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  • today

    • Four al-Qaida members killed in drone strikes

      Yemen

    • No further signs of life on fourth day of avalanche hotel rescue

      Italy

    • Murray knocked out of Australian Open by Mischa Zverev

      Tennis

    • Suspected rebels kill two soldiers in northeast

      India

    • 14 members of pro-govt militia killed in attack

      Mali

    • Women's marches draw over two million in resistance to Trump

      United States

    • Tsunami alert rescinded after 7.9 quake shakes PNG

      Asia-Pacific

    • 32 killed in latest rail disaster

      India

    • Toll from market bombing rises to 24: officials

      Pakistan

    • Tsunami threat after 8.0 quake in Papua New Guinea: seismologists

      Pacific Ocean

    • 8.0-magnitude quake hits off Papua New Guinea: USGS

      Pacific Ocean

  • yesterday

    • Jammeh flies out of country after stepping down: AFP

      The Gambia

      Yahya Jammeh, The Gambia's leader for 22 years, flew out of the country Saturday after declaring he would step down and hand power to President Adama Barrow, ending a political crisis.







      An AFP journalist at the scene saw Jammeh take off in an unmarked plane heading for an unspecified destination, seen off by a delegation of dignitaries and soldiers.







      Jammeh waved to a small gathering of supporters on the tarmac dressed in his habitual white flowing robes, and the devout Muslim kissed a Koran before waving to the crowd.







      He was accompanied by Guinea's President Alpha Conde who in the last 48 hours negotiated an exit plan for Jammeh whose details have yet to be made public.

    • Trump to CIA: 'I am with you 1,000 percent'

      United States

    • Car bomb explodes in central Tripoli, near Italian embassy: security official

      Libya

    • Two dead in suspected criminal shooting in Tel Aviv

      Israel

    • Wayne Rooney becomes Manchester United's record goalscorer

      Football

    • Trump to visit CIA headquarters Saturday: spokesman

      United States

    • Rally in north against Bedouin house demolitions turns violent as police utilize riot control measures

      Israel

    • Seven held over $72 million Amsterdam diamond heist from 2005: police

      The Hague

    • Marine Le Pen says 2017 will be 'year of the awakening of the people of continental Europe'

      Europe

    • Initial reports of fatalities after car bomb explodes in al-Raqban refugee camp

      Jordan

    • Culture minister resigns after arrest over arts blacklist

      South Korea

    • Eight killed after shell hits house in Rafah

      Egypt

    • Parliament approves draft bill that would that would dramatically expand Erdogan's powers

      Turkey

    • Market bomb kills 20, wounds dozens: officials

      Pakistan

    • At least 7 killed in bus crash, children on board: media

      Italy

  • Friday 20th January 2017

    • President Trump arrives at White House

      Inauguration Day 2017

      President Trump arrives at White House

    • Limousine set on fire during protests in downtown Washington

      Inauguration Day 2017

      Limousine set on fire at protests in downtown Washington blocks away from inaugural parade

    • Trump takes part in inaugural parade through Washington

      Inauguration Day 2017

      President Donald Trump takes part in inaugural parade through Washington

    • Trump leads standing ovation for Hillary Clinton at Congress lunch

      Inauguration Day 2017

      Trump led a standing ovation for former Democratic presidential candidate, his rival, Hillary Clinton at Congress luncheon. "I was honored when I heard that former president Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton were coming today and I would like you to stand up," he said while addressing lawmakers, his cabinet nominees and other dignitaries. "There's nothing more I can say because I have a lot of respect for those two people," Trump added as attendees rose and clapped.

    • Trump leaves Capitol for White House

      Inauguration Day 2017

      Trump leaves Capitol for White House

    • Palestinian President Abbas congratulates Trump, says looking forward to working together

      Inauguration Day 2017

    • Former president Obama leaves Washington for California vacation

      Inauguration Day 2017

      Former president Obama leaves Washington for California vacation. The former president is heading to Palm Springs to wind down after completing eight years in office.

    • At least 90 arrested in Washington as police, protesters continue to clash near parade route

      Inauguration Day 2017

    • Mexican drug lord 'El Chapo' pleads not guilty in US court

      United States

    • Pope Francis calls on Trump to help poor and outcasts

      Inauguration Day 2017

      Pope Francis calls on Trump to help poor and outcasts

    • Newly-elected President announces strongman Jammeh has agreed to step down, leave country

      The Gambia

    • Brexit leader Farage to join Fox News

      Britain

    • Wall Street cuts early gains at midday after Trump speech

      United States

    • Police arrest 'terror' suspect planning attack

      Austria

    • Trump takes control of @POTUS Twitter handle

      Inauguration Day 2017

      Trump takes control of @POTUS Twitter handle

    • Pro-cannabis group hands out thousands of free joints in Washington

      Inauguration Day 2017

      Pro-cannabis group hands out thousands of free joints in Washington

    • In farewell remarks, Obama says 'you proved the power of hope'

      Inauguration Day 2017

    • Trump: 'To all Americans... Together, we will make America great again'

      Inauguration Day 2017

    • Trump: 'We will no longer accept politicians who are all talk, no action'

      Inauguration Day 2017

    • Trump says will govern with 'two rules: buy American and hire American'

      Inauguration Day 2017

    • President Trump thanks 'magnificent' predecessor Obama

      Inauguration Day 2017

    • Trump: 'US will unite world against radical Islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate from face of earth'

      Inauguration Day 2017

    • Trump: 'From this day forward a new vision will govern our land... It's going to be America first'

      Inauguration Day 2017

    • Trump: 'Together we will determine the course of America and the world for many years to come'

      Inauguration Day 2017

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