MPs continue to consider withdrawal agreement on day Britain was supposed to leave the EU
Voting in House of Commons continues on what would have been ‘Brexit Day’
Brexit discussions continue in UK Parliament
MPs will vote on a withdrawal agreement later today
AK party suffers major defeat in Turkey local elections
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that he accepts the verdict of voters
Turkey's president accepts large losses in local elections
The main opposition candidate is claiming victory in the country's biggest city Istanbul
South Africa calls diplomats to discuss xenophobic attacks
Three people died during protests targeting shops, many of which are foreign-owned
UK Prime Minister May renews efforts to push ahead with her EU deal
MP's have been unable to agree on any of the alternatives to Mrs May's original deal
UK MP's to hold more indicative votes to resolve Brexit deadlock
This is the fourth vote on Mrs May's deal
Turkey local elections: President Erdogan's party loses Ankara
But both his party and the opposition claimed to have won the mayoralty of Istanbul
UK members of parliament fail to agree on Brexit proposals
They were unable to find a consensus for the way forward after a series of votes
Brexit proposals fail to find a majority in House of Commons vote
MPs voted on four motions for leaving the European Union
Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika announces his resignation date
The news comes after weeks of mass protests demanding that he stand down
EU say there's one last chance to break the Brexit deadlock
UK parliamentarians again failed to agree on an alternative exit strategy
Rebuilding Mosul after the end of the Islamic State
IS were chased out of Iraq's second city in December 2017
EU prepared for no deal Brexit
The UK is due to leave on 12 April but could seek an extension.
Algeria’s Bouteflika resigns
People have been celebrating the decision
UK Prime Minister to seek another Brexit extension
Theresa May wants to work on a plan with the opposition Labour Party
Algerians celebrate Bouteflika’s resignation
The ailing leader bows to street protests
Malaysia: former Prime Minister Najib Razak goes on trial
He is accused of stealing hundreds of millions of dollars
Sharia law comes into force in Brunei
People convicted of adultery and homosexuality could be stoned
UK Prime Minister’s new Brexit plan criticised by Conservative party
Ms May wants to work on a Brexit deal with the opposition Labour Party
UK MPs back Brexit delay bill by one vote
It will be up to the EU to decide whether to grant any extension
Brexit: MPs back delay bill by one vote
The government says it's "disappointed" that MP's backed the bill
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta to give State of the Nation speech
His speech will set out government's intentions for the coming year
British MP's back Brexit delay bill in close vote
It comes as talks between government negotiators and the opposition are set to continue
British MPs back Brexit delay bill by one vote
The EU would still have to agree to grant an extension
A plan forcing Theresa May to seek a further delay to Brexit has been approved by MPs
Currently, Brexit is scheduled to happen on 12 April
Mental health tests for NZ attack suspect
The suspect faces 50 murder charges and 39 attempted murder charges
US revokes visa of war crimes court prosecutor
US personnel in Afghanistan are being investigated by the ICC
Anti-government protests continue in Sudan
We meet some of the women fighting for a different future in Sudan
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has had her US visa revoked
South Korean army deployed to extinguish wildfires
The blaze has destroyed several hundred buildings
Fighting near Libyan capital leads to 21 dead
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Tripoli fighting continues despite call for ceasefire
21 dead in fighting near Tripoli
US homeland security chief resigns
Security forces attempt to disperse Sudan protests
Clashes among security forces at Sudan sit-in
US labels Iran’s guards force as terrorist
Israel heads to the polls
Protests continue overnight in Khartoum
Israel election: PM Netanyahu seeks record fifth term
Israel votes in close-fought election
Hong Kong 'Umbrella' activists found guilty
Gantz and Netanyahu claim victory in Israel elections
‘No clear winner’ in Israel elections
Sudan police order officers not to intervene in protests
British PM to make Brexit delay plea at EU summit
Brexit delay: EU to hear UK's extension plea
European Union leaders hold an emergency summit on Brexit.
EU agrees to another Brexit delay
The UK has six months to leave the European Union
Traffic pollution linked to child asthma
Millions of children around the world develop the condition every year
General election starts in India
900 million people are eligible to vote
EU leaders agree to another Brexit delay
Sudan’s military set to make an announcement
Protesters have been demanding President Al Bashir to step down
Brexit delayed by six months
The decision comes after emergency talks in Brussels
Sudanese protesters defy military curfew
They've spent the night on the streets of Khartoum
Sudanese protesters defy the military
They’ve taken to the streets of Khartoum, despite a night time curfew.
Protests continue in Sudan
Demonstrators have been defying the new military rulers
Protesters defy the new military rulers in Sudan
They demonstrated in Khartoum despite a night curfew
Sudanese defy the country’s military council
Protesters demonstrated in Khartoum despite a night curfew
Sudanese protesters call for a civilian government
Sudan arrests former government members
The military council says it will approve a prime minister of the opposition's choosing
Tiger Woods celebrates major win
The golf star has won the Masters title at Augusta, his first major triumph in 11 years.
Thousands are taking part in a sit-in outside Sudan's army headquarters
What next for Sudan?
Protestors are calling for the transitional military council to hand over to civilians
Sudanese call for handover to civilian power
Sudan's military council under pressure
Thousands are taking part in a sit-in asking for a handover to civilian rule
Notre Dame Cathedral fire
One of the world's architectural wonders, the Cathedral of Notre Dame, is on fire.
Notre Dame Cathedral blaze
Huge fire devastates Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
Massive fire ravages Notre Dame Cathedral
Major operation continues overnight at Paris' iconic Gothic building.
"We will rebuild Notre Dame," says Macron
Firefighters say the blaze that devastated the Cathedral of Notre Dame is under control.
Macron vows to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre Dame fire under control
The fire that's devastated Notre Dame is now under control.
Indonesia election: Millions vote in 'identity-defining' poll
The Indonesian elections, held across a vast archipelago, are a huge logistical challenge
Trump blocks Congress move that would have ended US participation in Yemen
Trump described the resolution as a dangerous attempt to weaken his constitutional powers
Trump vetoes bill to end US Yemen war role
The president vetoed a bill that would have ended US support for the Saudi-led coalition
Yemen war: Trump vetoes bill to end US support for Saudi-led coalition
It is only the second time Mr Trump has used his presidential veto
Yemen has been devastated by a conflict that escalated in March 2015
Most of the civilian deaths in Yemen attributed to air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition
North Korea claims test of ‘new weapon’
North Korea ‘tests new tactical guided weapon’
Sudan ex-president moved to prison
Kim Jong-un 'oversees test of new weapon'
What does North Korea's weapon test mean for US talks?
North Korea claims to test 'new weapon'
Long awaited Mueller report published
Is this the end of the investigations into Trump?
Mali: PM and entire government resigns
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Many dead in Sri Lanka attack
More than 200 people have been killed in bomb explosions in Sri Lanka.