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Sri Lanka attacks: Death toll revised down by 'about 100'
Sri Lanka now puts the toll at "about 253" as the health ministry blames a calculation error.
US election 2020: Joe Biden launches presidential bid, joining crowded field
The former vice-president declares his White House run with a rebuke of Donald Trump.
Cyclone Kenneth: East Africa residents brace for deadly storm
An intense tropical cyclone system is expected to bring hurricane-strength winds and heavy rain.
Tenerife cave: Son leads police to bodies of mother and brother
Police find the dead bodies of a German woman and her son, and arrest the father.
How much screen time should children be allowed?
New World Health Organization guidelines say under twos should not have any sedentary screen time.
James Bond 25: Rami Malek joins cast and Phoebe Waller-Bridge to co-write
The Oscar winner is confirmed for the unnamed new 007 film, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge will co-write.
IS conflict: Coalition strikes on Raqqa 'killed 1,600 civilians'
The US-led coalition must end its denial over the death toll, Amnesty International and Airwars say.
North Korea summit: Putin says Kim 'needs guarantees'
The meeting in Russia, the first for the two leaders, follows the collapse of Trump-Kim talks.
Antarctica: Thousands of emperor penguin chicks wiped out
The second largest emperor penguin colony in Antarctica disappears, satellite images show.
Patrick Shanahan, acting US defence secretary, 'did not favour' Boeing
Acting defence secretary Patrick Shanahan is cleared of trying to promote his former employer.
Unseen Clockwork Orange 'follow-up' by Anthony Burgess unearthed
An unfinished follow-up to Anthony Burgess's Clockwork Orange novel is unearthed in his archive.
Handsome Her: Australian vegan café to close after ‘man tax’ furore
The owners of an Australian cafe say they are closing after becoming the "punching bag of the internet".
Egypt Coptic monks sentenced to death for killing bishop
Two defrocked Coptic Christian monks carried out the murder in an Egyptian monastery in 2018.
Dallas TV star Ken Kercheval dies aged 83
'Supremely talented' Kercheval was best known for playing oil tycoon Cliff Barnes on the popular soap opera.
Yaba: The cheap synthetic drug convulsing a nation
Yaba, a mix of methamphetamine and caffeine, is wreaking havoc in Bangladesh, and hundreds of people have died in "crossfire" incidents involving police.
Prince William meets Christchurch attack survivors in New Zealand
The Duke of Cambridge speaks to those affected by the New Zealand mosque attacks, which left 50 dead.
Human milk ducts as you've never seen them before
The photo shared on Twitter surprised many and even shocked some.
Brazil's indigenous people: 'We fight for the right to exist'
Indigenous people protest in Brazil's capital against the policies of far-right President Bolsonaro.
'Always be kind' says man who invited widow to his table
Praise pours in for a diner who invited an elderly woman sitting alone to eat with his friends.
Muslim woman's picture with anti-Islam protesters goes viral
Shaymaa Ismaa’eel says she posed with anti-Islam protesters to 'combat their hate with a smile'.
Yahoo World News
The Venezuelan who’s feeding thousands of youths in his hungry country
This is Carucieña, an impoverished neighborhood in the city of Barquisimeto, the capital of the Venezuelan state of Lara. More than 200 miles away in Caracas there is a young man who is indirectly responsible for Wilbert’s display of enthusiasm: Roberto Patiño, a Harvard-educated Venezuelan. Mr. Patiño has set up more than 100 free dining halls around the country in the past three years to feed children who might otherwise starve.
What does the Mueller report prove? Depends on who you ask
Dear readers: It was pretty much a given that special counsel Robert Mueller’s account of his two-year investigation would be spun by partisans on both sides. Still, in the run-up to the report’s release, there was hope that the meticulously documented, 448-page tome would finally provide us with at least a common set of facts. That it might stand as an impartial, evidence-based delineation of Trump campaign officials’ awareness of and involvement in the Russian interference campaign during the 2016 election, as well as the president’s subsequent efforts to impede the investigation. Nope. ...
Death penalty with dignity? Supreme Court reopens debate
“Which shows you what a knucklehead I was,” says Dr. Maull, who was caught and convicted in 1985 and given the mandatory minimum sentence that altered his life. This aim to uphold the humanity and minimize the pain of those who have committed heinous acts is not a natural impulse for most people. But as a Buddhist spiritual adviser and a prisoners’ rights activist who founded the National Prison Hospice Association while serving his sentence, Dr. Maull sees this goal as springing from an important principle. This year, as a newly constituted Supreme Court has begun to readdress capital punishment, the tension between the principle of human dignity and the practical needs of justice has come into focus in a way the United States has not seen for decades, experts say.
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