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Armenia marks centenary of mass killings with ceremony
Armenia has marked the centenary of a mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks with a simple flower-laying ceremony attended by foreign leaders, as Germany became the latest country to recognise that what happened constituted genocide.
Armenia remembers the victims of 1915 massacre
Armenians mark genocide centennial
Armenia marks centenary of mass killings by Ottoman Turks
Thousands gather at dawn ceremony to mark Gallipoli centenary
GALLIPOLI PENINSULA, Turkey/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Leaders and dignitaries from Australia, New Zealand and Turkey led thousands at dawn ceremonies on Turkey's Gallipoli peninsula on Saturday to mark the 100th anniversary of a World War One battle ...
Anzac Day 2015: centenary of Gallipoli landings - as it happened
Gallipoli centenary marked in UK events
Prince Charles and Tony Abbott pay tributes to Gallipoli dead
Nepal hit by powerful 7.9 magnitude earthquake
A powerful magnitude-7.9 earthquake hit near Nepal's capital of Kathmandu before noon on Saturday, causing extensive damage with toppled walls and collapsed buildings, officials said. Nepal's information minister, Minendra Rijal, told India's NDTV station ...
Quake of 7.9 Magnitude Shakes Nepal, Tremors Felt in India
Buildings collapse in Nepal capital after 7.7 quake - witnesses
Massive 7.5 magnitude earthquake in Nepal, strong tremors felt across northern ...
Statue of Liberty 'all-clear' after false bomb alert
The Statue of Liberty has been declared safe after a bomb threat closed the iconic New York landmark on Friday. Hundreds of tourists were evacuated from Liberty island after a 911 caller threatened to blow up the monument. Sniffer dogs found an area of ...
Statue reopening after bomb threat
Tourists sent back to Jersey City following evacuation of Liberty Island
Statue of Liberty deemed safe after bomb threat
Ash cloud from Chile volcano grounds flights to Buenos Aires
An ash cloud from Chile's Calbuco volcano has hit neighbouring countries ? with several airlines cancelling flights, as particles in the atmosphere can cause problems for aircraft. In the southern Argentine tourist city of Bariloche, flights have been cancelled for ...
The moment a hiker gets the shock of his life when the volcano he was filming ...
Hiker Captures Chile Volcano Blast On Phone
Teams Shovel Ash From Sagging Roofs After Volcano Eruption in Chile
Italian police arrest Pak based suspects over 2010 Vatican terror attack plot
An Italian prosecutor has revealed that Islamic extremists, who are suspected of conducting a bomb attack in a Pakistani market that killed 100 people, had also plotted an attack against the Vatican in 2010 but it was never executed. According to News24, the ...
Terrorist cell 'was planning attack on Vatican'
Italian police say terror suspects 'planned Vatican attack'
Al Qaeda militants arrested in Italy
The Daily Star
Former Yemeni president calls for political dialogue to end war: statement
The Daily Star
A Yemeni poses with a shell he found in his house a day after an air strike by Saudi-led coalition warplanes on the nearby base on Fajj Attan hill on April 21, 2015 in the capital Sanaa. AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED HUWAIS. RSS; Follow; Email; Print; Share.
Ex-Yemen leader urges rebel allies to heed UN, pull back
High civilian toll in Yemen conflict, at least 550 dead ? UN
Kerry urges Houthis, allies to enter talks
UN Refugee Official Calls Situation in Syria and Iraq 'Unsustainable'
New York Times
The war that has engulfed Syria and spread into Iraq has displaced 14 million people, including four million Syrian refugees scattered to neighboring countries, and it has created ?host fatigue,? which has further aggravated the crisis, United Nations officials ...
Time for UN Security Council to work to end Syrian conflict: Angelina Jolie
UN aid chief urges Syria sanctions, Jolie pleads for refugee help
UN aid chief and Angelina Jolie urge action on Syria
Rescued or saved, migrants face uncertain future in Europe
Rescued or saved? As thousands of migrants from war-torn or destitute countries are pulled from the sea en route to Italy, they are filled with hope for new lives. But that is only the beginning of a struggle that could still end in deportation, violence or destitution ...
Mediterranean crisis: EU must protect those fleeing conflict ? Peter Sutherland
Europe migrant military mission faces rough seas ahead
Warships to step up search for migrants
Bangladesh Mourns Anniversary of Garment Factory Disaster
Survivors and relatives of victims of a garment factory collapse in Bangladesh marched Friday to demand better compensation on the second anniversary of the disaster that killed more than 1,100 people. Rana Plaza, an illegally constructed building outside ...