Indiana Governor signs needle exchange program
Indiana Governor Mike Pence dropped his former opposition to needle exchange programs and on Tuesday signed legislation...
New Zealand begins process to consider changing nati...
The current New Zealand flag is partially based on the United Kingdom's flag; the new one would be unique to New Zealan...

File photo, Duchess of Cambridge, 2012. (Image: Carfax2.)Royal Birth: Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to bab...
The announcement also said Catherine and the baby are "doing well." The daughter of the royal couple was said to weigh 8lbs 3oz. Earlier in the day Catherine was admitted in labour into the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital in London. Kensington Palace released a statement that the Duchess went to the hospital by car and was admitted into Saint Mary's at 6am ...

 ()Two Australians executed in Indonesia over 2005 drug...
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 ()Holocaust survivor publicly forgives 93-year-old Aus...
On Friday, Eva Mozes Kor, a 81-year-old Auschwitz concentration camp survivor, publicly forgave and embraced 93-year-old former SS guard Oskar Gröning, who is currently on trial in Germany as accessory to 300,000 murders of Jews at Auschwitz. Kor, who was among many Jews medically experimented on at Auschwitz, has thanked Mr Gröning for answering to the crime...

 ()UN publishes report on 2014 Gaza conflict
On Monday the UN published a summary of its report regarding the inquiry into incidents that had taken place last summer during the conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon announced in November 2014 an inquiry would be made into ten incidents that took place in schools operated by UNRWA, the United Nations Relief ...

From file, Gallipoli dawn service 2009. (Image: Gnangarra.)Over 10,000 attend Gallipoli dawn service for ANZAC ...
A crowd of over 10,000 people attended the dawn service on Saturday at Gallipoli, Turkey for the 100th anniversary of the landing of Australian and New Zealand troops there in 1915. The solemn remembrance ceremony was held at the site of the original Gallipoli landings, now known as Anzac Cove. The Gallipoli Campaign of the First World War is remembered as ...

Satellite image of Calbuco ash plume on Thursday. (Image: NOAA/NASA.)Volcano erupts in southern Chile
The Calbuco volcano in Southern Chile erupted twice on Wednesday. It was the first major eruption of the volcano in over fifty years. The Chilean National Geology and Mining Service said the second eruption was more powerful than the first. By reports, the first eruption caused some regional panic. Emergency officials had very little time to alert local resid...

 ()Power outage at Fukushima poses radioactive risk
A power outage at Japan's Fukushima 1 nuclear plant on Tuesday has seen eight water transfer pumps shut down, hindering efforts to collect leaked radioactive water before it can reach the sea. Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), which runs the plant, said the affected pumps pull radioactive water out of a drainage channel, sending it through another chann...

 ()Three people die in New South Wales storms
In New South Wales (NSW), Australia, two men and a woman died yesterday after search-and-rescue operations failed to rescue them from floods in Dungog, roughly 200 km (125 miles) north of the state's capital, Sydney. Storms hit communites along the east coast of Australia including Newcastle, the Hunter Region, the Central Coast, the Illawarra region, and Syd...

 ()Student kills teacher in Barcelona
A student killed a school teacher at the Instituto Joan Fuster in Barcelona, Spain on Monday. Reports indicate the student was thirteen years old; police said he was under fourteen. The student reportedly had a crossbow and knife; however police have not yet confirmed the cause of death. Two other teachers and two students received non-life-threatening injuri...

 ()ISIS attacks United States consulate in Irbil, Iraq
On Friday a car bomb, claimed by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), killed by varying reports at least three people and injured at least five others, possibly including a US national, outside of the United States Consulate in Irbil, Iraq. According to the US Department of State there were no injuries to consulate personnel. The logo of the Combined J...

 ()Gyrocopter lands on US Capitol's west lawn
Douglas Mark Hughes, a mailman for the United States Postal Service, landed his gyrocopter on the west lawn of the US Capitol on Wednesday. He told his friends he was going to do this. File photo of a gyrocopter. The mailman was flying his aircraft into restricted airspace when he landed on the lawn. He was immediately arrested. His stated intention was...

File image of a stethoscope. (Image: Sprinno.)Mississippi medical board allows embattled physician...
On Wednesday, the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure chose to let Doctor Carroll Frazier Landrum keep his physician's license, following an investigation sparked by an anonymous complaint. Media reported the Mississippi doctor has been working out of his Toyota Camry for about two years, making house calls to see patients. The investigation, started...

Australian charged with murder of two after 24 years
Robert Penny, 83, yesterday was charged with the murder of his wife Margaret Penny and hairdresser Claire Acocks, twenty four years after their deaths at the Old London Coiffure hair salon in Portland, Victoria in Australia. Mr Penny was charged by homicide detectives after a revived investigation found Penny had disclosed details of the women's deaths to v...

US Capitol lockdown lifted after shooting
In Washington D.C., the U.S. Capitol building has reopened after shots were fired in front of it. For safety, no entry or exit was permitted from the building after a man committed suicide just before 2pm local time yesterday. The lockdown lasted until around 3:50pm while members of the bomb squad investigated the man's backpack, suitcase, and the surrounding ...

Foreigners evacuated from Yemen by India
India's Ministry of External affairs yesterday announced the end of an evacuation effort which has rescued about 5,600 people from more than 40 countries from the conflict in Yemen. To avoid a no-fly zone over parts of Yemen, India transported people via the African state of Djibouti. This was achieved using ships of the Indian Navy as transport from Aden a...

Labour leader Ed Miliband. (Image: Department of Energy.)Labour grabs poll lead in UK General Election campaign
The approval ratings of UK Labour leader Ed Miliband rose above those of his Conservative opponent, David Cameron, for the first time in this year's bitterly fought general election campaign. The poll results showed support for the Labour Party was also rising. A poll by Panelbase yesterday showed Labour six points ahead; a similar survey by Survation for the...

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev found guilty in Boston Marathon bo...
Jurors in the US federal criminal trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev found him guilty yesterday of all 30 charges for the bombing of the Boston Marathon which occurred on April 15, 2013. The bombings killed three people and injured a further 264 people. Tsarnaev was also found guilty of shooting dead Sean Collier, an MIT police officer. The jury took eleven hours acro...

Plane crash in Illinois kills seven
A Cessna 414 twin engine aircraft crashed in an Illinois field on Tuesday while returning from an Indianapolis NCAA basketball tournament. All seven people on the plane were killed. The plane took off from an airport in Indianapolis. It crashed very early Tuesday morning. According to the McLean County sheriff, rescuers found all seven people dead. Coroner ...

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