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Canada election: Trudeau's Liberals win but lose majority
A narrow win for Justin Trudeau means he'll now be PM of a minority government
Brexit deal "in limbo" as MPs reject timetable
Defeat for British PM means Brexit unlikely to be done by the end of October.
39 dead bodies found in UK lorry
Police in Essex in the southeast of the country were called to an industrial park
Trump lifts sanctions on Turkey over Syria assault
President Trump says he will lift sanctions on Turkey but no apology to the Kurds.
UK Police: 39 found dead in truck are Chinese nationals
The bodies left in a refrigerated trailer in southeast England were Chinese, say police
US Vice-President launches a scathing attack on China
Mike Pence accused Beijing of military posturing against its neighbours
Boeing 737 Lion Air crash caused by series of failures
Investigators said faults by Boeing, Lion Air and pilots caused the crash landing
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Mueller report: Criminal probe into Russia inquiry begins
US Justice Department launches criminal investigation into origins of Mueller inquiry
New evacuations and power cuts as wild fires hit California
Fifty-thousand more people ordered to leave their homes which are threatened by the fires
President Trump confirms death of IS leader
The US says the Islamic State leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has blown himself up
EU approves another Brexit extension
The UK now has until 31st January meaning Britain will not leave as planned on Thursday
Boris Johnson fails to trigger general election
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has failed to secure support for a general election.
Heavy casualties in overnight protests in Kerbala.
Protests in Baghdad - and reports of deaths in the Shi'ite holy city of Kerbala.
British MPs vote to hold a general election on 12th December
Lawmakers are hopeful a new parliament can break the Brexit deadlock
Talks start on new Syria Constitution.
After years of civil war, fresh efforts to kick start Syrian peace talks.
Social media giant Twitter to ban all political adverts
Twitter announces a ban on all political ads as Britain prepares for a general election.
Pakistan train fire kills dozens
More than 70 passengers have died in Pakistan's worst rail disaster in over a decade
US House endorses impeachment inquiry into President Trump
The US House of Representatives has endorsed an impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
Five million face masks handed out in Delhi
Toxic air pollution forces schools to shut their doors in the Indian capital
Progress reported in stalled Trade Talks
The White House raises hopes of a deal to end the US - China trade war.
Deadly car bomb in Turkish controlled border town.
At least thirteen people killed in bomb explosion in a town on Syria-Turkey border.
Huge anti-government protests in Lebanon, despite appeals for unity.
Lebanese President calls for unity but anti-government protesters remain defiant.
Delhi air quality: Judges accuse authorities of 'passing the buck'
The Supreme Court said authorities were only interested in "gimmicks", not concrete plans
Recalled US ambassador felt 'threatened by Trump'
Democrats have released the first transcripts from closed-door testimony
Iran rolls back another nuclear deal commitment
Iran will begin enriching uranium again at its underground Fordo facility
Trump envoy revises testimony on Ukraine aid
The US envoy previously denied any politically motivated aid freeze
Tourists stabbed at popular Jordanian site
Four tourists and four Jordanians have been wounded in the attack in Jerash.
Trump impeachment: Public hearings start next week
Public hearings scheduled in an inquiry that may seek to remove Donald Trump from office
Iran cancels accreditation of IAEA nuclear inspector
Teheran says inspector triggered an alarm at gate to a uranium-enrichment plant
Judge orders President Trump to pay $2m for charity fund misuse
The Trump Foundation illegally used cash raised for veterans to fund election campaign
Hong Kong: Student's death leads to fresh protests
Student Alex Chow has died after being injured during pro-democracy protests on Monday
Brazil's ex-President Lula released from jail
Supporters met him outside the prison where he had been held on corruption charges
"No wall too high to be broken down" says German Chancellor
Germany celebrates 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Bolivian president resigns after protests
Evo Morales quit following his disputed re-election last month
Two people critical after Hong Kong day of chaos
A pro-Beijing supporter was doused in flammable liquid
Bolivia’s ex-president offered asylum in Mexico
Bolivia crisis: Ex-President Morales offered asylum in Mexico
Flare-up as Israel kills top Palestinian militant
Baha Abu al-Ata died when a missile hit his home
Bolivian leader arrives in Mexico for asylum
Attempts to choose an interim leader to replace Evo Morales are thrown into confusion
Hong Kong: police warn of total law and order breakdown
Parts of the territory are paralysed for a third weekday in a row due to street battles
Trump calls impeachment hearings 'a joke'
The hearings heard he cared about Ukraine investigating his rival, not Ukraine itself
Gaza: Rockets fired at Israel after ceasefire starts
Palestinian militants in Gaza launch rockets towards Israel, hours after ceasefire begins
MH17 disaster: Phone-taps show 'Russia directed Ukraine rebels'
Inquiry into the downing of the flight believes Russian officials have ties to the attack
US: Ex-ambassador speaks at Trump impeachment inquiry
Second day of public hearings in impeachment inquiry into Mr. Trump
Trump accused of witness intimidation
The US president tweeted his contempt as Congress interviewed a key impeachment witness
Prince Andrew: exclusive BBC interview
He discusses his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, and denies underage sex claims
Fires blaze as Hong Kong police move on university
There are large fires at entrances to the Polytechnic University
Hong Kong Polytechnic University: Protesters arrested as they run from campus
Skirmishes continue between protestors and police in Hong Kong