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BSF trooper, two civilians killed as Pakistan violates ceasefire 3 killed as Pakistan violates ceasefire

India and Pakistan frequently accuse each other of violating a 2003 ceasefire agreement


US shutdown: Politicians work to agree stopgap funding deal

US politicians work to avoid shutdown

The House of Representatives voted 230-197 on Thursday night to extend funding until next month


Trump travel ban: Supreme Court to rule on legality Supreme Court to rule on Trump travel ban

The court is due to hear arguments in April and will rule by the end of June


Pakistan shuts Radio Free Europe's Pashto-language station Pakistan shuts Radio Free Europe's Pashto-language station

ISI accuses Radio Mashaal of portraying Pakistan as a "failed state" and "a hub of terrorism and safe haven for different militant groups"


Egypt's President Sisi to stand for reelection Egypt's President Sisi to stand for reelection

"I announce my candidacy for the post of president of the republic," Sisi says at a conference in Cairo broadcast live on state television


Gaza family 'executes' member for collaborating with Israel Gaza family 'executes' member for collaborating with Israel

Hamas has carried out more than 20 executions and condemned to death over 100 others since it seized control of Gaza in 2007 from rival faction Fatah


New Zealand prime minister announces she's pregnant New Zealand prime minister announces she's pregnant

Speculation swirled around whether she would start a family soon when she took over the leadership of her then opposition Labour Party last year


Zimbabwe opposition figure Roy Bennett, 4 others killed in US helicopter crash US helicopter crash kills Zimbabwe opposition leader, 4 more

Mr Bennett, a controversial figure, entered politics in 2000, winning a parliamentary seat for the newly formed MDC


Pope Francis arrives in crisis-hit Peru Pope Francis arrives in Peru

In Peru, Pope Francis will visit the cities of Puerto Maldonado and Trujillo, before holding a Mass in Lima on Sunday


US government shutdown: House backs funding bill and sends it to Senate US House sends funding bill to Senate

The bill must now be voted on by the Senate, where it faces an uncertain future


9 dead as huge storms batter Europe 9 dead as huge storms batter Europe

The storm, named Friederike, also ripped the roof off a school in the eastern state of Thueringia while children were still in the building


Two polio vaccinators shot dead in Pakistan Two polio vaccinators shot dead in Pakistan

The large-scale anti-polio campaign began on Monday aiming to immunise 38 million children nationwide


One killed, 5 injured in Karachi grenade attack One killed, 5 injured in Pakistan grenade attack

The attack allegedly takes place after the shopkeepers refused to pay extortion money


Insider attack leaves 9 policemen dead in Afghanistan Insider attack leaves 9 policemen dead in Afghanistan

A man clad in police uniform opened fire on police personnel in a checkpoint outside Helmand’s provincial capital Lashkar Gah in the early morning


15 people injured after car crashes into pedestrians on Rio de Janeiro beach 15 injured after car crashes into pedestrians in Brazil

The accident is not thought to be terror-related

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