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Nigerian militia releases 894 children
Nigerian pro-government militia releases 894 children recruited to fight Boko Haram.
US sends missile system and ship to Gulf
US says its not seeking conflict with Iran but ready to defend its interests in the Gulf
Gunmen attack luxury hotel in Pakistan
Three gunmen have stormed a luxury hotel in Pakistan, killing at least one person.
Are politicians back-sliding on climate change?
UN Secretary General warns the political will to tackle global warming is fading
Yemen rebel pull-out 'going to plan'
UN says a Houthi rebel withdrawal from key ports in Yemen is proceeding according to plan
Saudi oil tankers 'sabotaged' in the Gulf
Two Saudi oil tankers were the targets of a "sabotage attack" off the UAE
China hits back in US trade war
Beijing responds to new US tariffs with $60bn of its own
WhatsApp discovers 'targeted' surveillance attack
WhatsApp has 1.5bn users, but it believes the attacks were highly-targeted
WhatsApp targeted by hackers
WhatsApp is urging its users to update their app after it discovered a security breach.
Sudan: Military and opposition agree three-year transition
Protesters' demands for full civilian government have remained undimmed
"We are not agents of Iran" says Yemen's Houthi leader
Houthi rebel leader denies attack on Saudi pipeline was carried out on Iranian orders
Trump declares emergency over IT threats
The move bans foreign telecoms firms believed to pose a risk to US national security
International cyber-crime gang dismantled
An international crime gang which used malware to steal $100m has been dismantled
Deadly swine fever spreads in China
Deadly and contagious African swine fever spreads to Hong Kong from the Chinese mainland
UK cross-party Brexit talks collapse
Talks aimed at breaking the Brexit impasse have ended without an agreement
Australian Election: Prime Minister Looks Set to Retain Power
Australian PM Scott Morrison appears certain to retain power in close election
Austrian Chancellor calls for snap elections
Corruption scandal leads to snap elections in Austria
Voting in India's election draws to a close
Voting has closed in India in an election being seen as a referendum on Narendra Modi
Indian election ends
Exit polls suggest Modi re-elected
Google ends cooperation with Huawei
Google say new designs of Huawei smartphones are set to lose access to some Google apps
Palestinians boycott US-led economic conference in Bahrain
Palestinians say they won't attend a US-led economic conference in Bahrain
Palestinians boycott US-led economic conference
Austrian F1 star Niki Lauda dies at 70
Legendary Austrian F1 driver, Niki Lauda, is remembered by fellow drivers
UK legal challenge to police facial recognition
A British man says the police use of automated facial recognition breaches human rights.
American Chamber of Commerce in China speaks out in trade war
American Chamber of Commerce in China speaks out in trade war.
UN votes for end to UK control of Chagos Islands
UN passes resolution demanding that UK cede control of Indian Ocean islands
India election results 2019: Narendra Modi secures landslide win
Many viewed the election as a referendum on Mr Modi who also won in 2014
Modi takes sweeping victory in India elections
Narendra Modi will serve as prime minister for five more years
Theresa May to resign as prime minister
Theresa May has said she will quit as Conservative leader on 7 June
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