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16:38 World
'Egg Boy' teen defends egging anti-Muslim Australian senator

Will Connolly gave his first television interview on Monday since becoming an online hero among many for cracking an egg on Sen.

16:16 World
Firebomb thrown at home of Greek deputy minister

Authorities detained four people on suspicion of involvement in Monday's attack outside the home of Pavlos Polakis. Three of them were later released, while one remained in custody for a separate issue, as he was found to be in the country illegally and was awaiting deportation.

16:16 World
Mueller finds no Trump-Russia conspiracy but some questions left unresolved

It marked a political victory for Trump. He quickly claimed “complete and total exoneration” while his Democratic opponents expressed dissatisfaction with the outcome and vowed to continue congressional probes into his business and personal dealings.

15:29 World
Kremlin, after Mueller report, says it's open to better U.S. ties

U.S. Attorney General William Barr said in a summary released on Sunday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller had found no evidence of collusion in his investigation, though had not determined whether Trump obstructed justice by undermining inquiries that have dogged his presidency.

14:26 World
Caravan of migrants in Mexico starts moving towards U.S.

The National Migration Institute said the migrants were already inside Mexico when they opted to form a caravan in the southern city of Tapachula on the border with Guatemala.

13:28 World
Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakyan chaired the Government’s meeting

While discussing questions on the agenda, the President gave appropriate instructions to the heads of concerned structures towards proper realization of the issues under discussion.
Source: Central information department of the office of the Artsakh Republic President

13:00 World
Huge fossil discovery made in China's Hubei province

The fossils are estimated to be about 518 million years old, and are particularly unusual because the soft body tissue of many creatures, including their skin, eyes, and internal organs, have been "exquisitely" well preserved.

12:43 World
Cyclone Veronica: Destructive winds and rain lash Australia

Despite no longer being expected to make landfall, the category two system is moving slowly and has prompted warnings for locals to remain indoors.

12:29 World
Larry Cohen, writer-director of 'It's alive' and 'Hell up in Harlem,' dies at 77

The older brother of late Hollywood publicist Ronni Chasen - she got her start promoting his early films -Cohen began his career by writing for television in the late 1950s, and he created the Chuck Connors-starring Branded for NBC and the cult sci-fi drama The Invaders, starring Roy Thinnes.

12:02 World
Night out at New York gay bar leaves Adele and Jennifer Lawrence in Pieces

Singer and actor delight Greenwich Village crowd with singing, dancing, schmoozing and game show hosted by drag queen.

11:38 World
Cyclone Idai death toll passes 750 with more than 110,000 now in camps

Devastated areas of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi brace for the spread of waterborne diseases such as cholera and malaria.

10:45 World
China to reduce government intervention in industrial sector

The government’s pledge to reduce its influence over operational matters in China’s manufacturing sector follows an apparent toning down of its high-tech industrial push, which has long annoyed the United States.

10:27 World
North Korean officials return to inter-Korean liaison office

A group of four to five officials showed up at the office earlier in the morning saying they came to work 'as usual,' the ministry said in a statement.

10:01 World
Theresa May has shown courage - but to seal her deal and deliver Brexit, she needs to resign

The Sun has supported Theresa May since before she became Prime Minister, but now she has lost the backing of much of the country and now her party.

18:38 World
Hundreds of thousands march in London to demand new Brexit referendum

After three years of tortuous debate, it is still uncertain how, when or even if Brexit will happen as May tries to plot a way out of the gravest political crisis in at least a generation.

17:45 World
More bodies under floodwater - UN

At least 417 people have now been declared dead in Mozambique, Land and Environment Minister Celso Correia has said.

17:00 World
Google regrets 'minor glitch' that sent Ghanaian currency plummeting

It fell to a record low against the dollar in February, according to Bloomberg, and has depreciated by 8.6% this year -- the most of more than 140 currencies tracked by the financial news agency.

16:38 World
Buy your own Italian paradise island from $1.1 million

The uninhabited oval-shaped island is part of a protected marine park that's now an elite scuba diving and snorkeling spot.

16:16 World
French yellow vest protests staged amid enhanced security

Authorities banned protests from the capital's Champs-Elysees avenue and central areas of several cities including Bordeaux, Toulouse, Marseille and Nice in the south, and Rouen in western France.

15:01 World
Police officer took 42 million yuan in bribes to change drivers’ traffic records

Officer Xiao, while policing traffic in the province’s capital city of Changsha, worked with agents to find drivers who wished to scrub their records to avoid fines and punishment, charging them for the service.

14:02 World
Two blasts kill 4 at Afghan stadium celebration

The blasts came during a Farmers Day celebration in the southern city that was attended by nearly 1,000 people.

13:43 World
Citi fires eight Hong Kong traders after review finds misconduct

Principal trade refers to a brokerage acting as the counterparty to settle deals with clients, instead of just broking a securities transaction between different parties.

13:00 World
Trump sparks confusion with tweet on North Korea-related sanctions

The tweet set off a firestorm in the administration, with aides rushing -- or waiting -- to understand what sanctions Trump was referring to and what the policy implications would be.

12:43 World
Dubai unveils plans for $2 billion tech-driven mega mall

Called Dubai Square, the $2 billion project in the Dubai Creek Harbour development will boast over 8 million square feet of retail space -- more than twice the size of Dubai Mall -- and will also be home to the Middle East's largest Chinatown.

12:29 World
Berlin police break up mass brawl

The fight broke out on Thursday evening on Alexanderplatz square in the German capital, police said, adding that nine people were arrested.

12:02 World
Global markets fall amid slowdown fears

The falls came after figures showed eurozone manufacturing growing at its weakest pace in five years in March.

11:38 World
Trump's Federal Reserve pick linked to indicted boyfriend of Russian agent

Stephen Moore created a controversial political group with Paul Erickson, who is charged with fraud and whose girlfriend, Maria Butina, pleaded guilty to infiltrating the conservative movement.

11:16 World
US disaster agency exposed private data of 2.3m hurricane and wildfire survivors

Report finds Fema unnecessarily shared personal information, including bank details, with outside contractor.

10:00 World
Country singer Justin Carter dies after accidental shooting on music video set

Carter, 35, died Saturday, the same week he had signed a management deal and released an independent single, 'Love Affair,' to digital services including iTunes and Spotify.

19:00 World
May hints she might pull her deal as ministers arrive at No10 for crisis talks and PM prepares to woo remainers over weekend at Chequers after Brussels gives her two-week 'flextension'

The Prime Minister has summoned cabinet ministers including Liam Fox, Philip Hammond and Stephen Barclay to No 10 for crisis talks as Tory Brexiteers said their 'isolated' leader should 'name a date' for her resignation after failing to deliver Brexit for March 29.

18:16 World
Netflix developing modern 'Three musketeers' movie with writer Harrison Query

Eric Newman and Bryan Unkeless' Screen Arcade and Scott Glassgold and his Ground Control Entertainment will be producing the feature project.

17:45 World
Guaidó aide faces terrorism charges

Mr Guaidó's chief of staff Roberto Marrero, 49, is accused of planning 'acts of sabotage' against officials.

17:34 World
Imane Fadil death: No radioactivity in 'bunga bunga' model

Investigators are trying to find out what led to the model's death, after prosecutors said there were "several anomalies" in her records.

17:00 World
Nokia shares dive on potential Alcatel-Lucent compliance issues

Shares were down 8.2 percent by 1127 GMT, on track for worst day since October 2017 and bottom of the pan-European STOXX 600 index.

16:38 World
Garuda Indonesia seeks to cancel order for 49 Boeing Max 8s

It is the first announcement of a cancellation since Boeing's new model aircraft were grounded following fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.

16:16 World
Tate galleries won't accept donations from Sackler family

The Tate says the Sackler family has given generously in the past but under 'the present circumstances we do not think it right to seek or accept further donations.'

15:45 World
Top oil firms spending millions lobbying to block climate change policies, says report

Ad campaigns hide investment in a huge expansion of oil and gas extraction, says InfluenceMap.

14:44 World
Twin cyclones force largest evacuation since Cyclone Tracey in 1974

Air evacuations in Northern Territory have been suspended and remaining residents are advised to seek shelter.

14:36 World
Dozens killed and hundreds injured in explosion at Chinese chemical plant

The blast in Yancheng north of Shanghai is the latest in a series of industrial accidents that have sparked public anger.

14:02 World
Explosion at Chinese chemical plant kills 47, injures 640

Survivors were taken to 16 hospitals with 640 people being treated for injuries. Thirty-two of them were critically injured, it said.

13:34 NKR
Artsakh Republic President B. Sahakyan met with the representatives of the 'Artsakh Small and Medium Entrepreneurship Development Association' NGO

to discuss diverse issues on the development of small and medium business in Artsakh. President Sahakyan spoke of the importance of enhancing the role of small and medium entrepreneurship for the development of the economy and holding such discussions. State minister Grigory Martirosyan and other officials took part at the meeting.
Source: Central information department of the office of the Artsakh Republic President

13:00 World
Everything you thought about 'The Scream' is wrong

If you thought the artwork showed a figure screaming, however, it turns out you may have misinterpreted Munch's work.

12:43 World
Scandal threatens to end the 'Korean Wave' and exposes culture of toxic masculinity

In the past month, four major K-Pop idols have apologized or announced early retirement after being linked to a group chat in which members shared sexual videos of women who were allegedly filmed without their consent.

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