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Venezuela crisis: Bans on protests that 'disturb' election

Demonstrations that could “disturb or affect” Sunday’s controversial vote are outlawed. Click here to read full story

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Millions of Indian women have never used their husband’s name – it’s a way of showing respect for him. But campaigners are now urging some of them to change their ways. Click here to read full story

Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump face-off tonight!

The stage is set for Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton to face off in what could be the defining moment of the 2016 campaign. Click to read full story.

Brazil President Awaits Impeachment.

Police in Brazil’s capital are on stand by for protests as the country await the outcome of a congressional committee vote.   The vote is a key step in the process to impeach President Dilma Rousseff.   The 65-member committee will decide whether to recommend impeachment over allegations she manipulated government accounts to hide a Read More

New humane ways to handle European asylum seekers have been developed

The European Commission has developed alternatives for a more humane and efficient way of handling asylum. The new measures are in response to the current migrant crisis. Among the options is a plan to scrap a rule for refugees to claim asylum in the country they arrive in.   The present EU system is widely thought to Read More

Man hijacks EgyptAir Plane and forces crew to land in Cyprus.

A man, wearing what authorities said was a fake suicide belt hijacked EgyptAir plane Airbus 320 earlier today.   The man, who officials say seemed unstable, was later arrested after giving himself up,.   The passengers and crew were unharmed.   The reason for the takeover is not certain as officials say conflicting theories emerged Read More

Pakistan’s Prime Minister is calling for greater co-ordination in the fight against terror.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif says the Pakistan’s resolve to deal with militants was growing.     He was speaking at a meeting of security officials, following Sunday’s deadly attack against Christians celebrating Easter in a park in Lahore.     The are was more crowded than usual, as members of Lahore’s minority Christian community had Read More

UN legal concerns over EU-Turkey plan

The UN has expressed concern over a radical EU-Turkey plan to ease the migrant crisis, saying it could contravene international law. Under the plan, all migrants arriving in Greece from Turkey would be returned and for each Syrian sent back, a Syrian in Turkey would be resettled in the EU.   The UN’s refugee agency Read More

Congo-born priest in Germany resigns over racist threats

A Catholic priest of Congolese origin has resigned in southern Germany after getting death threats and racist abuse.   Here’s G987S Camelia Guthrie with the details of this story.  

North Korea ‘fires missiles’ into sea hours after UN vote.

North Korea has fired six short-range projectiles into the sea, South Korea’s defence ministry has said, hours after the UN imposed tough new sanctions. A South Korean spokesman told the Yonhap news agency the projectiles were fired at about 10:00 local time (01:00 GMT) from Wonsan on the east coast.     They were either Read More

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