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world Indonesian police arrest militants setting up jihadi camp

Indonesia's counterterrorism squad says it has arrested four suspected Islamic militants who were trying to establish a jihadist training camp in eastern Indonesia and who likely had links with Abu Sayyaf militants in the southern Philippines.

25 minutes ago // BBC

world Dele Alli: Tottenham midfielder given three-game ban

Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli is banned for three European matches after being sent off against Gent in the Europa League in February.

27 minutes ago // Time

world The U.N. Has Agreed to Investigate Myanmars Alleged Abuse of Rohingya

The Myanmar armed forces have been accused of rape, torture and extra-judicial killing while carrying out anti-insurgency operations

30 minutes ago // Fox News

world Sunken S. Korean ferry set to be loaded on transport vessel

Salvage crews towed a corroded 6,800-ton South Korean ferry toward a transport vessel on Friday after it was successfully raised from waters off the country's southwest coast.

44 minutes ago // USA Today

world 'You feel really helpless,' Londoner says about terror attack

For Tiernan Mulberry, it's business as usual Thursday, following a terror attack near the Houses of Parliament that killed four people.

44 minutes ago // VOA

world 2 New Arrests in London Terror Attack

London police said Friday they have made two more arrests in connection with the attack near Parliament. Counter-terrorism commander Mark Rowley characterized the arrests as significant, though he did not provide any details. He said nine people are currently in custody and one person has been released. Police officials identified the attacker who killed four people near Parliament as Khalid Masood, a Briton who converted to Islam and had a lengthy criminal record for weapons possessio

46 minutes ago // Reuters

world Russians bombing Syrian rebels near Hama, Syrian military source says

BEIRUT Reuters - Russian warplanes are taking part in air strikes against insurgents to help repel a major attack on Syrian government-held areas near the city of Hama, a Syrian military source said on Friday.

51 minutes ago // Fox News

world German Parliament passes toll for passenger cars

Germany's Parliament has passed a law introducing a road toll for passenger cars.

51 minutes ago // New York Times

world Living in Fear, Dutertes Chief Critic Speaks Out From Philippine Jail

Senator Leila de Lima, held on charges she insists are false, is lonely in her cell and fears for her life. But she says she will not be silenced.

54 minutes ago // Reuters

world Iraqi forces prepare new push, tactics in Mosul as civilians flee city

MOSUL, Iraq Reuters - Iraqi forces are preparing a fresh push against Islamic State using new tactics, but operations to drive the militants out of their last stronghold in the country are on hold, military officials said on Friday.

57 minutes ago // ABC

world Indonesia police fire tear gas on Muslims protesting church

Indonesian police have fired tear gas to disperse hard-line Muslims protesting against the construction of a Catholic church in a city near the capital, Jakarta

58 minutes ago // Fox News

world Pakistani police prevent clerics' rally against blasphemy

Pakistani police have blocked a rally by clerics in Islamabad seeking to press their calls for the death of social media activists accused of insulting Islam.

58 minutes ago // BBC

world What we know so far?

Here is what we know about the incidents in Westminster, which are being treated by police as terrorism.

59 minutes ago // USA Today

world London police: Two significant arrests overnight

London's top anti-terror officer says two more "significant arrests" have been made in connection with the Westminster attack. Nine people are currently in custody. One is out on bail. March 24

1 hour ago // Time

world Passengers Aboard a Charter Flight Capture Spectacular Images of the Southern Lights

After flying out of Dunedin, New Zealand, passengers enjoyed a five-hour light show near the Antarctic Circle

1 hour ago // New York Times

world London Police Make Significant Arrests in Attack Inquiry

Officials said that Khalid Masood, who carried out the assault outside Parliament, was born Adrian Russell Ajao in Kent, in southeastern England.

1 hour ago // ABC

world French candidate Macron wins key backer: defense chief

Independent French presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron has won the backing of the defense minister, which could bolster voter confidence that the Macron is presidential material despite having no party and minimal political experience

1 hour ago // VOA

world On World Tuberculosis Day, Doctors Warn Of New Drug-Resistant Bacteria

Friday marks the United Nations World Tuberculosis Day, aimed at raising awareness of a disease that kills an estimated 1.8 million people every year. Six countries account for nearly two-thirds of the cases: India, Indonesia, China, Nigeria, Pakistan and South Africa. The date commemorates the day in 1882 when German scientist Dr. Robert Koch announced that he had discovered the cause of the disease, the TB bacillus. It remains the most deadly infectious disease in the world. Every si

1 hour ago // VOA

world Could Internet of Skills Be Next Technological Leap?

What happens when a piano is combined with technology? Kids or anybody could learn how to play the piano really properly from the best musicians in the world, said Mischa Dohler, composer and professor of Wireless Communications at Kings College London. 'Could we digitize skills?' Dohlers aim is to build a database that records the movements of a piano players hands with the help of a special sensing glove that tracks every movement of the musicians joints. Once the data

1 hour ago // Fox News

world French president denounces Fillon's claims of dirty tricks

French President Francois Hollande is vigorously denouncing suggestions by conservative presidential hopeful Francois Fillon that Hollande has a "cabinet noir" to discredit political rivals.

1 hour ago // ABC

world Father seeks to clear name of Germanwings co-pilot Lubitz

Two years on, the father of the co-pilot wants to clear his son's name.

1 hour ago // Fox News

world Indonesia police fire tear gas on Muslims protesting church

Indonesian police fired tear gas on Friday to disperse hard-line Muslims protesting against the construction of a Catholic church in a satellite city of the capital, Jakarta.

1 hour ago // VOA

world On World Tuberculosis Day, Doctors Warn of New Drug-Resistant Bacteria

Friday marks World Tuberculosis Day, aimed at raising awareness of a disease that kills an estimated 1.8 million people every year. Six countries account for nearly two-thirds of the cases: India, Indonesia, China, Nigeria, Pakistan and South Africa. As Henry Ridgwell reports, resistant forms of TB bacteria are undermining efforts to roll out new treatments.

1 hour ago // Reuters

world London attacker Khalid Masood was a 52-year-old criminal with militant links

BIRMINGHAM, England Reuters - Before he killed at least four people in Britain's deadliest attack since the 2005 London bombings, Khalid Masood was considered by intelligence officers to be a criminal who posed little serious threat.

1 hour ago // VOA

world Could the 'Internet of Skills' Be the Next Technological Leap?

As the internet continues to drive innovative ideas, some scientists envision a world where people can digitize their skills and do their jobs from anywhere in the world with the next generation of optical and wireless technology. How this idea is executed was demonstrated at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibition in Los Angeles. VOA's Elizabeth Lee has the details.

1 hour ago // VOA

world Trade, Globalization Focus of Chinese Premiers Australian Visit

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is in Australia for a five-day visit that will focus on boosting global trade. China is Australias largest export market, responsible for nearly a third of its total exports, according to the government. Writing in an Australian newspaper, Premier Li referred to the isolationist rhetoric of U.S. President Donald Trump, who earlier this year pulled his country out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership that had been signed by 12 nations and would have covered 40 perc

1 hour ago // ABC

world UN report: Sanctions disrupt humanitarian aid to North Korea

International sanctions on North Korea are taking a toll on humanitarian aid activities, according to a U.N.-led report

1 hour ago // Fox News

world WWII German pilot found in northern Denmark wreck identified

A Danish newspaper says the pilot of a German World War II airplane that crashed into a northern Denmark swamp more than 70 years ago has been identified.

1 hour ago // BBC

world London attack: 'Final' photo of killed PC Keith Palmer emerges

A new photo of PC Keith Palmer outside Parliament emerges, taken just 45 minutes before he died.

1 hour ago // ABC

world Two more 'significant arrests' made over London terror attack

Police also announced details about additional raids conducted in the country.

1 hour ago // Fox News

world 1 killed as large fire rips through Ukraine military arsenal

A woman has died in an enormous fire at a Ukrainian munitions dump in the country's Kharkiv region near the Russian border.

1 hour ago // Fox News

world Father seeks to clear name of Germanwings co-pilot Lubitz

The father of the Germanwings co-pilot who crashed his plane in the French Alps, killing everybody on board, is seeking to exonerate his son.

1 hour ago // BBC

world In pictures: London mourns... and carries on

Two days after the attack in Westminster, London tries to return to normal

1 hour ago // BBC

world Mike Crofts describes attempt to save PC Keith Palmer

War veteran Mike Crofts describes the effort to try to save PC Keith Palmer's life

1 hour ago // Fox News

world French candidate Macron wins key backer: defense chief

Independent French presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron has won the backing of the defense minister, which could bolster voter confidence that the 39-year-old is presidential material despite having no party and minimal political experience.

1 hour ago // NPR

world The U.S. Can't Really Know If Farmers Are Cutting Back On Antibiotics, GAO Says

New FDA rules limit how farmers can give antibiotics to animals raised for meat. But a Government Accountability Office report says the FDA doesn't collect the data to know if that policy is working.