mardi 31 mars 2015

Comedian Trevor Noah will replace Jon Stewart on The Daily Show, it is announced.



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Organisers of a friendly match between El Salvador and Argentina apologise for playing the Isle of Man's anthem by mistake.



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Nigerian presidential poll won by Muhammadu Buhari, in country's first election victory by opposition.



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A 16-year-old Singaporean is charged and given S$20,000 bail over a YouTube video criticising late leader Lee Kuan Yew and Christianity.



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Opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari is on the verge of a historic victory over Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, with most votes counted.



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The Dutch royal family says it will return a painting believed to have been confiscated from Jewish owners during World War Two.



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HP sues Autonomy co-founder Mike Lynch and ex-finance officer Sushovan Hussain, as Autonomy's former management says it will launch a counter-claim.



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Russia's foreign minister says prospects of a preliminary agreement on Iran's nuclear programme are "very good" on the final day of intense talks.



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The Shibuya ward in Tokyo has become the first place in Japan to recognise same-sex partnerships.



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A Turkish court clears 236 military suspects accused in a retrial of plotting to remove then Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in 2003.



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Former Conservative Party treasurer Lord Ashcroft says he is quitting the House of Lords.



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The number of people killed in flash floods in northern Chile rises to 17 while the search continues for 20 people still missing.



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All 150 victims of the Germanwings crash will be identified by the end of the week, the French President Francois Hollande says.



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Iraqi forces have made major advances against Islamic State (IS) in Tikrit - retaking the government headquarters, officials say.



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The governor of Indiana has said that he wants state lawmakers to "fix" a religious freedom law that has created a national outcry by the end of this week.



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A Malaysian court finds a local man guilty of murdering two British medical students in Borneo.



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Some of the biggest names in entertainment have re-launched the music subscription service Tidal, which they claim will change musical history.



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Praesa, a reading project aimed at children and young people in South Africa, is named the winner of the 2015 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award.



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Taiwan and Norway join 40 nations to sign up to the new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, but Japan has yet to decide whether to join.



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The US has pledged to tackle climate change by cutting its carbon emissions 26-28% by 2025.



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Arizona's governor vetoes a bill that would have required the names of officers involved in shootings to be kept secret for 60 days.



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The UN high commissioner for human rights warns Yemen is "on the verge of total collapse", as Saudi-led coalition aircraft bombard Houthi rebels.



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Residents of Buenos Aires woke up to empty streets on Tuesday as a one-day strike by transportation workers began.



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The Conservatives and Liberal Democrats welcome pre-election figures showing growth in household incomes but Labour says working families are still struggling.



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An additional $300m is being put aside to deal with possible costs arising from the Germanwings plane crash, Lufthansa officials say.



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Philips is to sell 80% of its holding in its lighting components business for $2.8bn (£1.89bn) to US-based technology fund Go Scale Capital.



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Islamic State militants kill at least 30 people, including women and children, in a government-held village in central Syria, activists say.



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Joan Kagezi, the top Ugandan state prosecutor in the trial of 13 men suspected of a deadly al-Shabab bomb attack, is shot dead in Kampala.



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Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha says he has asked for permission to end martial law, replacing it with new curbs.



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Armed men take hostage a Turkish prosecutor heading an inquiry into the death of a boy during anti-government protests in 2013.



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A UN donors' conference set up to raise billions of dollars for Syria opens in Kuwait with the host country, the EU and US among those pledging aid.



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NFL side Atlanta Falcons lose their draft pick for 2016 and are fined $350,000 for using fake crowd noise at home games.



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France's Senate rejects a planned 2013 law penalising people who pay for sex and decides to maintain the offence of soliciting.



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Two former US agents are charged with stealing digital currency that came into their possession during an investigation into the notorious marketplace.



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A UN panel is to start investigating the mysterious 1961 death in a plane crash of its former Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold in Zambia.



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Peruvian Prime Minister Ana Jara is sacked by Congress over allegations that the country's spy agency gathered information on thousands of Peruvians.



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A huge power outage hits several cities in Turkey, including Istanbul's public transport network.



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A team investigating the downing of a Malaysia Airlines plane over eastern Ukraine appeals to witnesses who saw a Buk missile launcher in the area.



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At least 40 people have died in a blast near a refugee camp in western Yemen, aid workers say, but officials deny Saudi air strikes were the cause.



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A British tourist killed in a terror attack at a museum in Tunisia died from gunshot wounds, a coroner hears.



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Deflation in the eurozone eased during March while the rate of unemployment dipped slightly in February, figures show.



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The chairman of South Africa's power utility resigns following calls for him to be sacked over allegations of interfering with operations.



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The UK's economy grew at a faster pace than initially estimated last year, revised official figures show.



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Brazil's ex-leader Fernando Henrique Cardoso is the latest former president to join a team defending jailed Venezuelan opposition leaders.



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Officials say two men dressed as women tried to break through a security gate to the National Security Agency headquarters.



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Italian online fashion retailer Yoox agrees an all-share merger deal London-based rival Net-a-Porter.



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Myanmar's President Thein Sein witnesses the signing of a draft ceasefire agreement between the government and 16 rebel groups.



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A colonial-era statue of Cecil Rhodes on a South African university campus has been boarded up after student protests.



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Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies says profits jumped a third last year, boosted by strong performances in all its businesses.



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Arab League countries meeting in Egypt agree to create a joint Arab military force amid a crisis in Yemen and regional jihadist threats.



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lundi 30 mars 2015

British terror suspect Haroon Aswat pleads guilty in New York to charges of plotting to set up a terrorist training camp in Oregon.



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Solar Impulse, the fuel-free aeroplane, lands in Chongqing, China, to complete leg five of its attempt to fly around the world.



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South Yorkshire Police is awarded £10.7m of government funding to cover legal fees and other costs incurred from the new Hillsborough inquests.



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Joan Kagezi, the top Ugandan state prosecutor in the trial of 13 men suspected of a deadly al-Shabab bomb attack, is shot dead in Kampala.



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Republicans in the US state of Indiana say they will amend a controversial "religious freedom" law, as accusations grow that it permits businesses to discriminate against gays.



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David Cameron says he wants to complete the job of "turning the country around" as the election officially gets under way and other leaders hit the campaign trail.



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Last hours of intensive diplomacy over Iran's nuclear programme take place in Switzerland ahead of Tuesday's deadline for a long-awaited deal.



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Two former US agents are charged with stealing digital currency that came into their possession during an investigation into the notorious marketplace.



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The prosecution in the Boston Marathon bombing trial rests its case against defendant Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, charged with 30 counts related to the attack.



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A UN panel is to start investigating the mysterious 1961 death in a plane crash of its former Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold in Zambia.



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Initial results from Nigeria's election show little separating the two main candidates for the presidency, with full results due on Tuesday.



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A team investigating the downing of a Malaysia Airlines plane over eastern Ukraine appeals to witnesses who saw a Buk missile launcher in the area.



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At least 45 people have died in a blast near a refugee camp in western Yemen, aid workers say, but officials deny Saudi air strikes were the cause.



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Four people including a British man and two children have been found dead in a flat in Gibraltar, police in the British territory have said.



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Three days on from a massive gas blast in New York that flattened three buildings, two bodies are found in rubble.



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Incumbent Uzbek President Islam Karimov is re-elected as expected by a landslide in a vote criticised by international watchdogs.



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At least 10 people are missing, feared dead, in Burundi after landslides which have destroyed hundreds of home, officials say.



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Italian online fashion retailer Yoox says it is in merger talks with London-based rival Net-a-Porter.



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Brazil's ex-leader Fernando Henrique Cardoso is the latest former president to join a team defending jailed Venezuelan opposition leaders.



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Local media are reporting that shots have been fired at the headquarters of the NSA outside of Washington.



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A collection of costumes and props from hit US drama Mad Men is donated to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.



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A colonial-era statue of Cecil Rhodes on a South African university campus has been boarded up after student protests.



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Details including passport numbers and Visa numbers were accidentally emailed to the organisers of a football tournament in Australia by a government official.



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Arab League countries meeting in Egypt agree to create a joint Arab military force amid a crisis in Yemen and regional jihadist threats.



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More than 1,000 men are reportedly arrested for impersonating candidates in police physical fitness tests in India's Bihar state.



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Thousands march in Tunis over the Bardo Museum terror attack, as authorities say that one of the raid's leaders has been killed.



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A former senior hospital nurse admits raping, sexually assaulting and spying on female patients including some who were unconscious.



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Comedian Trevor Noah will replace Jon Stewart on The Daily Show, it is announced.



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Organisers of a friendly match between El Salvador and Argentina apologise for playing the Isle of Man's national anthem by mistake.



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British Airways' Executive Club, the code-sharing site GitHub and the work chat service Slack have all been hit by cyber-attacks.



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A top Lufthansa official warns the missing flight recorder may have been too badly damaged when the Germanwings plane crashed in the French Alps.



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In his first remarks since his final acquittal of UK student Meredith Kercher's murder, Raffaele Sollecito says he will be "marked for life" by the ordeal.



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Two Britons found dead near Alicante in Spain, Foreign Office confirms



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A would-be rescuer, who was hit by a Tube train as he attempted to save another man who had fallen onto the tracks, has died.



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An Air Canada plane landing at Halifax, Nova Scotia, leaves the runway while landing, with 23 people taken to hospital for observation.



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A court of appeals in Argentina has upheld a decision to throw out controversial allegations against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.



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A 17-year-old Singaporean has been arrested following an online rant criticising the country's founding father Lee Kuan Yew and Christians.



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The UK's banking industry will have to prove it can endure a global economic slump in this year's Bank of England stress tests.



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The number of people killed in flash floods in northern Chile rises to 14 while the search continues for 20 people still missing.



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The Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, calls for an end to the "toxic blame game" between Greece and Germany.



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Local elections give a big boost to France's conservative UMP, led by ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy, and inflict a bruising blow to the ruling Socialists.



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Guinean President Alpha Conde has declared a 45-day "health emergency" in five regions in the west and southwest of the Ebola-hit nation.



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The owner of B&Q, Kingfisher, has abandoned its planned purchase of French DIY chain Mr Bricolage.



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Japan's fisheries minister overrules an order by the Okinawa governor suspending work on a new US military base, amid a deepening stand-off.



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A Chilean miner who was trapped underground for 69 days in 2010 has lost his home in flash floods in the Atacama desert region.



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A blogger has been hacked to death in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, weeks after a prominent atheist writer was killed in a similar attack.



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Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is found guilty of fraud and breach of trust in a retrial after being cleared in 2012.



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Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg say Ferrari are genuine rivals after Sebastian Vettel's impressive victory in Malaysia.



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dimanche 29 mars 2015

Former world number one Tiger Woods drops out of the top 100 in the rankings for the first time since 1996.



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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta suspends four ministers and 12 other high-ranking officials after they were implicated in corrupt deals.



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A flood alert is issued in Indian-administered Kashmir following torrential rain and a surge in the water level of the Jhelum river.



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Italian luxury goods retailer Prada sees its net profit fall 28% last year as sales slumped in major markets of China and Europe.



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Australia orders two people to remain in the cockpit at all times during commercial flights, after last week's Germanwings crash.



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Brazil, the world's seventh largest economy, narrowly avoided contracting in 2014 with a growth rate of just 0.1% for the year.



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Islamist militants capture the north-western Syrian city of Idlib for the first time, monitoring groups and jihadists say.



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The information watchdog launches an investigation into claims that details of millions of people's pensions are being sold to fraudsters and cold-calling firms.



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Parents hardly ever spot obesity in their children resulting in damaging consequences for health, doctors warn.



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David Cameron is to tell voters they face a "stark choice" between him and Labour's Ed Miliband as the election campaign officially gets under way.



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Ministers from six world powers are to hold their first full session with Iran's foreign minister over its nuclear programme, as a deadline looms.



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Asian shares are off to mixed start in a holiday-shortened week as investors awaited economic data from the region to give the market direction.



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A law that allows councils in England and Wales to ban certain activities in public is leading to "bizarre new criminal offences", campaigners say.



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Solar Impulse, the fuel-free aeroplane, heads out of Myanmar and on to China on leg five of its attempt to fly around the world.



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Counting is under way in Nigeria's presidential election, which has been praised by the UN despite technical problems and violence.



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Shane Long's late goal rescues a vital draw for the Republic of Ireland against Poland in the Euro 2016 qualifier.



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Apple CEO Tim Cook says he will give away most of his $800m (£537m) fortune to good causes before he dies.



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Yemen's president accuses Iran of destabilising his country, as Saudi Arabia vows to continue air strikes until Yemen is "stable and safe".



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Executives at the Dutch bank ABN Amro have renounced a €100,000 allowance after a public outcry over the extra pay.



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The youngest brother of Sri Lankan president Maithripala Sirisena dies after being attacked with an axe.



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Three days on from a massive gas blast in New York that flattened three buildings, a body is found in rubble.



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Swiss firm Dufry buys a controlling stake in World Duty Free from the Benetton family, creating the world's largest travel retailer.



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1D performed for the first time since Zayn Malik announced he was leaving the group, at a gig in South Africa.



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Five days after the crash of Germanwings flight 4U 9525 in the French Alps, investigators say they have isolated 78 distinct DNA strands.



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Uzbeks have been voting in large numbers in presidential elections which are all but certain to be won by the incumbent, Islam Karimov



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A collection of costumes and props from hit US drama Mad Men is donated to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.



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Captain Michael Clarke dedicates Australia's fifth World Cup title to his former team-mate Phillip Hughes.



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The work and pensions secretary says the Conservatives are not keeping plans for £12bn of benefit cuts secret - saying no final decisions have been made.



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Why do people exchange texts with imaginary partners?



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The heads of Arab League countries meeting in Egypt agree to create a joint Arab military force.



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Greece's creditors are studying new reform plans put forward by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' government in a bid to secure further bailout funds.



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Australia overwhelm New Zealand by seven wickets to win the World Cup for a fifth time at a packed Melbourne Cricket Ground.



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Sebastian Vettel takes a stunning maiden victory for Ferrari, winning a straight fight with Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes in Malaysia.



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Tunisian government sources say that security forces have killed Lokman Abu Sakhra, described as one of the country's "most dangerous terrorists".



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Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito are acquitted by Italy's top appeals court of murdering British student Meredith Kercher in 2007 - the final ruling in the case.



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Head teachers in Cheshire warn parents they will report them to the authorities if they allow their children to play computer games rated for over-18s.



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US consumer electronics chain Best Buy is closing its Canadian subsidiary, Future Shop, and converting 65 of its 131 stores into Best Buy outlets.



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A California jury has found that a venture capital firm did not discriminate against a female employee in a closely watched case in Silicon Valley.



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Tim Cook criticises a 'religious freedom law' in the US state of Indiana, which it is argued could allow companies to discriminate against gay and lesbian customers.



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US Secretary of State John Kerry cancels a planned return to the US to stay in Switzerland as the Iran nuclear talks approach their deadline.



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Parts of France head to the poll for local elections seen as a key barometer for the presidential vote in two years' time.



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samedi 28 mars 2015

A court of appeals in Argentina has upheld a decision to throw out controversial allegations against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.



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An Air Canada aeroplane landing at Halifax 'exits' the runway while landing at Halifax, and reportedly hits a power pylon.



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Voting is to continue for second day in some parts of Nigeria after technical problems during Saturday's presidential election.



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Police investigate alleged death threats against BBC director general Tony Hall, reportedly made after Jeremy Clarkson was dropped from Top Gear.



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An agreement is reached with the drug manufacturer GSK to provide a vaccine for meningitis B for all babies in the UK, the health secretary says.



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A European police chief says encrypted online communications are the biggest problem faced by security agencies tackling terrorism.



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Guinean President Alpha Conde has declared a 45-day "health emergency" in five regions in the west and southwest of the Ebola-hit nation.



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Israel is to stop withholding tax revenues collected on behalf of the Palestinian Authority, a move that has crippled the Palestinian economy.



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Chris Coleman tells his players to prove they are the best Wales team since 1958 by qualifying for Euro 2016.



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Singapore is preparing to bid farewell to its founding father Lee Kuan Yew, with a funeral procession followed by a state funeral attended by world leaders.



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A Chilean miner who was trapped underground for 69 days in 2010 has lost his home in flash floods in the Atacama desert region.



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A Frenchwoman wounded in the attack on Tunisia's national museum dies of her injuries, bringing the total number killed to 22.



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Gareth Bale scores twice to send Wales two points clear at the top of Group B with a comfortable win over 10-man Israel.



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A spectator is killed in a crash involving British driver Jann Mardenborough during an endurance race at the Nurburgring.



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The US embassy in Uganda warns that Westerners - including Americans - may be targeted for terror attacks in the capital, Kampala.



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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta suspends four ministers and 12 other high-ranking officials after they were implicated in corrupt deals.



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The father of a British man killed in the Alps air crash urges airlines to look after pilots "properly", saying the victims of the disaster should "never be forgotten".



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Canadian Olympic 400m runner Daundre Barnaby dies in a swimming accident on the Caribbean island of St Kitts, aged 24.



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Talks aimed at restricting Iran's nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief enter their final days, ahead of an end of March deadline.



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Brazil, the world's seventh largest economy, narrowly avoided contracting in 2014 with a growth rate of just 0.1% for the year.



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Islamist militants have captured the north-western Syrian city of Idlib for the first time, monitoring groups say.



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Canadian mobile phone firm Blackberry posts better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings. but its revenues showed a larger-than-expected drop.



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Before Sunday's Cricket World Cup final, BBC Sport rounds up the best quotes, stats and video to preview the MCG showcase.



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A US general says Iranian-backed Shia militia in Iraq are no longer leading the battle to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State.



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Two Czech women tourists kidnapped two years ago in Pakistan have been released and have returned home, the Czech PM says.



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At least 14 are killed as Somali special forces end the siege of a Mogadishu hotel by the Islamist militant group al-Shabab



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Organisers say half a million people are expected to attend the event for anime and Japanese comic lovers



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Lewis Hamilton takes pole position for the Malaysian GP as Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel split the Mercedes in a rain-hit qualifying.



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Nicola Sturgeon is expected to send a message of "friendship and solidarity" to the rest of the UK during her speech to the SNP conference.



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Australia captain Michael Clarke is asked about enjoying 'tremendous sex' by a tongue-tied BBC Sport journalist.



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Apple CEO Tim Cook says he will give away most of his $800m (£537m) fortune to good causes before he dies.



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Saudi Arabia evacuates its diplomats from Yemen as a Saudi-led coalition carries out a third night of air strikes.



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The co-pilot of the Germanwings Airbus which crashed in the French Alps predicted "one day everyone will know my name", his ex-girlfriend says.



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Nico Rosberg edges out Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to set the pace in final practice at the Malaysian Grand Prix.



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vendredi 27 mars 2015

The youngest brother of Sri Lankan president Maithripala Sirisena dies after being attacked with an axe.



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Harry Kane scores on his international debut as England beat Lithuania 4-0 for their fifth Euro 2016 qualifying win.



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Tim Cook criticises a "religious freedom law" in the US state of Indiana, which it is argued could allow companies to discriminate against gay and lesbian customers.



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Activists are encouraging a boycott of Indiana after the US state enacted a "religious freedom" law which they say discriminates against gay people.



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Five girls barred from travelling abroad attend the same east London school as three teenagers feared to already be in Syria, it is revealed.



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A court of appeals in Argentina has upheld a decision to throw out controversial allegations against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.



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Italy's top court is to rule whether to uphold the convictions of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the 2007 murder of UK student Meredith Kercher.



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Federal officials have charged a former Alabama police officer with violating the civil rights of an Indian man.



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A man who won an auction to shoot an endangered black rhino in Namibia has been given a US permit to import the trophy if he kills one.



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US astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko are about to undertake a 12-month tour of duty on the International Space Station.



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A long-running study shows dark matter coasts unscathed through galactic collisions, betraying a ghostly lack of interaction with the known Universe.



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Israel is to stop withholding tax revenues collected on behalf of the Palestinian Authority, a move that has crippled the Palestinian economy.



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A senior Ukrainian official arrested two days ago at a televised cabinet meeting over corruption allegations is to be freed due to a lack of evidence.



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Lewis Hamilton says his preparations for the Malaysian Grand Prix have been "heavily compromised" by reliability problems.



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Rocket and mortar attacks by Palestinian militant groups during last summer's conflict in Gaza amounted to war crimes, Amnesty International says.



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A sadomasochistic killer faces a life sentence after being found guilty of murdering a childcare worker in the Republic of Ireland.



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A court in Thailand rules that a group of Muslim Uighurs at the centre of a diplomatic dispute between Turkey and China can remain in Thai detention.



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Google loses Court of Appeal bid to stop consumers having right to sue in UK over alleged misuse of privacy settings.



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The US embassy in Uganda warns that Westerners - including Americans - may be targeted for terror attacks in the capital, Kampala.



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The top Democrat in the US Senate, Harry Reid, has announced he will not seek re-election in 2016.



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Japan's prime minister says people should start work earlier during summer months for a better work-life balance.



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At least two people killed in blast near hotel in Somali capital Mogadishu, eyewitnesses tell BBC.



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Brazil, the world's seventh largest economy, narrowly avoided contracting in 2014 with a growth rate of just 0.1% for the year.



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UK female military medic who tested positive for Ebola is released from hospital after being declared free of virus



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Canadian mobile phone firm Blackberry posts better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings. but its revenues showed a larger-than-expected drop.



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Airlines across the world have begun requiring two crew members to always be present in the cockpit, in the wake of the French Alps crash.



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A US general says Iranian-backed Shia militia in Iraq are no longer leading the battle to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State.



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As many as six people are missing after an explosion sent flames tearing through a New York City building, police say.



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The governor of Indiana has declared a public health emergency and authorised a needle exchange programme, after an HIV outbreak "reached epidemic proportions" in part of the state.



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A Labour government would cap the amount of profit private firms can make from the NHS, Ed Miliband says as he launches the party's election campaign.



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Divinity Original Sin en mai dernier, Wasterland 2 en septembre et aujourd'hui Pillars of Eternity... Difficile de faire période plus faste pour les amateurs de jeux de rôle un peu oldschool ! À [...]

















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Dans l'imaginaire de nombreux joueurs - moi le premier - le nom de Splash Damage est associé à Wolfenstein : Enemy Territory. Bien qu'il soit âgé de près de 12 ans, le FPS reste l'une des valeu [...]

















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Surgeons in Cambridgeshire perform the first heart transplant in Europe using a non-beating heart.



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German prosecutors say Alps crash co-pilot Andreas Lubitz hid details of an existing illness from his employers.



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Australia captain Michael Clarke is asked about enjoying 'tremendous sex' by a tongue-tied BBC Sport journalist.



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Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, who have produced the last three Academy Awards, will not be returning for next year's Oscars.



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US energy giant Chevron is to sell its 50% stake in Caltex Australia, the petrol station operator, for a reported 4.6bn Australian dollars ($3.6bn; £2.4bn).



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Flights are diverted from Schipol airport after a major power cut hits Amsterdam and surrounding areas in the northwest of the Netherlands.



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The Nigerian army says it has retaken the town of Gwoza, believed to be headquarters of Islamist group Boko Haram.



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An investigation is being held into alleged police corruption over child abuse inquiries involving UK public figures, the police watchdog says.



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Nigeria's two main presidential candidates sign an agreement to prevent violence in tightly contested elections due on Saturday.



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Less than 24 hours after being dropped by the BBC Jeremy Clarkson has already been offered work, in Russia.



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Yemen's foreign minister says a "short, sharp" air campaign is needed against Houthi rebels who have forced the president to flee the country.



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Singaporean authorities say the queue to view statesman Lee Kuan Yew lying in state is now nine hours long and urge people not to join.



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The authorities in Sierra Leone are enforcing a three-day national lockdown to curb the spread of Ebola, except for short windows to pray.



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jeudi 26 mars 2015

The genetic code of "an entire nation" has effectively been deduced, say researchers in Iceland.



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At least 10 Hindu pilgrims are killed in a stampede during a bathing ritual at a holy site in Narayanganj, Bangladesh, local reports say.



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Malcolm Fraser, prime minister from 1975-1983, is hailed as a "unique and great" Australian at his state funeral in Melbourne.



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German police seize possessions of a co-pilot who apparently crashed his plane in the Alps killing all 150 people on board, as they investigate possible motives.



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The US says it has begun air strikes to try to dislodge Islamic State militants from the Iraqi city of Tikrit, after a request from Baghdad.



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Annual core consumer inflation in Japan, the world's third-largest economy, stopped rising for the first time in nearly two years in February.



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Eighteen years of satellite data reveal an acceleration in the thinning of many of Antarctica's floating ice shelves.



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Sales of Pepsi overtake Coca-Cola's sugar-free brand as consumers continue to move away from fizzy drinks.



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At least 14 workers are killed and about 30 are injured when scaffolding collapses at a building site in Vietnam's Ha Tinh province.



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A long-running study shows dark matter coasts unscathed through galactic collisions, betraying a ghostly lack of interaction with the known Universe.



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David Cameron and Ed Miliband will each be interviewed by Jeremy Paxman and face audience questions in the first general election TV special.



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Yemen's President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi arrives in the Saudi capital Riyadh, as Saudi Arabia continues to launch air strikes against Shia Houthi rebels.



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Rocket and mortar attacks by Palestinian militant groups during last summer's conflict in Gaza amounted to war crimes, Amnesty International says.



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Flash floods in one of the driest regions in the world - Chile's Atacama desert - leave two people dead and 24 missing, officials say.



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Emergency services are on the scene of a seven-alarm fire and partial building collapse in New York City.



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A Saudi-led coalition launches air strikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen, saying it is "defending the legitimate government" of President Hadi.



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PayPal agrees a £5.1m payout over allegations it allowed payments from accounts deemed enemies of the state by the US government.



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The US embassy in Uganda warns that Westerners - including Americans - may be targeted for terror attacks in the capital, Kampala.



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One of Brazil's biggest engineering companies, Galvao Engenharia, files for bankruptcy protection after Petrobras stopped payments.



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At least four people are killed after a passenger bus hit a landmine near a government-held town in eastern Ukraine, local officials say.



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A state of emergency is declared in the Peruvian town of Chosica after it was engulfed by mud and rocks during heavy rain on Monday.



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The star of reality show Duck Dynasty is facing criticism after a speech that included a graphic story about a atheist family being raped and killed.



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A university student in Oklahoma who led a videotaped racist chant that caused a national uproar has apologised.



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Budget airline Easyjet says it will require two crew in the cockpit at all times, after UK airlines are told to review procedures following the Alps crash.



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A US soldier and his cousin are arrested and charged with conspiring to support the Islamic State, the Department of Justice says.



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A US general says Iranian-backed Shia militias in Iraq are no longer leading the battle to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State.



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The governor of Indiana has declared a public health emergency and authorised a needle sharing programme, after an HIV outbreak "reached epidemic proportions" in part of the state.



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The next season of ITV's period drama Downton Abbey will be its last, its makers announce.



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Surgeons in Cambridgeshire perform the first heart transplant in Europe using a non-beating heart.



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The US has defended a prisoner swap with the Taliban for the release of Sgt Bowe Bergdahl after the US soldier was charged with desertion.



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German sportswear firm Adidas outlines a turnaround plan that includes making some of its goods in Europe rather than Asia.



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Australia power into the Cricket World Cup final with a 95-run victory over defending champions India in Sydney.



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Former Liberian President Charles Taylor is ordered to serve the rest of his jail term in the UK, after losing a request to be transferred to Rwanda.



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Co-pilot of Germanwings flight that crashed in Alps took sole control of plane and intentionally started descent, officials say



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A pair of elephants helped prevent a lorry, stuck in a muddy lay-by, from overturning in the US state of Louisiana.



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The UN's refugee agency says the number of refugees seeking asylum in developed countries rose by 45% in 2014, with Germany receiving the most claims.



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Nigeria's two main presidential candidates sign a peace accord to prevent violence in tightly contested elections due on Saturday.



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France cuts its budget deficit target for this year and signals that the economic recovery is gathering pace.



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Three Americans died in the Alps air crash that killed 150 people, the US state department has confirmed.



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Law student Erol Incedal cleared at Old Bailey of charge of planning terror attack



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Two senior Ukrainian officials are arrested during a televised cabinet meeting, as part of an anti-corruption crackdown.



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Prime Minister Stephen Harper wants to expand the mission against the militant group Islamic State to include air strikes on targets in Syria.



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The genetic code of "an entire nation" has effectively been deduced, say researchers in Iceland.



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An Australian man jailed for the rape and murder of Irish woman Jill Meagher is convicted of three more rapes, officials reveal.



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Britain to provide military training to "Syrian moderate opposition forces", Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says



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The US says it has begun air strikes to try to dislodge Islamic State militants from the Iraqi city of Tikrit, after a request from Baghdad.



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The EU's top diplomat meets Cuban leaders and says the EU will intensify talks aimed at normalising ties with Havana.



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UK Supreme Court says letters by Prince Charles to government departments can be published, after a campaign by the Guardian newspaper.



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Easyjet raises its profit forecast because of the weakening euro and lower oil price.



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A two-year-old Indian girl sets a new national record in archery, according to the India Book of Records.



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Indian police make their first arrest in connection with the rape of an elderly nun in West Bengal, a case which sparked national outrage.



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Kraft Foods Group shares jump 35% after an announcement that the firm will merge with tomato ketchup maker Heinz.



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Oil prices rise by as much as 6% after Saudi Arabia and its allies launched airstrikes on rebel targets in Yemen.



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mercredi 25 mars 2015

A retired police chief from China's autonomous Inner Mongolia region is formally arrested on suspicion of murder, state media report.



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Relatives of Germanwings plane crash victims go to the crash site in France, as reports say one of the pilots on the doomed flight had left the cockpit.



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King Richard III's body is due to be laid to rest at Leicester Cathedral later at a service presided over by the Archbishop of Canterbury.



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Preston tops a league table of the UK's "unhealthiest High Streets" according to the Royal Society for Public Health.



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Edible diamonds, candy floss lamps and 3D-printed chocolates are the futuristic vision of a pair of food experts,



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Thousands of people queue for hours in Singapore to pay tribute to statesman Lee Kuan Yew as he lies in state in parliament.



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Saudi Arabia launches a military operation in Yemen against Houthi rebels to protect "the legitimate government", the Saudi ambassador in the US says.



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The US embassy in Uganda warns that Westerners - including Americans - may be targeted for terror attacks in the capital, Kampala.



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The UK's tax authority has been accused by MPs of failing to properly monitor the system of tax reliefs.



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At least four people are killed after a passenger bus hit a landmine near a government-held town in eastern Ukraine, local officials say.



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A state of emergency is declared in the Peruvian town of Chosica after it was engulfed by mud and rocks during heavy rain on Monday.



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The star of reality show Duck Dynasty is facing criticism after a speech that included a graphic story about a atheist family being raped and killed.



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Ebola is more deadly for young children than adults, an analysis in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests.



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The main US share indexes all fell on Wednesday, with the technology-focused Nasdaq sustaining the heaviest losses.



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US army Sgt Bowe Bergdahl, who abandoned post in Afghanistan, to be charged with desertion, US officials say.



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Nigeria's government denies that militant Islamists abducted 500 children from a town in the north-east, saying the number is lower.



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Facebook opens up its Messenger app to accept posts from other photo, video, audio and Gif-based social networks.



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Chile declares a national alert as wildfires sweep through three national parks and reserves in the middle of a long drought.



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US President Obama says prospects for a Mid-East two-state solution are "dim", but says his relations with the Israeli leader are not a problem.



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French investigators say the cockpit voice recorder of Germanwings 4U 9525 has usable data, but it has so far yielded no clues to the crash.



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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has told the Congress his country owes the US a "profound debt" for its military sacrifices.



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Germany agrees to return a masterpiece by Henri Matisse, looted by the Nazis, to the family of its original Jewish owner.



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Former Liberian President Charles Taylor is ordered to serve the rest of his jail term in the UK, after losing a request to be transferred to Rwanda.



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A pair of elephants helped prevent a lorry, stuck in a muddy lay-by, from overturning in the US state of Louisiana.



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Nigeria orders the closure of all its land and sea borders to prevent foreigners from crossing over to vote in Saturday's tightly contested elections, a minister says.



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Vandals attack a Moscow memorial to murdered Russian politician Boris Nemtsov, with an obscure nationalist group claiming responsibility.



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Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson will not have his contract renewed after the BBC concludes an investigation into his "fracas" with a producer.



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China rejects calls from foreign governments to release five women's rights activists who have spent nearly three weeks in detention.



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Telefonica finalises a deal to sell its O2 mobile phone network to Hutchison Whampoa for £10.25bn.



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Two US citizens died in the Alps air crash that killed 150 people, the chief executive officer of airline Germanwings has said.



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A court in Chad sentences to life in prison seven ex-policemen for torture committed during the rule of ousted President Hissene Habre.



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Prime Minister Stephen Harper wants to expand the mission against the militant group Islamic State to include air strikes on targets in Syria.



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Two senior Ukrainian officials arrested during cabinet meeting as part of anti-corruption crackdown.



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Anyone who had a blood transfusion before 1991 should be tested for Hepatitis C, a Scottish inquiry into contaminated NHS blood supplies says.



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Eight people are arrested as part of an international investigation into the supply of 'skunk' cannabis into Northern Ireland.



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The US-led coalition against Islamic State begins surveillance flights over Tikrit, as an Iraqi government offensive to recapture the city stalls.



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The EU's top diplomat meets Cuban leaders and says the EU will intensify talks aimed at normalising ties with Havana.



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Opener Rohit Sharma says India will not be daunted by Thursday's World Cup semi-final against Australia.



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The reopening of Tunisia's Bardo museum to visitors will not now take place on Tuesday and has been rescheduled for Sunday due to security concerns.



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A two-year-old Indian girl sets a new national record in archery, according to the India Book of Records.



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At least three Britons died in the Alps air crash that killed 150 people, UK Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says.



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Private equity firm 3G Capital is to buy Kraft in a deal that could value the US food giant at more than $40bn (£27bn).



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Houthi rebels backed by allied army units seize air base near Aden from forces loyal to Yemen's President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, reports say.



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Two Bangladeshi workers kidnapped by gunmen in Libya have been freed and are in good health, officials say.



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An Angolan journalist goes on trial on charges of defaming military generals after he accused them of links to the "blood diamond" trade.



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Australia says it is "prepared to join" the growing number of countries signing up to a new China-led infrastructure bank.



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Defence Secretary Michael Fallon sets out plans to "modernise" Britain's defences of the Falkland Islands.



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Australian police have prevented 200 people suspected of trying to join militant groups from leaving the country since August, say officials.



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mardi 24 mars 2015

Two crew members are missing after an Indian navy surveillance plane crashes into the sea off the western state of Goa.



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Ten writers - including four from Africa - are in the running to win the £60,000 Man Booker International Prize.



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A search and recovery operation will resume in the southern French Alps after Tuesday's crash of a Germanwings plane, killing all 150 on board.



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More than 2,000 people march in Kabul to demand justice for Farkhunda, 28, an Afghan woman beaten to death by a mob last week.



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Nearly 100 people are due in court in Myanmar over student protests two weeks ago against an education bill which ended in violence.



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More than 60% of Australia's major organised crime figures are dealing crystal meth - known as "ice" - a new report finds.



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US consumer prices rebounded in February as petrol prices rose for the first time since June, official figures show.



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Scientists in central Australia discover what they say is a 400km-wide underground asteroid crater - the largest impact area ever found.



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The new Uruguayan government announces it will no longer accept detainees from the Guantanamo Bay detention centre.



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An Angolan journalist goes on trial on charges of defaming military generals after he accused them of links to the "blood diamond" trade.



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Utah will resume the use of firing squads to carry out the death penalty when lethal injections drugs are not available.



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Charlottesville, Virginia, police have said an investigation has produced no evidence a gang rape portrayed in a Rolling Stone article occurred.



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A New Orleans judge has said Robert Durst, the millionaire awaiting extradition to Los Angles to stand trial on a murder charge, is a danger to others and a flight risk.



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A sequel to Nelson Mandela's 1995 autobiography Long Walk to Freedom is to be published next year.



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Ten writers - including four from Africa - are in the running to win the £60,000 Man Booker International Prize.



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David Cameron says it was "sensible" to rule out a third term if he is re-elected, amid claims the PM has made a strategic blunder.



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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says sorry for warning that "the Arabs are voting in droves" during the election campaign.



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More than 2,000 people march in Kabul to demand justice for Farkhunda, 28, an Afghan woman beaten to death by a mob last week.



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At least 36 people are killed and 70 injured in Peru as a bus careers into the wrong lane and is hit by three oncoming vehicles.



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Chinese officials say they will introduce square-dancing rules following complaints over disorderly "dancing grannies".



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Greek and German leaders strike conciliatory tones, but remain vague on how to prevent Athens from running out of money.



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James Corden's debut on TV's The Late, Late Show is praised by critics and fans in the US.



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Au travers de ce diaporama, nous revenons sur la comparaison entre les niveaux de détail 'bas' et 'ultra' de Battlefield Hardline sur PC. Pour ce faire, nous avons utilisé une machine à base de proces [...]

















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Yemen's foreign ministry calls for Gulf Arab states to intervene, with the UN warning that the country is on the brink of civil war.



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A Germanwings Airbus A320 crashes in the French Alps near Digne, French police and aviation officials say.



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Business output in the eurozone grew at its fastest rate in nearly four years in March, a closely watched survey suggests.



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The Asian Development Bank says it expects China's economy to grow by 7.2% this year, which is faster than the target rate set by the country's officials.



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Uefa chief Michel Platini warns of a return to hooliganism's "dark days" unless public authorities help govern the game.



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A Dutch meat trader goes on trial accused of selling 300 tonnes of horsemeat as beef, during one of Europe's largest food scandals.



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Grant Elliott hits a six off the penultimate delivery to secure New Zealand's place in the World Cup final with a thrilling win.



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On the Run letters to Irish republicans saying they were not being sought by police "damaged criminal justice system," say MPs.



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UK inflation rate fell to 0.0% in February, the lowest since records began, official figures say



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Bank regulators in the United States have criticised two UK banks for failing to make adequate provisions in the event of their collapse.



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Israel denies a report that it spied on nuclear talks between the US and Iran in order to build a case against a deal.



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Actress Angelina Jolie has her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed as a preventative measure against cancer.



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Tesco is facing potential legal action from UK institutional shareholders following its accounting scandal.



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Swedish fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) says "strong" store and online expansion led to improved sales and profits in the first quarter.



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An Afghan woman who was lynched after being falsely accused of burning the Koran was killed for tackling superstitious practices, eyewitnesses say.



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US researchers are investigating ways to extract the gold and precious metals from human faeces.



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Archaeologists in Argentina are investigating whether ruined buildings in a remote nature reserve may have been built to hide Nazi officers.



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A court in Senegal sentences the son of former President Abdoulaye Wade to six years in prison for corruption.



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Libya's collapse since the overthrow of Colonel Gaddafi has turned it into a potential security threat to the UK, the Foreign Affairs Committee says.



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France's centre-right UMP party and its allies have come first in the first round of local elections, according to official results.



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Tunisia's prime minister sacks six police chiefs following last week's attack on the Bardo Museum, which killed at least 22 people.



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An 11-year-old boy from Hampshire who was reported missing after leaving school has been found, police have said.



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Three African leaders sign an initial deal to end a long-running dispute over the sharing of Nile waters and the building of Africa's biggest hydroelectric dam.



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Three men convicted of involvement in the Kunming knife attack that left 31 people dead have been executed, a court in China says.



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Gunmen open fire on passing vehicles on a major road in eastern Afghanistan, killing at least 13 people, local officials say.



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India's Supreme Court strikes down a controversial law which allows police to arrest people for comments made online and on social media.



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The Conservative chief whip defends David Cameron after the prime minister told the BBC he would not serve a third term if the Conservatives remained in government.



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A judge has ruled that a woman may seek punitive damages from a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley on the grounds of sexual discrimination.



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The French authorities introduce measures to combat a sharp increase in pollution affecting Paris and other cities in northern France.



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North Korea rejects South Korean calls for an apology over the sinking of a warship, almost five years after the disaster killed 46 sailors.



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Labour's general election manifesto will contain a pledge not to raise VAT, shadow chancellor Ed Balls will say.



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UK government proposals for further devolution for Scotland were rushed through with insufficient consultation, a parliamentary report warns.



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Most Asian stocks fall after two private surveys how manufacturing activity weakened in China and Japan, Asia's two largest economies.



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The Ebola outbreak in West Africa will be over by August, the head of the United Nations Ebola mission has told the BBC.



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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is set to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel amid mounting concern that Athens is running out of money.



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Three people are dead and one more is injured after a section of scaffolding has collapse at tall construction project in Raleigh, North Carolina.



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Lee Kuan Yew, the statesman who transformed Singapore from a port city into a wealthy global hub, dies at the age of 91.



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Gulf States will take "necessary measures" over deteriorating security in Yemen if a peaceful solution cannot be found, Saudi Arabia says.



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Leaving the EU could cost the UK economy 2.2% of total output (GDP) by 2030, a study by the think-tank Open Europe says.



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A Syrian government helicopter crashes in Idlib province, with four crew captured and one killed, activists say.



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The murder trial of Joseph Scott Pemberton, a US marine accused of murdering a transgender woman, gets under way in the Philippines.



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Afzal Amin has resigned as Conservative candidate in Dudley North over claims he plotted with the English Defence League, a Tory source tells the BBC.



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In his first official visit to Washington, the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani praises the US for the commitment shown to his country over 14 years.



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The scale of civilian deaths in Gaza during the 2014 war with Israel puts Israel's adherence to international law in doubt, a UN official has said.



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A 52-year-old German tourist is killed in a shark attack off an Egyptian Red Sea resort, police say, the first such death in five years.



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The Royal Bank of Scotland is selling more of its stake in the US bank Citizens as it continues to focus on the UK market.



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British DJ Neil Fox charged with nine sex offences involving six people, of whom three were children



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Republican Ted Cruz made individual liberty the key theme of his campaign announcement on Monday, and becomes the first major figure to enter the 2016 race.



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A man in his 50s is arrested on suspicion of murdering missing York University chef Claudia Lawrence, who went missing in 2009.



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Hundreds of Afghans protest against the public lynching at the weekend of a woman accused of burning the Koran.



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A third attacker is still "on the run" after the deadly Bardo Museum killings, Tunisia's president says in a live TV interview.



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