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He was India’s response to Europe’s fabled jewellery maisons, his creations worn on red carpets globally. But Nirav Modi's downfall has been just as swift.
As police searched for the suspects, it seemed the lime-green bird knew exactly what to do.
Three years ago, however, the 39-year-old Ugandan was abandoned by her husband, leaving her to support their surviving 38 children alone.
Prince William is meeting about 160 survivors of the mosque attacks in Christchurch on Friday morning, on his second day in the country.
The former prime minster told a New York audience there was "no doubt Western nations have been out-competed" in the 5G race.
Mohamed Noor refused to talk to investigators after the July 2017 shooting of Justine Damond. His testimony was his first public statement since her death.
The Duke of Sussex made a surprise appearance alongside the Duchess of Cambridge to commemorate Anzac Day at a thanksgiving service at Westminster Abbey.
US President Donald Trump is flatly refusing to cooperate in numerous US congressional probes of himself and his administration. What are they?
It is an extreme position even measured against the reluctance of past administrations to produce potentially damaging witnesses and evidence.
A US envoy sent to retrieve the comatose American student signed an agreement to pay the medical bill on instructions passed down from President Donald Trump.
The UK has advised citizens to avoid Sri Lanka as police officials warned that two would-be suicide bombers were on the loose and more attacks were possibly imminent.
Martin Hajos, 75, fell between two cassowary pens on his Florida property on April 12 and was attacked through the fence by at least one of the birds.
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The plan to build a restaurant and nightclub on the 2002 Bali bombing site has drawn strong criticism from Australia's Prime Minister.
Trump allies have privately warned that Biden might be the biggest re-election threat given his potential appeal among the white working class in the region that gave Trump a path to the presidency.
An Australian woman who suffered horrific injuries in the Sri Lankan terror attacks on Easter Sunday is now "out of danger" and is expected to be moved out of intensive care on Thursday evening, her father says.
More than 160 million children missed out on vaccines across the world in the past eight years, with the virus now causing disease outbreaks globally.
Putin has a track record of making world leaders wait for him, but the Russian leader arrived at the venue about half an hour early.
In 1949, a Communist army was threatening to overwhelm Shanghai. The city was a tinderbox of tension, a single spark could cause an explosion of unprecedented proportions.
Survivors of the 2002 Bali bombing have expressed their shock at a proposal to build a five-storey restaurant on the site destroyed in the terror attack.
More than 3600 jailed migrants have been trapped in Tripoli since forces from the east of the country started an advance to capture it.
NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and French President Emmanuel Macron are seeking a pact to block extreme content online.
Armed with joysticks, Ecuadorian police control the cameras and scan the streets for drug deals, muggings and killings. If they spy something, they zoom in.
At least 60 people are dead after torrential rains swept through Durban, with informal settlements being some of the worst hit areas.
The Sri Lankan case is different because it imports foreign ideology even to the extent of picking a target that makes no local sense at all.
John William King received a lethal injection for killing James Byrd jnr, who was chained to the back of a truck and dragged along a secluded road for five kilometres.
At an altitude of 38,000 feet, and with an hour and 15 minutes to go before arrival at Hong Kong, the captain announced he was not well.
But Prime Minister Scott Morrison says there is no clear link between the arrest a potential plot to disrupt Anzac Day services. It's rather "a very big assumption".
Poroshenko called on the international community to prevent "the worst scenario" and tighten sanctions on Russia over the move.
One of the ringleaders of the Sri Lankan bomb attacks was the son of a spice tycoon who was "brainwashed" by his radical younger brother.
What our country needs now is clear-eyed patriotism, not reflexive partisanship.
Prince William has paid tribute to Australian and New Zealand soldiers at an Anzac Day service as he prepares to visit the survivors of the Christchurch mosque attacks.
A use-of-force expert testified that Mohamed Noor's actions were "excessive, objectionable, unreasonable and extremely dangerous".
Australia is at risk from both 'hack and leak' and disinformation attacks during our federal election, top spies warn.
Kristopher Smith surrendered to the police after widespread media coverage in LA and Australia about Mallard's tragic life and death.
The US has warned Britain that allowing Huawei into its 5G rollout could jeopardise its role in the elite Five Eyes intelligence sharing club.
The notion was ridiculed by several legal experts, including Laurence Tribe, a Harvard law professor, who accused Trump of "idiocy".
Tuesday saw yet another record broken by the Trump White House: the longest run without an official news media briefing.
A car crash in 1991 left Munira Abdulla in a comatose state but her son never lost hope that she would wake up.
Empathy is rarely discussed in international relations, but it is going to be necessary to prevent future conflict between the US, its allies, and China.
A Sri Lankan minister said one of the suspects who carried out the multiple suicide bombings on Easter Sunday had studied in the UK and Australia.
Two high-profile university professors who founded the Occupy movement that brought Hong Kong to a standstill in 2014 have been jailed.
A phenomenon that is rising globally now threatens India's great success.
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John William King, who is white and an avowed racist, was put on death row for chaining James Byrd jnr to the back of a truck and dragging him for nearly five kilometres.
London's Metropolitan Police wants to look at any images and footage taken before, during or after the Easter Sunday bombings that killed an estimated 321 people.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is en route to the Russian city of Vladivostok for his first meeting with Vladimir Putin.
I’ve been thinking about that photo extra-hard this week after I saw a similar one in the newspaper after the Sri Lanka bombings.
Netanyahu, who ended up winning another term, says he wants to repay the US president: by naming a new settlement there after him.