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Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa performs Haka

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 10:56 UTC

Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa performs a Haka to support a New Zealand MMA fighter.

Somalia's al-Shabab stones man to death for adultery

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 10:52 UTC

A man with two wives is killed by militants after an Islamic court found him guilty of adultery.

Sri Lanka races to rescue flood victims as toll rises

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 10:49 UTC

At least 164 killed as rescuers rush to evacuate people marooned by floods and mudslides before rains resume on Monday.

How the war changed Ramadan in Baghdad

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 10:24 UTC

Mohamed al-Azawi and his wife describe how Ramadan traditions have been affected by the ongoing conflict in Iraq.

Philippines: Hundreds trapped in battle for Marawi

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 10:04 UTC

Philippine army makes gains as alarm grows over fate of up to 2,000 people stranded amid street battles and air strikes.

Shark injures Australian fisherman on board boat

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 09:54 UTC

Australian fisherman Terry Selwood recounts the moment when a 200kg (440lb) great white shark leapt into his boat, knocking him over and lacerating his arm.

France's Macron set for 'tough' talks with Putin near Paris

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 09:46 UTC

The French and Russian presidents will hold their first talks in palatial Versailles.

Warplanes carry out new strikes on Libya's Derna

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 09:23 UTC

Fresh strikes come days after Egypt attacked camps in city of Derna, in response to killing of Egyptian Christians.

Refugees and Germans come together for 'Meet n' Eat'

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 09:11 UTC

For more than a year, refugees and Germans have met up each week in an east Berlin neighbourhood to cook together.

Four fans killed in stampede at game in Honduras

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 08:35 UTC

At least four people are reported to have died and many others been injured in a stampede at a game in Honduras.

Merkel is told: You can depend on UK

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 08:19 UTC

The home secretary wants to "reassure Mrs Merkel that we want to have a deep and special partnership".

Nearly $1m raised for victims of Jeremy Christian

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 08:19 UTC

Muslims among those raising funds as solidarity soars, but fears simmer over planned 'anti-Sharia' march after attack.

Portland attack eyewitness: 'Let's call this a terrorist attack'

 BBC US and Canada - 29 May 2017, 08:06 UTC

Portland attack eyewitness Michael Kennedy says the train stabbing was an act of terrorism.

Libya and the Manchester connection

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 07:27 UTC

There is a link between the woeful Manchester attack and the dubious methods the UK used to help Libyans topple Gaddafi.

Race to rescue Sri Lanka flood victims as toll rises

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 07:01 UTC

Rescuers rush to evacuate people marooned by floods before rains resume on Monday, as death toll rises to 164.

Australian man injured after shark jumps into boat

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 06:46 UTC

The Australian fisherman lost "a fair amount of blood" after being hit by the 200kg (440lb) shark.

'Lame duck'

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 06:42 UTC

The BBC's Katy Watson reports on the growing demands in Brazil for President Michel Temer to resign.

Japan to take action with US after N Korea missile test

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 05:45 UTC

Prime Minister Abe says Japan 'will take concrete action with the US' after Scud missile crashes into Japanese waters.

Is the UK doing enough to investigate child abuse?

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 05:06 UTC

We ask child abuse survivors what they think of the various investigations into historical child abuse in the UK.

Manchester attack: Hundreds queue for bee tattoos

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 04:18 UTC

Tattoo studios are offering worker bee inkings with the proceeds going to Manchester attack victims.

Jared Kushner defended by Trump amid 'secret Russia line' questions

 BBC US and Canada - 29 May 2017, 04:16 UTC

Donald Trump calls his son-in-law a 'good person' after reports he discussed a secret Russia line.

Three held over India molestation video

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 03:59 UTC

Police say the men were part of a group which groped and abused two women and filmed the incident.

North Korea fires missile in third test in three weeks

 Al Jazeera English - 29 May 2017, 03:49 UTC

Short-range ballistic Scud missile landed in the Sea of Japan and was the third successful test in as many weeks.

Kyrgyzstan president shows off his musical skills

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 03:02 UTC

And he's not the only leader with musical talents...

N Korea fires Scud missile into sea, its third test in three weeks

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 01:35 UTC

Observers say it indicates Pyongyang is making progress towards missiles capable of carrying warheads.

Paul Pogba, world's most expensive footballer, visits Mecca

 BBC World News - 29 May 2017, 00:48 UTC

Manchester United's Paul Pogba has shared a picture of himself in Islam's holiest city.

Who has faced the Donald Trump handshake and won?

 BBC US and Canada - 28 May 2017, 23:35 UTC

The US president's hand contact with world leaders has been closely watched.

Skin fade

 BBC World News - 28 May 2017, 23:28 UTC

When BBC correspondent Secunder Kermani wanted a haircut in Pakistan he decided to head for the city known as Little England.

Shaking up school

 BBC World News - 28 May 2017, 23:17 UTC

Finland is an education success story, so is it right to move away from old-style lessons?

Innocence lost

 BBC World News - 28 May 2017, 23:07 UTC

Artwork by children in the region depicts childhoods ruined by the violence of adults.

Silent world

 BBC World News - 28 May 2017, 23:00 UTC

Photographing the shrines along the route of a traditional Buddhist pilgrimage.

Duped by spies?

 BBC World News - 28 May 2017, 22:50 UTC

The women accused of killing Kim Jong-nam could face the death penalty, but who are they?

Paris mayor may ban black feminist Nyansapo festival

 BBC World News - 28 May 2017, 22:26 UTC

The majority of the events at the Nyansapo Festival will be open only to black women.

Portland attack: $600,000 raised for 'heroes' killed defending Muslim teen

 BBC US and Canada - 28 May 2017, 22:03 UTC

Tributes have continued to pour in for the men who died defending a Muslim teenager on Friday.

US 'might' expand laptop ban to all flights

 Al Jazeera English - 28 May 2017, 21:10 UTC

Laptop ban on all flights into and out of US could be part of a new security measure, Homeland Security Secretary says.

Philippines calls off peace talks with Communist rebels

 Al Jazeera English - 28 May 2017, 21:05 UTC

Negotiations broke down over rebel order for fighters to step up attacks amid violence and martial law in the south.

When will Mosul be liberated?

 Al Jazeera English - 28 May 2017, 19:10 UTC

The Iraqi army has launched an offensive to recapture the remaining enclaves still held by ISIL.

Cannes Film Festival: The Square wins Palme d'Or

 BBC World News - 28 May 2017, 18:26 UTC

The Palme d'Or is awarded to an art world satire starring Dominic West and Elisabeth Moss.

Merkel says EU cannot 'fully' rely on the US or UK

 Al Jazeera English - 28 May 2017, 18:13 UTC

'We Europeans must really take our destiny into our own hands' says the German chancellor, the day after a G7 summit.

Egypt blocks financial newspaper website

 Al Jazeera English - 28 May 2017, 18:08 UTC

Access to prominent financial newspaper, Al-Boursa, denied days after 21 other sites were blocked by authorities.

Mississippi shooting rampage leaves eight dead

 Al Jazeera English - 28 May 2017, 17:20 UTC

A suspect was arrested after shootings at three homes that apparently followed a dispute with his wife and in-laws.

Harambe: A year from gorilla death which sparked numerous memes

 BBC US and Canada - 28 May 2017, 16:35 UTC

Social media users target Cincinnati Zoo on the anniversary of Harambe's killing.

Morocco: Al-Hoceima remains tense over protest arrests

 Al Jazeera English - 28 May 2017, 16:35 UTC

Rif city of Al-Hoceima remains tense after police detain 20 demonstrators and issue arrest warrant for protest leader.

Portland stabbing victims: They stood up to hate

 CNN US News - 28 May 2017, 16:05 UTC

Dozens gathered Saturday around a circle of flowers and photos to honor a recent college graduate and an Army veteran who were fatally stabbed on a Portland commuter train.

US might extend cabin laptop ban worldwide, top official says

 BBC US and Canada - 28 May 2017, 16:03 UTC

Security chief John Kelly says terrorists are obsessed with the idea of attacking a US plane.

Disabled North Korean musicians showcase talent on UK tour

 BBC World News - 28 May 2017, 15:56 UTC

The musicians, singers and dancers were given permission by their government to travel to the UK.

Merkel: Europe 'can no longer rely on allies' after Trump and Brexit

 BBC World News - 28 May 2017, 15:56 UTC

The German chancellor says Europe must "fight for its own destiny" at an election campaign event.

Palestinian judge bans divorce during Ramadan

 Al Jazeera English - 28 May 2017, 15:01 UTC

Judge says fasting and ban on cigarettes tend to lead to frayed tempers and sharp tongues that are later regretted.

US Mississippi shooting leaves eight dead

 BBC US and Canada - 28 May 2017, 14:56 UTC

Shots were fired in three separate locations, and a deputy sheriff is among those killed.

India imposes Ramadan curfew in Kashmir after violence

 Al Jazeera English - 28 May 2017, 14:56 UTC

Security lock-down ahead of commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat's funeral cripples life in Kashmir on first day of Ramadan.