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Japan and Azerbaijan strike gold on Day 2 of 2019 Baku Grand Slam
Polish far-right protests against restitution of Jewish property
Venezuela's Juan Guaidó claims he has the support of the military
Pakistan's military kill three attackers after luxury hotel raid
Pakistan's military kill three attackers after luxury hotel raid on Saturday.
Police clash with demonstrators as yellow-vest protests reach six-month mark
French police fired tear gas at masked demonstrators in Lyon and Nantes on Saturday as heavy rain kept the number of yellow vest demonstrators down in Paris.
Police in Spain seize 2.7 tonnes of hashish
A three-year joint operation by Spanish and Italian police has resulted in the seizure of 2.7 tonnes of hashish in the Spanish region of Andalusia.
Lost pup survives a year in the wild 'eating rabbits'
Rio, a pup got who lost near Cambridge, UK, probably survived on rabbits for more than a year, said rescuers.
Fashion show for Mother's Day in Peru prison
Japanese enjoy Kanda Matsuri festival in Tokyo
High as a kite? Park boss creates bizarre boxes to tackle drug problem
Gunmen attack luxury hotel in Pakistan
One hotel guard is reported head as the Baluchistan Liberation Army claims responsibility.
Watch: Putin shows off athletic prowess in ice hockey game
Russian Vladimir Putin, who seems to love showing off his athletic prowess, emerged as the top scorer in an ice hockey game with other Russian officials.
Baby elephant rescued from lake in northeastern India
'They went under one after one': Survivor recounts migrant boat horror
A survivor of a migrant boat disaster in the Mediterranean has told how he watched fellow passengers slip away and sink to their deaths.
Sanders to join Ocasio-Cortez at rally as climate fight heats up
The Vermont senator's appearance comes as he criticized a reported plan by Joe Biden to seek a "middle ground" climate policy.
Nearly every country approves pact to cut plastic pollution, except U.S.
"It's sending a very strong political signal to the rest of the world — to the private sector, to the consumer market — that we need to do something," a U.N. official said.
Brewers across the globe are foraging for better beer
Craft brewers are wandering in the wilderness to create interesting beers.
Hostages pay tribute to French soldiers who died to save them
France says their captors were terrorists who planned to hand them over to an al Qaeda affiliate in Mali.
Meet the witches 'fighting corruption in Romania with spells & magic'
Meet the unusual artist behind this giant recycled sculpture
Russia's Putin scores eight goals in all-star hockey game
Watch: Waterspout swirls near Singapore shore
A massive waterspout surprised Singapore on Saturday (May 11) morning.
Scuffles in Hong Kong as tempers flare over new extradition law
Venice Biennale 2019: Art show reflects on our 'precarious existence'
The 58th International Biennale Arte in Venice opened this weekend under the title "May You Live In Interesting Times"
Corruption and economic unrest could have led to the drop in support
MPs pass law to rebuild fire-hit Notre Dame Cathedral in five years
'Masked men beat us': Greece accused of violent asylum pushbacks
28 years later, Anita Hill supporters want to hear more from Joe Biden
Some of the 1,600 women who signed a letter in support of Hill in 1991 want Biden to say more about his role but would support him over Trump.
As Biden predicts a shorter race, rivals dig in for long fight
From hiring to messaging, recent moves by 2020 hopefuls telegraph preparations for a sustained nomination battle.
Mexicans seek answers over 40,000 missing loved ones
It's estimated 40,000 people have gone missing since Mexico began its war on drugs in 2006. Families accuse the police of failing to investigate the disappearances.