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Updated 2019-05-24 01:22
Modi defies critics and even his own party
WikiLeaks founder indicted on Espionage Act charges, raising issue of press freedoms
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been charged with 17 new counts under the Espionage Act for "unlawfully obtaining" and disclosing national defense information, including a potentially controversial allegation that his publishing of some secrets was criminal.
EU citizens in the UK say they've been denied the right to vote
Hundreds of EU citizens living in Britain have been turned away at polling stations as they attempted to vote in the European elections on Thursday, campaigners say.
Indian PM Modi dedicates stunning victory to nation
Trump walkout marks point of no return
Student dies in fall while taking photos at a scenic overlook
An Oregon State University student died Sunday after falling approximately 100 feet while taking photographs at a scenic coastal viewpoint along Highway 101, according to the Tillamook County Sheriff's Office.
Why Amsterdam wants tourists to go elsewhere
The Dutch capital's canals, tulips and traditional narrow houses have always been a draw for tourists, but now the city is looking at ways to reduce visitor numbers to sustainable levels.
Top soccer official urges racially abused players to walk off the pitch
FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura says the clearest message players can send to fans who are racially abusing them is to walk off the field of play.
India's minorities fear return of polarizing Modi
Trump rejects Pelosi's claim that he 'engaged in a cover-up'
A photographer went inside three Huawei campuses in China and this is what he saw
Banksy crashes Venice Biennale with street stall
Street artist Banksy appears to have turned up unannounced at the Venice Biennale, and may have even been kicked out of one of the city's most famous piazzas for running a stall without a permit.
India's minorities fear return of Modi
"It's not even been one year. I really miss him," says Sahila Khan, her head bowed and sitting in a small room that belonged to her father, Rakbar, a Muslim farmer who was lynched by a group of Hindu men in India's Rajasthan state.
Pivotal moment for EU as voters choose between unity and disruption
Citizens from 28 countries will cast their votes in European parliamentary elections this week in what many politicians say could be one of the bloc's most pivotal moments.
Most presidents don't pardon murderers. Trump did, and may again.
Where the military sees possible war crimes, President Donald Trump sees injustice.
Trump walkout marks point of no return
President Donald Trump seems to have realized that despite the end of the Mueller probe, his administration may never escape the vise handed to Democrats by their midterm election wins last year.
For China's LGBTQ people, Taiwan's rainbow victory is a moment of joy and pain
When Chinese gay rights activist Peng Yanhui heard that Taiwan had approved a bill legalizing same-sex marriage on May 17 as he boarded a flight, he burst into tears of joy.
UK suffers major UN defeat over Chagos Islands decolonization
The United Nations General Assembly has voted overwhelmingly to condemn the UK's continued occupation of the Chagos Islands -- a humiliating defeat for London on its continued colonial legacy.
Andrea Leadsom quits UK government in fresh Brexit blow for Theresa May
'American Taliban' to be released from prison, a key case for questions about radicals re-entering society
John Walker Lindh, the so-called "American Taliban" whose capture in Afghanistan riveted a country in the early days after the September 11 attacks, is set to be released from prison this week.
FIFA decides not to add 16 teams for 2022 World Cup finals
World football governing body FIFA said Wednesday that the number of teams at the next men's World Cup will remain at 32.
Michael Avenatti charged with stealing $300,000 from former client Stormy Daniels
A federal grand jury in Manhattan indicted celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti on Wednesday in two alleged schemes, charging him with fraud and aggravated identity theft involving his former client, Stormy Daniels, and with attempting to extort more than $20 million from sportswear giant Nike.
Trump rejects Pelosi's claim that he 'engaged in a cover-up'
Juncker lashes out at 'stupid nationalists' on eve of European elections
Lawmakers to decide on allowing May coup attempt
Mobile networks in Asia and Europe suspend orders for Huawei smartphones
5 reasons why Pelosi doesn't want to impeach Trump
Trump rejects Pelosi's claim that he 'engaged in a cover-up'
Blaming Brexit, British Steel collapses putting nearly 25,000 jobs at risk
Britain's second biggest steel maker collapsed on Wednesday, putting 4,500 jobs at the company at risk, and threatening another 20,000 at suppliers.
Queen learns how to use self-service checkout
Britain's Queen Elizabeth took part in supermarket retailer Sainsbury's 150th birthday celebrations on Wednesday, and even took the time to learn about self-service checkouts.
Pelosi says Trump 'engaged in a cover-up' — but doesn't commit to impeachment
It just got harder for Trump to keep his tax returns a secret
President Donald Trump has been consistent about very few things during his relatively-short political life. But on one front he has been adamant: He will not release any of his past tax returns.
UN report compares UK welfare policies to Victorian workhouses
A United Nations report on poverty in the United Kingdom has painted a damming picture of a nation where "compassion" for the poorest has been replaced with a "mean-spirited" approach reminiscent of the 19th century workhouses made infamous by Charles Dickens.
The European Union explained
Twenty-eight countries, one common currency and more than half a billion people. Here's a look at what the European Union is, and how it works.
Great white shark visits 'unusual' area
A 10-foot great white shark has been spotted deep in the Long Island Sound, one of the first of the ocean predators researchers have ever tracked in the area.
Six dead, 200 injured in protests over Indonesia's election result
Six people were killed and more than 200 injured in Indonesia's capital amid angry protests against the results of the country's recent general election.
The aspirational generation behind India's bold China ambitions
For India's aspirational millennials, Cyber City is the land of opportunity.
Japan wants you to say its leader's name correctly: Abe Shinzo
Japan has a polite request for the world: Stop saying our names wrong.
Iran refuses Trump's offer of talks unless US shows 'respect'
US intercepts Russian bombers and fighter jets off Alaska coast
US F-22 stealth jets intercepted four Russian bombers and two Russian Su-35 fighter jets off the coast of Alaska on Monday, according to a statement from North American Aerospace Defense Command.
The 40 most eye-popping lines from Trump's Pennsylvania rally
President Donald Trump continued his tour of 2020 swing states on Monday night, stopping in Mountoursville, Pennsylvania, to rally his faithful in advance of his fight for a second term next November.
Parents of deceased cadet can use his sperm for surrogate birth, judge rules
West Point cadet Peter Zhu died at age 21 in February in a tragic skiing accident. His parents now can attempt to continue his legacy and their family lineage after a New York judge said they can use his frozen sperm to produce a child.
Widow sues Boeing over fatal crash. Her demand: One whole day of its 2018 earnings
A French widow has filed a lawsuit against US aircraft manufacturer Boeing for $276 million in damages over the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max 8 in March, which killed all 157 people on board -- including her husband.
May's last-ditch Brexit plan offers Parliament a vote on second referendum
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has revealed details of her "new Brexit deal," which includes concessions intended to appease Britain's opposition Labour Party, and is almost certain to be her final attempt to get the troubled agreement across the line.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain collapses
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant empire in the United Kingdom is on the brink of collapse.
Why right-wing British politicians are being milkshaked
Here in Britain, politicians are being covered in milkshakes. Yes, milkshakes. And lots of people are very angry about it.
737 Max lawsuit suggests parallels to 1990s Boeing crashes
A lawsuit filed by the former inspector general of the Department of Transportation accuses Boeing in a new lawsuit of repeatedly concealing design flaws in its aircraft and blaming pilots in the aftermath of crashes.
Why China's funding dried up for Kenya's controversial train
Arsenal and Chelsea should boycott UEFA final
Nine days before their season-defining Europa League final clash with rivals Chelsea in Baku, Arsenal's preparations suffered a not insignificant setback.
Sea levels may rise much faster than previously predicted, swamping coastal cities such as Shanghai, study finds
Global sea levels could rise more than two meters (6.6 feet) by the end of this century if emissions continue unchecked, swamping major cities such as New York and Shanghai and displacing up to 187 million people, a new study warns.