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The bombing raids hit a string of towns and villages in the northwestern province of Idlib, which is almost entirely controlled by various jihadist and hardline rebels.
At least 110 people died and close to 200 more are believed buried beneath the waste after a volcano erupted in Guatemala.
The United States President Donald Trump arrived in Singapore just hours after Kim landed in the city.
Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula is serving a 12-year sentence for taking an apartment as a bribe.
The proposed legislation will allow courts to appoint trustees to be sued if such organisations fail to appoint an entity with assets as a defendant.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said it was not Russia's decision to quit the G7, saying he would be happy to see G7 leaders in Russia.
Kim arrived at Singapore's Changi Airport after his longest trip overseas as head of state wearing his trademark dark Maoist suit and distinctive high cut hairstyle.
The protesters blocked off a major road near Trafalgar Square in central London, chanting "Free Tommy Robinson" and hurling smoke bombs at police.
The suspect attacked the victims aboard the shinkansen train which was travelling from Tokyo to a station in Osaka.
The funds will be used to train teachers and improve curriculums, track educational data, support innovative education methods, and boost women and girls' graduation rates.
United States President Donald Trump said he had suggested to the other G7 leaders that all trade barriers, including tariffs and subsidies, be eliminated.
Pope Francis has declared zero tolerance over abuse scandals that have beset the Church for decades.
Under the conservative Kurz, Austria has strived to act as a mediator between Russia and the West.
Pope Francis told oil company executives that climate change was a challenge of "epochal proportions".
Feminists hope the #MeToo spirit will soon allow adoption of an amendment to the US Constitution that would enshrine equal rights for men and women.
Any statement will do little to mask the sense of divide between the G7's most powerful member and the rest of the group.
The new indictment came four days after prosecutors said Paul Manafort had tried to contact two witnesses.
The militants said foreign forces would be excluded from the ceasefire and that operations against them would continue.
Israeli forces have killed at last 120 Palestinians in protests along the Gaza strip border since March 30.
It remains unclear why US President Donald Trump would be considering a pardon for Ali, given that the latter's conviction was overturned.
Tens of thousands of Iranians took part in anti-Israel rallies to mark Iran’s annual day of solidarity with the Palestinians.
Austria said Friday it could expel Turkish-funded imams and their families and shut down seven mosques as part of a crackdown on "political Islam".
Foreign minister Julie Bishop is set to travel to China this year for the latest in a series of annual meetings held between the foreign ministers of the two countries since 2014.
Earlier attempts to introduce a patriotic "national education" curriculum into Hong Kong schools sparked protests in 2012, forcing it to be shelved. would like to send you push notifications.
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