Hillary Clinton criticised for emails in State Department
Kerry said that while he occasionally responded to people who emailed him on his personal account.
Obama extends 'deepest regrets' over Okinawa murder
The US president is here for the Group of Seven (G7) leaders' summit that is set to kick off Thursday.
Brussels Airport loses nearly 1.5mn passengers after March attacks
Despite the partial resumption of activity in April, passenger traffic at the airport fell by 46.5 percent.
Shake hands with female teachers or face fine, Muslim boys told
According to the department, if students refuse to shake hands, it means that they involve others 'in a religious act.'
Leaked IS documents to be used in French jihadist trial
Documents contain some 22,000 names of individuals linked to IS in 2013 and early 2014, the investigation source said.
Trump casts shadow over UN climate talks
The Paris Agreement is on track to enter into force in record time, possible before the end of this year.
Obama moves to soothe Japanese anger over death on Okinawa
The Hiroshima visit by Obama, who has a record of calling for global denuclearisation, has been well received in Japan.
US election: Official probe slams Clinton's private email use
Hillary's campaign has been dogged by criticism of her decision to conduct diplomatic business on a private email account.
UN anti-torture body halts Ukraine visit over 'obstruction'
Official visit by the United Nations Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture had been scheduled to run from May 19 to 26.
Pressure builds on IS with twin assaults in Syria, Iraq
Kurdish officials said the offensive in Raqa province would be a three-pronged assault, including from Ain Issa.
Obama says G7 Hiroshima trip to honour 'all' war dead
Tokyo said it was taking no chances in the wake of terror attacks that struck Paris and Brussels in recent months.
Sudan accuses UN official of 'false' reports on displaced
Ghandour said Sudan had previously regularly renewed Freijsen's permit since he arrived in 2014.
US adds two Pakistan-based groups to terror blacklist
Washington blames the JDQ for the 2010 kidnapping of British aid worker Linda Norgrove in Afghanistan.
Pope prays to 'convert hearts' of IS jihadists
More than 300 people were wounded in the attacks on strongholds of President Bashar al-Assad's regime.
Egypt quashes jail terms for 47 protesters
The deal to hand over the islands in the Straits of Tiran had galvanised dissidents who oppose the former army chief.
Greek police evacuate more of squalid migrant camp
Around 100 migrants refused to enter the new centres and headed off by foot to downtown Thessaloniki.
Kenya arrests two over 'IS' bomb plot
Kenyan police said they had arrested two suspected members of an Islamic State affiliate plotting bomb attacks.
Taliban name Islamic scholar Haibatullah as Mansour successor
According to Tolo news, the Afghan government hoped that the new Taliban leader would join the peace process.
Lankan Cabinet Decides To Set up Office of Missing Persons
A vast majority of the 20,000 cases of forced disappearance are still unresolved in Sri Lanka.
Is Wigneswaran Planning To Break Away From TNA To Form Radical Tamil Party?
The leadership of the TNA may allow this to happen as he has become an embarrassment and a thorn on their side.
Taliban bomber hits court minibus in Kabul, killing 11
A suicide bomber targeted a minibus carrying court employees in Kabul during morning rush hour today, killing 11 people.
UN says 50,000 civilians in Fallujah at risk
U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said Monday "it's important that they have some safe corridors that they could use."
In swing state suburbs, white women are skeptical of Trump
Democrat Hillary Clinton's campaign sees that staggering figure as a tantalizing general election opening.
Ukrainian pilot freed due to mercy: Putin
The Russian President says in televised comments that he has decided to pardon Ukrainian pilot Nadezda Savchenko.
Wind, snow hamper searching, retrieval of bodies on Everest
Most climbers have finished their attempts to reach the summit, but those still trying were having problems.

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