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Cyberattacks ‘main risk’ to US economy, says official
Federal Reserve chair says concern is shared by multiple governments, private businesses.
Close race in Samoa election a victory for women
Fiame Naomi Mataafa’s party on cusp of toppling incumbent with 22 years in office.
Probe ordered after US police pepper-spray black soldier
Lieutenant Caron Nazario pulled over by officers in December for not having permanent licence plates on his new SUV.
Venezuela to produce Cuban Covid-19 vaccine
Country will also conduct phase 3 trials for jab, says Maduro.
Matsuyama wins historic Masters title
Japanese golfer holds off Xander Schauffele in dramatic fashion for a one-stroke victory.
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Microsoft in talks to buy Nuance Communications
Firm specialises in artificial intelligence, media reports say.
Trump sharply insults top Republican in speech to donors
Mitch McConnell, wife subject of former president’s tirade.
Rio red-faced over vaccine campaign gaffe
Health worker in ad smiles beneath a mask whose metal clip – meant to fit over the nose – can be seen beneath his chin.
7 Catholic clergy, including two French, kidnapped in Haiti
Culprits demand US$1 million ransom for the group.
4 people dead in migrant boat near Canary Islands
19 others, including three in critical condition, hospitalised.
Egypt train driver ‘not at controls’ during deadly crash
Prosecutor’s allegations include drug use, neglect in latest transport catastrophe.
Myanmar youth fight internet outages with underground newsletter
Youngsters nationwide download Molotov file, print, distribute in neighbourhoods.
German conservatives mull Merkel succession
With popularity plummeting, party must choose between presumptive nominee, charismatic outsider.
Rhino population in Nepal grows in conservation boost
Wildlife department celebrates ‘exciting’ news for animal once on brink of extinction.
China's plans for Himalayan super dam stoke fears in India
The structure will span the Brahmaputra River before the waterway leaves the Himalayas and flows into India.
US defence secretary in Israel amid Iran nuclear talks
Visit comes as Washington confirms intent to stitch up deal with Tehran that Tel Aviv staunchly opposes.
Myanmar's post-coup civilian death toll climbs past 700
Protesters continue to rally in parts of the country despite heavy bloodletting in recent days.
Rescuers work to free 21 trapped in flooded China mine
Eight men have been rescued from the mine, according to preliminary reports.
Ramsey Clark, ex-US justice official and Saddam Hussein's lawyer, dies at 93
Controversial liberal figure died at home in New York City, says his niece.
China mulls mixing vaccines to improve efficacy of jabs
Top Chinese expert publicly alludes to relatively low efficacy of the country's vaccines.
Cuba’s new animal-welfare law allows cockfights, religious sacrifice
Legislation considered a victory for communist nation's civil society.
Harry but no Meghan at pared-back funeral for Prince Philip
Heir to the throne Prince Charles, 72, pays heartfelt tribute to 'dear Papa'.
Deadly storms hit southern US coast
Millions live in the storms' paths along the Gulf coast, including Florida, Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana.
UK TV viewers complain about too much Prince Philip coverage
BBC puts up online form for unhappy members of the public.