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President Emmanuel Macron Friday vowed France's total support for Britain's fight against terrorism after the Manchester attack as he met Prime Minister Theresa May at the G7 summit
Italian fashion designer Laura Biagiotti, who pioneered the marketing of cashmere products in places such as China and the former Soviet Union, has died aged 73, her company said Friday
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has appointed Justice Mandisa Maya as the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal, the president's office said Friday, making her the first woman to occupy the pos
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Police search post offices, embassies, airport in Greek capital after letter bomb attack  
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, marking three years in power, Friday inaugurated the country's longest bridge that spans the vast Brahmaputra River in the northeastern state of Assam
British emergency services are prepared for possible attacks on public events over an upcoming holiday weekend but have no information on specific threats after Monday's bomb attack in Manchester whic
A British voter has angrily confronted interior minister Amber Rudd over police cuts, prompting her to deny that a suicide bomb attack in Manchester which killed 22 at a music concert was linked to fa
Foreign minister says UN should not try to replace country’s justice system by conducting parallel investigation
The last messages to a victim of South Korea's Sewol ferry disaster were revealed Friday after their mobile phone was recovered from the salvaged wreck, officials said
A former chief of the council, ethnic issues expert Mihail Ivanov called the appointment "an outrage against minorities."
Indonesian authorities have arrested three suspects over a twin suicide bombing on a Jakarta bus terminal that killed three policemen and which has been claimed by ISIS, an official said Friday
A U.S. Republican candidate accused of assaulting a reporter was declared the projected winner of Thursday's Montana special congressional election, which had been considered a bellwether in the openi
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Indonesians and Malaysians were among foreign extremists fighting the Philippine army in Mindanao island, the Manila's solicitor-general said Friday, in a rare admission that outsiders were collaborat
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ATHENS (Reuters) - Former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos was recovering well from injuries caused by a booby-trapped package exploding in his car on Thursday, with doctors saying he would stay
Erdogan's visit to Brussels, where he was also due to attend a NATO summit, comes at a time of strain in EU-Turkey relations.
TAORMINA, Italy (Reuters) - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker denied on Friday that U.S. President Donald Trump had aggressively condemned German trade policies during at meeting in Br
Eight people are custody in connection with Monday's attack.              
BOSTON - A giant Lego giraffe is being renamed to honour a giraffe-loving Massachusetts boy who died last month. Legoland Discovery Center Boston says the giraffe outside its headquarters, built with
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Leaders of the world's rich nations braced for contentious talks with Donald Trump at a G7 summit in Sicily Friday after the U.S. president lambasted NATO allies for not spending more on defense and a
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