as Cuban president

Cuba's Raul Castro was just hours away from retiring as president on Wednesday, with his

Saudi Arabia launches first new cinema

Saudi Arabia launched its first commercial movie theatre on Wednesday, ending a nearly 40-year ban

Trump 'will quit Kim talks if not fruitful'

US President Donald Trump says that if his planned talks with North Korean leader Kim

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: a tale of love at first sight

It was love at first sight

Modi confronted by protests in London

Hundreds of noisy protesters greeted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he arrived in London

Trump 'will walk out' if North Korea talks not fruitful

President Trump declared on Wednesday that he would scrap a planned summit meeting with North

Terrifying moments on Southwest flight

Federal air safety officials investigating why the engine of a Southwest Airlines jet blew apart,

"I don't get confused"

US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has fired back after a White House aide accused her of "momentary

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