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3:57PM Actor Michelle Williams and her husband Phil Elverum have separated, after less than a year of marriage.
3:03PM The CIA has accused Huawei of receiving funding from three branches of China's state security apparatus, according to a report in the Times of London.
2:19PM Paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren, made famous in The Conjuring movies, has died at aged 92.
2:19PM The Mueller report is damning and shocking in parts, but was no death blow to Donald Trump - and that mixed message threatens to split Democrats.
2:19PM The highest court in the US state of Maryland has rejected a new trial for Adnan Syed, whose murder conviction was made famous in the podcast Serial.
1:06PM Egyptians are set to begin voting in a three-day referendum on whether to extend President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi's term in office.
12:38PM President Donald Trump has fired a volley of tweets blasting his former advisers who say he tried to stop the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
11:55AM Crowds in Bangladesh's capital of Dhaka have demanded justice for an 18-year-old burned alive after she complained about sexual harassment by her principal.
11:55AM Netflix is paying Beyonce $A83 million for a three-project special, the first of which, a behind-the-scenes documentary, is already airing.
11:08AM Adele and her husband Simon Konecki have separated, but are "committed to raising their son together lovingly".
11:05AM Movie director Roman Polanski is suing the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which has awarded him eight Oscars, over his expulsion last year.
10:15AM Elizabeth Warren has become the first of the US Democrats running for president to call for the impeachment of Donald Trump.
10:15AM Joe Biden, the former US vice president, will announce his run for president next week, three sources say.
7:04AM Supporters of former Peruvian president Alan Garcia have farewelled the politician, with some saying he had been hounded to his death over corruption charges.
6:50AM President Donald Trump's envoy has dismissed reports the US' Middle East peace plan will include transferring land from Egypt's Sinai to the Palestinians.
1:45AM A journalist has been killed during rioting in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, in a shooting attack thought to be the work of Irish nationalist militants.
11:42PM The US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee has issued a subpoena for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's full Russia investigation report.
9:38PM Protesters demanding crackdowns on corruption and cronyism in Algeria have taken to the streets once again in city centres across the nation.
9:11PM Roman Catholic devotees have re-enacted the suffering of Jesus Christ by having themselves nailed to crosses in the Philippines.
8:47PM A feast of Easter food has been delivered to the crew aboard the International Space Station, including pork chops with gravy and lemon meringue pudding.
8:47PM The faithful have carried wooden crosses high on their shoulders and sang hymns in Jerusalem to mark one of Christianity's most solemn and sacred days.
8:22PM Australians involved in the dramatic rescue of a boys' soccer team from a cave in Thailand have been honoured by the nation in a special ceremony.
7:55PM An 87-year-old driver has driven into pedestrians in Tokyo, killing two people and injuring eight others.
7:07PM Heavy rainfall may be to blame for the collapse of a church in South Africa which has killed at least 13 people.
6:04PM Three people have been killed in the US South as a second wave of tornadoes and thunderstorms has ripped through the area.
5:58PM A female journalist has died in a shooting in Northern Ireland in Londonderry, which police are treating as a terrorist incident.
4:56PM The head of the Malian government has not given a reason for the resignations of prime minister Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga and his entire government.
1:01PM US alpinist Jess Roskelley and two fellow climbers are missing, presumed dead, after an avalanche in the Banff National Park in Canada.
10:33AM In 2017 Donald Trump tried to have Special Counsel Robert Mueller ousted from the Russia probe, Mueller's report has revealed.
10:25AM Stories from around the world overnight.
10:25AM Roscoe Holyoake was arrested by concerned citizens who saw him allegedly pick up a two-year-old boy on a San Francisco street.
10:25AM A federal US judge has given Elon Musk and the US Securities and Exchange Commission one more week to settle a dispute over Musk's Twitter use.
10:25AM The United States has cleared its position on the new military council's hold on Sudan, with the State Department asking it to step aside.
7:00AM Officer Matthew Harrity says he had a "weird feeling" and heard a thump on his police vehicle before partner Mohamed Noor opened fire on Justine Damond.
6:02AM US President Donald Trump said the appointment of a special counsel to take over the Russian interference probe was the worst thing that ever happened to him.
6:02AM American rapper Kodak Black has been released on bail after he was arrested at the Canadian border on drug and weapons charges.
6:02AM Robert Mueller's report devotes 14 pages to former Trump adviser George Papadopoulos, who had an infamous London bar meeting with Alexander Downer.
1:34AM US Special Counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence anyone associated with the Trump campaign conspired with the Russian government, the attorney general says.
10:00PM Russian leader Vladimir Putin has invited North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to the Kremlin for Kim's first official visit to Russia.
10:00PM Facebook has cracked down on far-right hate groups in the United Kingdom, banning several sites and also posts which offer praise for them.
8:54PM A 92-year-old German man, who was 17 when he joined Adolf Hitler's notorious SS, has been charged as an accessory to the murder of over 5000 people.
5:21PM North Korea's foreign ministry is calling for someone who "is more careful and mature" about nuclear issues than US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
4:21PM Media advocacy group Reporters Without Borders has released a report that says journalistic freedom around the globe has regressed.
4:21PM Armed soldiers and police in riot gear have patrolled the streets in Kashmir as the second of seven phases of voting in the Indian elections begins.
4:21PM A magnitude 6.1 earthquake has struck Taiwan's coastal city of Hualien, at a depth of 18 kilometres, with no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
1:16PM Former general Prabowo Subianto is disputing the early election results in Indonesia, which show a significant lead for President Joko Widodo.
1:04PM In a US medical research project eight babies with "bubble boy disease" have been successfully treated with the help of HIV.
12:15PM The testing of a new type of tactical guided weapon has been overseen by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, state media reports say.
12:11PM US Energy Secretary Rick Perry is reportedly planning to leave the Trump administration.
12:11PM A British diver has been rescued from a flooded cave in the US after last year helping in the rescue of a youth soccer team from a flooded cave in Thailand.
11:37AM The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition will enable gamers to store digital versions of games in the cloud, as well as pre-order and pre-install upcoming games.
9:26AM Peru's former president Alan Garcia has taken his own life after police arrived at his Lima home to arrest him in connection with a corruption investigation.
8:30AM Without explanation the Trump administration has halted the practice of disclosing the current size of the US nuclear weapons stockpile.
8:30AM The British government says it is set to become the first in the world to demand age verification for people viewing pornography online.
8:18AM A tourist bus has overturned on the popular Portuguese resort island of Madeira, killing 29 people and injuring 27 others, the majority of them Germans.
7:29AM US scientists have restored circulation and cellular activity in 32 pig brains, a result that could help stroke patients but raises ethical questions.
7:29AM Young actress Mya-Lecia Naylor, who appeared on a number of BBC children's TV programs, including Millie Inbetween and Almost Never, has died aged 16.
7:29AM Time magazine has released its 100 most influential people issue, among them former US first lady Michelle Obama, singer Taylor Swift and actor Dwayne Johnson.
5:54AM A Florida teenager "infatuated" with the 1999 Columbine High School shooting has been found dead in Colorado after a huge manhunt by the FBI and police.
4:24AM Notre-Dame Cathedral's rose windows have survived the fire but they are at risk, as are the gables, because of the heavy stone statues perched on top of them.
3:29AM The Duke of Cambridge will visit terror-struck Christchurch and attend Anzac services in New Zealand next week, it has been confirmed.
2:18AM Deposed Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir is being held under tight security in solitary confinement, having been moved from his former residence.
2:18AM The teenage girl who spearheaded the worldwide school strikes over climate change has met the Pope at the Vatican.
2:18AM Climate change protesters have disrupted train services in London by climbing on to carriages and unfurling banners, upping the ante in their recent protests.
2:18AM At the same time as a Netflix documentary was released, Beyonce has released a surprise live album - and fans have reacted with enthusiasm.
2:18AM It has emerged that the woman involved in a car crash with Prince Philip's Land Rover earlier this year is facing separate motoring charges.
2:18AM Peru's former president Alan Garcia is in a critical condition after he shot himself as police arrived at his home to arrest him over a bribery investigation.
2:18AM The woman who created the TV series Fleabag has been brought in to polish the script of the latest James Bond flick, at Daniel Craig's request.
9:46PM Paris' Notre-Dame cathedral will be closed for up to six years after the devastating fire, and there will be a competition to design a new spire.
9:04PM A dust storm along with unseasonal rain has killed at least 30 people in India, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi announcing relief for the victims' families.
5:51PM Despite Germany believing the issue to have been settled in 1990, Greece is debating the issue of World War II reparations claims against Germany.
5:51PM New Palestinian prime minister Mohammad Shtayyeh has predicted that the international community will reject Donald Trump's expected peace plan.
5:51PM Hundreds of villagers have been evacuated in Pakistan after widespread flooding killed at least 50 people as the nation struggles to deal with global warming.
5:51PM Taiwan's richest person Terry Gou, chairman of Apple supplier Foxconn, has thrown his hat into the ring in a bid to become Taiwan's next president.
12:05PM A woman suspected of making threats against Columbine High School is being sought by the FBI, just days before the 20th anniversary of a mass shooting.
11:38AM Protests being organised against the government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega could reignite civil unrest.
11:10AM Ecuador's president says Julian Assange hosted hackers at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to propagate information important to him and his financiers.
11:09AM New Zealand's national security threat level has been lowered from high to medium for the first time since the Christchurch mosque attacks.
10:57AM Experts are warning that even moderate amounts of ham, bacon and and red meat are linked to bowel cancer.
10:41AM Global warming is heating up the planet according to satellite measurements of the Earth's "skin temperature".
10:41AM President Donald Trump has vetoed a measure to end US involvement in the Yemen war.
10:41AM The capsize of a ferry on Lake Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo has left 150 people missing, feared dead.
9:29AM Indonesians are going to the polls to pick a new president with incumbent Joko Widodo reported to have a double-digit lead over his rival Prabowo Subianto.
5:45AM As President Emmanuel Macron vowed to rebuild Notre-Dame within five years, millions of euors were being pledged to restore the gothic cathedral.
5:45AM Some of Notre Dame's treasure trove of priceless artifacts were lost in the huge blaze but others were saved before fire consumed the roof and spire.
4:31AM Firefighters and city hall workers formed a human chain to save Notre-Dame Cathedral's priceless relics but up to 10 per cent of them may have been destroyed.
3:02AM Members of an oil rig crew working over 200 kilometres off the coast of Thailand were stunned to see a dog swimming nearby and plucked it from the sea.
3:02AM WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been awarded the 2019 GUE/NGL Award for journalists and whistleblowers, which is sponsored by European parliamentarians.
11:40PM After the US designation of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, the country's politicians have backed a bill labelling US forces in Mideast as terrorists.
11:40PM Indonesian election officials have found 'legal ballot papers that allegedly were marked by non-legitimate voters at two locations'.
11:40PM Spanish police have determined that a bomb threat called in to the Australian embassy in Madrid was found to be false.
11:40PM Surviving Notre-Dame artworks, including relics such as the Christ's crown of thorns and Saint-Louis' 13th century tunic, will be moved to the nearby Louvre.
11:40PM Sixty-five of the 120 elected members of the next Israeli parliament have recommended Benjamin Netanyahu as the prime minister.
9:28PM At least 11 people have been killed in Pakistan when a van rammed into a truck, leaving ten others injured.
8:56PM US Democrat politicians, investigating whether foreign states have tried to influence US policy, have requested documents from Germany's Deutsche Bank.
12:56PM President Tsai Ing-wen says Taiwan is not intimidated, a day after China's warships, bombers and aircraft conducted military drills around her country.
12:11PM Fundraising efforts have immediately begun in France and overseas towards efforts to rebuild the fire-ravaged Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris.
11:56AM Households in Germany have lifted their holdings of gold, meaning, along with the central bank, the country now holds 6.5 per cent of worldwide gold reserves.
10:56AM Canadian police have taken a 60-year-old man in custody after four targeted shootings in British Columbia.