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Ukraine calls depot explosion an act of sabotage

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 11:52 UTC

The munitions and arms housed in the depot were used by Ukrainian troops fighting insurgents.

Chile sentences 33 over Pinochet-era disappearances

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 11:46 UTC

The 33 were found guilty of the abduction of five opponents of Gen Augusto Pinochet in 1987.

Japan school: Donation row grows for PM Shinzo Abe

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 11:40 UTC

The head of a controversial nationalist school says he did give money towards it despite his denials.

UN: 400,000 Iraqis 'trapped in Mosul's Old City'

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 11:39 UTC

'Worst is yet to come', with hundreds of thousands remaining in Mosul's Old City under siege-like conditions, UN says.

Russian ex-MP Voronenkov shot dead at Kiev hotel

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 11:35 UTC

Denis Voronenkov, who fled to Ukraine last year, is shot dead in the centre of the Ukrainian capital.

Syria's war: The voices absent from Syria's peace talks

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 11:34 UTC

As negotiations on the war in Syria resume in Geneva, civil society groups say their voices are not being heard.

UK police: Eight arrests over Westminster attack

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 11:18 UTC

Prime Minister says suspect was born in Britain as police arrest eight in probe into rampage near Britains parliament

Video of Israeli policeman hitting Palestinian driver draws anger

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 11:08 UTC

An officer is suspended after a film shows him headbutting a Palestinian lorry driver in Jerusalem.

Investment in Africa: There's room for everyone

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 10:40 UTC

What African countries want are partners who are in it for the long haul and can deliver the best return on investment.

Donald Trump's Wall: The human factor

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 10:31 UTC

Uncertainty over the future abounds for many on either side of the border including migrants and local business owners

Roadside bombings kill 10 Egypt soldiers during Sinai raid

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 10:20 UTC

The bombs were detonated during clashes triggered by army raids on jihadist militant strongholds.

Afghan Taliban capture city of Sangin

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 10:18 UTC

Officials confirm the district headquarters are now in militant hands after a year-long battle.

UK police: Seven arrests over Westminster attack

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 10:18 UTC

Six homes raided in London, Birmingham and elsewhere in the UK, police say, revising down number of victims to three.

1,100 Afghan children a day 'to drop out of school'

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 10:04 UTC

Some 400,000 Afghan children might not attend classes this year, putting them at great risk, Save the Children says.

The Portuguese denied citizenship in their own country

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 09:55 UTC

Members of Afro-descendant communities, rendered 'foreigners' due to a discriminatory nationality law, are speaking up.

Ukraine munitions blasts prompt mass evacuations

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 09:53 UTC

The dump is used to supply the military in the east and officials say the blasts were sabotage.

New York sword attacker 'targeted black men'

 BBC US and Canada - 23 March 2017, 09:49 UTC

A white US Army veteran who killed a black man with a sword had a hatred for black people, police say.

Syria's war: The missing voices in Syria's peace talks

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 09:39 UTC

As negotiations on the war in Syria resume in Geneva, civil society groups say their voices are not being heard.

Malaysia screen legend gets Google tribute

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 09:26 UTC

P. Ramlee enjoyed fame across South East Asia, even reaching as far as Hong Kong and Japan.

Apple 'paid no tax' in New Zealand for at least a decade

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 09:09 UTC

Apple is under scrutiny following reports it has paid no tax in New Zealand since 2007.

Sea ice cover at both poles hit record winter lows

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 09:07 UTC

Researchers say the sea ice sheets in the Arctic and Antarctic regions is the smallest in the 38-year satellite record.

Dinosaur crater's clue to origin of life

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 07:58 UTC

The crater made by the asteroid that killed off the dinosaurs reveals clues to the origins of life on Earth.

US police probe gang rape streamed on Facebook

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 07:39 UTC

Teenage victim may have known her attackers, who are believed to be all minors who 'terrorised' her neighbourhood.

Kenyan accused of 'hacking tax agency, stealing $40m'

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 07:01 UTC

IT expert Alex Mutuku charged with hacking into the country's tax authority, Kenyan media reports say.

Israel shuts down Arab primary school in East Jerusalem

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 06:43 UTC

Israeli occupation authorities shut down the private school a month ago, alleging an affiliation with Hamas.

Solutions for tumultuous times

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 06:43 UTC

To tackle global threats such as climate change, conflict and disaster, we must join forces and take collective action.

On board the Rainbow Warrior

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 06:03 UTC

Lucia Newman is on board Greenpeace's ship to observe their latest campaign, 'Save the Seas At the End of the World'.

Chile salmon: Too delicious to be true?

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 05:53 UTC

The Chilean salmon industry has become synonymous with massive use of toxic chemicals used in overcrowded fish farms that destroy the ocean's eco-system.

Sewol disaster: South Korea raises sunken ferry

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 05:39 UTC

More than 300 people, most schoolchildren, were killed when the vessel capsized and sunk almost three years ago.

Sewol disaster ferry raised in South Korea after three years

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 04:04 UTC

The Sewol sank on 16 April 2014 killing 304 people, almost all school children on a trip.

Donald Trump Jr criticises London mayor after terror attack

 BBC US and Canada - 23 March 2017, 02:05 UTC

The US president's son hits out at Sadiq Khan for comments made last year about terror preparedness.

Turkey protests against Norway giving officers asylum

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 01:50 UTC

Ambassador to Ankara summoned after Norway grants political asylum to Turkish officers allegedly linked to failed coup.

Extreme selfies

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 01:41 UTC

A number of young Russians are making names for themselves by posting videos of life-threatening stunts online.

'New' wave-like cloud finally wins official recognition

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 01:25 UTC

The new clouds include the rare, wave-like asperitas, after a long campaign by skywatchers.

Dialling Beijing

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 01:19 UTC

The politics behind Spain's decision to extradite more than 200 Taiwanese fraud suspects to China.

Safe to drink?

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 01:17 UTC

A recent court case in Nigeria highlights concerns that locally made drinks may be considered unsafe for human consumption.

'All hands on deck' for GOP as health care vote nears

 CNN US News - 23 March 2017, 01:10 UTC

Westminster attack: Five killed outside UK parliament

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 01:06 UTC

Police suspect man who rammed car into pedestrians before stabbing others was 'inspired by international terrorism'.

'She saved my life'

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 01:02 UTC

The story of Ana, a victim of domestic violence, and how an organisation of women bodyguards came to her help.

A beauty myth

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 00:59 UTC

Writer Eris Choo describes growing up dark-skinned in Malaysia among "candle princesses".

Eiffel Tower turns off lights in London tribute

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 00:27 UTC

Lights on the famous Paris landmark go off in tribute to the victims of the London attack.

Vegetable ivory

 BBC World News - 23 March 2017, 00:22 UTC

A look at how the seed of a South American tree is increasingly being used as an alternative to ivory.

Seeking solace in wake of the Westminster attack

 Al Jazeera English - 23 March 2017, 00:11 UTC

A deadly attack in the iconic heart of London leaves Britons and tourists alike deeply shocked.

Missing student's dad: Suspect told my daughter he was CIA

 CNN US News - 22 March 2017, 22:40 UTC

Tad Cummins' resume says he's been a respiratory therapist, a percussionist in several bands and, most recently, a Tennessee high school health sciences teacher.

London attack: World leaders show solidarity

 BBC World News - 22 March 2017, 22:38 UTC

France, Germany and the US send messages of solidarity after the deadly attack near parliament.

Will Trump seal the healthcare deal?

 BBC US and Canada - 22 March 2017, 22:01 UTC

Republicans are hoping to get their Obamacare replacement bill through the House. But do they have the votes?

UN condemns Sri Lanka over war probe

 Al Jazeera English - 22 March 2017, 21:51 UTC

UN rights chief suggests Colombo's persistent failure to investigate atrocities stems from fear of punishing soldiers.

US to focus on 'elimination' of ISIL by military force

 Al Jazeera English - 22 March 2017, 21:34 UTC

First meeting of international coalition since Trump's election held in Washington on the way forward in defeating ISIL.

Trump administration hosts first anti-ISIL meeting

 Al Jazeera English - 22 March 2017, 21:14 UTC

US hosts meeting of 68 countries working to defeat ISIL in Iraq and Syria.

Pakistan to meet Facebook over 'blasphemy' posts

 Al Jazeera English - 22 March 2017, 21:13 UTC

Blasphemy is punishable by death in Pakistan, but critics say it is being used to muzzle government critics.