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US election race: Gillibrand launches presidential bid

US election race: Gillibrand launches presidential bid

New York Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand joins an increasingly crowded race for the party's nomination.
Indonesia floods: Baby rescued from underneath collapsed building

Indonesia floods: Baby rescued from underneath collapsed building

A five-month-old boy is rescued by soldiers after Indonesia's Papua province is hit by flash floods.
'Clear' parallels with Boeing crashes

'Clear' parallels with Boeing crashes

Ethiopia sees 'similarities' between last week's plane crash and last year's disaster off Indonesia.
Serbia protests: President Vucic the target of Belgrade rally

Serbia protests: President Vucic the target of Belgrade rally

President Aleksandar Vucic is refusing to bow to opposition calls for media and electoral reform.
Christchurch shooting survivor says he forgives his wife's killer

Christchurch shooting survivor says he forgives his wife's killer

Farid Ahmed's wife Hosne, 44, was killed while searching for him in Christchurch.
Christchurch shootings: The New Zealanders rallying to help victims

Christchurch shootings: The New Zealanders rallying to help victims

Among those offering support, church-goers are fundraising to help their Muslim neighbours.
Bangladesh Fifa official held for 'defaming' PM Hasina

Bangladesh Fifa official held for 'defaming' PM Hasina

Mahfuza Akhter Kiron was arrested after saying that PM Sheikh Hasina was neglecting football.
Cyclone Idai: Zimbabwe school hit by landslide

Cyclone Idai: Zimbabwe school hit by landslide

Two pupils are among 31 people killed as Cyclone Idai hits Zimbabwe after Mozambique and Malawi.
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank in formal merger talks

Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank in formal merger talks

Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank are to launch formal merger talks as they struggle to grow.
Indonesia floods: Dozens dead in Papua province

Indonesia floods: Dozens dead in Papua province

Rescue workers struggle to reach remote parts of Papua province, amid fears the death toll could rise.
Christchurch shootings: Stories of heroism emerge from attacks

Christchurch shootings: Stories of heroism emerge from attacks

Two rural officers chased and arrested the gunman, who was thought to be planning more attacks.
Christchurch shootings: Mosque attacks leave city in shock

Christchurch shootings: Mosque attacks leave city in shock

The Christchurch mosque attacks have stunned Muslims and non-Muslims alike, writes Jay Savage.
Why Arsenal's Mesut Ozil sent a Kenyan boy football boots

Why Arsenal's Mesut Ozil sent a Kenyan boy football boots

A chance photo of a makeshift football shirt changed a Kenyan boy's life.
Joe Biden says he's running in 2020 - then corrects himself

Joe Biden says he's running in 2020 - then corrects himself

The former vice-president appeared to say he was a 2020 candidate - before saying he 'didn't mean it'
Christchurch shootings: Flowers and Haka

Christchurch shootings: Flowers and Haka

The Christchurch community remembers those killed with a large floral memorial and an outpouring of grief.
Anti-corruption candidate Zuzana Caputova leads Slovak poll

Anti-corruption candidate Zuzana Caputova leads Slovak poll

Lawyer Zuzana Caputova has a clear lead, but the presidential election will go to a second round.
Ethiopian Airlines: Empty coffins buried after Boeing 737 Max 8 crash

Ethiopian Airlines: Empty coffins buried after Boeing 737 Max 8 crash

Relatives of the 157 people who died a week ago are still waiting for the bodies to be recovered.
Like a dog with a bone: The Bolivian helping strays

Like a dog with a bone: The Bolivian helping strays

Why a Bolivian businessman gave up his career to feed hundreds of street dogs in La Paz.
Justice remains elusive for victims of war crimes in Syria

Justice remains elusive for victims of war crimes in Syria

UN investigators have spent years collecting evidence, but turning that into prosecutions is difficult, says Jeremy Bowen.
Can you murder a robot?

Can you murder a robot?

Does it matter if we hurt a robot? And should we have rules to make sure they don't hurt us?