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Not In My Name: Indians protest attacks on Muslims

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 20:16 UTC

Demonstrators stage silent protests in at least 10 Indian cities against wave of attacks on Muslims by 'cow vigilantes'.

Nicolas Maduro puts Venezuela's army on alert

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 19:33 UTC

Venezuela's leader vows 'to defend peace' as he brands a grenade helicopter attack on the Supreme Court as coup attempt.

Trump optimistic about healthcare bill's fate

 BBC US and Canada - 28 June 2017, 19:11 UTC

The president says he thinks the Senate plan will "get over the line" and get the votes needed to pass.

Opinion: Greg Gianforte should not get a free pass

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 19:00 UTC

We shouldn't forget about Rep. Greg Gianforte. The newest congressman's guilty plea this month in a Montana court on charges of misdemeanor assault -- resulting in sentence of no jail time -- and his $50,000 donation to a press freedom organization (Gianforte is worth north of $300 million) may satisfy the courts and even the reporter he victimized, but congressional representatives and the American people should not let him off so easily.

Barack Obama and family enjoy Indonesia holiday

 BBC US and Canada - 28 June 2017, 18:53 UTC

Former US president's visit receives saturation coverage in Indonesia, where he lived as a child.

Migrant crisis: Italy threatens to shut ports

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 18:44 UTC

Foreign vessels may be blocked from landing, reports say, as Italy reaches "saturation point".

Canuck the crow's attacks halt Vancouver mail delivery

 BBC US and Canada - 28 June 2017, 18:39 UTC

Canuck the crow, who rose to infamy after crime-scene tampering, is now attacking postal workers.

Syria took US chemical attack warning seriously - Mattis

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 18:29 UTC

The White House had warned President Bashar al-Assad his military would "pay a very heavy price".

Migrants 'stuck in Saudi' as Qatari bosses forced out

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 18:28 UTC

Rights body says Asian workers employed by Qataris in the kingdom have been left without accommodation and money.

Flint airport stabbing suspect to remain in jail

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 18:26 UTC

A man accused of stabbing a police officer at a Michigan airport in what authorities are treating as a possible terror attack will remain in custody, a judge ruled Wednesday.

Timeline: Key moments in Venezuela's crisis

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 18:25 UTC

A chronology of key events that have led to Venezuela's political unrest.

Hong Kong anniversary: Pro-democracy protesters arrested

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 18:03 UTC

At a symbolic monument to Hong Kong rejoining China, protesters called for greater democracy.

Qatar to hire Swiss lawyers to sue Gulf blockade states

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 17:41 UTC

Rights body says Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain are 'responsible to compensate' those hit by the anti-Qatar measures.

Cilizza: Faking a Time cover is the most Trump thing ever

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 17:34 UTC

There's a Time magazine cover photo featuring Donald Trump hanging in at least five of his golf clubs. The only problem, according to the Washington Post's David Fahrenthold, is that no such cover exists. As in, Trump (or someone close to him) created the cover out of whole cloth.

One crazy day

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 17:25 UTC

From alleged power grabs to helicopter attacks, a lot can happen in a Venezuelan 24 hours.

Venezuela crisis: Hunt for pilot after attack on Supreme Court

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 17:22 UTC

The president puts the military on alert after a "terrorist" helicopter attack on the Supreme Court.

Trump: 'A little more time' on health care

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 17:20 UTC

President Donald Trump struck a cautiously optimistic tone Wednesday, the day after Senate Republican leaders scuttled plans for a vote on health care reform this week in the face of stiff resistance from within the party's own ranks.

Ten Commandments monument unveiled -- destroyed hours later

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 17:20 UTC

The newly unveiled Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the Arkansas state Capitol was knocked over early Wednesday, less than 24 hours after it was erected, a state government official told CNN.

'Good Samaritan' beaten, mistaken for a kidnapper

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 17:14 UTC

A Florida police department is warning people of the dangers of spreading false information after a good Samaritan was mistaken for a kidnapper and had his name and picture spread across Facebook.

Newly erected Arkansas Ten Commandments monument destroyed

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 17:05 UTC

The granite slab was struck by a car less than 24 hours after it was unveiled.

Ten Commandments monument destroyed

 BBC US and Canada - 28 June 2017, 17:05 UTC

The granite slab was struck by a car less than 24 hours after it was unveiled.

Man gets life for murder of toddler found in trash bag

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 17:04 UTC

Michael McCarthy was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison with parole eligibility in 20 years for the murder of Bella Bond, the 2-year-old girl whose body was found in a trash bag near Boston two years ago.

Rep. Chaffetz swaps House seat for Fox News gig

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 16:49 UTC

Brexit 'will blow hole in budget', EU commissioner warns

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 16:46 UTC

Not only is the UK leaving but the EU also has pressing new spending demands, a commissioner warns.

Musician with ALS faces next challenge: healthcare reform

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 16:39 UTC

On Monday, Jason Becker, a musician with ALS who was once a virtuosic guitarist, took to Facebook to speak out against the Senate health care bill.

As ISIL's 'caliphate' crumbles, its ideology remains

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 16:27 UTC

Analysts say the end of the self-proclaimed caliphate's territorial rule 'does not mean the end of ISIL'.

Trump to attend Bastille Day celebrations in France

 BBC US and Canada - 28 June 2017, 16:10 UTC

Mr Trump will again meet Emmanuel Macron, who accused him of a "not innocent" handshake last month.

Bernie Sanders slams 'pathetic' fraud claim against his wife

 BBC US and Canada - 28 June 2017, 16:08 UTC

The Vermont senator says claims his wife lied in a loan application are politically motivated.

Police among six charged over 1989 Hillsborough crush

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 16:01 UTC

Twenty-eight years on, prosecutors say there is 'sufficient evidence to charge six individuals with criminal offences'.

Two workers struck and killed by Amtrak train

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 15:58 UTC

Amtrak service resumed Wednesday morning between Washington DC and Philadelphia after two CSX employees were struck and killed by an Amtrak train shortly before midnight near Washington's Union Station, the train service and railroad company said.

Japanese airline forces disabled man to crawl aboard

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 15:37 UTC

The Japanese man, paralysed below the waist, had to pull himself aboard without assistance.

How Android managed to beat the iPhone

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 15:12 UTC

Ten years ago this week, Apple's first iPhone went on sale. Fifteen months after that, Google crashed the party.

Saudis complain at fake Israel plane picture

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 14:52 UTC

Social media images of a Saudi Arabian plane at Israel's main airport are fake.

Hamas creates no-go security zone on border with Egypt

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 14:39 UTC

Closed military zone building is part of deal with Egypt to boost security, Gaza's security official says.

Yes, you can actually get a live lobster through airport security

 CNN US News - 28 June 2017, 14:27 UTC

The claws came out for a security screening.

Albania: The good news and the bad news

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 14:22 UTC

Will Albania descend into chaos as Macedonia did?

FBI find car linked to kidnapped Chinese student Yingying Zhang

 BBC US and Canada - 28 June 2017, 14:21 UTC

The Astra that Yingying Zhang was seen entering on the day of her disappearance has been recovered.

Yemen: 'World's worst cholera outbreak' mapped

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 14:14 UTC

A look at where the worst-hit areas are located in the war-torn country.

Qatar-Gulf crisis: All the latest updates - Week 1

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 14:10 UTC

The latest news after some of the Gulf states and Egypt cut ties with Qatar and imposed a land, sea and air blockade.

#NotInMyName: Indians protest against 'beef lynching'

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 14:07 UTC

An anguished Facebook post over rising attacks on Muslims and Dalits galvanises people in 16 cities.

Qatar-Gulf crisis: All the latest updates - Week 2

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 14:06 UTC

News updates after some of the Gulf states and Egypt cut ties with Qatar and imposed a land, sea and air blockade.

Pope Francis: Suicide bombers are not 'martyrs'

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 13:44 UTC

The pontiff says true martyrs do not harm others as he addresses frequent attacks against Christian minorities.

Resisting injustice: Hunger strikes in US and Palestine

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 13:44 UTC

As long as there is unjust incarceration in the US and Israel, there will be hunger strikes of resistance.

Major cyberattack sweeps globe, cripples computers

 Al Jazeera English - 28 June 2017, 13:35 UTC

Malicious software paralyses thousands of business around the world and shut downs government agencies.

Lobster luggage

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 13:34 UTC

A lobster in a passenger's bag is the latest of a long list of odd luggage items found at airports.

Sarah Palin sues New York Times for defamation

 BBC US and Canada - 28 June 2017, 13:29 UTC

The lawsuit argues the newspaper editorial "maliciously" claimed Sarah Palin incited murder.

Thai police called in to take on village's female ghost

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 13:20 UTC

A village in Thailand wants police to prevent a panic after several incidents have been blamed on a ghost

Tax software blamed for cyber-attack spread

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 13:09 UTC

Was the cyber-attack that hit countries around the world sourced in malware-laden tax software?

Syria war: 'Cluster bombs' dropped on IS-held village

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 12:39 UTC

Activists say children were among at least 15 civilians killed in the raid by an unidentified jet.

China woman faints after breaking jade bracelet in jewellery shop

 BBC World News - 28 June 2017, 12:26 UTC

The Chinese tourist dropped the bracelet in her haste to take it off after learning its price.