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Foreign tourists hurt in bus blast near Egypt's pyramids
At least 17 people have been injured in a blast targeting a tourist bus in Egypt.
India election: Final votes cast in world's biggest poll
Voters in India have gone to the polls in the final stage of the world's biggest general election to decide whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi returns for a second term.
Donald Trump enters row over state-led abortion crackdown
US President Donald Trump has waded into the row over strict new abortion laws introduced by some US states arguing he is "strongly pro-life".
Austin Eubanks: Columbine High School shooting survivor found dead aged 37
A survivor of the Columbine High School shooting has been found dead at his home in Colorado 20 years after the attack.
Julian Assange's belongings 'to be handed to US' - WikiLeaks
Julian Assange's belongings from his time living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London will be handed over to US prosecutors, WikiLeaks has claimed.
House explosion kills one person and injures two others in Indiana
One person has died and two more have been injured after a house exploded in Indiana.
Arnold Schwarzenegger responds after being kicked at event in South Africa
Arnold Schwarzenegger has spoken out after being attacked at an event in South Africa.
Austria: Calls for snap election after resignation of vice chancellor
Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has called for a snap election after the resignation of his vice chancellor over an alleged corruption scandal.
Calvin Klein apologises to LGBTQ community over Bella Hadid kissing robot advert
American fashion brand Calvin Klein has been forced to apologise after fans accused it of "queerbaiting" in its new advertising campaign.
US-Iran tensions: US airlines warned about risk of flying over Persian Gulf
US diplomats have warned that US air carriers and commercial operators flying over the Persian Gulf face a risk from being "misidentified" as tensions between US and Iran continue to escalate.