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US praises Saudi decision to free Khashoggi’s son

The son of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Salah, arrived in the United States after Saudi Arabia lifted a travel ban. A State Department spokesman said...

14 kindergarten children injured in Chinese knife attack

At least 14 children have been injured in a knife attack at kindergarten in Chongqing, in south-west China. Police say a 39-year-old woman carrying a...

Mail bomb investigators check Florida leads

The FBI has searched a mail facility near Miami, as investigators try to find who is behind a series of suspected explosive packages. Devices have...

Khashoggi’s death: US meets Saudi crown prince despite criticism

A senior US official has held talks with Saudi Arabia's crown prince in Riyadh, despite growing concern over the Saudis' role in the murder...

China opens longest sea-crossing bridge

Chinese President Xi Jinping has officially opened the world's longest sea crossing bridge, nine years after construction first began. Including its access roads, the bridge...

Polls close in Afghanistan’s long-delayed parliamentary elections

Polls have closed in Afghanistan's long-awaited parliamentary elections, with large numbers of voters defying deadly attacks to cast their ballots. Most polling stations in the...

Jamal Khashoggi death: Saudi Arabia says journalist was murdered

Saudi Arabia says that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered, blaming a "rogue operation" for a killing that has sparked an international outcry. Foreign Minister Adel...

Australia sexual abuse: National apology delivered to victims

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has given a National apology to victims of child sexual abuse. Hundreds of people gathered in Canberra on Monday to...

Thousands march to support Independence vote in Taiwan

Thousands of people have rallied in Taiwan's capital to call for a referendum on independence, in thefirst major protest calling for a popular vote...

Deadly suicide bomber strikes polling station in Afghan capital

A suicide bomber blew himself up in the Afghan capital, killing at least 15 people as voting concluded in parliamentary elections that were overshadowed...
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