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May 01, 2018
Kabul bombings: Afghanistan's media remain defiant after attacks that killed 10 journalistsAfghan journalists were shaken but defiant, vowing to continue reporting on the bloody conflict after the deadliest attack on the country's media since the fall of the Taliban in 2001
Apr 30, 2018
'When hope is gone': Shah Marai, AFP photographer who died in Kabul blast, had written on Taliban ruleAgence France-Presse's chief photographer in Kabul, Shah Marai, and five other journalists were among more than two dozen people killed in twin suicide blasts in the Afghan capital.
Apr 13, 2018
World Press Photo of the Year 2018: Photos of burning Venezuelan protester win top spotsThe winner of the World Press Photo of the Year award and a runner-up in another category were photographs taken at the same moment, when a motorcycle caught fire and a person was set ablaze | #FirstCulture
Feb 10, 2018
Indian national among two journalists ordered to leave Maldives, police says no legal action will be takenTwo foreign journalists, including an Indian national, working for French news agency AFP who were arrested by the Maldivian police for violating immigration rules, have been ordered to leave the island nation facing political turmoil
Dec 17, 2017
Australian police arrest agent selling missile parts in black market to raise money for North KoreaThe 59-year-old naturalised Australian citizen of Korean descent was attempting to broker illicit deals that could have generated "tens of millions of dollars" for North Korea, the Australian Federal Police said
Sep 25, 2017
Myanmar Army says mass grave of 28 Hindus killed by Rohingya discovered in Rakhine StateMyanmar Army said that a mass grave of 28 Hindus had been discovered in violence-wracked Rakhine State, blaming the killings on Muslim Rohingya militants.
Apr 20, 2017
Syria suicide car bombing: Perpetrators were 'disguised' as aid workers, reveals UNThe perpetrators of a bombing in Syria last weekend that killed more than 120 people had disguised themselves as aid workers and may have specifically targeted children, the UN said on Thursday.
Jan 24, 2017
Australian Open 2017: Venus Williams powers into semi-finals with win over Anastasia PavlyuchenkovaVenus Williams powered past Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and into her third Australian Open semi-final, becoming the oldest woman to make a Grand Slam last four in 23 years.
Jul 13, 2016
Venezuela prez Maduro takes charge of food distribution and key ports amid mounting unrestVenezuela's military has been put on the frontline of a worsening national economic crisis by taking charge of food distribution and key ports amid dire shortages and mounting unrest.
Jul 05, 2016
Paris terror attacks: French Inquiry commission recommends intelligence overhaulA French inquiry into the terror attacks that rocked Paris in 2015 on Tuesday recommended the fusion of the country's intelligence services after the "global failure" of the country's myriad agencies.