Gunmen shoot dead 13 at Mexico bar

广东时时彩11选五 Thirteen people have been killed after a gunman opened fire in a bar in the Mexican Gulf coast state of Veracruz.

Michelle Williams splits with new husband

Actor Michelle Williams and her husband Phil Elverum have separated, after less than a year of marriage.

US says Huawei funded by China spy agency

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.

Famed US ghost hunter dead at 92

Paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren, made famous in The Conjuring movies, has died at aged 92.

Mueller report poses dilemma for Democrats

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.

Court again rejects new trial for Syed

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.

Egyptians vote on extending el-Sisi's rule

Egyptians are set to begin voting in a three-day referendum on whether to extend President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi's term in office.

Trump blasts ex-advisers on Mueller probe

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.

Protests after teenager's brutal killing

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.

Beyonce's Netflix deal worth $83 million

Netflix is paying Beyonce $A83 million for a three-project special, the first of which, a behind-the-scenes documentary, is already airing.

Adele and her husband have separated

Adele and her husband Simon Konecki have separated, but are "committed to raising their son together lovingly".

Polanski sues film academy over expulsion

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.

Warren calls for Trump's impeachment

Elizabeth Warren has become the first of the US Democrats running for president to call for the impeachment of Donald Trump.

Biden to launch 2020 campaign next week

Joe Biden, the former US vice president, will announce his run for president next week, three sources say.

Crowds mourn former Peru president Garcia

Supporters of former Peruvian president Alan Garcia have farewelled the politician, with some saying he had been hounded to his death over corruption charges.

No land transfer in Mideast plan: envoy

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.

Journalist shot dead in Nthn Ireland riots

A journalist has been killed during rioting in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, in a shooting attack thought to be the work of Irish nationalist militants.

Democrats subpoena full Mueller report

The US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee has issued a subpoena for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's full Russia investigation report.

Protesters return again to Algeria streets

Protesters demanding crackdowns on corruption and cronyism in Algeria have taken to the streets once again in city centres across the nation.

Devotees nailed to crosses in Philippines

Roman Catholic devotees have re-enacted the suffering of Jesus Christ by having themselves nailed to crosses in the Philippines.

Easter feast delivered to Space Station

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.

Christian pilgrims march through Jerusalem

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.

Thailand honours Australian cave rescuers

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.

Car smashes into Tokyo pedestrians, 2 dead

An 87-year-old driver has driven into pedestrians in Tokyo, killing two people and injuring eight others.

Thirteen dead in SAfrica church collapse

Heavy rainfall may be to blame for the collapse of a church in South Africa which has killed at least 13 people.

Three killed in new wave of US storms

Three people have been killed in the US South as a second wave of tornadoes and thunderstorms has ripped through the area.

Journalist shot dead in Nthn Ireland riots

A female journalist has died in a shooting in Northern Ireland in Londonderry, which police are treating as a terrorist incident.

PM and entire government of Mali resign

The head of the Malian government has not given a reason for the resignations of prime minister Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga and his entire government.

Trio presumed dead after Banff avalanche

US alpinist Jess Roskelley and two fellow climbers are missing, presumed dead, after an avalanche in the Banff National Park in Canada.

Trump bid to choke off Russia probe

In 2017 Donald Trump tried to have Special Counsel Robert Mueller ousted from the Russia probe, Mueller's report has revealed.

News from around the world

Stories from around the world overnight.

Aust DJ pleads not guilty to kidnapping

Roscoe Holyoake was arrested by concerned citizens who saw him allegedly pick up a two-year-old boy on a San Francisco street.

Musk, SEC get more time to work out deal

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.

US urges Sudan's military to step aside

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.

Officer heard 'thump' before Damond shot

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.

Trump thought Mueller would end presidency

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.

Kodak Black arrested at Canadian border

American rapper Kodak Black has been released on bail after he was arrested at the Canadian border on drug and weapons charges.

Mueller points to Aust role in Trump probe

Robert Mueller's report devotes 14 pages to former Trump adviser George Papadopoulos, who had an infamous London bar meeting with Alexander Downer.

'No evidence' Trump conspired with Russia

US Special Counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence anyone associated with the Trump campaign conspired with the Russian government, the attorney general says.

Kim Jong-un to visit Putin in Russia

Russian leader Vladimir Putin has invited North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to the Kremlin for Kim's first official visit to Russia.

Facebook bans UK far-right hate groups

Facebook has cracked down on far-right hate groups in the United Kingdom, banning several sites and also posts which offer praise for them.

Murder accessory charge for Nazi guard, 92

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.

NKorea rejects Pompeo from nuclear talks

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.

Global press freedom under threat: report

Media advocacy group Reporters Without Borders has released a report that says journalistic freedom around the globe has regressed.

Second phase of voting begins in India

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.

Magnitude 6.1 quake hits east Taiwan

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.

Widodo set for Indonesia election victory

Former general Prabowo Subianto is disputing the early election results in Indonesia, which show a significant lead for President Joko Widodo.

HIV helps fix 'bubble boy' disease

In a US medical research project eight babies with "bubble boy disease" have been successfully treated with the help of HIV.

Kim Jong-un oversees test of new weapon

The testing of a new type of tactical guided weapon has been overseen by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, state media reports say.

US Energy Secretary Perry tipped to resign

US Energy Secretary Rick Perry is reportedly planning to leave the Trump administration.

UK diver rescued from US cave

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.

Microsoft announces first 'disc-free' Xbox

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.

Peru's ex-president Garcia takes own life

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.

US halts nuclear weapons tally disclosure

Without explanation the Trump administration has halted the practice of disclosing the current size of the US nuclear weapons stockpile.

UK to check porn viewers' age

The British government says it is set to become the first in the world to demand age verification for people viewing pornography online.

At least 29 killed in Madeira bus accident

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.

Scientists bring dead pig brains to life

US scientists have restored circulation and cellular activity in 32 pig brains, a result that could help stroke patients but raises ethical questions.

BBC children's star Mya-Lecia Naylor dies

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.

Time lists 100 most influential people

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.

Columbine shooting-obsessed teenager dead

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.

Worries over Notre-Dame's fragile walls

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.

Prince William to visit Christchurch

The Duke of Cambridge will visit terror-struck Christchurch and attend Anzac services in New Zealand next week, it has been confirmed.

Toppled Sudanese president moved to prison

Deposed Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir is being held under tight security in solitary confinement, having been moved from his former residence.

Swede teen climate activist meets the Pope

The teenage girl who spearheaded the worldwide school strikes over climate change has met the Pope at the Vatican.

Climate protesters disrupt London trains

Climate change protesters have disrupted train services in London by climbing on to carriages and unfurling banners, upping the ante in their recent protests.

Beyonce drops surprise live album

At the same time as a Netflix documentary was released, Beyonce has released a surprise live album - and fans have reacted with enthusiasm.

Prince Philip crash woman on other charges

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.

Peru's ex-president shoots self at arrest

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.

Fleabag star to polish Bond movie script

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.

Notre-Dame to close for up to six years

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.

India dust storm, rain kills at least 30

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.

Greece debates WWII claims against Germany

Despite Germany believing the issue to have been settled in 1990, Greece is debating the issue of World War II reparations claims against Germany.

Palestine PM accuses US of 'financial war'

New Palestinian prime minister Mohammad Shtayyeh has predicted that the international community will reject Donald Trump's expected peace plan.

Massive Pakistan floods kill at least 50

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.

Foxconn's Gou to run for Taiwan president

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.

FBI hunts woman over Columbine threat

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.

Prisoners released in Nicaragua

Protests being organised against the government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega could reignite civil unrest.

Assange ran hacking from embassy: Moreno

Ecuador's president says Julian Assange hosted hackers at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to propagate information important to him and his financiers.

New Zealand national threat level lowered

New Zealand's national security threat level has been lowered from high to medium for the first time since the Christchurch mosque attacks.

Bacon, ham, red meat link to bowel cancer

Experts are warning that even moderate amounts of ham, bacon and and red meat are linked to bowel cancer.

Earth skin test confirms global warming

Global warming is heating up the planet according to satellite measurements of the Earth's "skin temperature".

Trump refuses to end support for Yemen war

President Donald Trump has vetoed a measure to end US involvement in the Yemen war.

Congo ferry capsize leaves 150 missing

The capsize of a ferry on Lake Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo has left 150 people missing, feared dead.

Voting underway in Indonesia

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.

Millions pledged to rebuild Notre-Dame

As President Emmanuel Macron vowed to rebuild Notre-Dame within five years, millions of euors were being pledged to restore the gothic cathedral.

What treasures were saved in Notre Dame

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.

Notre-Dame art, relics saved from blaze

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.

Dog rescued swimming 220km off Thailand

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.

Julian Assange wins EU journalism award

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been awarded the 2019 GUE/NGL Award for journalists and whistleblowers, which is sponsored by European parliamentarians.

Iran labels US army in Mid East terrorists

After the US designation of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, the country's politicians have backed a bill labelling US forces in Mideast as terrorists.

Indon vote postal ballots 'tampered with'

Indonesian election officials have found 'legal ballot papers that allegedly were marked by non-legitimate voters at two locations'.

Madrid Aust embassy bomb threat 'false'

Spanish police have determined that a bomb threat called in to the Australian embassy in Madrid was found to be false.

Notre-Dame artworks transferred to Louvre

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.

Netanyahu secures support to form govt

Sixty-five of the 120 elected members of the next Israeli parliament have recommended Benjamin Netanyahu as the prime minister.

Pakistan road accident kills at least 11

At least 11 people have been killed in Pakistan when a van rammed into a truck, leaving ten others injured.

Dems request Trump docs from Deutsche Bank

US Democrat politicians, investigating whether foreign states have tried to influence US policy, have requested documents from Germany's Deutsche Bank.

Taiwan says not awed by China drills

President Tsai Ing-wen says Taiwan is not intimidated, a day after China's warships, bombers and aircraft conducted military drills around her country.

Fundraising efforts begin for Notre-Dame

Fundraising efforts have immediately begun in France and overseas towards efforts to rebuild the fire-ravaged Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris.

Germans holding record amounts of gold

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.

Four dead after shooting in Canada

Canadian police have taken a 60-year-old man in custody after four targeted shootings in British Columbia.

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