Zakir Musa: India’s ‘most wanted’ militant killed in Kashmir

Image copyright Hilal ShahImage caption Zakir Musa’s death has brought protests Zakir Musa, described as “India’s most wanted” militant, has been killed in Indian-administered Kashmir, the army has confirmed. The

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School students walk out in global climate strike

Image copyright ReutersImage caption Climate protests are under way in Melbourne School students in Australia and New Zealand have gone on strike, marking the start of a worldwide day of

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Majority in Brazil’s top court to make homophobia and transphobia crimes

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption The decision will give real protection to gays and transgender people, activists say (file photo) A majority in Brazil’s Supreme Court has voted in favour

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‘Why can only guys make movies?’

By Paul Glynn Entertainment reporter at the Cannes Film Festival Image copyright Cannes Film FestivalImage caption Sofia Quiros (l) and Melina Leon In the almost 72-year history of the Cannes

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Wildlife filmmaker’s guide to India’s Jim Corbett National Park

(CNN) — As the sun rises over the canopy in India’s Jim Corbett National Park, a sambar deer steps into view. The handsome animal is among hundreds of species in

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Trump says USMCA ‘too complicated’ for Pelosi to understand

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is speaking at her weekly news conference and discussing her abrupt meeting with President Trump yesterday. The meeting — which was supposed to be

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European Elections: What to watch out for in the results

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption With 751 seats up for grabs, the big picture is set to be shaped by key battles Voting is already under way as 28 European

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Brazil’s Barão de Cocais waits as dam nearby at risk of collapse

Image copyright ReutersImage caption The embankment of the Gongo Soco mine is at imminent risk of collapse The thick layer of mud which buried 270 people in Brumadinho has barely

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Is Facebook undermining democracy in Africa?

Image copyright Getty Images Facebook is under fire in Africa for undermining democracy, with critics saying the social media giant has allowed its platform to be weaponised for co-ordinated misinformation

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Italy’s ghost town that became a home for the poor

Hundreds of derelict apartments sitting on Italy’s south coast have become a home to migrants and people in poverty. Parco Saraceno, near Naples, was built in the 1960s as a

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Austria scandal: Mystery of the honey-trap video

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe video, from, 2017, was recorded in a villa in Ibiza It was a warm, summer night at a luxury villa in

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Join a rideshare to the Great Barrier Reef

(CNN) — Update the ol’ Uber app because beginning Monday, May 27, for an extremely limited time, riders in select Queensland, Australia, cities will be able to request a ride

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Trudeau exonerates Cree chief of 1885 treason charge

Image copyright O.B. Buell/Library and Archives CanadaImage caption Chief Poundmaker Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has exonerated a Cree leader who was convicted in 1885 on a charge of “treason-felony”.

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How did six migrant children die on US border?

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Jakelin Caal’s body was buried in her hometown in Guatemala. The circumstances have been similar: they cross the southern US border without the proper documents,

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Ugandan capital Kampala bans street children donations

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Street beggars say children attract more sympathy from passers-by, earning them more money Uganda’s capital Kampala has passed a law to ban giving money or

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Egypt releases students held after exams protests

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption Authorities reportedly released the students after about 12 hours The Egyptian authorities have released dozens of high school students detained for several hours after protesting

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India election 2019: Narendra Modi thanks voters for ‘historic mandate’

Image copyright AFPImage caption Mr Modi’s Hindu nationalist politics were under scrutiny in the marathon election Prime Minister Narendra Modi has thanked the people of India for giving him a

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Quentin Tarantino ‘rejects hypothesis’ on Margot Robbie

Director Quentin Tarantino rejected a question from a reporter at the Cannes press conference for his latest movie Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood. The reporter asked why he had

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Pelosi calls for family ‘intervention’ with Trump

Image copyright Mark Wilson/Getty imagesImage caption Speaker Pelosi said she is concerned for the President Trump’s well being and that of the country The US House of Representatives’ Democratic leader

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Nurse ‘Rightly Fired’ For Offering to Give Bible to Cancer Patient, Court Rules

A medical professional who attempted to offer a Bible to a cancer patient was “rightly sacked” from her job, a court has heard. British nurse Sarah Kuteh was fired from

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Baltimore government held hostage by hackers’ ransomware

Image copyright Alex Wroblewski/Getty ImagesImage caption Baltimore’s government servers have been attacked by ransomware The US city of Baltimore’s government, long plagued by dysfunction, is now battling a ransomware attack

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In pictures: Brazilian inmates create fashion behind bars

Image copyright AFP Glamorous locations and top name designers are what the models from the São Paulo Fashion Week are used to but on Wednesday they instead showed off creations

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Why Queen is ‘muddled’ about flying

London (CNN) — Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has relived a few of her most memorable trips, after seeing the ticket for her first long-haul flight as head of state in 1953.

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John Walker Lindh: Anger as ‘American Taliban’ freed

Image copyright AFP/GettyImage caption John Walker Lindh expressed regret for joining the Taliban in 2002, but people have raised doubts about this contrition John Walker Lindh – the so-called “American

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Stunning result in world’s largest election

Congress Party president Rahul Gandhi conceding India’s election during a news conference in New Delhi on Thursday. SAJJAD HUSSAIN/AFP/Getty Images Congress president Rahul Gandhi conceded defeat to Narendra Modi in

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Celebrations after Prime Minister Modi wins Indian election

Celebrations are under way in India among Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters after the current prime minister, Narendra Modi, secured another five-year term in the general election. Results so far

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Why Amsterdam wants tourists to go elsewhere

(CNN) — Famous for its tolerance as much as its narrow houses and broad canals, Amsterdam is undergoing a radical change of attitude when it comes to the millions of

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US weather: Tornadoes kill at least seven people

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTornado damage in Missouri At least seven people have been killed in weather-related deaths as tornadoes sweep across the US Midwest, local

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General election results 2019 live

Constituencies A – Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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The Tiger Who Came To Tea author Judith Kerr dies

The Tiger Who Came To Tea author Judith Kerr has died at the age of 95, her publisher HarperCollins says. Charlie Redmayne, head of her publisher HarperCollins, said she was

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Venice police move Banksy street stall

Reuters Banksy has released a video on social media of some new artwork in Venice, Italy. The street artist wrote that he set up a stall in Venice during the

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John Walker Lindh: What happens when you release a ‘traitor’?

Image copyright AFP John Walker Lindh and hundreds more have been sent to prison for terrorism, treason and other crimes. The release of the “American Taliban” on Thursday shows how

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Healthy dog put down to be buried with owner in Virginia, US

Image copyright Getty ImagesImage caption This shih tzu dog is a similar breed to the one which was put down in the US A dog owner in America had her

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Why Iraqi comedy shows are booming

Iraqi shows mocking the establishment have been gaining millions of views in the past few years. BBC Monitoring looks at who these satirists are, and the risks and obstacles they

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We’re Going to Ibiza revived as protest hit in Austria scandal

Image copyright ReutersImage caption The Vengaboys, seen here at the peak of their popularity A 20-year-old Eurodance hit by Dutch group Vengaboys has a new lease of life thanks to

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