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- Trump Russia inquiry: Lawyer 'chosen' by president
- White House lawyers ‘begin research into impeachment procedu
- Ivanka Trump praises Saudi Arabia on women's rights after co
- President Mike Pence? Dems should be 'careful what they wish
- 'React first': Canadian army issues guide to dealing with ch
- US air strikes in Syria: Why America really attacked pro-Ass
In this undated photo released by the Georgia Department of Corrections, J.W. Ledford Jr., poses for a photo.
Death row inmate eats 5,500-calorie final meal featuring filet mignon steak wrapped in bacon and fried pork chops
- Murray struggles with illness on French Open eve: reports
- Stars turn out for lavish French Riviera AIDS fundraiser
- Donald Trump scolds NATO allies in Brussels speech
- Berlin Wall, 9/11 symbols offer message to Trump at Nato
- Trump cries foul over burden sharing at NATO summit
- Nishikori fights back to reach Geneva semis
Former U.S. President Barack Obama, right, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel smile as Obama hands over a headphone for translation during a discussion event on democracy and global responsibility at a Protestant conference in Berlin, Germany, Thursday, May 25, 2017
Barack Obama draws crowd of tens of thousands in Berlin
Asia Middle East
- Faisal Khan flies to Indonesia just a day after explosions
- Arjit Taneja’s family hits panic button after Jakarta blasts
- S.Korea stocks at another record high; won flat on oil price
- From the past pages of dawn: 1967: Fifty years ago: ‘Chinese
- Footprints: Keeping the Edhi spirit alive
- All aboard India’s new luxury affordable train
A pair of stranded mariners signal for help by writing "SOS" in the sand as a U.S. Navy P-8A Poseidon aircraft crew from Patrol Squadron (VP) 8 flies over in support of a Coast Guard search and rescue mission, East Fayu Island, Micronesia, 25 August, 2016.
SOS mystery in remote Western Australia stumps police
- US-led strikes kill 35 civilians in Syria: monitor
- UN expresses alarm over treatment of Palestinian prisoners
- 13 Afghan soldiers, 20 Taliban fighters killed in Kandahar c
- Manchester's Libyans react to killer in their midst
- Philippine troops launch 'precision' strikes against Islamic
- How Saudi Arabia played Donald Trump
Kashmiri Muslim orphan children receive food for Iftar, the meal traditionally taken after sunset prayers to break the Ramdan daily fast, at the Jammu and Kashmir Rahat Manzil (Orphanage) at the Bemina crossing in Srinagar, India, 10 July 2015.Most Muslims around the world are observing the holy fasting month of Ramadan, celebrated with prayers, readings from the Koran and gatherings with family and friends, as they abstain from eating, drinking, smoking and sexual relations from dawn till dusk.
How can we minimise food wastage during iftar?
South America Africa
- Brazil's JBS holds first board meeting after scandal on Frid
- Losing power: Ecuador’s Correa hospitalized after retiring
- Brazil troops recalled after deployment following riots
- Brazil's Temer submits bill to bolster financing to agribusi
- Ecuador's new president says he is negotiating World Bank lo
- UPDATE 1-Brazil's Temer ends deployment of troops in capital
A reveler wearing a crown with a sign that reads in Portuguese: "Come back Dilma" shouts slogans against Brazil's President Michel Temer, during the "Out Temer" carnival street party in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian army deployed as anti-Temer protests turn violent
- China-Mauritius FTA feasibility research comes to positive e
- Australia set to play both Fiji and Papua New Guinea in 40-m
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- Australia set to play both Fiji and Papua New Guinea in 40-m
- Trump got Egypt to free an American prisoner. Here’s her sto
- A celebration of African Unity
File - Photograph of Abdul Qadir Al-Jazairi (Abdelkader), wearing the sash of the Legion d'Honneur presented to him by the French Government, Paris, 1850's.
We must look to the past, not Isis, for the true meaning of Islam
Australia Caribbean
- Australia, NZ dollars seen with large weekly gains vs pound
- Sia set to announce first Australian tour in five years
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- Lindt cafe siege inquest: war against terror is a war, after
- Adani Carmichael mine to get six-year holiday on royalties,
- ABC defends Sydney FC v Liverpool coverage described by host
A Filipino health worker pose to show condoms that are given for free to the public by the Department of Health in Manila, Philippines on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016.A human rights watchdog says the Philippines is facing one of the fastest growing epidemics of HIV in the Asia Pacific, fueled by government policies that restrict intervention, including access to condoms by men who have sex with men. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
Chinese group buys condom brand named after James Bond for £462 million
- U.S. lawmakers reintroduce bill to end restrictions on Cuba
- Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge Movie Review
- Barbados: the perfect luxury getaway
- War Machine | The Other Side of Hope | Pirates of the Caribb
- Kenya Signs Deal With Cuba to Improve Healthcare
- Expedia enables hotel booking in Cuba
File - British Prime Minister Theresa May, center right, speaks with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, center left, during a round table meeting at an EU summit in Brussels on Thursday, March 9, 2017.
The great British Brexit robbery: how our democracy was hijacked
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