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Tue, 23 Apr 2019 07:49:57 GMT
Sri Lanka attacks: Mass funerals on day of mourning The death toll from Sunday's bomb blasts rises to 310 and a state of emergency is in effect.
Philippines earthquake: Eight deaths reported on Luzon The quake on Luzon island killed at least 11, with another major tremor further south hours later.
SS Iron Crown: WW2 shipwreck found off Australia The SS Iron Crown was sunk by a Japanese submarine in 1942, killing 38 sailors.
Myanmar top court rejects Reuters journalists' appeal Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have their seven year sentences upheld by the country's Supreme Court.
Shah Rukh Khan urges fans to vote in a new music video The Bollywood star says he is responding to PM Modi's request that he "creatively" encourage voting.
India election 2019: Narendra Modi votes in Ahmedabad He cast his ballot in Gujarat, where he began his political career and served thrice as chief minister.
Tesla says investigating car explosion in Shanghai A video circulating on Chinese social media appears to show a parked Tesla car erupting into flames.
Samsung Galaxy Fold: Broken screens delay launch Samsung delays the release of its foldable smartphone after reviewers report broken screens.
Australian father and son lifesavers drown in tourist rescue bid Ross and Andrew Powell had been trying to save a tourist off Australia's southern coast.
Carlos Ghosn: Former Nissan boss hit with fresh charge Carlos Ghosn, who denies any wrongdoing, now faces four charges in Japan over misconduct allegations.
Agent Orange: US to clean up toxic Vietnam War air base The operation, unveiled more than four decades after the end of the Vietnam War, will cost $183m.
Kabul attack: Seven killed at Afghan ministry of information Four civilians and three police officers were killed in the attack, which officials say is now over.
Sri Lanka attacks: Family attends funeral Speaking at his wife's funeral, Lewis Allen recalls the moment he learnt she had died in the Sri Lanka attacks.
Sri Lanka: Bomb explodes as police try to defuse it The blast took place near St Anthony's Shrine, one of several sites attacked in bombings on Sunday.
Thai cave rescue: Two divers return to where boys were saved Richard Harris and Craig Challen were two of the divers who came to the rescue of the Wild Boars soccer team in Thailand.
Inside Afghanistan's TV station for women Zan TV is Afghnaistan's only television channel just for women. What will happen to them if the Taliban return to power?
Naomi Campbell hit by fashion racism in Asian country The British supermodel says she was told a photo campaign would not be used because of the "colour of [her] skin".
Will Chinese road destroy Pakistani fishermen’s livelihoods? They say they are no longer allowed to fish near Gwadar port because of a new road link to China.
Sri Lanka attacks: What led to carnage? A small Islamist group has been blamed, but how could it have gone from vandalising statues to sophisticated suicide attacks?
Kim-Putin: North Korean and Russian leaders to meet for first time There'll be a lot of history and potential behind the North Korean leader's first Russian visit.
Why the US-China rivalry will not end with a trade deal As the US and China edge closer to a trade deal, analysts expect a new battle in the technology sector.
How much of Europe does China own? The EU wants to screen foreign investment as concerns grow about China's role.
India election 2019: The man who has lost 24 times but won't give up Vijayprakash Kondekar, 73, is still hoping that he will one day be elected to India's parliament.
A WW2 massacre and 'an awful secret' Twenty-one Australian nurses died at Bangka Island, but a historian says there's more to the story.
Why India sees sex on false promise of marriage as rape India's top court has ruled that consensual sex can be rape if a man breaches his promise to marry.
Sri Lanka attacks: St Anthony's 'church of miracles' a symbol of hope St Anthony's, the site of one of Sri Lanka's deadliest Easter bombings, is more than a place of worship.
Who are the victims? The victims include a celebrity chef and staff members at the Cinnamon Grand hotel.
What we know so far More than 300 people have been killed in the worst violence Sri Lanka has seen in a decade.
Sri Lanka attacks: 'My heart shattered when I saw the bodies' Eyewitnesses of the bombing of Sri Lanka's St Anthony's Shrine have described horrific scenes.
Inside church after the blast Almost 300 people have been killed and hundreds injured after several bomb blasts in the capital Colombo.
Asos tycoon's children killed Danish billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen and his family were visiting Sri Lanka, where three of his four children died.
Britons caught up in explosions A British mother and her two children died in the attack, while her husband survived.
'Very, very sad day for all of us' Cardinal Archbishop of Colombo, Malcolm Ranjith, has condemned a series of bomb attacks in Sri Lanka.