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- UK media: Prince Andrew's sex claims rebuttal a train wreckBritish royal says he was 'at home with the children' on the March 2001 night that his accuser alleges they had sex.
- UK elections: Conservatives pledge law change to protect veteransThe UK's Conservative Party is pushing for new legislation to protect soldiers from what Prime Minister Boris Johnson calls 'unfair trials'.
- Is peace coming to Yemen?Saudi Arabia has taken decisive steps to eliminate divisions among allied Yemeni forces and engage the Houthis.
- Gotabaya Rajapaksa wins Sri Lanka electionFormer defence chief ran a campaign for Saturday's vote on providing strong leadership and improving national security.
- Lifeboat: On the Front Lines of the Refugee Crisis
- HK police fire tear gas as protesters injure officer with arrow
- In Pictures: Iranians protest against increase in fuel prices
- Iran Supreme Leader Khamenei backs petrol price hike decisionAyatollah Ali Khamenei blames enemies for 'sabotage' after protesters clash with security forces.
- The New Space RaceThere is a new space race - and this one is a little different from the Cold War version.
- Sri Lanka: Rajapaksa wins presidency as Premadasa concedes
- Can local and faith leaders help halt the spread of Ebola in DRC?Local leaders are helping turn the tide on Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
- Antigua & Barbuda wants Harvard Law School to ‘make amends’ for the gains it enjoyed from slavery
- Iranian-Kurdish refugee Behrouz Boochani free at last from Australian offshore detention"I just arrived in New Zealand. So exciting to get freedom after more than six years."
- The November 12 clashes at the Chinese University of Hong Kong: An eyewitness view
- Malaysian writer faces probe after publishing a book about her decision to not wear a hijab
- Your guide to the 2019 Sri Lankan presidential election
- University of the Philippines unveils new subject on the Marcos dictatorship to counter historical revisionism
- Hong Kong's university campuses turned into battlefields amidst a three-day strike
- ‘Brazil might not be a dictatorship, but it's not a democracy either,’ says Brazilian journalistMário Magalhães wrote a book about 2018, the year that changed Brazil forever.
- No major problems with fake news in Croatia, says news anchor
- In Mozambique, Frelimo's landslide electoral victory rejected by opposition
- Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong responds to Thai Army Chief
- UN to Iran: End human rights violations against Baha’is
- At BIC, bicentenary celebrations explore peace, oneness of humanity
- “The hand of the community crafted the outcome”: Baha’i House of Worship receives prestigious international prize
- 72 hours, one worldFor 72 hours the whole earth was illuminated by the power of unity.
- Celebrations have now encircled the globe
- President of Israel visits World Centre to honor bicentenary amid wave of commemorations in Haifa and across the globe
- Worldwide celebrations begin, live updates on bicentenary site The highly anticipated bicentenary celebrations have begun with sunset in Kiribati.
- For bicentenary, Shrine of the Bab opens to thousands of visitors, community leaders
- Anticipation mounts: A guide for 72 hours of bicentenary coverage