Brussels attacks: Arrested man not prime suspect Najim Laachraoui
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Brussels attacks: Arrested man not prime suspect Najim Laachraoui

A suspect arrested in Brussels is not Najim Laachraoui, who is thought to be one…

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Japan’s new security law to take effect from March 29
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Japan’s new security law to take effect from March 29

Japan’s controversial new security-related legislation will become effective next Tuesday. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s cabinet…

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Australia announces one billion Australian dollar clean energy fund
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Australia announces one billion Australian dollar clean energy fund

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced plans to establish a one billion Australian dollar…

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DPRK threatens to strike ROK presidential office
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DPRK threatens to strike ROK presidential office

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea on Wednesday threatened to launch strikes against South Korean…

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Minute of silence held across Belgium for victims of Brussels attacks
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Minute of silence held across Belgium for victims of Brussels attacks

Belgium held a minute of silence on Wednesday, a day after the terror attacks on…

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Obama speech to Cubans aims at burying Cold War tensions
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Obama speech to Cubans aims at burying Cold War tensions

US President Barack Obama left his most important speech for his final day in Havana,…

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Columbia turns bullets into pens as symbol of peaceful future
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Columbia turns bullets into pens as symbol of peaceful future

The Colombian government has ordered bullets be turned into pens to commemorate an impending peace…

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Finland eyes clean techology, wood business with China
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Finland eyes clean techology, wood business with China

Finland has set its eyes on the Chinese market, especially looking for business deals in…

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Exclusive interview with Pakistani Minister of Planning, Development and Reform
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Exclusive interview with Pakistani Minister of Planning, Development and Reform

China is still the biggest driver of the world economy, and the central point of…

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People in Brussels, around the world mourn victims
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People in Brussels, around the world mourn victims

People across Belgium, Europe and around the world are mourning the loss of the 34…

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