William seeks ‘new Taj Mahal memories’

By BBC Prince William and Catherine will tour the mausoleum in Agra, where officials say they hope to create "new memories". William's mother Diana, Princess of Wales, was pictured sitting alone in front of the monument...

Rescue efforts after second Japan quake

By BBC Rescue efforts are under way in south-western Japan to help victims of a powerful earthquake that hit the region a day after an earlier deadly tremor. Some 20,000 troops are being deployed in the...

Pope arrives for Greek migrant camp visit

By BBC Pope Francis has arrived on the Greek island of Lesbos to show support for refugees trying to reach Europe. The Pope is being met by Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew. They will visit a camp for...

Prosecutor will not pursue charges against Trump manager

By Beth Nyaga A Florida prosecutor has decided not to pursue criminal charges against Donald Trump's campaign manager after he was accused of tussling with a reporter. Corey Lewandowski had been charged with simple battery after...

China’s economy slows to 6.7% in first quarter

By Beth Nyaga China's economy grew at an annual rate of 6.7% in the first quarter of the year, says the government. It is the slowest quarterly growth in the Chinese economy in seven years, but in...

India may relocate tigers to grow global population

By Beth Nyaga Tigers from India could be relocated to Cambodia as part of a plan to increase the animal's global population. The decision to relocate tigers was agreed to in principle at a ministerial meeting...

Deadly earthquake hits southern Japan

By BBC News At least nine people have died and more than 250 are injured after a powerful earthquake hit southern Japan, toppling buildings and cutting power supplies. Officials say more people could be trapped under...

Five EU nations launch tax crackdown

By BBC News  The five largest economies in the European Union have agreed to share information on secret owners of businesses and trusts. It is a concerted attempt to show their leaders are responding to public...

Paris suspect ‘studied nuclear site’

By BBC Documents about Germany's Juelich nuclear research centre were found at Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam's Brussels flat, reports say. The suspect, captured four days before the Brussels bombings, had internet print-outs and photos of...

S Korea ruling party leader offers resignation

By BBC South Korea's ruling party leader has offered to resign after the party lost its majority in elections on Wednesday. With most of the votes counted, the centre-right Saenuri party took just 122 seats in...
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