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Sri Lanka revises down death toll from Sunday's blasts by more than 100, to "about 253", health ministry says
UK advises against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka, after Easter Sunday attacks killed more than 350 people
Former US Vice-President Joe Biden announces 2020 presidential run, saying "core values of nation at stake"
Merger between Sainsbury's and Asda blocked by regulator on grounds it would lead to higher prices
US President Donald Trump will make state visit to UK from 3-5 June, Buckingham Palace announces
The number of people who died in the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka has risen sharply to 290, police say.
Sri Lankans are waking up in shock after yesterday's devastating attacks. More than 200 were killed as a wave of bomb blasts hit on Easter Sunday: Our rolling coverage continues:
Ukraine's incumbent President Petro Poroshenko concedes victory to TV comic Volodymyr Zelensky after exit polls
Ukrainian comedian Volodymyr Zelensky elected president with more than 70% support, exit polls suggest
Three Britons & two people holding joint US/British citizenship among more than 200 killed in Sri Lanka attacks, country's foreign ministry says
At least 207 killed and over 400 injured in Sri Lanka attacks, police say Latest developments:
Seven people arrested over Sri Lanka attacks, as government says most of the eight blasts were suicide bombings
Sri Lanka's government declares nationwide curfew from 18:00 to 06:00 local time, following wave of attacks Latest developments:
Two dead in fresh explosion in district of Dehiwala, Colombo, police sources say Sri Lanka attacks latest:
Sri Lanka attacks β€’ Six blasts hit churches & hotels β€’ At least 137 dead β€’ Hundreds injured Latest developments:
At least 100 people reported killed in Sri Lanka attacks, with death toll expected to rise further
Explosions have been reported at two churches in Sri Lanka as Christians celebrate Easter
Seven killed in attack on Afghan ministry of information in Kabul, now declared over by officials
Explosion and gunfire heard in Afghan capital Kabul as ministry of information HQ comes under attack
Two men, aged 18 and 19, arrested in connection with murder of Northern Irish journalist Lyra McKee
Journalist killed in Londonderry during rioting on Thursday night named by police as 29-year-old Lyra McKee
Trump tried to get Special Counsel Mueller fired, report just published into Russia collusion says
At least 28 people dead in tourist bus crash on Portuguese island of Madeira, national news agency says
Peru's two-time president Alan GarcΓ­a dies after shooting himself as police came to arrest him
JUST IN: French official says the stone structure of Notre-Dame has been saved from "total destruction" The latest:
Structure of Notre-Dame saved from total destruction, Paris fire official says
Parisian firefighters say they are "not sure" if they will be able to stop the Notre-Dame fire from spreading to second tower Follow our live page for the latest
The moment the Notre-Dame cathedral spire collapsed #NotreDame latest:
"Our Lady of Paris in flames. Emotion of a whole nation... I'm sad tonight to see this part of us burn" - French President Emmanuel Macron tweets as Notre-Dame cathedral burns
Main spire of Notre-Dame cathedral has collapsed in fire, latest images show
Famed Notre Dame cathedral in Paris is ablaze, firefighters say
Tiger Woods wins Masters at Augusta, his first major title since 2008
πŸ† 1997 πŸ† 2001 πŸ† 2002 πŸ† 2005 πŸ† 2019 TIGER WOODS WINS THE MASTERS AGAIN! 5x champion at
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Sudan military chief steps down a day after staging coup to topple long-time leader Omar al-Bashir
Israel fails in bid to be fourth nation to land spacecraft on Moon as its Beresheet craft crashes on lunar surface
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir forced to resign and "is being held in a secure place", defence minister confirms in live television address Live updates:
After nearly 30 years in power, Sudan president Omar al-Bashir has been ousted and arrested, defence minister says
Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange arrested after seven years in Ecuador's embassy in London, UK police say
South Korea's ban on abortion has been ruled unconstitutional in a historic court decision
"Please do not waste this time" - @eucopresident Donald Tusk says "European Council [has] decided to grant the United Kingdom a flexible extension... [for #Brexit] until the 31st October"
EU leaders and UK agree "flexible extension" of Brexit until 31 October, following an emergency summit in Brussels
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces general election will be held on 18 May
This is the first ever photo of a black hole, unveiled today after a decade of work by scientists
Israeli general election on course for a dead heat with nearly all votes counted, local media report
No clear winner in Israeli general election, exit polls suggest
Control of ailing UK department store chain Debenhams falls into hands of lenders, but stores continue to trade
Nine Hong Kong 'Umbrella movement protesters' found guilty of public nuisance
President Trump says US Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is leaving her position
Botched IRA warning call caused or contributed to 21 deaths in 1974 Birmingham pub bombings, inquest jury finds
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