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5:08PM Police say one person has been killed and two others wounded in an explosion outside a telecommunications company in the Nepalese capital.
4:33PM The US government has set up new obstacles for women seeking abortions, barring taxpayer-funded family planning clinics from making abortion referrals.
1:59PM Grammy-winning R&B singer R. Kelly has been charged with the aggravated sexual assault of four people, including three teenage girls.
1:04PM The first test flight of the new commercial Dragon space capsule will go ahead following approval by NASA and SpaceX.
11:57AM Embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is under pressure to let emergency food and medicine in as the country's political turmoil drags on.
11:16AM Following two days of US and Chinese high-level trade talks, President Donald Trump says he hopes to meet next month with President Xi Jinping.
10:00AM A California couple face at least 25 years in prison after pleading guilty to torture and years of abuse against 12 of their 13 children.
8:10AM The reversal of US President Donald Trump's decision to pull troops out of Syria, and maintain a peacekeeping contingent, has been welcomed by Kurdish forces.
8:01AM UK Opposition Leader Jeremy Corbyn has revealed he would consider holding a second Brexit referendum if his party won the next general election.
8:01AM President Donald Trump has ruled out drawing down US troops in South Korea ahead of talks with North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
7:10AM Stories from around the world overnight.
6:59AM Convicted Mexican drug trafficker Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is planning to ask for a retrial after a juror revealed some members of the panel broke the rules.
6:57AM A truck carrying acid to Glencore's Mutanda Mine in Democratic Republic of Congo has collided with two other vehicles, killing about 20 people.
4:46AM Jussie Smollett's character on the drama series Empire, Jamal Lyon, will be cut from the last two episodes of the season, 20th Century Fox Television says.
1:25AM Moscow has cited unspecified information to back its assertion about the plans for the US and its allies to arm the opposition in Venezuela.
1:25AM Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno says preliminary reports indicate no major damage from a magnitude 7.5 earthquake that struck the Peru-Ecuador border region.
9:32PM Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un (or at least two men who look like them) have appeared on the steps of Hanoi's opera house ahead of the next US-North Korea summit.
9:32PM Zimbabwe has begun trading with its new currency, known as RTGS dollars.
8:44PM An attack in Muslim-majority Kashmir has raised tensions elsewhere in Hindu-majority India. Now the nation's top court has stepped in to curb more retaliation.
8:44PM Another UK Labour MP, Ian Austin, has quit the party, the ninth to do so this week.
8:44PM Kenya's LGBT community will now have to wait until late May to see if the country will strike down laws that ban gay sex.
8:10PM A family of eight in Pakistan has been devastated after five of their children died from food poisoning after dining at a restaurant.
7:06PM A French Catholic Church official says he hopes a system for making 'a financial gesture' to sex abuse victims will be in place in under a year.
6:27PM Deaths from illegally produced alcohol are common in India, and now 17 tea plantation workers have died and more than 40 in hospital.
6:10PM The CEO of Time's Up in the US has resigned after it emerged her son had been accused of sexual assault.
5:45PM Hundreds - likely more than 1000 - of Islamic State militants have crossed the open, desert border from Syria to Iraq in the past six months.
5:15PM The deportation of Kiwis from Australia is "corrosive" to the trans-Tasman relationship, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
5:12PM Almost 300 Turkish military personnel have been arrested over suspected links to a Muslim cleric who is accused of orchestrating a 2016 attempted coup.
3:47PM Roma is the short-priced favourite to win Best Picture, but expect a shock winner to take Hollywood's highest honour.
3:47PM Two more women are accusing US singer R Kelly of sexual misconduct, over events they claim happened when the women were 15 and 16 years old.
3:18PM Israel is seeking to become only the fourth country to land on the moon - after Russia, the US and China - with the launch of its Beresheet spacecraft.
3:01PM A Japanese space probe named after a falcon, Hayabusa 2, has touched down on an asteroid more than 300 million kilometres from Earth.
2:45PM The father of an Alabama woman who joined ISIS has filed a suit against the Trump administration in an effort to repatriate her.
2:33PM The future of food supplies is under "severe threat" because of the number of disappearing animal and plant species, the UN says.
2:19PM Warner Bros has set a July 16, 2021 date for "Space Jam 2".
1:24PM The Wallace's giant bee, the world's largest bee which had not been seen since 1981, has been rediscovered in Indonesia.
1:09PM Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren says she supports the government issuing reparations to black Americans economically affected by slavery.
12:53PM The sons of convicted drug boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman have been charged with drug trafficking, US authorities say.
12:38PM China and Saudi Arabia will step up trade and high-tech cooperation after a two-day visit by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to Beijing.
11:48AM US officials want the European Union to make key changes in order to facilitate greater agricultural trade between the regions.
11:18AM Actor Jussie Smollett, charged with filing a false police report of a racist attack against him, recently hosted a documentary on US hate crimes and lynching.
11:00AM Embattled Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro has threatened to close the border with Colombia, having already done so on the Brazilian frontier.
10:17AM Peter Tork, the goofy, lovable bass guitarist in the made-for-TV rock band The Monkees, has died aged 77 in the US.
10:11AM The senator son of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is under investigation by federal authorities for money laundering.
10:11AM The British government will not have a large number of key trade deals ready by Brexit day on March 29.
10:11AM A US citizen has been charged with kidnapping for his alleged role in the abduction of a journalist who was held hostage in Somalia for nearly three years
10:11AM Donald Trump will lay out the economic benefits North Korea could gain if it agrees to denuclearise at next week's summit in Vietnam, senior US officials say.
10:11AM Two centrist challengers of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will join forces and run together in the April 9 general election.
6:47AM Diplomats say Britain and the EU are edging closer to a Brexit compromise as high level talks in Brussels continue.
6:40AM Vladimir Putin says Russia does not want another Cuban Missile Crisis but its weapons would give his country the edge if tensions with the US increase.
6:40AM Pope Francis has urged Catholic leaders from around the world to "listen to the cry of the little ones who are seeking justice" as he opens a key conference.
5:29AM The death toll from a huge fire in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka has been revised from 81 down to 67, with dozens also injured.
2:48AM Empire actor Jussie Smollett has been accused of taking advantage of anger over racism to promote his career, paying nearly $A5000 to stage an attack.
2:12AM Twenty-four Catholic bishops in Poland have been accused of covering up the sexual abuse of children, in a report by a charity.
1:10AM Human Rights Watch says Congolese police have executed at least 27 people in Kinshasa, with some of the victims strangled and mutilated.
11:37PM US actor Jussie Smollett has been arrested less than a month after he told police he was attacked on the street by two apparent Donald Trump supporters.
10:45PM At least 26 people have been killed in heavy rains and flooding in Pakistan.
10:08PM A fire has swept through a historic district of Bangladesh's capital, Dhaka, killing at least 81 people.
9:32PM Iraqi authorities have taken in 150 Iraqis who were fighting with Islamic State.
9:17PM UK finance minister Philip Hammond says a vote on a revised Brexit deal could happen next week.
8:42PM Two people have been killed in a shooting in the German city of Munich.
6:28PM A Japanese spacecraft is ready to touch down on the distant asteroid Ryugu.
5:56PM Scientists have discovered a tiny moon orbiting Neptune.
4:41PM Gwyneth Paltrow has launched legal proceedings against a Utah doctor who sued her last month over a skiing accident.
3:57PM Swiss bank UBS has been ordered to pay 4.5 billion euros ($A7.1 billion) by a French court for helping wealthy French clients evade tax authorities.
2:49PM Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen will testify in a public hearing before a US House of Representatives committee on February 27.
2:43PM The United States and China have started to outline commitments in principle in their trade dispute, a sign of progress towards an eventual deal.
2:42PM A living member of a species of tortoise not seen in more than 110 years has been found in a remote part of the Galapagos island of Fernandina.
2:42PM Fox is considering removing Jussie Smollett from production on "Empire" after he was charged with filing a false police report, according to US reports.
11:13AM The UN General Assembly has elected Inger Andersen of Denmark as the new executive director of the United Nations Environment Program, based in Kenya.
11:13AM The US may still impose car tariffs on the European Union if the sides are unable to reach a deal on trade.
11:13AM A self-identified US white nationalist has been arrested after he apparently started to stockpile weapons for a mass attack against liberal public figures.
11:13AM A sprawling storm has dumped several inches of snow from the US Midwest to the East Coast and deluged the US South with rain.
10:28AM Twelve sexual abuse victims have met with Vatican officials ahead of an unprecedented conference that aims to guide bishops on how best to tackle the issue.
10:22AM An official in the central Nigerian state of Benue says 16 people have been killed in an attack apparently staged by herdsmen.
9:49AM Fitch Ratings says it may downgrade the United Kingdom's 'AA' debt rating based on growing uncertainty around Brexit.
9:39AM Democrats in the US House of Representatives intend to introduce a resolution to end President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.
8:50AM Brazil is planning pension reforms and a retirement age increase aimed at saving the government more than 1 trillion reals ($US270 billion) over 10 years.
8:50AM A second Queensland fruit fly has been found in New Zealand's biggest city, with authorities now ramping up efforts to find more of the pests.
8:11AM Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido's designated ambassador to Costa Rica has taken control of Venezuela's embassy in the country.
7:03AM US President Donald Trump does not think next week's scheduled summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will be the last time the pair meet.
7:03AM Samsung has announced it will release a $A2700 folding smartphone in April with specially adapted apps in a bid to compete against Apple and Huawei.
6:04AM A UN Commission on Human Rights report has detailed how people in South Sudan are being held for years and tortured and children are being raped and killed.
5:14AM A US State Department spokeswoman has called Russian President Vladimir Putin's remarks on matching US nuclear missile deployments "propaganda".
12:45AM British Prime Minister Theresa May insists her party is doing the right thing in relation to Brexit after three pro-EU MPs quit the Conservative party.
9:40PM Vladimir Putin has delivered a wide-ranging state-of-the-nation address in Moscow, focusing on social needs across Russia.
8:23PM A French citizen who worked for the local snow patrol in the Swiss Crans Montana resort has died after an avalanche hit, with three others injured.
3:55PM A volunteer scientist had been searching for brown dwarfs when she found something much brighter and farther away: the oldest-known white dwarf.
3:55PM An adult female specimen of the Chelonoidis Phantasticus giant tortoise has been found by an expedition on one of the Galapagos islands.
3:16PM Climate change threats are a growing security risk and require concerted action to ensure they don't spark fresh violence, according to security experts.
2:44PM Two Japanese air force crew members have been rescued after their fighter jet crashed into the Sea of Japan.
1:52PM US President Donald Trump plans to nominate Jeffrey Rosen as the next deputy US attorney general.
1:45PM Having an attentive partner can significantly improve a person's long-term health and even life expectancy, new research suggests.
1:19PM Donald Trump has expressed confidence he'll win a lawsuit filed by states seeking to block his declaration of a national emergency to fund a border wall.
12:56PM Catholic religious orders around the world such as the Jesuits, Salesians and Christian Brothers have apologised for failing to respond to priests' child abuse.
12:42PM US and Australian authorities allege Ohio man Cody Swinnerton used Instagram and Facebook to coerce children into sending him sexually explicit images.
12:42PM Actress Gwyneth Paltrow says she was not afraid to stand up to disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and only had one "weird experience" with him.
12:20PM US Senator Bernie Sanders will run for office in the 2020 US presidential election.