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Thousands rally in Georgia to back opposition TV station
Thousands of Georgians took to the streets of the capital Tbilisi on Sunday to protest what they say is an attempt by the government to clamp down on the country’s most popular TV…
Rare protests in Belarus spread beyond the capital
Rare protests in Belarus have spread beyond the capital Minsk to the second largest city Gomel where around 2000 people have marched against a harsh new tax law.
Explosion near bullring in Colombia's capital kills one
An explosion near Bogota's bullring killed one and injured at least 30 people, most of them police officers.
Rugby: Former Australia lock Dan Vickerman dies aged 37
The world of rugby was sent into shock on Sunday following the news that former Australia international Dan Vickerman has died at his home in Sydney.
Hermans wins Tour of Oman title as Kristoff claims final stage
Belgium’s Ben Hermans won the Tour of Oman on Sunday after finishing safely in the pack at the conclusion of the sixth and final stage.
Venice Carnival wows thousands of revellers
The Flight of the Angel was a visual feast for the thousands of revellers at the carnival in Venice this year.
Alpine skiing: Hirscher inches closer to legendary status with slalom world title
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Ecuador election could end a decade of left wing rule
Ecuadoreans are voting in an election that could see the country turn its back on a decade of left-wing rule.
Somalia: Deadly car bomb rocks Mogadishu market
A car bomb attack on a market in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, left dozens dead and injured on Sunday.
Former Italian PM Renzi steps down as Democratic Party leader
As expected Italy's former premier Matteo Renzi has resigned as leader of the Democratic Party in the hope that he can return to politics in a stronger position before an election is due early next ye
Iran shrugs off attacks from Saudi Arabia, Israel and Trump
Hardly historical bedfellows, Saudi Arabia and Israel both lashed out at Iran on Sunday – signalling a growing alignment in their interests.
Parliamentary debate on Trump's state visit to UK nears
Russian sport lovers ride dog sleds through Siberian snow
Several dozen Siberian sports fans gathered on Saturday (February 18) in a snow-covered field outside the city of Irkutsk to take part in a dog sled race.
Japan: Naked Man Festival
Around 10,000 men, wearing nothing but sumo-style loincloths, gathered at a Japanese temple on Saturday to scramble for sacred sticks called shingi.
Iraq starts final push to liberate Mosul from ISIL extremists
After retaking eastern Mosul, US-backed Iraqi forces have begun the much more difficult battle for the western part of the city, in an all-out offensive to dislodge ISIL from its last major stronghold
Malaysia seeks four North Koreans over Kim Jong-nam murder
Colombia peace deal: FARC rebels complete final march
The last 300 members of Colombia’s biggest rebel group, the FARC, have reached a transition zone to lay down their arms under an historic peace deal with the…
It's a wrap! Berlinale comes to a close with a 'surprise award-winner'
Iraqi forces launch assault on ISIL positions in western Mosul
Iraq's prime minister announces the start of an offensive to uproot ISIL militants from western Mosul.
Trump re-launches attack on media at Florida rally
At an election campaign-style rally in Florida, US President Donald Trump once more lambastes the so-called dishonest media.
Ukraine reflects on deadly 'Revolution of Dignity'
Ukrainians are holding several days of events to mark the third anniversary of the end of what they call the ‘Revolution of Dignity’.