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Afghanistan: Kabul voter centre suicide attack kills 57

BBC.com 300 sources

The dead include five children accompanying their parents registering to vote in Kabul.

Four Britons killed in Saudi Arabia coach crash

Sky News 30 sources

Four Britons have died after their coach collided with a petrol tanker in Saudi Arabia.

Thousands of runners brave the heat in incredible London Marathon efforts

Metro.co.uk 48 sources

The Queen got runners off to a start this morning in what is expected to be the hottest London Marathon on record.

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Trump says North Korea nuclear crisis 'long way from conclusion'

The Guardian 16 sources

Donald Trump strikes cautious note a day after the North’s pledge to end nuclear tests raised hopes before planned summits

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Four dead after naked gunman opens fire at Tennessee restaurant

Metro.co.uk 274 sources

Police have confirmed four people have died and three others were injured by the man wearing nothing but a green jacket.

Pressure grows on May and Rudd over Windrush scandal

The Guardian 6 sources

Sayeeda Warsi says fault with ‘hostile environment’ lies with policy itself not implementation

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Missing man’s ‘body found’ on uninhabited island after disappearing two months ago

Metro.co.uk 10 sources

His partner paid tribute to him, calling him 'handsome, kind, funny and supportive'.

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ISIS claims responsibility for suicide blast that killed at least 48 people at voter registration centre in Kabul

Mirror Online 118 sources

WARNING - GRAPHIC IMAGES: The explosion destroyed cars and shattered windows in nearby buildings, leaving rubble strewn across the street

Iran warns US against pulling out of nuclear deal

The Irish Times 14 sources

Foreign minister says Tehran may restart nuclear activities if Trump exits pact

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London Marathon 2018 – live!

The Guardian 48 sources

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Mike Myers honours Austin Powers co-star Verne Troyer after actor's tragic death

The pair appeared alongside each other as Dr Evil and Mini-me in the hit comedy franchise.

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Jeremy Hunt threatens social media with new child-protection laws

BBC 17 sources

The health secretary wants action from the sites on underage use, bullying and screen-time limits.

Talks between Armenian leaders break down amid protests

BBC.com 40 sources

The prime minister walks out of a televised meeting denouncing the opposition leader's "blackmail".

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Pippa Middleton ‘pregnant with her first child’ with James Matthews

Daily Mail Online 24 sources

The younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge and her husband James Matthews are said to be expecting their first child.

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World's oldest person Nabi Tajima dead aged 117 - making her third longest lived human ever

Mirror Online 79 sources

Great-great-great grandmother Nabi Tajima died from old age at a hospital in her native Japan while Guinness World Records conducted research to verify her as the world's oldest human

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Melania Trump shares a laugh with Barack Obama at Barbara Bush's funeral after Donald Trump skips it

Mirror Online 317 sources

Melania Trump and Barack Obama were spotted sharing a laugh at Barbara Bush's funeral on Saturday afternoon while Donald Trump skipped it. The White House had earlier announced that President Trump wouldn not be attending the funeral of…

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Mo Farah 'hasn't seen kids for months' in bid to win London Marathon

Daily Star 48 sources

SIR Mo Farah didn’t see his wife and children for three months as he got ready for today’s London Marathon.

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'Irresponsible' social media could face new laws

Sky News 17 sources

The Health Secretary has accused social media networks of "turning a blind eye to a generation of young people" by failing to protect them when using their platforms online.

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Austin Powers actor Verne Troyer dies aged 49

Metro.co.uk 192 sources

The actor died on Saturday afternoon.

Saturday, Apr 21

Boy, 3, drowns at David Lloyd fitness club swimming pool

The Scotsman 23 sources

A three-year-old boy has died after an incident at a swimming pool in Leeds.

Syria 'chemical' attack: Experts finally visit Douma site

BBC / News 115 sources

International experts make a much-delayed examination of the site of a suspected attack in Douma.

Wales first minister to stand down

BBC 29 sources

Carwyn Jones announces he will step down as Wales' first minister in the autumn.

North Korea says it has halted nuclear missile tests

The Irish Times 396 sources

Pyongyang reveals plans to close its nuclear test site ahead of landmark Korean summit

Friday, Apr 20

Avicii dead at 28: Swedish DJ Tim Bergling's body found in Oman

Daily Mail Online 255 sources

World-famous DJ Avicii has died at the age of 28. The body of the Swedish-born producer, born Tim Bergling, was found in Oman on Friday, a publicist confirmed.

Wanted Hither Green ‘burglar’ arrested two weeks after ‘accomplice’ is stabbed to death

Metro.co.uk 21 sources

Billy Jeeves, 28, was located and detained in north Kent at 5.30pm today by officers from the Met's Homicide and Major Crime Command.

Charles to succeed Queen as Commonwealth head

Sky News 140 sources

Prince Charles has been approved to take over from The Queen as the next head of the Commonwealth, according to Sky sources.

Woman dies in fire in block of London flats

Sky News / UK 31 sources

One woman has died after a fire broke out in block of flats in north east London.

Thursday, Apr 19

President Trump Says He’ll Pull the Plug on the North Korea Summit if He Feels it Won’t be ‘Fruitful’

TIME 105 sources

(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump said Wednesday that although he’s looking ahead optimistically to a historic summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un he could still pull out if he feels it’s “not going to be fruitful.”…

Light aircraft crashes, catches fire near Belfast International Airport

The Irish Times 37 sources

Northern Ireland Ambulance Service says no patients taken from crash scene

UK basks in hottest April day for 70 years

Sky News / US News 49 sources

Meteorologists have recorded the hottest day in April since 1949, with temperatures reaching 28.8C (83.8F) in the capital.

Dale Winton dies aged 62

Daily Mail Online 203 sources

TV presenter Dale Winton has passed away aged 62, his agent has confirmed.

Wednesday, Apr 18

One dead in Southwest Airlines flight horror

Daily Mail Online 758 sources

The plane had not long departed from LaGuardia Airport in New York City when it was forced to land at Philadelphia International Airport on Tuesday morning.

Mike Pompeo: CIA chief 'made secret trip to North Korea'

BBC.com 331 sources

The meeting was to lay the groundwork for direct talks with Donald Trump, unnamed officials say.

Former US First Lady Barbara Bush dies at 92

BBC.com 535 sources

Barbara Bush, former US first lady and literacy campaigner, has died aged 92

Peers inflict crushing defeat on Government in bid to keep UK in customs union with EU post-Brexit

Telegraph 49 sources

Peers have been accused of “playing with fire” and trying to block Brexit after they inflicted a crushing defeat on the Government in a bid to keep the UK in a customs union with the European Union. Remain-backing lords succeeded in their…

Tuesday, Apr 17

Russian spy: Skripal poison 'was in liquid form'

BBC 47 sources

Ex-Russian spy Sergei and Yulia Skripal were found unconscious on a bench in Salisbury on 4 March.

How Russia would wage cyber war on Britain

Telegraph 107 sources

Fears are growing that Russia, in retaliation for the missile strike on Syria over the weekend, is gearing up to conduct a major cyber assault on Britain. Just days after the attack, the threat of a crippling attack from Russia is now at…

UK's 'day of national shame' over Windrush residents

Sky News 53 sources

The Home Secretary launched an unusual attack on her own department as the Government faced severe criticism over the treatment of the "Windrush" generation of British residents.

Starbucks to shut over 8,000 US cafes for race training

BBC.com 198 sources

The coffee store chain will close all its branches in the US for "racial bias" education.