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Lightning strikes German football pitch, 35 injured, 3 seriously: report

Partial view taken of the Parc Monceau following its evacuation after eleven people includi...

Accused Italian marine returns home from India

Italian Marine Salvatore Girone arrives on May 28, 2016 at the Ciampino airport in Rome. In...


Once dismissed, shark attacks may hit new record in 2016

A tourist swims with a sandbar shark on a cageless shark dive tour in Haleiwa, Hawaii Febru...

Pope meets children, says migrants “not dangerous, but in danger”

Pope Francis greets a boy as he meets some 400 children who came from Calabria, Italy's...

Erdogan condemns US 'support' for Syrian Kurdish groups

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan makes a speech during a ceremony at the airport in the Kur...

Venezuela government, opposition hold talks in Dominican Republic: local media

A man unloads bottles of Coca Cola from a truck in Caracas on May 27, 2016. Coca Cola suspe...

Toll in Paris lightning strike rises to 11 injured, 6 seriously: official

REPRESENTATIVE IMAGE: REUTERS / Lucas Jackson   Paris: Eleven people includi...

40,000 Syrian families flee Islamic State attacks on Aleppo

Photo from Aleppo’s Azaz. source: twitter By Halit Suleyman and Ayse Akta...

Putin wraps up Greek trip with Russian monastery visit

Russian President Vladimir Putin bows in front of an icon of Virgin Mary as he visits Karye...

 Nepal unveils $9 billion budget focused on quake reconstruction

Nepalese Finance Minister Bishnu Prasad Paudel carries a briefcase with the new government&...

EU member states should stress-test banks’ cyber risks: European Banking Authority chairman

Andrea Enria, Chairperson of European Banking Authority (EBA), attends a policy dialogue at...

Iraq elite forces take position around Fallujah

The counter-terrorism service (CTS), Iraq's best-trained and most battle-tested fightin...

Iran arrests eight for producing 'obscene' music videos

 Crackdowns in Iran are increasing despite moderate President Hassan Rouhani's eff...

 Fears grow for civilians in strife-hit Syria, Iraq

A civilian walks past damaged buildings in the rebel-held area of Deraa, Syria, May 24, 201...

Chicago police use algorithm to combat gun violence

Customers look over the last two AR-15 style rifles for sale inside the Bullet Hole gun sho...

US military restricts troops after murder in Okinawa

Activists, including some who are covered in mock shrounds, take part in a demonstration to...

At G7, Cameron keeps lid on press pack’s “Brexit” probing

British Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a press conference after the closing of the G...

UK police probe who killed wild birds in Hartley Wintney south of London

  LONDON: British police have issued a warning after wild birds in a treasured ...

UNESCO chief Irina Bokova sees threat from cultural destruction

“I have to say that at the beginning of the Syrian crisis we were not taken that seri...

Turkey: 104 Islamic State militants killed in strikes

Pro-government forces fighters fire a rocket in the al-Sejar village, in Iraq's Anbar p...

Strong northwesterly winds expected to return: Met

Palm trees on the divider of the Corniche road swaying in the wind. Picture by: Salim Matra...

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