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Thousands of demonstrators marched Sunday through Nicaragua's capital Managua to demand the resignation of President Daniel Ortega and

UK 'should scrap limit' on skilled migrants

A report considering the impact of Brexit on the UK labour market will be

Apple and banana in Australia needle scares

Australian police say sewing needles have been found hidden in an apple and a

Russia says Syrian missile brought down aircraft

Trump imposes tariffs on $200B more of Chinese goods

The Trump administration will impose tariffs on $200 billion more in Chinese goods starting next

Spain PM defends sending weapons to Saudis

Spain's prime minister on Sunday defended his government's controversial decision to go ahead with the delivery of 400

Australia's strawberry needle scare widens

Australia has ordered an investigation into the discovery of sewing needles hidden in strawberries, amid growing alarm over

Giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia celebrate birthdays

The River Safari's giant panda couple Kai Kai and Jia Jia celebrated hitting the double-digits on Friday with

GOP, White House fret about election prospects

The prognosis for President Donald Trump and his party was grim. In a post-Labor Day briefing at the

My Brexit plan or crash out of EU: May

British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that her Brexit plan is the only alternative to crashing out of

German and Austrian leaders meet on migration talks

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz are meeting to discuss migration before an upcoming European

Australian voters like new PM, poll shows

Australia's centre-right government remains on track for a heavy defeat at elections due by May 2019, an opinion

Machines will do more tasks than humans by 2025

Robots will handle 52 percent of current work tasks by 2025, almost twice as many as now, a

South Africa superbug kills six newborns

An outbreak of the Klebsiella pneumonia superbug that killed six newborns at a government hospital in Johannesburg has

Floodwaters rise as killer storm stalks southeastern US

Catastrophic floods raised the threat

Storm dumps epic rainfall on Carolina

US east coast communities face "epic amounts of rainfall" from storm Florence, which has been linked to at

'Jim Mattis could be replaced'

The popular US defense secretary Jim Mattis could be out of a job after the mid-term elections as

Theresa May irritated by leadership speculation

British Prime Minister Theresa May said Sunday she was "irritated" by speculation about a leadership contest as she slammed

French town swarmed by thousands of moths

Residents of a French town said their neighborhoods have become infested with moths, and one man captured video

Workers in Cuba fired for selling 15k apples to one

Several employees of a Cuban supermarket have been fired for selling 15,000 apples to a single customer in

Deadly shark attack at Massachusetts beach

A man in his 20s has died after being injured in a suspected shark attack in the US

Coast guard removed for white power sign

The US Coast Guard has removed a team member from duty after he was accused of making a

Ethiopia, Eritrea to sign accord in Saudi Arabia

Leaders from the East African nations of Ethiopia and Eritrea are to sign an agreement in Saudi Arabia

First radar satellite to launch in UK

The first all-British radar satellite is set to go into orbit on an Indian rocket. Called NovaSAR, it

Australia aged care scandals sparks national probe

Australia will launch a national inquiry into its

Supports May, opposes her Brexit plan, says Johnson

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