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Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric shameful, dangerous: Hillary Clinton

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton slammed her outspoken Republican rival Donald Trump for his continued anti-Muslim rhetoric, calling them shameful and dangerous for the United Stat

Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric shameful, dangerous: Hillary Clinton

Obama bans solitary confinement for juveniles in federal jails

Barack Obama has announced to ban solitary confinement for juveniles in federal prisons, saying the practice is overused and can cause long-lasting and devastating psychological consequences, especial

Obama bans solitary confinement for juveniles in federal jails

Iran’s return to the fold sparks business bonanza for Europe

Iran's return to the international fold has accelerated as President Hassan Rouhani sealed multi-billion dollar deals with Italian companies keen to capitalise on the lifting of sanctions on the Islam

Iran’s return to the fold sparks business bonanza for Europe

Kevin Jonas’ daughter making most out of Winter Storm Jonas

Though Winter Storm Jonas has bombarded the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast this weekend, it has of course brought something for the Jonas Brothers.

Kevin Jonas’ daughter making most out of Winter Storm Jonas

Protesting Sikh removed from Donald Trump rally

A turbaned Sikh man was forced out of Donald Trump's rally in the US state of Iowa after he interrupted the Republican presidential frontrunner's speech by displaying a banner that read 'Stop Hate'.

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MH370 hunt loses hi-tech sonar probe to undersea volcano

An underwater sonar vehicle used in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines plane MH370 has now been lost to the deep ocean floor after hitting an undersea volcano, Australian officials said today.

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British explorer Henry Worsley dies on solo Antarctic trek

A British adventurer has died after suffering exhaustion and dehydration while attempting to cross the Antarctic alone.

British explorer Henry Worsley dies on solo Antarctic trek

Zika virus seen spreading to all countries in the Americas: WHO

The Zika virus, a mosquito-borne disease suspected of causing serious birth defects, is expected to spread to all countries in the Americas except Canada and Chile, the World Health Organisation said.

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Ex-spy reveals that UK knew of Guantanamo torture

A former senior British intelligence officer has said that he wants to give evidence on security services knowing about the torture of inmates at the United States prison camp in Guantanamo Bay.

Ex-spy reveals that UK knew of Guantanamo torture

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, Leonardo DiCaprio face off over comments on energy industry

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged Leonardo DiCaprio to tone down his "inflammatory rhetoric" on climate change, chastising his harsh comments on the energy industry.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, Leonardo DiCaprio face off over comments on energy industry

American Airlines jet diverts to Canada; 7 hurt on plane

American Airlines says seven people were taken to hospital after a plane from Miami to Milan made an emergency landing in Newfoundland after the plane briefly encountered severe turbulence.

American Airlines jet diverts to Canada; 7 hurt on plane

Earthquake in Spain: 6.6 magnitude quake hits southeast of Malaga

Earthquake in Spain: A major earthquake of magnitude 6.6 struck about 162 km (100 miles) southeast of Malaga, Spain, on Tuesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

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Earthquake in Alaska: Magnitude 7.3 intensity quake shakes Anchorage, takes Twitter by storm

Earthquake in Alaska of magnitude 7.3 intensity on Richter scale hit the southern parts of the US state early on Sunday, the US Geological Survey said, setting off tremors felt more than 170 miles (28

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Bangladeshi journalist Altaf Mahmood dies in Dhaka

Altaf Mahmood, the president of the pro-Awami League faction of Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists (BFUJ), breathed his last at Dhaka's Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) on Sund

Bangladeshi journalist Altaf Mahmood dies in Dhaka

Pakistan SC to hear pleas against Nawaz Sharif for not notifying Urdu as ‘national language’

Pakistan's Supreme Court will soon take up two contempt petitions against the country's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for not notifying Urdu as the national language despite explicit court orders.

Pakistan SC to hear pleas against Nawaz Sharif for not notifying Urdu as ‘national language’

Rehman Malik likely to become ‘key witness’ against Pervez Musharraf in Benazir murder case

The prosecution is likely to introduce Pakistan former minister Senator Rehman Malik as an additional witness before the court in Benazir murder case against the former President Pervez Musharraf.

Rehman Malik likely to become ‘key witness’ against Pervez Musharraf in Benazir murder case

Celebs share their ‘Snow Day’ with Winter Storm Jonas

Winter Storm Jonas continues to go wild in the East Coast. So, how can celebs not share their very own 'Snow Day' moments on the various social media platforms?

Celebs share their ‘Snow Day’ with Winter Storm Jonas

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 search to end in June 2016

The Australian Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JICC) informed that the Federal Government has placed a date on the underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in June 2016.

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 search to end in June 2016

Russia strikes Syrian rebels near Turkey borders

Russian airstrikes targeted rebel-bound weapon shipment entering Syria from Turkey as the Syrian military was making progress against the militant groups close to the Turkish borders.

Russia strikes Syrian rebels near Turkey borders

Monster snowstorm sweeps across US East Coast

A monster snowstorm that could bury the American capital under more than two and a half feet of snow swept across the US EastCoast with 85 million residents in its path, bringing the region to a virtu

Monster snowstorm sweeps across US East Coast

India tourism ministerial meeting lauds increase in tourism exchange

The Fifth Meeting of ASEAN and India Tourism Ministers was held yesterday in Manila, the Philippines, in conjunction with the ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) 2016.

India tourism ministerial meeting lauds increase in tourism exchange

Iranian, Chinese presidents agree to expand economic, political ties

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and visiting Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping said on Saturday their countries had agreed to expand economic and political ties, calling it a "new season" in bilateral r

Iranian, Chinese presidents agree to expand economic, political ties

Saudi fatwa banning chess stirs online outcry

A fatwa issued by Saudi Arabia's top cleric prohibiting chess in Islam and equating it with gambling has caused a stir on social media.

Saudi fatwa banning chess stirs online outcry

China building base in Pak would push India towards US: expert

Describing Chinese assertiveness in the region as an opportunity for the US, an expert from an advisory group has said that China's move to build a base in Pakistan would bring India more closer to Am

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Texts, Internet, social networks are ‘gift of God’ if used wisely: Pope Francis

Pope Francis, who has acknowledged being "a disaster" when it comes to technology, said on Friday that the Internet, social networks and text messages were "a gift of God" if used wisely.

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Demi Lovato performs at Hillary Clinton’s rally

Singer Demi Lovato extended support to Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and delivered an impromptu performance at her rally while visiting the University of Iowa.

Demi Lovato performs at Hillary Clinton’s rally

Japan accepts 27 refugees last year, rejects 99%: Govt

Japan accepted only 27 refugees last year and rejected almost all applications, officials said today, as rights groups urged the government to allow more people in.

Japan accepts 27 refugees last year, rejects 99%: Govt
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