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Nearly a dozen stations have had licenses suspended without notice as media crackdown continues ahead of 2018 election.
Prime minister acknowledges the dark history of Canada's colonisation as one of "humiliation, neglect and abuse".
Kim Jong-un responds to US president's 'totally destroy' threat by calling Donald Trump a 'rogue and a gangster'.
Leader of Social Democratic Party is projected to win 22 percent of the vote in Sunday's federal elections in Germany.
Hundreds of homes destroyed and communication cut off as Category 4 storm devastates small Caribbean island nation.
Hundreds of thousands take part in a rally in Sanaa to mark the third anniversary of the Houthi rebels' takeover.
Presidential hopeful praises top court's decision to order Kenya's fresh election after claims of manipulation.
Greek asylum chief says bloc should take in refugees straight from the Middle East to prevent undocumented migration.
Latest measure bans foreign banks and businesses doing any trade with Pyongyang to curb its nuclear missile programme.
Demonstrators denounce president's 'drug war' as they mark 45 years since the declaration of martial law in Philippines.
Court ruling prompts change of date for new polls as election commission says it needs more time to meet requirements.
Protesters gather outside Supreme Court in a show of support for next month's planned independence referendum.
The measures Japan is planning to take to reduce it's healthcare costs will harm Japanese patients and the EU economy.
Rally to mark third anniversary of takeover of Sanaa by Abdel-Malek al-Houthi's army conspicuous by absence of allies.
The big winners of a post-Brexit controlled migration system will not be British workers, but unscrupulous employers.
Alternative for Germany looks set to become the first far right nationalist party to enter parliament since WWII.
Meet the South East Asian women saving the population of the remote Faroe Islands, one marriage at a time.
Mob in Myanmar blocks relief supplies while fatal road accident hits truck carrying food to refugees in Bangladesh.
In a Colombian region where Alzheimer's has been passed on for many generations, women carry the burden of care.
On the third anniversary of Sanaa's capture, Saleh's unholy alliance with the Hautis may be nearing its end.