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Singapore bids Lee Kuan Yew farewell

Singapore is preparing to bid farewell to its founding father Lee Kuan Yew, with a funeral procession followed by a state funeral attended by world leaders.

Nigeria voting extended to Sunday

Elections in Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation, are extended to Sunday in some parts of the country after delays and a number of attacks.

Alps co-pilot 'predicted notoriety'

The co-pilot of the Germanwings Airbus which crashed in the French Alps predicted "one day everyone will know my name", his ex-girlfriend says.

Guinea declares Ebola 'emergency'

Guinean President Alpha Conde has declared a 45-day "health emergency" in five regions in the west and southwest of the Ebola-hit nation.

Jihadists in Syria 'capture Idlib'

Islamist militants capture the north-western Syrian city of Idlib for the first time, monitoring groups and jihadists say.

Yemen leader accuses 'Iran stooges'

Yemen's president accuses Iran of destabilising his country, as Saudi Arabia vows to continue air strikes until Yemen is "stable and safe".

Woman injured in Tunisia attack dies

A Frenchwoman wounded in the attack on Tunisia's national museum dies of her injuries, bringing the total number killed to 22.

Iran nuclear talks 'enter endgame'

Talks aimed at restricting Iran's nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief enter their final days, ahead of an end of March deadline.

Rescued Chilean miner loses home

A Chilean miner who was trapped underground for 69 days in 2010 has lost his home in flash floods in the Atacama desert region.

Spectator killed at Nurburgring race

A spectator is killed in a crash involving British driver Jann Mardenborough during an endurance race at the Nurburgring.

Huge anime event takes over Tokyo

Organisers say half a million people are expected to attend the event for anime and Japanese comic lovers

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Knox and Sollecito cleared of murder

Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito are acquitted by Italy's top appeals court of murdering British student Meredith Kercher in 2007 - the final ruling in the case.

Apple boss 'to donate $800m fortune'

Apple CEO Tim Cook says he will give away most of his $800m (£537m) fortune to good causes before he dies.

Brazil's economy grew 0.1% in 2014

Brazil, the world's seventh largest economy, narrowly avoided contracting in 2014 with a growth rate of just 0.1% for the year.

Argentine president's case dismissed

A court of appeals in Argentina has upheld a decision to throw out controversial allegations against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.

Kenya ministers suspended over graft

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta suspends four ministers and 12 other high-ranking officials after they were implicated in corrupt deals.

Somalia ends al-Shabab hotel siege

At least 14 are killed as Somali special forces end the siege of a Mogadishu hotel by the Islamist militant group al-Shabab

Sri Lanka president's brother killed

The youngest brother of Sri Lankan president Maithripala Sirisena dies after being attacked with an axe.

Czech tourists freed in Pakistan

Two Czech women tourists kidnapped two years ago in Pakistan have been released and have returned home, the Czech PM says.

Europol chief warns on encryption

A European police chief says encrypted online communications are the biggest problem faced by security agencies tackling terrorism.

Russia keeper Akinfeev hit by flare

Russia goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev is struck by a flare as their Euro 2016 qualifier with Montenegro is abandoned.

Israel to resume tax transfers to PA

Israel is to stop withholding tax revenues collected on behalf of the Palestinian Authority, a move that has crippled the Palestinian economy.

Shia militia 'in Tikrit pullback'

A US general says Iranian-backed Shia militia in Iraq are no longer leading the battle to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State.

Death threats against BBC boss probed

Police investigate alleged death threats against BBC director general Tony Hall, reportedly made after Jeremy Clarkson was dropped from Top Gear.

Meningitis B vaccine deal agreed

An agreement is reached with the drug manufacturer GSK to provide a vaccine for meningitis B for all babies in the UK, the health secretary says.

Apple boss criticises 'anti-gay' law

Tim Cook criticises a 'religious freedom law' in the US state of Indiana, which it is argued could allow companies to discriminate against gay and lesbian customers.

Silicon Valley firm wins bias case

A California jury has found that a venture capital firm did not discriminate against a female employee in a closely watched case in Silicon Valley.

Japan economy at brink of deflation

Annual core consumer inflation in Japan, the world's third-largest economy, stopped rising for the first time in nearly two years in February.

We can be best since 1958 - Coleman

Chris Coleman tells his players to prove they are the best Wales team since 1958 by qualifying for Euro 2016.


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