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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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'Accidental Americans' fight to stop double taxation
Born in the U.S., they might have never lived in the United States as adults but now they are required to pay back taxes — and claiming it's unfair.
Utah Jazz take 2-1 series lead in NBA Play-Offs against Oklahoma Thunder
Sensational Ricky Rubio scored 26 points and helped the Jazz to a 115-102 victory in Game 3 of the Play-Off series with the Thunder.
Trump urged to stick with Iran nuclear deal
U.S President Donald Trump is being urged to stick with the Iran nuclear deal which has been in place since 2015.
Radovan Karadzic appeals 40 year jail sentence
Two years ago Karadzic was convicted of crimes committed during the break-up of Yugoslavia in the 1990s including the killing of 8,000 Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica
"Nut rage" sisters step down from Korean Air
One of them flew into a rage when her nuts were served in a packet instead of a bowl, and the other stands accused of throwing water in someone's face: the daughters of Korean Air's chief have been forced to stand down from the company.
'Scariest night': McKayla Maroney says she revealed abuse in 2011
The gymnast says she spoke up after team doctor Larry Nassar 'went overboard'
Verdict expected in Abdeslam Brussels trial
Abdeslam faces up to 20 years in jail
Donald Trump to host French President for state visit
Donald Trump to host French President Emmanuel Macron for state visit
Mo Farah breaks 33-year British record in London Marathon
The long-distance runner finished third place in the 38th London Marathon, around two minutes behind Kenyan winner Eliud Kipchoge.
Seventeen drown in Dragon Boat accident in China
The accident happened where two flows of the river converge causing a powerful current
Iran's foreign minister says resuming nuke program on table if U.S. scuttles deal
"There is no way that Iran would do a one-sided implementation of the agreement," Zarif said.
Volcano in southern Japan erupts for first time in 250 years
A volcano in southern Japan has erupted for the first time in 250 years, and authorities have issued a no-go zone around the mountain.
First female leader for Germany’s Social Democrats
Andrea Nahles is elected leader of Germany’s Social Democrats becoming its first female leader.
Three killed in protests over Nicaraguan social security reform
Police in Nicaragua say a police officer, protester and pro-government activist have been killed in clashes over a planned social security reform.
France: Antisemitism is everyone's business
More than 250 high-profile figures have signed a manifesto in France condemning the rise of anti-semitism in the country, and call for action to be taken before "France is no longer France".
London gun salute marks Queen Elizabeth's 92nd birthday
A spectacular artillery gun salute from Hyde Park in central London on Saturday (April 21) marked Britain's Queen Elizabeth's official 92nd birthday as part of an eventful weekend.
Students descend on Arizona state capitol to call for tighter gun controls
Students across the country streamed out of their schools Friday in the latest round of gun-control activism following the February shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
Will Jafar Panahi attend Cannes Film Festival?
His new film 'Three Faces' has been selected for the international competition, but it's uncertain if the director who is banned from travelling can come to France to present his film
Mont Saint Michel reopens after mass evacuation
The popular tourist site Mont Saint Michel reopens after mass evacuation
Tennessee shooter on the run after killing four at Waffle House
The suspect has been identified by police as 29 year old Travis Reinking
Man who wrestled AR-15 from Tennessee shooter hailed a 'hero'
Police are trying to locate the suspect, who is believed to have fled after a customer grabbed his gun at a Waffle House restaurant near Nashville.
Queen Elizabeth celebrates 92nd birthday in style
Star-studded concert at the Royal Albert Hall pays tribute to the British monarch
Turkey using Greek soldiers as "bargaining chips"
Turkey has said it will release two Greek soldiers it has imprisoned once eight of its own servicemen are returned home from Greece, where they fled after a failed coup attempt. Athens says this amounts to "blackmail".
Suicide bomber kills 57 at voter registration center in Afghan capital
Tens of other people were wounded, according to public health officials.
Mini-Me actor Verne Troyer dies at 49
The U.S. actor had been admitted to hospital earlier this month
Despite delay, experts say any evidence in suspected Syria chemical attack likely remains
"It is unlikely that all traces of evidence could be removed but it could be tampered with," one expert said.
Nicaragua journalist shot dead covering unrest live on Facebook
At least 24 people are said to have been killed in protests which began last Wednesday against the government's social reforms.
Afghanistan: dozens killed and hurt in Kabul voter centre blast
More than 30 people have been killed and over 50 wounded in Kabul in a reported suicide blast at a voter registration centre.
Mass detentions in Armenia as police fail to quell anti-Sargsyan protests
Armenia protest organiser Nikol Pashinyan is among nearly 200 reportedly held by police as demonstrations continue against the former president's appointment as prime minister. Earlier the opposition politician had secured a meeting with premier Serzh Sargsyan, who promptly walked out.
Second Saturday protest tackles Hungary government on media freedom
Tens of thousands rallied for the second successive Saturday in Budapest, this time against against media controls and the proposed clampdown on civic groups by Viktor Orban’s government.