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At least seven killed in gas explosion in Bangladesh
At least seven people have been killed after a gas pipeline exploded in the Bangladeshi port city of Chittagong.
Eight dead in Bolivia protests calling for return of ex-president
At least eight people have been killed in violent clashes in Bolivia after security forces opened fire on supporters of the former president.
Australia bushfires: Meet the koalas lucky to be alive after devastating blazes
Over the edge of a little knitted pouch, two bright eyes peer out.
Chinese troops make rare outing on streets of Hong Kong - with brooms not rifles
Chinese troops left their Hong Kong barracks on Saturday for a rare public appearance to help clean up the streets after further anti-government protests.
Kanye West performs songs from Jesus Is King for tearful prison inmates
Never mind dancing to the jailhouse rock, Kanye West moved some inmates to tears during a surprise show at a prison in Texas.
Venice floods: St Mark's Square re-opens a day after being submerged - but city still on high alert
St Mark's Square began welcoming back tourists on Saturday, a day after exceptionally high tidal waters forced its closure.
At least 18 killed in car bomb in Syria near Turkish border
At least 18 people have been killed in a car bomb in Syria near the Turkish border, according to Turkish Defence Ministry.
Sri Lanka election: Muslim voters attacked as polls open in shadow of Easter bombings
Buses carrying voters in Sri Lanka have been attacked as fears over security continue following a terror attack whick killed 269 people earlier this year.
Russian warplanes were behind airstrikes that killed 44 in Syrian school district, first-hand testimony suggests
First-hand testimony gathered by Sky News suggests Russian warplanes were behind airstrikes which killed 44 in a Syrian district filled with schools.
Syria: Sky News footage almost certainly shows Russia committed war crime, says lawyer
Footage of first-hand testimony suggesting Russian warplanes carried out airstrikes that killed dozens of people in Syria would mean Moscow almost certainly committed a war crime, a lawyer has told Sky News.