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Bangladesh police storm restaurant

Bangladesh police storm restaurant

Gunfighting at a besieged restaurant in the Bangladeshi capital has ended and commandos have rescued between eight and 10 hostages, a police official says.

Clinton's lead over Trump narrows

Clinton's lead over Trump narrows

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's lead over Republican Donald Trump has dipped into the single digits among likely US voters for the first time in nearly two weeks, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.

Jupiter's crown of light (+ video)

Jupiter's crown of light (+ video)

Jupiter, the king of planets, appears to be wearing a crown of blazing light in a stunning new image from the Hubble Space Telescope. 

Police captain's son linked to terror plot

Police captain's son linked to terror plot The son of a Boston police captain has been indicted on charges in connection with an alleged plot inspired by Islamic State to detonate nail bombs in crowded public places, prosecutors say.

US House reignites gun-control debate

US House reignites gun-control debate

The Republican-controlled US House of Representatives, under mounting pressure to advance gun-control legislation, will vote next week on a measure to keep guns out of the hands of people on government terrorism watch lists.

Trump raises questions about Clinton meeting

Trump raises questions about Clinton meeting

Republican Donald Trump has accused Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch of showing bad judgment by meeting at a time when the former president's wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary, is under federal investigation.

Boris Johnson: 'I will not run for PM'

Boris Johnson: 'I will not run for PM'

Former London mayor Boris Johnson has abruptly pulled out of the race to become Britain's prime minister that he was once favoured to win, upending the contest less than a week after he led a campaign to take the country out of the EU.

Greenpeace urged to stop opposing GM crops

Greenpeace urged to stop opposing GM crops

More than 100 Nobel laureates have called on international environmental group Greenpeace to end its opposition to genetically modified crops, saying there is a scientific consensus they are safe and can benefit society.

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