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world Man Arrested in Bosnia Over Links to Gunman in Police Attack

Man arrested in Bosnia over links to gunman in police station attack

22 minutes ago // BBC

world Jury goes out in baby murder trial

The jury is sent out to deliberate in the trial of a Cwmbran grandfather who denies murdering his five-week-old granddaughter.

23 minutes ago // ABC

world Afghan Official: At Least 52 Dead in Landslide in Northeast

Official says landslide in remote northeastern Afghan province kills at least 52 people

23 minutes ago // ABC

world EU Sees Intensified Work to Keep Greece From Going Bankrupt

EU says work has picked up on talks with creditors to keep Greece from going bankrupt

29 minutes ago // Reuters

world Tsipras presses for May debt deal, says referendum possible

ATHENS Reuters - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Tuesday he was confident of an outline deal with international creditors within two weeks, after shaking up his negotiating team and sidelining his finance minister who has infuriated euro zone partners.

31 minutes ago // ABC

world Auschwitz Survivor: Trial of Ex-Nazi Guard Is 'Satisfaction'

Auschwitz survivor: Witnessing trial of ex-Nazi guard is 'a kind of satisfaction'

35 minutes ago // Time

world Briton Goes on Trial in London for Killing U.S. Soldier in Iraq

Anis Abid Sardar allegedly made bombs in Syria that were used against U.S. troops in Baghdad in 2007

38 minutes ago // The Independent

world 'Please don't kill my son': Families of Bali Nine duo launch heartbreaking plea for their lives

The families of two Australian men due to be executed have begged the Indonesian government to show mercy after seeing the prisoners for what they fear is the last time.

40 minutes ago // VOA

world On The Scene: Quake Overwhelms Nepal

Landing at Tribhuvan, Nepals only international airport, at 1,300 meters altitude in the Kathmandu Valley is no easy feat, even in the best of times and weather. It is considered a hazardous approach and there is no instrumentation landing system. Serious accidents are not uncommon. Since Saturdays magnitude 7.8 earthquake, which may have killed as many as 10,000 people, according to Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, many flights carrying critically-needed relief supplies and rescue teams h

40 minutes ago // BBC

world VIDEO: Amy documentary 'misleading' says father

Amy Winehouse's family have criticised a new documentary about her life.

40 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Afghanistan landslide kills at least 52 people

Remote Badakhshan province is one of poorest in the country and regularly devastated by landslips when snows begin to melt Continue reading...

41 minutes ago // BBC

world VIDEO: Cameron: Russell Brand's a joke

David Cameron has said he has not "got time to hang out with Russell Brand", after being asked if he was jealous of Ed Miliband's meeting with the comedian.

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world Judge to Probe Andorra Bank Spanish Unit for Laundering

Judge to probe Banco de Madrid, the Spanish unit of Andorra bank accused of money laundering

44 minutes ago // BBC

world EU to install crash alert in cars

A new EU-wide alert system to deal with road accidents, called eCall, gets the go-ahead from Euro MPs.

44 minutes ago // ABC

world Police: Pakistan Guard Shoots, Kills Himself at US Consulate

Police say Pakistan guard shoots, kills himself in front of US Consulate in city of Lahore

44 minutes ago // Fox News

world Judge to probe Banco de Madrid, the Spanish unit of Andorra bank accused of money laundering

A Spanish investigative magistrate has opened a probe into possible money laundering at Banco de Madrid SA, a unit of Andorra's Banca Privada d'Andorra accused by the U.S. of helping groups from China, Russia and Venezuela launder money.

45 minutes ago // The Independent

world New York to switch off 'non-essential' lights at night in effort help migrating birds across state and curb death by 'fatal light attraction'

The state of New York will begin switching off non-essential outdoor lights on state-run buildings at night in an effort to help migrating birds.

48 minutes ago // The Guardian

world The hidden biases of Geodata

Analysis of one of the worlds largest placename databases reveals it is dramatically skewed toward the USs cities, towns and settlements Continue reading...

48 minutes ago // Los Angeles Times

world Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, 'a case nobody wants to see go to trial'

Every year since America's current overseas wars began 14 years ago, hundreds of Army soldiers have abandoned their units almost 6,000 since 2001. More than 5,000 have been convicted of desertion or being absent without leave, and most were thrown out of the Army.

48 minutes ago // Los Angeles Times

world Trainer Freddie Roach is confident of plan for Manny Pacquiao to win fight

For 12 rounds, or less, Saturday night, Manny Pacquiao will rely on the guidance of his longtime trainer, Freddie Roach, to figure out how to defeat Floyd Mayweather Jr.

48 minutes ago // Los Angeles Times

world 'Last Days in Vietnam,' 'Kent State: The Day the '60s Died' on PBS

It has been 40 years, nearly to the day, since the last helicopter carrying the last Marines left Saigon. On April 30, 1975, the American presence in Vietnam came to an end; hours later South Vietnam, surrendering to the North, was itself no more.

48 minutes ago // Los Angeles Times

world Dayworkers help at school garden to highlight fruits of their labor

Most mornings, day laborer Guillermo Perez heads to the Home Depot near MacArthur Park to look for work. If he's lucky, he brings home $100.

50 minutes ago // ABC

world Afghan Official: At Least 52 Dead in Landslide in Northeast

Landslide in remote northeastern Afghan province kills at least 52 people, official says

52 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Japanese PM Shinzo Abe to address US Congress

Pressure mounts on PM to repeat apologies for Japans wartime conduct before US audience ahead of 70th anniversary of end of Pacific warThe ghosts of Japans wartime past will set the tone for the remainder of Shinzo Abes weeklong visit to the US as he prepares on Wednesday to become the first Japanese prime minister to address a joint session of Congress .Any references Abe makes to the second world war will be the best indication yet of how he intends to word a key

52 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Japanese PM Shinzo Abe to address US Congress

Pressure mounts on PM to repeat apologies for Japans wartime conduct before US audience ahead of 70th anniversary of end of Pacific war Continue reading...

54 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Bali Nine: reports Widodo has called emergency meeting on fate of Filipina woman rolling coverage

Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, convicted in 2006 of drug smuggling in Indonesia, and seven other prisoners, could face execution by firing squad early on Wednesday morning after last-ditch pleas for mercy failThe nine people facing execution in Indonesia

54 minutes ago // The Guardian

world Bali Nine: Widodo said to have called emergency meeting on fate of Filipina Mary Jane Veloso rolling report

Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, convicted in 2006 of drug smuggling in Indonesia, and seven other prisoners, could face execution by firing squad early on Wednesday morning after last-ditch pleas for mercy failThe nine people facing execution in Indonesia

54 minutes ago // Reuters

world Islamic State has killed over 2,000 off battlefield since June: monitor

BEIRUT Reuters - Ultra-radical Islamic State insurgents have killed at least 2,154 people off the battlefield in Syria since the end of June when the group declared a caliphate in territory it controls, a Syrian human rights monitor said on Tuesday.

54 minutes ago // ABC

world How You Can Help the Victims of the Nepal Earthquake

Help from the United States is expected to arrive in Nepal today following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that impacted almost 5 million people, according to the U.N.

54 minutes ago // ABC

world Race Against Time: A look at Nepal Rescue Efforts

Disaster relief teams are en route to join U.S. Special Forces already in Nepal.

1 hour ago // New York Times

world Sinosphere Blog: Who Owns Shares in Wang Jianlins Empire? Names Are Just a Start

Identifying shareholders in the business empire of Wang Jianlin is no easy feat, with many investors cloaked in layers of holding companies.

1 hour ago // MSNBC

world Nepal on 'War Footing' as Death Toll Surpasses 4,300

Saturday's earthquake was the worst to hit Nepal in nearly 100 years.

1 hour ago // Reuters

world India cancels licenses of nearly 9,000 charities over foreign funds

NEW DELHI Thomson Reuters Foundatiob - India has canceled the registration of nearly 9,000 charities for failing to declare details of donations from abroad, as New Delhi tightens surveillance on foreign-funded non-governmental organizations in the country.

1 hour ago // Wall Street Journal

world Syrian Opposition Forces Seize Military Base

Rebels in Syria said they had seized a military base in the northwest, the latest victory for a coalition of anti-regime forces.

1 hour ago // The Guardian

world Bali Nine: Bishop says she now 'fears the worst for our citizens' rolling report

Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, convicted in 2006 of drug smuggling in Indonesia, and seven other prisoners, could face execution by firing squad early on Wednesday morning after last-ditch pleas for mercy failThe nine people facing execution in Indonesia